A Web Based Knowledge Sharing System

E.R.H., Madhusanka and Indunil, M Paba Pathirana and K.A. Dilini, T. Kulawansa and Lahiru T, Munasinghe and R.P., Madumali P. Rajapaksha and Randunu, Wanniarachchi and Roshan, Jayawardana and Supuni N, Samaranayake (2019) A Web Based Knowledge Sharing System. In: 8th International Conference on Advances in Computing, Electronics and Communication - ACEC, 12 -13 January 2019, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

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Abstract

Knowledge is a powerful acquisition in life, whichgives the ability to make good use of information on hand, enabling to disseminate it accurately and use it wisely. Sharing knowledge is more important to build collective knowledge, to retain knowledge, to increase innovation and to stay abreast of changes. Although there are, knowledge sharing systems in use, web-based knowledge sharing systems came to the topic in the middle of the 19th century. Since there is no proper, web-based knowledge sharing system still in use with all required functionalities, some creative ideas are dispersed and some good innovations are wasted without any usage. Most importantly, it was understood that, the interactivity with rural area children and the interconnection between university children is very less. Due to poor facilities, they have lost many chances to share knowledge. In order to address above said problems a web based knowledge sharing system with all functionalities was developed including three main modules named server side module, client side module and the database. Two kind of users namely students, lecturers can create groups, share files and organize events by using this system after registering. Verifying users by NIC/University email and google map to indicate exact event places are the major key features in this system. To develop the user interface, the technologies such as ASP.NET web forms, JavaScript, and HTML together with CSS have been used. Database was created using MS SQL. User details, questions,answers, subject details, files are the system inputs while confirmation email, notification email, online quiz marks, Event details and downloaded files are the outputs. User validation, upload files, handle groups, upload questions and answer are the major processes available in this system. The prepared solution has been tested with at about 60 users by assessing the features such as user friendliness, responding speed, and user interactivity, maintenance of the system and usefulness of the application. The user feedback analysis shows that, this solution works according to the user requirements and in a proper manner.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Knowledge sharing systems; Technology, Education, Database
Depositing User: Mr. John Steve
Date Deposited: 06 Mar 2019 07:35
Last Modified: 06 Mar 2019 09:10
URI: http://publications.theired.org/id/eprint/30

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