Design of a RPi based attendance/ response ware system (TicTalk)
Kim, Yvette Mong Qi
Date of Issue2019
School of Computer Science and Engineering
NTU has a mobile application called ‘TurningPoint” that acts as a “Clicker” where user can enter the class with a password and do the Multiple-Choice Question (MCQ) on the go. However, there are many issues with this application as the student is only allowed to answer MCQ and they are not allowed to ask question or answer open-ended question. To overcome the problem faced, web design need to be more flexible and user friendly. TicTalk is created for lecturers and students to communicate better and save time as attendance is taken when student enters the chatroom. There has also been issue where student login online when they are not physically there at the lecture but with the Raspberry Pi (RPi) implementation, student must be there to connect to the RPi Wi-Fi to login and take attendance.
DRNTU::Engineering::Computer science and engineering
Final Year Project (FYP)
Nanyang Technological University