Assessing the Intensity of the Usability of the Course Content within the Virtual Learning Environment

Juraj Obonya, Miroslav Kadlečík

Abstract


Nowadays, education is a complex process that has many advantages. This is obvi-ously proven, as there are high demands on skills in today’s world. Therefore, it is a good approach to acquire this knowledge during the studies. Therefore, the re-quirement is aimed at the constantly improving and acquiring new experiences. In order to meet as many of these parameters as possible, it is important that we have an appropriately structured environment for students. The teaching process can be interpreted in several ways. In our research, we focus mainly on teaching through e-learning systems. Obviously, these supporting systems have many advanced func-tionalities to help make the whole learning process much easier to understand. In our work, we focus on methods and approaches by which we can evaluate student be-haviour and we can measure the justified course settings. We explored various man-agerial settings inside a concrete course structure. Subsequently there will be statistical evaluation of already cleaned and preprocessed data from the system. At the same time, based on these statistical confirmations, we can propose a set of methodologi-cal recommendations for the teacher, which will help us to improve the quality and effectiveness of the teaching process.

Keywords


activity evaluation; educational data mining; student behaviour; virtual learning environment

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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET) – eISSN: 1863-0383
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