Development & Evaluation of E-Learning Module Based on Visual and Global Preferences Using a User-Centered Design Approach
Keywords:Interaction design, E-Learning, User-centered design
Students develop various learning styles based on their preferences and learning habits. To serve different learning styles in a class with a number of students using the conventional face-to-face teaching method is not practical; therefore, the idea of personalized e-Learning to accommodate differences in learning style has arisen. Building on this idea, this research intends to provide an alternative interaction design for e-Learning modules by developing content based on user needs using the User-Centered Design methodology. Due to a lack of e-Learning content for visual and global preferences in the Felder-Silverman learning styles, User-Centered Design is chosen as the basis to design the e-Learning module. The result consists of an alternative design and a proposed interface design. The alternative design describes learning objects and navigation of the e-Learning module. The proposed interface design is a prototype of an interactive e-Learning module. After being evaluated, the prototype satisfies the user's expectations in terms of content translation, content navigation, and interactivity throughout the module.
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