Author : Balaji B 1
Date of Publication :26th June 2021
Abstract: Learning is a very integral part of smart education system even called to be as a smart-work method of educating. The contemporary challenge is to easily integrate the e-learning education system into a smart educational environment, considered that to be in rural areas with one of the most emerging technology called Internet of things (IoT). The e-learning services rely on a software system that allows access to all the materials that are related to the education and makes them electronically available to all students/teachers on the internet using whenever they need and at wherever they are being stated. The whole system of e-learning system is a critical part of the educational process as it reflects on the usage of the complex system too. In this paper, the design and implementation of e-learning systems through ToI (Things on Internet) stereopticon is described. The proposed ToI Stereopticon for Rural E-Learning Education System is designed using off-the-shelf and open-source software engineering model, programming tools, raspberry pi circuit as hardware and database models. The system is tested to prove the new design concepts and features. The method used in the back-end and front-end design and implementation allows flexible usage and integration of the whole system by the educational institutions in rural areas.
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