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Experimental evaluation of distributed e-Learning management system

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3 Author(s)
Thongchai Kaewkiriya ; Faculty of Information Technology, Thai Nichi Institute of Technology, 1771/1 Pattanakarn Rd, Suanluang, BKK, Thailand ; Nattavee Utakrit ; Hiroshi Tsuji

Quantity of learning material provided by Internet is growing very fast. Furthermore, knowledge is distributed through online by internet societies or individual. In some organizations, development of e-Learning or learning material for students on Internet is limited because of teaching materials in each subject requires a lot of resources. That is to say, the development of an organized learning management system which can collect information easily is very important. Currently, we do not have a learning management system can implement this function. Actually, LMS is the learning management which cannot collect learning material but only distribute it on internet. This research presents the distributed learning management system via web services technology which can not only collect but also distribute learning material through internet. The proposed learning process consists of three steps: (Step 1) Learners must type username, password and name of school to register. After that the web Portal agent will check username and password with the school. (Step 2) learning history (Learning Profile) of learners. If the user has no history of the Teacher Service, the web portal agent may also request web services to search a suitable teacher for the learner. (Step 3) By the selection of pictured teachers, learners chose services of teachers that fit their requirements. After that, a web portal agent will deliver the duty to the selected teachers. In our experimentation, this consisted of 30 students. Evaluation results from specific experts in this field equaled Level 2.83 (excellent) for all three levels. Satisfaction of using the Learning Management System equaled Level 2.72 (also excellent) for all three levels.

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TENCON 2011 - 2011 IEEE Region 10 Conference

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21-24 Nov. 2011