Evaluation Methods for E-Learning Applications in Terms of User Satisfaction and Interface Usability

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The use of online technology has become ubiquitous and integral part of our daily life from education to entertainment. Because of the ubiquity of e-learning and vital influence for engineering the educational process, it is no surprise that many research studies are conducted to explore different aspects covering the use of e-learning in higher education. The assessment and evaluation aspects are considered arguably the most influential part for measuring the success and effectiveness of e-learning experience. As more and more universities worldwide have opted to use online technology for their course delivery, research in e-learning systems have attracted considerable interest in order to apprehend how effective and usable e-learning systems in terms of principles related to human computer interaction.

To Cite:

Nouzha Harrati, Imed Bouchrika, Zohra Mahfouf , Ammar Ladjailia, Evaluation Methods for E-Learning Applications in Terms of User Satisfaction and Interface Usability, Handbook of Research on Innovative Pedagogies and Technologies for Online Learning in Higher Education, 2017

Bibtex:

@article{Harrati2016463,
title = “Exploring user satisfaction for e-learning systems via usage-based metrics and system usability scale analysis “,
author = “Nouzha Harrati and Imed Bouchrika and Zohra Mahfouf and Ammar Ladjailia”,
journal = “Handbook of Research on Innovative Pedagogies and Technologies for Online Learning in Higher Education”,
year = “2017”
}

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