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Web Application for the Management of Digital Diplomas in Training Centers Including Security QR Codes

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Part of the Communications in Computer and Information Science book series (CCIS, volume 1193)

Abstract

The processes have been diversifying over time, the virtual modality of training is the one that currently predominates, many public and private entities also hold events such as congresses of majority attendance, all these educational processes are guaranteed by certificates that normally must be printed as soon as these events culminate. The management of the certificates involves some difficulties such as high individual cost, errors in names are commented on several times and they must be redone. The project aimed to systematize this management to obtain digital certificates that can be easily downloaded from any part of the world at any time. The research was carried out in several entities that issue training processes and are committed to these difficulties. It was also possible to base the development tools and finally, a web application was obtained as a result that allows managing all the digital diplomas of one or several training processes. Also, it should be mentioned that the security in digital certificates is given by QR codes. The main conclusion is that web applications allow the improvement of the operational aspects of any training center.

Keywords

Web application Training Diplomas 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Universidad Regional Autónoma de Los AndesAmbatoEcuador
  2. 2.Universidad Técnica de AmbatoAmbatoEcuador

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