Integration of a Computer Device for Learning and Training Situations: The Case of Faculty of Sciences Ben M'sik (FSBM)

Bentaib Mohssine, Touri Bouzekri, Talbi Mohammed


Education and distance education often provide answers to several issues related to the transmission of knowledge, its design and acquisition. However, these virtual learning environments do not meet with the same degree of satisfaction for all users, it is probably im-perative to decide on the methodology of integrating transmission order size ergonomic, aes-thetic, practical, time relating ... all shared a concern, which is the consideration of the student user of these new technologies in order to develop that knowledge or general order of these skills in a specific discipline.
Our research is mainly focused on this problem by providing a hand, a situation analysis based on practical experiences in Morocco, and affecting the integration of new technologies for education and training, and other hand, the presentation of a distance learning platform, bringing in an electronic environment and intelligent stakeholders, namely, trainers, coaches, learners, tutors, and mentors.
Teachers, students and administrative framework are called continually to make and exchange services. To structure the information flow we modeled a significant information system based on ergonomic design university. The product of our work is a computing device, has solved several constraints. We also conducted its assessment by measuring the impact of its use.
The integration of new technologies for education is no longer an alternative; it has become an obligation and even guidance to develop these knowledge-sided. Today we share this work in order to present our experience and outlining the results, and also to examine the tracks that will follow to advance the science of modeling and engineering of learning ergonomics.


computing environments; library; ILS; learning activities, ICT

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