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International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616

Design And Development E-Learning System By Learning Management System (LMS) In Vocational Education

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Rabiman Rabiman, Muhammad Nurtanto, Nur Kholifah



System E-Learning, LMS, Vocational Education, Virtual Class, Design and Development



The unpreparedness of educators and students in the learning process becomes weakness in traditional learning. Moreover, teaching material that has been delivered cannot be repeated while the small notes and educator explanations have limitations in knowledge transfer. This method is ineffective and also have limited learning space and time that cannot be accessed anytime and anywhere. In the current development, students have tendency and dependence on digital content or ICT. The condition is of positive value for online or virtual learning activities, teaching materials can be accessed, stored and shared through the internet. The research and development objective are to produce an LMS-based E-Learning system that is tested on Microteaching in the Mechanical Engineering Education class. The research method adopts the Hannafin and Peck approach model with specific phases (needs analysis, design, development and implementation). The developed LMS is then validated by media experts and material experts according to their capabilities. The research subjects were 15 undergraduate students aged ± 22-25 years old (adults). Data collection techniques are using questionnaires and direct observation. The results of LMS-based E-Learning development research is "very feasible" to be used. The assessment is based on the LMS usability, LMS functions, visual communication, learning design, material contents, as well as language and communication. The findings in this study are that using LMS increases satisfaction and quality of learning.



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