Web Assessment Management System, Using Codeigniter & MySQL
Oral Defence Date:
Wednesday, May 29, 2013 - 11:00
Professors James Wong and Dragutin Petkovic
The Web Assessment Management System is an application for managing assessment data for the Disabilities Program Recourse Center (DPRC). The main features of this application include presentation and grouping of data to enhance the department.s workflow, data abstraction based on users privileges, search ability storability apart from the editing, creation, deletion and features. This project has been developed with an objective to improve and automate workflow at the Web Accessibility division of the DPRC, replacing an existing single user database built in Microsoft Access with a multiuser system which can be accessed all departments of the San Francisco State University. This system is designed and developed using Boilerplate framework in HTML5, CSS3 for the front end and Codeigniter, a lightweight PHP framework based on Model-View-Controller (MVC) architecture at the server-side, and a standard MySQL database.
Codeigniter, web application, PHP, MySQL, DPRC, Accessibility, Model-View-Controller