Development of models for the formalized description of modular e-learning systems for the problems on providing ergonomic quality of humancomputer interaction

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A complex of the systems models of e-learning, necessary for the provision of ergonomic quality, was developed. Relevance of this development is determined by a wide propagation of electronic learning technologies and insufficient level of their effectiveness, which is mainly defined by the existence of means of ergonomic quality management. It was established that, if we describe software and hardware learning means, electronic learning modules, humansoperators, means of ergonomic provision, implied in the system of dialogue interaction technology relying on a totality of component and morphological structures, it will be possible to formulate requirements for the system of e-learning data and knowledge bases. A standard structure of component and morphological models for e-learning was formed. It was shown that the application of such models provides the e-learning adaptive capacity, and as a consequence, higher quality of human-computer interaction. The development may be useful for the formation of systems of information support of e-learning and provide essential enhancement of working conditions and motivation of people, trained in information learning environments of secondary educational institutions, universities, enterprises, firms, etc.

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Lavrov, E., Barchenko, N., Pasko, N., & Borozenec, I. (2017). Development of models for the formalized description of modular e-learning systems for the problems on providing ergonomic quality of humancomputer interaction. Eastern-European Journal of Enterprise Technologies, 2(2–86), 4–13. https://doi.org/10.15587/1729-4061.2017.97718

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