Reducing student’s learning duration on engineering final project by implementing Fink’s taxonomy on e-learning
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In this work, a developed e-learning system for the final project of engineering undergraduate students is evaluated as a miniature of engineering education in one of the Indonesian universities (i.e., Universitas Gadjah Mada). Several challenges faced during the system realization have been accommodated by involving the use of both learning materials and experiences. For its problem-solving approach, Fink’s taxonomy has been combined in a system with semantic technology, based on the ontology method. Therefore, the results of ontology design can then be integrated to the learning management system (LMS) of Moodle, which allows semantic resource queries. By means of the e-learning experimental results with six components of Fink’s taxonomy as the measurement aspects, it is obviously shown that the e-learning system has significantly influenced the application, learning how to learn, integration, and foundational knowledge aspects. Moreover, it provides a strong indication that the realized system can assist engineering undergraduate students to reduce the required duration of their final projects.
CitationSuning, S. [et al.]. Reducing student’s learning duration on engineering final project by implementing Fink’s taxonomy on e-learning. "Journal of theoretical and applied information technology", 01 Octubre 2014, vol. 68, núm. 3, p. 375-380.
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