A web based Learning Content Management System with a multi-user environment where teachers across multiple schools may create, store, reuse, manage and deliver digital learning content from a central repository.
The application ensures the same quality of teaching and educational content across schools makes classroom teaching easy and effective.
Client: KR Manglam world school
Project: A Learning Content Management System
The business need was to achieve standardization and high quality of teaching all the Group schools in Delhi. Key results required were:
An application which could easily be adopted by teachers.
Centralization of content and its distribution to schools.
Doing this over limited external bandwidth per school.
The platform to assist in delivery of classroom teaching.
The platform was to be designed in such a manner, to make delivery interesting.
Extensive visits and interaction took place with WCCLG Staff.
Balsamiq mockups of the solution were shared with the Client.
Poker Planning, Agile process with daily stand-ups, sprints and retrospectives were conducted.
Test Driven Development was done.
Code was shared with Client over Git and progress of work was shared over Trac.
Daily interactions were conducted with Client during stand-ups, to ensure maximum communication and quick reactions.
On completion, the team visited the Client to deploy the application and to train Client staff.
An asset library.
Lesson Plan creation.
Delivery of lesson plans in classrooms.
On the spot quizzes.
“Client business has grown many times since the implementation.”
- The customer is now expanding the application to tablets and handheld devices.
- Centralization of content was achieved ever over limited bandwidths – school servers sync with the central server once a day. Thereafter, content is easily distributed within each school over local LAN.
Spring framework 2.5 and Emberjs
Junit, Cucumber and Selenium