Design and implementation of an Information dissemination System

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Design and implementation of an Information dissemination System-A blog for Federal Polytechnic Nekede

BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

Information handling has gone beyond papers and is now at the discretion of the PC. Thus, this project is a conceivable effort to ameliorate the pressing need for a more web centric environment. Although its primary focus is not on web site design, yet it is inevitable. Since the emergence of the internet and its accompanying protocols, web use has intensified and so developing web applications is a promising way of reaching greater audience. Web use is not limited to the internet, but to virtually any application that can interface and communicate via web protocols. Intranet with the proposed design, staff, students and any authorized person can get all the available information from the polytechnic intranet integrated database. They can get their syllabus, academic calendars and results, register course, to mention just a few.

Project Details of Design and implementation of an Information dissemination System

  • Title page
  • Approval page
  • Dedication
  • Acknowledgment
  • Abstract
  • Table of contents
  • CHAPTER ONE
  • Introduction
  • Background of study
  • Statement of the problem
  • Objective of the study
  • Significance of the study
  • Scope and limitation of the study
  • Definition of terms
  • CHAPTER TWO
  • 2.1       Review of related literature
  • 2.2       Data and information
  • 2.3       Database model
  • 2.4       Data relation and keys
  • 2.5       Entity and integrity constraints
  • 2.6       Data normalization
  • 2.7       Local network and internet
  • CHAPTER THREE
  • 3.1       Brief description and analysis of the existing
  • 3.2       Data collection method
  • 3.3       Input process output form analysis
  • 3.4       Problems of the exist system
  • 3.5       Justification for the new system
  • 3.6       System design
  • 3.7       File design
  • 3.8       Database implementation
  • 3.8.1   Software requirement
  • 3.8.2   Hardware requirement
  • 3.9       Education and training
  • CHAPTER FOUR
  • 4.1       Implementation
  • 4.2       Program testing and debugging
  • 4.3       Changeover procedure
  • 4.4       Documentation
  • CHAPTER FIVE
  • 5.1       Recommendation
  • 5.1.1   Areas of further improvement
  • 5.2       Conclusion
    • References

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