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  1. 1. EXERCISE SERVICES FOR E-LEARNING INHIGHER EDUCATION WITH OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE (MOODLE) 1 Mr. Ashish P. Shende Final Year Computer Engineering, Jagdambha College of Engineering and Technology, Yavatmal
  3. 3. 1.LINKING TO THE GROUP MEMBER’S TOPICS Education Sharing E-Learning Implementation of E-Learning Open Source Software- MOODLE (Modular Object Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment) 3
  4. 4. Our Approach EXERCISE SERVICES Implementati FOR E- on of E- LEARNING OSS Product Learning IN HIGHER – Moodle through OSS EDUCATION WITH OPEN E-Learning SOURCE SOFTWARE (MOODLE) Education Sharing 4
  5. 5. 2. INTRODUCTION Use of E-learning systems Need of next generation of e-learning Drawbacks of traditional learning Provision of exercise services is an important issue in traditional and electronic education all over the world Our Suggestion and solution 5
  6. 6. 3. E-LEARNING Important tool by higher education institutions Virtual Learning Environment Offers a flexible support for educators who do not need to be in a fixed time or place to support and communicate with students 6
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  8. 8. 4. E-LEARNING ANALYSIS Literature review Supports the world-wide trend of offering online joint courses Higher education community increasingly sees e- learning as an important tool, especially for women Live Example :E-learning is playing an important part in Saudi public educational institutions, especially in higher education. 8
  9. 9. 5. COMPARATIVE STUDY BASED ON FEATURES AND CAPABILITIES OF E-LEARNING TOOLS  Comparison aims to choose suitable e-learning software for consideration in this study  E-learning systems 1. first Commercial e-learning systems, including Desire2Learn 8.1 2. ANGEL Learning Management Suite 7.1 3. TeleTOP Virtual Learning Environment 4. The Blackboard Learning System V7 5. Scholar360 (P8).  Comparison focuses on two kinds of products I. Commercial II. Non- Commercial 9
  10. 10. TECHNICAL TOOLS LEARNER SUPPORT TOOLS SPECIFICATIONSCommunication Tools Administration Tools Hardware/Software Discussion Forums Authentication Client Browser required File Exchange Course Authorization Database Requirements Internal Email Registration Integration Server Software Online Journal/Notes Hosted Services UNIX Server Real-time Chat Windows ServerProductivity Tools Course Delivery Tools Pricing/Licensing Bookmarks Course Management Company Profile Orientation/Help Instructor Helpdesk Costs Searching Within Course Online Grading Tools Open Source Calendar/Progress Review Student Tracking Optional Extras Work Offline/Synchronize Automated Testing and Software Version ScoringStudent Involvement Tools Curriculum Design Group work Accessibility Compliance Self-assessment Course Templates Student Community Building Curriculum Management Student Portfolios Customized Look and Feel Instructional Standards 10 Compliance Table 1. Summary of the Features and Capabilities of VLE tools
  11. 11. COMPARISON OF DIFFERENT OSS PRODUCTS  The total features are 40 and but no one product has reached this number  Fig below shows the final results of the comparison between the ten products for e-learning.  Moodle is number four amongst the OSS products. 11
  12. 12. SAKAI 2.3 38 FEATURES DESIRE2LEARN 8.1 38 FEATURES No of Features ANGEL LEARNING MANAGEMENT SUITE 7.1 MOODLE 36 FEATURES ----- ----- LON-CAPA- 10 FEATURES OUT OF 40 12Fig: Pyramid Showing comparison of different OSS product
  13. 13. Fig: The Total Features of Ten VLE Products 13
  14. 14. 6. INTRODUCING EXERCISE SERVICES TO E-LEARNING (MOODLE) Moodle as suitable e-learning software for this study Using exercise services in e-learning (through Moodle) increases student confidence before exams. The proposed system also gives easy access to the teacher and the student outside official working hours, as well as reducing the administrative burden of the curriculum through the exploitation of the means and tools. 14
  15. 15. Fig: The Scenario for Exercise Services in Moodle The proposed model has four components, 1. BROWSER, 2. SERVER, 3. LOGIN/REGISTRY 15 4. DATABASE.
  16. 16. 6.1 BROWSER Three main users: 1. Administrator, 2. Teacher and 3. Student Administrator has the ability to use almost all the functions on the system, such as add or remove student, lecturer and section etc Lecturer who can access specific functions of administration, such as add new section to existing module Student who can browse, answer the exercises, and update 16 her /his personal information
  17. 17. 17Fig: The three main users in the exercise model (Administrator, Teacher and Student)
  18. 18. No Administrator Lecturer Students1 Add new student, new Add new section, new Register on the website Lecturer, new module and question and new new section module2 Add a new question with its Add answer of question Answer the exercise. answer.3 Update module, section, Mark essay questions Get final result of the question and user. exercise4 Delete user, section, Update module. Update name and password. question or module.5 Change manager. Add new exam. Search (module, section and question).6 Mark essay questions. Mark essay questions. Check essay question mark. Table 2:The Requirements of Three Main Users in Exercise Model 18 (Administrator, Teacher and Student)
  19. 19. Fig: Browser 19
  20. 20. 6.2 SERVER Important component in our model which has modules and exercise services in Moodle. The proposed model offers users a list of modules, and allows them to choose a module that meets their needs Then, the model directs the users to the exercise page, and allows them to begin the training exercise. 20
  21. 21. 6.3 LOGIN/REGISTER The browser can log in as normal but if they do not have a username and password, then the system directs them to register before gaining access The system allows students to update and check their personal information including their password. Teachers cannot register themselves; the only person who can add teachers is the administrator. 21
  22. 22. 22Fig: Login / Register Page
  23. 23. 6.4 DATABASES Moodle has a large database (approximately 200 tables) Our system should only add new tables for exercise activities and these are purely related to exam exercises We suggest adding the minimum of three tables: 1. Exercise table, 2. Question table and 23 3. Answer table.
  24. 24. 7. CONCLUSION This study is aimed at adding to the new e-learning technology that is sweeping through academic institutions. This exercises service is a means of assessing the knowledge acquired by a student from a module. The implementation of such exercises online will become a vital aspect in the education process. 24
  25. 25. 8. REFERENCES “Implementation of e-Learning through Open Source Software “, Mr. Amit Manakshe , Dept of CE, Sipna’s COET,Amravati International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science and Software Engineering “Open-Source Learning Management Systems:Sakai and Moodle,White Paper “| Open-Source Learning Management Systems,Monarch Media, Inc.,www.monarchmedia.com Sharing Educational Knowledge and Best Practices in Edu-Sharing,Bernd J. Kr amer,Dept. of Mathematics and Computer Science,Second International Conference on Mobile, Hybrid, and On-line Learning “Why Moodle”, Ajlan Al-Ajlan,Software Technology Research,Laboratory (STRL),De Montfort University,12th IEEE International Workshop on 25 Future Trends of Distributed Computing Systems
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