V Model of E-Learning Using Gagne Nine Steps of Education


This paper presents a V-model of e-learning using the well-known Gagne nine steps for quality education. Our suggested model is based on our experience at the computer engineering departments at AL-Hussein Bin Talal University, the University of Jordan and Albalqa Applied University. We applied the recommendations of the nine steps methodology to the e-learning environment. The V model suggested in this paper came up as a result of such application. Although this V model can be subject to some tuning and development in the future it proved to be highly efficient and easy to implement for the teacher and the student.

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H. Al-Shalabi, S. Andraws, A. Alrabea and A. Kumar, "V Model of E-Learning Using Gagne Nine Steps of Education," Journal of Software Engineering and Applications, Vol. 5 No. 11, 2012, pp. 850-854. doi: 10.4236/jsea.2012.511098.

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