Creating Online Tools for Theoretical Resource Management


  • Muna Suddeq Kider College of Computer Science and information technology, University of Kirkuk.
  • Banaz Anwer Qader College of nursing, University of Kirkuk
  • Aso Ahmed Majeed


e-learning, mobile application, online theoretical web source, e-commerce, e-management


Concurrent lifelong education of individuals requires more robust online tools due to avoid vast unorganized data. In this work, a web site and a mobile application of the web site have been developed to provide an online tool for theoretical resource management and to facilitate a hub fow downloading theoretical resources. A Website and mobil application is developed and  named as “Resources and Community for College Students - REPO”. The website helps students to find and download all type of resources about their trainings. It is useful in the way that it makes an easier way to search and download books online. REPO is the first online platform which deals with Iraqi students and their martials. The website includes two sections, in which an administration exists at the first section and provided contents are presented at the second section. The administration section (admin) initiates with a login screen. The admin has the highest authority to modify all content in the web site, which is abbreviated as CRUD (create, read, update, delete) operation for all those parts (Users, Blog, Resources, Forum, Application). The mobile app replicates the web sites in mobile devices.


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Block diagram of the administration section




How to Cite

Kider, M. S. ., Qader, B. A. ., & Majeed, A. A. . (2023). Creating Online Tools for Theoretical Resource Management. International Journal of Intelligent Systems and Applications in Engineering, 11(1s), 193–200. Retrieved from