Design and implementation of a secure e-learning system for the wireless networks
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CitationAL-Juboori, A. F. M. A. (2009). Design and implementation of a secure e-learning system for the wireless networks. International Conference on Mathematical Sciences, Maltepe Üniversitesi. s. 57-58.
When the World Wide Web was launched in 1991, there was a surge of interest in the possibilities of electronic learning (or e-learning). The use of theWeb as an educational medium was hailed as a harbinger of profound changes for communities, organizations and markets. By now, well over a decade later, one might expect that the concept of e-learning would be well defined and clearly differentiated from other forms of learning. Yet there is still a lack of consensus about what e- learning represents. For all the publicity it has received in recent years, e-learning remains something of an enigma, and its boundaries are far from clear. E-learning intersects numerous. In this new industry, key concepts and understandings are still emerging. Any study of the effectiveness and efficiency of e-learning therefore has to engage with multiple issues, including the role of e-learning in knowledge and learning, its contribution to competent performance, its relationship to organizational transformation and strategies for embedding e-learning into other forms of electronic interaction. E-learning refers to the use of information and communications technology (ICT) to enhance and/or support learning in tertiary education. But this covers a wide range of systems, from students using e-mail and accessing course work on line while following a course on campus to programmer offered entirely online. E-learning can be divided into several different types. In all cases, a campus based institution is offering the courses, but using e-learning tied to the Internet or other online network to a different extent. Web-supplemented courses focus on classroom-based teaching but include elements such as putting a course outline and lecture notes on line, use of e-mail and links to online resources. Web-dependent courses require students to use the Internet for key elements of the programmed such as online discussions, assessment, or online project/ collaborative work, but without significant reduction in classroom time. In this paper ,the proposed system was presented and it divided into two parts . First one is the designer ( Administrator ) part who can control on all options of the system in managing and updating all information included in the data base of the system .The second is the user part who can navigate in all environments of the system to give the required knowledge. Very important subject was selected to include it in the secure e-learning system which is (wireless networks) because it is very important topic in the computer world . The capabilities of the system are (add , delete, update, search) for data base of the system . The security was supported in the system by using the password technique. The system was designed by using Apache server , PHP, HTML, Web Page Maker , and MYSQL for data base .
SourceInternational Conference on Mathematical Sciences
- Makale Koleksiyonu 
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