The State of the Art Matrix Analyisis for Usability of Learning Manegement Systems

Mukaddes Darwish, Burchan Aydin, Emre Selvi

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THE STATE-OF-THE-ART MATRIX ANALYSIS FOR USABILITY OF LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS Abstract This is a research study to explore trends, gaps, and issues in the literature of the usability of Learning Management Systems (LMS). The authors utilized the State-of-the-Art Matrix analysis, which is a research method that has been used extensively in the last decade. It is a systematic evaluation of existing research by using several statistical methods. Pareto analysis and Histograms are part of this analysis. The analysis revealed several gaps: (1) engineering students have not been the main focus of research in any studies, (2) there is no research that compares usability of LMS between different academic disciplines, (3) there is no modeling effort for understanding if engineering students and instructors need different LMS design than other disciplines, (4) primary framework development for evaluating LMS has declined, (5) discount usability methods (heuristics) have been mostly preferre
Original languageEnglish
JournalJournal of Computer in Education
StatePublished - Apr 2017

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