Requirements Analysis to offer Courses through Mobile Devices
The subscribers to mobile services are growing rapidly across the World which cannot be ignored in teaching/learning and other associated processes. The aim of the paper is to perform requirements analysis to develop software for offering the Certificate in Information Technology (CIT) programme of IGNOU through m-learning mode that is currently being delivered through open and distance learning (ODL) mode. Requirements analysis includes analysis of physical environment, interfaces, user and human factors, functionality, documentation, data, resources and other related issues. // The paper may work as a primer for any Open University or Distance Education institution for the offering of courses through mobile devices.
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