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Durham University

Computer Science


Publication details for Professor Malcolm Munro

Althobaiti, Ahmed R. & Munro, Malcolm (2015). Evaluating an Interactive Electronic Lecture System. International Journal of Information and Education Technology 5(12): 914-919.

Author(s) from Durham


Evaluation is an essential part of creating and applying an interactive electronic lecture system (IELS). IELS is designed to enhance lecturing process for undergraduate students at King Abdulaziz University. To evaluate the IELS there are three main issues covered in this paper, namely IELS features, experiment design and research methods. IELS is integrated application that offers rich interactive components for users. The first issue is IELS features such as user accessibility, usability, learnability, interactivity, communication, satisfaction. The second issue is experimented design for evaluation IELS. Third issue describes how the data has been gathered and how the results are analysis.