A Web-Based Adaptive E-learning Application for Engineering Students: An Expert-Based Evaluation

Didik Hariyanto, Thomas Köhler


The primary purpose of this study is to evaluate the web-based adaptive e-learning application based on the expert-based assessment. There are two aspects of assessment considered in this study, the first one will evaluate the e-learning system in terms of the learning content and its structure, and the second one will focus on the media aspect. The process of evaluation was started by developing the instruments of evaluation by taking into account some related literature. Then, the content validity of the instruments was checked by scientific experts. After that, the assessment was conducted by two groups of experts in a paper-and-pencil format by marking one out of 4 points Likert scale. The result was then analyzed through some justification approaches and indicated that the adaptive e-learning application was categorized acceptable to use in the learning process.


web-based e-learning; adaptive e-learning; personalized e-learning; engineering students; expert-based evaluation

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International Journal of Engineering Pedagogy (iJEP) – eISSN: 2192-4880
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