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Assessment of E-learning Systems: A Systems Engineering Approach System

Abstract : This paper is on the issue of assessment of E-Learning systems. The originality of the work is to identify main drawbacks mentioned in the literature and propose a systems engineering framework approach. E-learning is more and more used and mainly in developing countries. A large number of E-learning systems have been developed in the institution around the world. These systems can be assessed using multiple dimensions and criteria. KSA started implementing the E-Learning since 2002. Although of this evolution up to our knowledge, limited research work have been carried out on assessing such system. In response to this limitation this paper is a preliminary research study that attempts to propose the requirements list needed to develop a reliable technique or methodology to evaluate an E-learning system. The contribution of this position paper proposition of a framework for future research as seeing ELearning as a system as any other system, and hence the assessment becomes a partial validation of the systems with respect to requirements. Requirements can be criteria of ABET accreditation. The methodology will be based on best practices of systems engineering approach.
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Aula Al-Shagran, Abd-El-Kader Sahraoui. Assessment of E-learning Systems: A Systems Engineering Approach System. International Journal of Computer Science and Software Engineering, 2017, 6 (8), pp.173-179. ⟨hal-01704393⟩



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