An Evaluation of Instructional Process of Expert System Course Program by Using Mobile Technology-based CSE-UCLA Model

Dewa Gede Hendra Divayana, Baso Intang Sappaile, I Gusti Ngurah Pujawan, I Ketut Dibia, Luh Artaningsih, I Made Sundayana, Gusti Ayu Dessy Sugiharni

Abstract


One of various types of application program which could facilitate human activities is known as expert system application program. The concept of the expert system of the application program so important that it requires to be shared to other people by developing a course program called expert system conducted in particular by an institution which specialized in the field of information technology. This course program of expert system which is offered to the students need to be designed in terms of good instructional process to improve its effectiveness. In fact, not all existing course programs conducted based on expert system could run more effectively than it was expected in order to achieve higher quality of learning outcomes. This could be explained as a numerous problems occurred during the process of implementation. In order to discover the extend of program effectivity in the expert system of the course, a through program evaluation is required to be conducted. One model called CSE-UCLA will be recommended in making deeper instructional program evaluation in relation to expert system of course program. Through this model the instructional affectivity of application program of expert system could be measured by involving system assessment, program planning, program implementation, program improvement, and program certification.

Keywords


Evaluation, Instruction Process, CSE-UCLA, Mobile Technology

Full Text:

PDF

Comments on this article

View all comments



International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies. ISSN: 1865-7923
Creative Commons License SPARC Europe Seal
Indexing:
ELSEVIER Scopus logo INSPEC logoDBLP logoEBSCO logoUlrich's logoMicrosoft® Academic Search