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Student
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Anna Bondarenko
Development of Design and Evaluation Method for E-Learning Courses
10
2019
This paper proposes a technique for designing an e-course design. This approach implies considering the e-course from two points of view: as an educational product with its methodological component and as a software product with an emphasis on usability. Therefore, the study examined both the requirements for pedagogical and visual design.

The first chapter considers the requirements and models that should be taken into account when designing an e-course in terms of pedagogical design.

The second chapter presents an analysis of the requirements for the electronic course in this way, if we viewed the electronic course as a software product. Further research is carried out as the highlighted requirements can be interpreted in educational processes. With this approach, attention is drawn to the requirements for usability, in particular, compliance with the functions of the user interface. Also, special attention is paid to such a new direction of research as LX-design - mixing disciplines for the study of user experience (UX) and pedagogical design (ID).

The third chapter analyzes the finished e-course from public access for compliance with the requirements outlined earlier.

To assess the quality of the design being developed in the fourth chapter, there are various methods for evaluating the passage of electronic courses in various editors and distance learning systems.

On the basis of the conducted research in the fifth chapter an own methodology is formed, which illustrates the process of work between the various participants in the design of the electronic course.

The number of pages is 64, the number of illustrations is 18, the number of tables is 3.

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