Mobile Virtual Network Classroom PRESENTED BY SIDDHESH JADHAV (B8654220) SWAPNIL JAGADE (B8654221) ANIKET KARHADKAR (B8654223) BHAVIK KIRI (B8654225) PROJECT GUIDE: MR Y.R. KULKARNI
Overview Introduction What Is Virtual Network classroom ? Existing Virtual classrooms on Desktop. What Is M-Learning System ? Literature Survey IEEE Paper Overview System Architecture Technical Details Advantages Limitations Conclusion
What Is Virtual Network classroom ? Just as the term “Virtual” means a simulation of the real thing, “Virtual Classroom” is a simulated classroom via Internet. It provides a convenient communication environment for distance learners just like traditional face-to-face classroom. Allows learners to attend a class from anywhere in the world .
Existing virtual classrooms on Desktop HP Attendance List Chatting (Public & Private) Print and Save IBM Lotus Real Time Audio & Video Breakout sessions Session recording Elluminate Live Virtual Classroom Whiteboard Participant Information Polls
Mobile Virtual Network Classroom Also Known as M-Learning System. Enables to bring learners from around the world together online in highly interactive virtual classes. The M-learning system aims to provide venues for interactive and active learning. It Addresses the entire process of creating and managing teacher-learning process. M-learning Research has demonstrated that active and interactive learning techniques help learners acquire knowledge, develop critical thinking skills, solve problems in a variety of situations and think independently.
Mobile Virtual Network classroom Mobility Real Time Interactive Virtualization Digitization Individualization
Literature survey Information Gathering IEEE Papers Overview Critiques Protocol Study RTP (Real-time Transport Protocol) RTCP (Real-time Control Protocol) RTSP (Real-time Streaming Protocol) SDP (Session Description Protocol)
IEEE Papers Overview The Impact of Mobile learning on Students learning Behaviors and performance. Dynamic Resource Allocation(DRA)on Traffic Prediction for video stream. Simplified Seasonal ARIMA model(SAM) Video Gateway to support video streaming on mobile.
System Architecture layers Streaming And Encoding layer Live Recording Recording and Feedback Broadcasting & Management Server : Management Layer Broadcasting Layer Database Client Side : Android supported Mobile
System Features Uniform access to all teaching materials at one place 24 hours a day and 7 days per week. SMS Alert Real Time Audio & Video Print and Save Feature Whiteboard Polling Facility Web Links
Limitations Enhanced Technical Requirement Internet Speed(54-114Kbps) Limited Instructor assistance All Subjects can not be taught online (like Lab Works)
Conclusion Good speed and way of learning according to needs and capabilities. Focus shifted from ‘mobility of technology’ to the ‘mobility of the learner’. Activities occurring in a real classroom are synthesized onto the mobile phones and are then played back in real time. Anytime – anywhere Distance learning can be managed.