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Wydział Sztuki i Nauk o Edukacji

Innovative Educational Technologies, Tools and Methods for E-learning
Scientific Editor Eugenia Smyrnova-Trybulska
“E-learning”, 12, Katowice–Cieszyn 2020, pp. 314–324
DOI: 10.34916/el.2020.12.27

el-2020-12-27

E-LEARNING SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION: UNIVERSITY EXPERIENCE

Kateryna Yalova-1, Liudmila Sorokina-2, Kseniia Yashyna-3, Oksana Shelomovska-4, Oleksandr Shumeiko-5, Kostiantyn Bohomaz-6, Dniprovsk State Technical University, Kamianske, Ukraine, Dniprobydivska st., 2, Kamianske, Ukraine, 1,  yalovakateryna@gmail.com, 2, sludmila1906@gmail.com, 3, yashinaksenia85@gmail.com, 4, o_nix@ukr.net, 5,  shumeiko_a@ukr.net, 6, socis@i.ua, ORCID 1, 0000-0002-2687-5863, 2, 0000-0003-4875-2896, 3, 0000-0002-8817-8609, 4, 0000-0003-3409-9435, 5, 0000-0001-6719-8531, 6, 0000-0002-6469-0958

Abstract: The results of the design, development and implementation of the non-commercial e-learning system at Dniprovsk State Technical University (Ukraine) are presented in the paper. The developed system made it possible to organize the transition from face-to-face to on-line distance learning within the shortest possible time. For the successful system creation, the following stages had been performed: the data domain requirements analysis, system design, software construction, testing, implementation and maintenance. The university blended-learning model, which operated before the introduction of quarantine, and the developed e-learning system information model are presented in the paper. The models display the functional and structural data domain features, determine the roles, functions and available actions for the system users. The proposed e-learning system model consists of five components: e-content, discussion board, evaluation, collaboration and reflection. The constituent models parts implementation through the system user interface made it possible to provide the functions of asynchronous communication, collective and personal interaction, distribution of educational e-content,  assessment of learning outcomes, statistical data accumulation and processing.

Keywords: e-learning system, distance learning, higher institution, design, implementation experience.

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