Redesign Sistem Pembelajaran (E-Learning) Politeknik Caltex Riau Menggunakan Framework User Interface Experience Analysis
Keywords:e-learning, politeknik caltex riau, uixsim, prototype, usability
AbstractE-learning is one of the learning media between teachers and students at Polytechnic Caltex Riau (PCR). To measure the usability of e-learning use, a survey was conducted using a USE questionnaire with a total of 239 respondents. From the processing results obtained that the average usability of e-learning amounted to 50,93%. Based on further identification, there are several problems such as there are features that are not utilized to the maximum which results in the utilization of e-learning is less than optimal,then a less user friendly display that causes confusion for users (teachers and students) when using e-learning. Based on these problems, a redesign of PCR e-learning is carried out by using the User Interface Experience Analysis (UIXSim) framework to answer user needs and problems based on user interaction with e-learning. The result of this study is the design of the PCR e-learning prototype which already has a good usability of 88.69%. This means that the resulting e-elearning prototype provides simpler use and interaction to e-learning users.
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