In the developing countries, people can study lectures by using different learning methods to improve their education. Among them, online learning and e-learning is the modernized and popular learning methods. This research presented the con-tent design and types of learning method of an e-learning system developed. The e-learning system is designed power point slides with principles of message design (text design, graphic design, color design) by instruction designer (ID), these developed course with special designs are uploaded on web using HTML, CSS, PHP, Ajax, and MySQL by multimedia developer (MD), these developed course with slides are presented by subject matter expert (SME) with the help of Studio Engineer (SE) and then these are edited by Studio Engineer. To ensure proper interaction between students and lecturers, this proposed system incorporates audio calls to lecturers and also video conferencing software that enables lecturers deliver lecture. It can give the ability to give, receive, and discuss information in real time. This paper described the impact of the e-learning process for higher education development and why it is so important. The objective of this system is an attempt to simplify the analysis and design of e-learning courses by applying participants and their roles. It contained the analysis, design, development and testing stages of e-courses system as well as the scientific content.
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The Content Design and Types of Learning Method of an E-Learning System for Higher Education Development
How to cite this paper: Thet Thet Aung, Myat Mon Khaing, Cho Zin Oo, Khin Lay Myint, Hlaing Htake Khaung Tin. (2021) The Content Design and Types of Learning Method of an E-Learning System for Higher Education Development. Advances in Computer and Communication, 2(1), 1-6.