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Teaching Assignment Planner (TAP)

, Concordia University , Canada

Concordia University . Awarded


Each year, the Department of Computer Science at Concordia University needs to assign instructors to about 200 courses. Each course requires an instructor and some of the courses also require one or two coordinators. The instructors must be assigned using various constraints. The Teaching Assignment Planner (TAP) program is designed and implemented as computer software to assist the people involved to do the teaching assignment work at Concordia University to fulfill the assignment task easily.

To satisfy the purpose of helping the user do the assignment work, it is very important to make this program very easy to use. A user-friendly interface and comprehensive functionalities are the quality factors to a successful program. As a result, great efforts are focused on them. The TAP program incorporates the Java technology and MS-Access is used as storage database.

This report demonstrates the design and implementation of the TAP program and the results of how to use this program is also provided as an important part. In addition, the future work of this project is presented.


Ying, H. Teaching Assignment Planner (TAP). Master's thesis, Concordia University. Retrieved October 23, 2019 from .

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