A Feasibility Study
Partial Fulfillment of
The “Requirements” of
Fundamentals of Research
I. Description of Glitch Commerce
The proposed website is Glitch Codes is "Governing League of Information Technology Challengers Codes". The researcher came up to create this website for the reason that more IT students of PUP San Juan Campus are failed to their major subjects, especially to their programming subject.In todays generation, IT students must be enjoy learning programming languages in order for them to understand it clearly. That’s why the researchers create a new website - Online Programming Tutorials such as teaching C++ , C , JAVA , C# at etc. That can be patronized by the IT students of the campus. And this website also offers tutorials to their other subjects like creating multimedia programs. Within a free service and effective way of learning. So the researchers decided to make this website to provide students with all the resources they need to help them in their studies especially the students who did not realize their programming lessons.
A. Features: Benefits
The Glitch Codes will serve as a web-based source code and tutorials to all year level students of IT in the campus. The researcher create this website to wherein it is exclusive for the campus only. The researchers assured that all IT students will participate into this project. And assuring that all of them will provide a users-friendly, cost savings, not time consuming , 24/7 update and security services.
The researchers make sure the IT students could clearly understand using the websites. For example, every button that every users will see has a label on what is the function. And for more questions the researchers put a page where it tells how does the websites works or the instruction page.
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