Community Partnered Projects from Year 2013 - 2014
(Fall 2013 and Spring 2014)
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Overnight Intake System For Trinity Rescue Mission
Students: Anthony Farr, Daniel Fernandez, Tatini Gandham, and Ivan Nunez
Community Partner: Trinity Rescue Mission
The Trinity Rescue Mission required an electronic check-in system for their guests. Trinity Rescue Mission was using a paper based check-in process which was not sufficient for record keeping purposes. A web application system was developed to replace the paper system with ability to record all required data into a database. Web based intake system provides accurate count of number of guests enter the Mission on a daily basis. This will help the Trinity Rescue Mission to better prepare for the influx of guests. Fingerprint reader was used to associate each guest with their fingerprints to ensure data is reliable by avoiding multiple entries of same guest, to reduce the chances of unauthorized persons entering the mission, and to speed up the check-in process.
- Ability to record and maintain overnight guests information
- Ability to uniquely identify each guest
- Ability for staffs to record notes on guest activities during their stay
- Ability for manage inventory of beds and track guest usage
- Ability to generate reports
First Place in the Spring 2014 School of Computing Symposium
Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office Inmate Disciplinary Report
Students: Randy Blankenship, Joshua Dickison, Niloufar Mohaseb, and Bradford Wilson
Community Partner: Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office, Department of Corrections, Prisons Division
Inmate Disciplinary Report converts existing paper-based processes involving collection and delivery of inmate disciplinary data into an electronic process. The system documents inmate violations, investigation reports, supervisor signatures, and hearing reports. The electronic means of maintaining inmate disciplinary hearing reports, provides the agency with the ability to analyze inmate disciplinary information in an individual and collective capacity. The benefits of the system are reduction in man hours for completing the forms, reduced cost for purchasing the carbon copy forms, and efficient utilization of officers time.
- Ability to collect inmate disciplinary data
- Repository of inmate disciplinary reports
- Ability to capture of inmate and JSO personnel signatures
- Dashboard to alert new and incomplete disciplinary reports
- Ability to generate report based on data collected
- Back-end administrative control of the system
Third Place in the Fall 2013 School of Computing Symposium
Honorable Mention Award in the Spring 2014 School of Computing Symposium
UNF Library Multitouch Surface Content Management System (MT-CMS)
Students: Ralph Nico Arevalo, Sukhmani Bains, Taylor Bogle, Robert Collier, and Jordan Lowy
Community Partner: Thomas G. Carpenter Library
The UNF Thomas G. Carpenter Library (“Library”) has a Multi-Touch Screen Surface (MTTS) prototype where professors can use to provide quick visuals during a lecture. Our project was to create a webapp that will let the professors upload any multimedia on their account that they can access when they use the MTTS. Major requirements of the project included having a login system, since it will not be a public website open for anyone to register. Professor and or any staff that gets access should be able to make a course to separate and organize their content, and they should be able to upload basic multimedia files, and preview them to make sure they have successfully uploaded a working file.
- Ability to effectively manage course contents for MTT
- Repository of course contents
- Secured access to the course contents
- Web preview of uploaded contents and media
Project Galactus - a Client Record & Notification System for Agency for Community Empowerment
Students: Wesley Gaddis, Patrick Keane, Lisa Lamontagne, and Matthew Ng
Community Partner: ACE-Agency for Community Empowerment Inc.
Agency for Community Empowerment had difficulty with managing and record-keeping their client data as they were using Microsoft Word documents and Excel spreadsheets to record and manage all information. We developed an internal web application for managing important client information (emergency contact information, address, etc) as well as an application that would email reminders for renewing client forms. A web application that utilizes the AngularJS framework was developed for entering client information as well as dates for the reminders. A separate Java Application was developed to run a schedule server-side and query the database for each client’s reminders to see if email-notifications need to be send out to responsible parties. A normalized PostgreSql database was developed for recording all of the client information.
- Ability to record client demographics information
- Ability to send reminder alerts for form dues
- Backend administrative control of the system
DLC Nurse and Learn Volunteer and Donor Management System
Students: Chelsea Clinger, David Harper, James Hlavac, and Travis Hutto
Community Partner: DLC Nurse and Learn
DLC Nurse and Learn needed to overhaul their administrative processes and bring their organization into the digital world. They were being held back by a tiresome paper-based workflow that made it difficult to retrieve information. Volunteer and Donor Management System is a web-based application that can be used for updating volunteer and donor information, record daily volunteer hours, and donations received. The application system resides on a host server that holds the database that contains the information used to meet the hour and donation tracking requirements. The system also provides ability to generate reports, and check and edit donor/volunteer profiles.
- Safe off-site storage of vital data
- Easy access from home or office
- User profile management for volunteers, donors, organizations, and DLC staff
- Volunteer hour tracking by user
- Donation tracking by user
- Online report viewing or downloadable spreadsheets
World Arts Education Contact and Outreach Management System
Students: William Hackney, Stephen Jamba, Kenneth Johnson, and Andrew Karstaedt
Community Partner: World Arts Education, Inc.
World Arts Education founder and director wanted a software application to manage her contact information with ability to add personal notes and reminder follow-up activities. Contact and Outreach Management System (COMS) is for managing relationships effectively for organizational outreach purposes by documenting and retrieving relevant information about an individual. COMS is available in Web environment as well as for iPhone and Android phone environments. COMS provides ability to add new contact names, addresses, and telephone numbers to a central database that can easily be retrieved utilizing a browser from a PC or from a mobile device via iPhone or Android Apps. Additionally, the COMS provides ability to attach notes to a specific contact within the database and later search for notes relating to the same specific user.
- Create profile information about an individual
- Ability to add multiple info fields to build files on clients and prospective clients
- Ability to add personal notes and follow-up activity
- Cloud storage and mobile accessibility
- Sortable tags for searching and retrieving individuals
- International address and phone numbers
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