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A review of web-based learning management system design on higher education

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Hans Chung

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A review of web-based learning management system design on higher education Research Question & purpose Literature review LMS
posting and responding to content

maintaining student learning tracks

managing learning activities in an online environment

The current system hurts LMS’s because of the difficulty in effectively and efficiently evaluating and choosing the proper system. Introduction Definitions Alternative model Chih-Hung Chung, Laura A. Pasquini, Jeff M. Allen, Chang E. Koh
University of North Texas
Presenter: Chih-Hung Chung Source: http://www.justweb.com.au/psychology/information-overload.html What kinds of designs should LMS utilize for the future in higher education? Research question Review and discuss the important concepts and findings from research on LMS regarding higher education.

This study offers a model to design and develop a completed LMS for higher education purpose Simonson (2007)
Course management systems, also called learning management systems or virtual learning environments

Assist in the management of educational courses for students and instructor.

Track the learners’ progress.

While usually thought of as primarily tools for distance education, they are also used to support the face-to-face classroom Definition of LMS Definition of culture Source: http://www.ucop.edu/lms/lms.html 2009 American Society for Training and Development (ASTD)
LMS was utilized by 91% of ASTD
challenges faced when using LMS Overview of LMS Source: http://growthnation.com/tips-and-techniques-for-cross-cultural-selling/ Chinese student – feel isolate (Ku & Lohr, 2003)

the diversity of culture had a significant influence in User Interface (UI) in the web design (Yang, Olesova, & Richardson, 2010) Cross-cultural factors in the online environment a variety of human factors influenced user learning patterns as they used LMS (Chrysostomou, Chen, Kim, Kwon, & Cho, 2011)

computer anxiety and the avoidance of using technology makes users feel a lack of control (Beckers & Schmidt, 2003) Human Effect on the Online Environment The better HCI that LMS offers users, the greater satisfaction users will have with their systems

Tselios, Avouris, & Komis (2008)
learning technology should not solely support the efficient execution of a task.

A balanced design
HCI played an essential role in online learning Overview of HCI HCI would influence effectiveness and ease of use

HCI plays an important role in attaining the goal of improving user performance

under the premise that HCI will positively impact the usability of LMS HCI in LMS A LMS research model (Malikowski, Thompson, & Theis, 2007) Five Categories of LMS Features predict the phenomenon of a new technology adopted within a group (Davis, 1989).

the groundwork for understanding a user’s acceptance and use of technology in several fields.

TAM can effectively explain the acceptance of e-learning Technology Acceptance Model TAM model The alternative model of development and design of LMS transmitting course content
course content, announcements, and the grade book
not offer efficient and effective grade books
Social media provides a good way

creating class discussions
Need more interaction

evaluating students
allowing the student to check and monitor their academic activities Discussion Conclusion human effect and cross-cultural factors have a significant influence

we anticipate that the study will generate crucial findings in the field of LMS research Conclusion (cont.) investigate how instructors and learners successfully utilize more LMS tools to enhance their performance

testing the LMS framework
generate more specific recommendations about LMS design and development Future research Beckers, J. J., & Schmidt, H. G. (2003). Computer experience and computer anxiety. Computers in Human Behavior, 19, 785–797. doi:10.1016/S0747-5632(03)00005-0.
Chrysostomou, K., Chen, S. Y. & Liu, X. (2009). Investigation of users’ preferences in interactive multimedia learning systems: a data mining approach. Interactive Learning Environments, 17(2), 151-163.
Davis, F. (1989). Perceived usefulness, perceived ease of use, and user acceptance of information technology, MIS Quarterly, 13(3), 319–340.
Kim, J., Kwona, Y., Cho, D. (2011). Investigating factors that influence social presence and learning outcomes in distance higher education. Computers & Education, 57(2), 1512-1520. doi:10.1016/j.compedu.2011.02.005
Ku, H. Y. & Lohr, L. L. (2003). A case study of Chinese student’s attitudes toward their first online learning experience. Educational Technology Research and Development, 51(3), 95-102. doi: 10.1007/BF02504557
Malikowski, S. R., Thompson, M. E., & Theis, J. G.(2007). A model for research in to course management systems: Bridge technology & learning theory. J. Educational Computing Research. 36(2), 149-173.
Simonson, M. (2007). Course management systems. Quarterly Review of Distance Education, 8(1), vii-ix.
Tselios, N., Avouris, N., & Komis, V. (2008). The effective combination of hybrid usability methods in evaluating educational applications of ICT: Issues and challenges. Education and Information Technologies, 13(1), 55–76. doi:10.1007/s10639-007-9045-5
Yang, D., Olesova, L., & Richardson, J. C. (2010). Impact of Cultural Differences on Students' Participation, Communication, and Learning in an Online Environment. Journal Of Educational Computing Research, 43(2), 165-182. Reference Q & A Thank for your patience Hofstede (1998) defined:

“Culture is the collective programming of the human mind that
distinguishes the members of one human group from those of another.
Culture in this sense is a system of collectively held values.” Chih-Hung Chung
chih-hungchung@my.unt.edu evaluating course and instructors
colleges and universities have established evaluating systems to collect survey data in other ways

creating computer-based instructors
technique tools Discussion (Cont.)
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