Wednesday, October 18, 2017

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Academic Information System Schools provide additional modules in the form of e-Learning or electronic learning system. e-Learning is integrated with School Academic Information System. Teachers and students can access the e-learning with their respective accounts.

e-Learning is an add-on of the learning methods implemented in schools. e-Learning is integrated with the subjects taught in each class. However, the e-learning test scores do not automatically fit into the assessment component even though the teacher may include them as one of the assessment components. 

In this e-learning module, teachers and students can interact. The form of interaction is as follows: 
  1. Teachers can write articles or journals on e-learning 
  2. Teachers can make online exams on e-learning 
  3. Students can read and download articles or journals on e-learning 
  4. Students can take online exams on e-learning 

The advantages of e-learning are as follows: 
  1. A WYSIWYG Editor and an improved Eiken format 
  2. The number of options can be set 
  3. Exam and selection problems can be randomized 
  4. The exam can be re-edited if there is an error 
  5. Test questions can be added and re-sorted 
  6. Appraisal system plus minus with penalty 
  7. Teachers can assign different values ​​to different choices and allow a question to have more than one answer 
  8. Automatically calculate values 
  9. Automatically analyze items 
  10. Automatic student grade notification 
  11. Import export questions that enable exam questions to be used again in other exams 
  12. Can copy-paste from Microsoft Word and similar applications 
E-learning content can be text, images, video, audio, tables, equations and diagrams. e-Learning comes with an equation editor that allows teachers to make mathematical funding. This equation can be changed at any time by using the same editor.