mokik is a mobile clicker educational system for students, instructors, and training organizations to benefit from. The instructor will use a laptop to discover and save the status of the mobile phones of the students. The laptop and mobile phones will communicate and send information using Bluetooth connectivity. The laptop program will be code using Java and will be built on the J2EE platform, whereas the mobile phone program will be coded using the J2ME platform. Our main goal is to reduce the time in taking attendance, but we are also interested in adding features that would improve the functionality of our system, such as recording the grades of students, displaying statistics, showing the number and names of the attending students to the instructor, as well as allowing for the teacher to create a multiple choice question and beam the question to the students so that they can answer it in real-time using their mobile phones.
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