Design and Development of Mobile Application for Academic Reminder System

Authors

  • Nik Ruslawati BT Nik Mustapa Mrs
  • Siti Hajar Natasha Mustapa Universiti Teknologi MARA Perlis

Keywords:

Reminder system, Self- Management, Mobile application

Abstract

For the time being, task load is the common problem that been face by many people until they forgot about what to do next for their academic task. So, it is a need to create a mechanism to ensure that the entire task will be inform to the person to avoid from late or missed any important task. Academic Reminder System is built to help user which focuses for the students in UiTM Tapah to manage their scheduled class and assignment deadline via their mobile smartphones. The application was built for android-based platform. The user only needs to update their schedule after getting logged in to the system and list any important date for their assignment deadline to the system. Then the system will give an alert to remind the user for the upcoming class and task deadline. The System Development Life Cycle (SDLC) which is the waterfall model has been chosen as the methodology for this project that containing five phases. All the phases need to be done continuously until the project finished and the output successfully generated. The result of the discussion shows that Academic Reminder System receives positive feedback through usability testing that has been completed. Future work recommendation for this project is to make a sharing application tools in the system so that the user can simply share the application to their friends. Besides that, the application can engage with new technology which is using near-field communication (NFC) in the log in page to scan the NFC tag.

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Published

2020-11-02

How to Cite

Nik Mustapa, N. R. B., & Mustapa, S. H. N. (2020). Design and Development of Mobile Application for Academic Reminder System. Journal of Computing Research and Innovation, 5(4), 18-26. Retrieved from https://crinn.conferencehunter.com/index.php/jcrinn/article/view/167

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General Computing

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