Educational Resource Management System Based on JSP Technology

By Xu, Qin; Zhou, Zhongli et al. | Kuram ve Uygulamada Egitim Bilimleri, December 2018 | Go to article overview

Educational Resource Management System Based on JSP Technology


Xu, Qin, Zhou, Zhongli, Yang, Dexiang, Kuram ve Uygulamada Egitim Bilimleri


With the rapid development of computer and Internet technology, people's lives have been made more convenient and work efficiency has been promoted. In particular, the educational informationization degree of the education industry has been increasing day by day. Under this circumstance, the traditional educational resource management model can no longer meet the actual demand. Therefore, it has become the focus of people's general concern and research on how to effectively manage the digital educational resources in an integrated manner, avoid waste of manpower, material resources and resources, and improve the efficiency of learning and management.

At present, many colleges and universities have included educational resources intelligence and digital sharing construction in the medium and long-term development plan (Stukalina, 2010). The educational resource management models and theoretical research abroad is relatively mature, and have achieved certain results. Using the Internet to improve teaching effects has become the development trend of educational resources management. Currently, the LOM model of IEEE is a relatively complete educational resource management system model (Ashcroft & Watts, 2004). Since China's dynamic webpage development started late, the research on China's college educational resource management system is still in its infancy, with Internet teaching and dynamic webpage teaching as the main direction (Ha Ler & Jackson, 2010). Besides, during the design and implementation of educational resources management system, it has blindly pursued a perfect and complete system, but neglecting the current actual situation, resulting in the problems such as improper coordination between the subsystems, repeated development, and insufficient sharing of the system (Zhao et al, 2014), and finally a waste of human and material resources. JSP is a dynamic web page technology standard, full-called as Java Server Pages (JSP). Web applications developed with JSP are cross-platform and can run under Linux or other operating systems (Li & Liu, 2008). JSP technology is easy to be integrated into a variety of application architectures, to support highly complex web-based applications. It is a popular web development technology (Zheng, 2013).

Based on the analysis above, with reference to the relevant research results of educational resource management system at home and abroad, as well as the existing achievements of computer network course resource management, this paper determines the design goals of the system through the analysis for daily educational resource management needs of colleges and universities, and also analyses the surface structure and the underlying architecture of the system layer by layer. Then, the JSP website development technology was used to design and implement each functional module. Finally, the modules and the whole system of the system were tested. The results show that the system basically meets the initial design requirements, but still need to be further optimized in terms of the program structure and algorithm quality in order to achieve the best design results.

System architecture and preliminary design

System requirements analysis

Educational resource management is one of the core contents in daily teaching management of colleges and universities. For the gradually increasing educational resource information, the educational resource management system shall effectively reduce the workload of administrative staffs. The system should be designed to meet the needs of the general public and users, providing users with a practical interface that has a high data throughput, good security and scalability, and can respond quickly.

Operability and practicality are two basic functions of the system (Rahman et al, 2016). The practical functions are related to information service function module, user personal management module, forum, and resource service management centre. …

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