PROFICIENT CONSTITUTION FOR ONLINE EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENT USING FEEDBACK ANALYSIS

Authors

  • D. Rajagopal Department of Computer Science, Vivekanandha College of Arts and Sciences for women, Namakkal Dt, TamilNadu
  • K. Thilakavalli Department of Computer Science, K. S. R College of Arts and Science for women, NamakkalDt, TamilNadu

Keywords:

E-learning, Learner, Trainer

Abstract

Modern world learners want to get more knowledge about their respective field which they like. The Learner just has to implement the knowledge using which they are learnt. This implementation has been used in the modern world. Learners are like to study in within the term they like to learn supplementary bunch. This requirement has been fulfilled by the online education system. The online Educational System provides the Notes, Books, Audio and Video Lectures, Manuals, Presentations etc., learners are expecting more apart from the contents or the learners are not willing to study which were provided by the online Educational System. The online Educational system provider has to know about the Learners satisfaction level, which has been evaluated by the Learners feedback. The feedback analysis has been evaluated by the selected criteria. Each criterion has some scoring options. Using this option, the learners will give the feedback to the particular subject trainer through the scoring options. Finally, feedback scores are evaluated and give the advice to the trainer to implement the new techniques for giving the training. This operation is instructing the trainer to implement and update their teaching skills.

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Published

2014-06-20

How to Cite

Rajagopal, D., & Thilakavalli, K. (2014). PROFICIENT CONSTITUTION FOR ONLINE EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENT USING FEEDBACK ANALYSIS. International Journal of Cognitive Research in Science, Engineering and Education (IJCRSEE), 2(1), 87–91. Retrieved from https://www.ijcrsee.com/index.php/ijcrsee/article/view/97