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PROJECT TOPIC: DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF CONTENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE
Department: Computer Science
FORMART: MS WORD
PAGES: 89 pages, abstract, chapter 1-5 , APENDIX A source code and APENDIX B output, well reserached and supervised
The convergence of advances in storage, encoding, and networking technologies has brought us to an environment where huge amounts of continuous media content is routinely stored and exchanged between network enabled devices. Keeping track of (or managing) Such content remains challenging due to the sheer volume of data Storing live continuous media (such as TV or radio content) adds to the complexity in that this content has no well defined start or end and is therefore cumbersome to deal with.
Web has brought about some radical changes in terms of content creation and maintenance for documents and other data.
Keeping track of (or managing) such content remains challenging.Manipulating and managing content is and has always been one of the primary functions of a computer.
During the past twenty years the web has brought about some radical changes in terms of content creation and maintenance for documents and other data. Content management systems (CMS) provide an optimal solution by organizing information, developing and maintaining user’s data. Further, web based directory search mechanism and business intelligence tools have evolved during this period to facilitate more efficient access and content search mechanisms. The large volume of content to be handled in the present-day context necessitates the visualization and conceptualization of new trends for immediate future development and deployment of Content Management Systems, especially for e-Learning environments to improve the existing system in the department of computer Science University of port-Harcourt. The proposed system was implemented using an object oriented programming language frame work known as joomla3.5 content management system (cms) and my SQL database management system.
1.1 BACKGROUND OF STUDY
Manipulating and managing content is and has always been one of the primary functions of a computer. Initial computing applications include text formatters and program compilers. Content was initially managed by explicit user interaction. As technology has advanced, both the types of content and the way people wish to use it have greatly changed. New content types such as continuous multimedia streams have become common place due to the convergence of advances in storage, encoding, and networking technologies.