Conceptual Model for Profiling Student Behavior Experience in e-Learning

Mustafa Man, Mohd Hafriz Nural Azhan, Wan Mohd Amir Fazamin Wan Hamzah


Most e-Learning web application known as Learning Management Systems are associated with collaboration in a web page. It allows a user to interact directly with multiple application in any web platform together with other users. However, the action of the users has not been thoroughly analyzed. Due to the medium of teaching, implementation is through online. It is nec-essary to analyse each student behaviour characteristics of blended learning implementation so that lecturer can adjust how online activities are per-formed. In this paper, we propose a conceptual model in profiling student behaviour in e-Learning based on metadata approach and Community of In-quiry Model. We adopt a metadata approach in collecting student experience in e-Learning and Community of Inquiry Model to mapping the online stu-dent experiences. This conceptual model provides the basis for evaluating student behaviour characteristics in online learning with the goal of im-proved student engagement and online activity design.


e-Learning; Analytics; Engagement; Student Behavior

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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET) – eISSN: 1863-0383
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