Performance evaluation of reusable learning objects in e-learning system-a blended approach to make-learning to work

  • Jayanthi M
  • Snvatsa S
  • Ramesh T
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This study discusses the analysis, design and evaluation of school e-Learn an interactive e-Learning tool. It covers the performance and evaluation details of usability, designing the evaluation, the objectives and respondents, the study, the Questionnaires questions asked and basic assumptions, what needed to be evaluated, the execution of the evaluation, its results and conclusions. The evaluation results indicated that the e-Learn system produced more rehearsal from students than the traditional teaching and improved their marks. It was easier and more interesting to use with greater facilities to research and rehearse knowledge. There was a general belief in the bended approach that e-Learn system, that it did indeed assist knowledge retention, this in itself is an important factor for the students psyche. As compared with the neutral system the interactive system held interest longer and was more capable of interacting at the students own level. © 2008 Asian Network for Scientific Information.

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  • Blended approach
  • Case study
  • E-learning
  • Reusable learning objects
  • Techniques and results
  • Usability evaluation

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  • M. K. Jayanthi

  • S. K. Snvatsa

  • T. Ramesh

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