KCC Teacher’s Behavior Inventory System

The TBI system was developed using an Visual basic 2008 and Microsoft access 2007 for database support. the system was designed to accommodate the changing and new requirements as the system evolved. Key features including the development of evaluation forms and analysis of the submitted forms for report statistics are successfully implemented. Functionalities of TBI system are designed and implemented in such a way that they are accessible only to the registered user as per their system privileges. Each user is given a specific role. Students can fill the evaluation forms and submit them. Both (System-Level and Department-Level) Administrators can create/modify/delete user accounts, courses, questions and comments for evaluation forms to be completed by the students. A System-Level Administrator can view the results of evaluation and generate reports for all departments. A Department-Level Administrator can view the results and generate reports that are specific to their respective department. The system was tested for functionality and browser efficiency. Future work is required for the deployment of the system and implementation of email notifications.
You can logged in this system using this administrator account. Username: jason Password: admin And I have attached the manual on how to use the system and how it works. For more inquiries or any suggestions about the system, please don’t hesitate to contact the programmer. email : [email protected] facebook : [email protected] contact no: 4712-504 / 09179348731 address : Nakar Compound Sola St. Kabankalan City Negros Occ. or Kabankalan Catholic College, Kabankalan City Neg Occ

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