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Human-Computer Interaction Consideration for Education Information System: Teaching the Concept of DLD


Mubarak Almutairi, Mutiullah Jamil, Kashif Munir, Ayesha Waheed


Vol. 22  No. 1  pp. 491-500


This study aims to facilitate students with VLE programs to digest some basic and advanced concepts of digital logic design DLD. In a distance or online virtual learning environment (VLE), usually, logical thinking becomes difficult for students to understand advanced concepts of the engineering-related subject’s i.e. digital logic design (DLD). In the present study, seven different groups comprising of students in one control group and second experimental group have been taken for experiment. In the control group campus program (F2F), online virtual learning education (VLE), correspondence based distance education (Paper-based DE) have been included. On the other hand, in the experimental group of students, there are included VLE, Paper-based DE, Face to Face (F2F) and the blended group is included. After conducting pre-test and post-test, analysis of results shows that the use of simulator was effective in learning of DLD concepts as there was a 67% improvement in BL, 39% in VLE, 50% in F2F and 35% in Paper-Based DE respectively. The results of the present study showed that the use of a software simulator while teaching DLD has a significant positive effect on student learning outcomes.


Digital Logic Design (DLD), Virtual Learning Environment (VLE), Face to Face (F2F), Distance Education (DE), Blended Learning (BL)..