Trial for E-Learning System on Information Security Incorporate with Learning Style and Consciousness Factors
In Japanese higher educational institutions as in universities, many studies and practices on e-learning have been reported, but the state of trial and errors are still continuing. Thus, we propose the construction of an e-learning system incorporating not only with learner's consciousness but also with their learning style. Our proposing system is consistent of three individual parts and one integration phase. The first part is composed of tools, methods, and facilities used to provide the e-learning environment. The second part is composed of theoretical or practical works on learning styles. The third part is composed of learner’s consciousness factors on information security which we have studied so far. In the integration phase, the components of e-learning discussed in the first part are evaluated from learning style related psychological aspects. In the paper, we propose a trial version of e-learning system which includes several types of content with proper links to information security factors and to learning styles.
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