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Applying Consistent Fuzzy Linguistic Preference Relations to Evaluation of E-Learning Material Design

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2 Author(s)
Yueh-Hsiang Chen ; Department of Information Management, Kao-Yuan University, 1821 Chung-San Rd., Lu-Chu Township, Kaohsiung County, 821, Taiwan, Republic of China; Doctoral Student, Department of Information Engineering, I-Shou University, Kaohsiung, Taiwan; ROC. phone: 886-7-607-7777 ext 2613; email: ; Ru-Jen Chao

E-learning has gradually become more and more important nowadays due to its advantages: (1) learning courses without constraints of time and place through asynchronous distance learning (2) saving training cost for enterprises. Official organizations, schools, and businesses invest a lot of time, money, and efforts in e-learning. A variety of e-learning materials were generated under such situations. This study is to inspect the affecting factors of e-learning material and apply consistent fuzzy linguistic preference relations to evaluate these factors. The evaluation can offer the information of decision-making to the e-learning material designers, especially with the constraint of time and money.

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2007 IEEE International Fuzzy Systems Conference

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23-26 July 2007