Implementation Of Google Apps And Mit App Inventor On Android Based Real Time Attendance Report Application
AbstractAttendance in educational institutions is an important thing that is always a common concern,attendance is used to measure student performance or seriousness in taking education. KlabatUniversity as an Educational institution, in this case at the Faculty of Computer Science.Trying to manage attendance as well as possible to get information that is fast, precise andaccurate. with this information about attendance, this institution can find out what things needto be improved and what things should be limited, or what decisions must be made forstudent success, which are related to attendance. The need for attendance reports at theComputer Faculty of Klabat University is urgently needed. Currently attendance report is stillusing paper, and the process for creating the report are by manual input one by one forgenerating the report. This research will create an application that runs on the Androidoperating system and this application will later be accessed with an Android-basedsmartphone with a student ID card barcode scan feature, as a marker of student attendance, sothe report can be generated automatically into the system. The research model or methodused is the Prototyping method. Prototyping design models are made faster so that the timeneeded for system development is shorter. This characteristic is very suitable with the needsof the existing system that only requires a short time in its development. The tools that will beused by researcher are MIT App Inventor to build an Android application. For the purposesof real time reports of student attendance, researcher will use Google apps as a data storagefacility and as a means for generating reports. The results of this study are expected to createan android-based mobile application that in real time can send student attendance data thatcan be accessed directly anytime and anywhere in the form of attendance report data. Forfuture development, researcher may suggest using other method than barcode scanning. RFIDor NFC tag supported for student ID Card can be used for attendance check.
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