Academic Information System Schools provide additional modules in the form of e-Learning or electronic learning system. e-Learning is integrated with School Academic Information System. Teachers and students can access the e-learning with their respective accounts.
e-Learning is an add-on of the learning methods implemented in schools. e-Learning is integrated with the subjects taught in each class. However, the e-learning test scores do not automatically fit into the assessment component even though the teacher may include them as one of the assessment components.
In this e-learning module, teachers and students can interact. The form of interaction is as follows:
- Teachers can write articles or journals on e-learning
- Teachers can make online exams on e-learning
- Students can read and download articles or journals on e-learning
- Students can take online exams on e-learning
- A WYSIWYG Editor and an improved Eiken format
- The number of options can be set
- Exam and selection problems can be randomized
- The exam can be re-edited if there is an error
- Test questions can be added and re-sorted
- Appraisal system plus minus with penalty
- Teachers can assign different values to different choices and allow a question to have more than one answer
- Automatically calculate values
- Automatically analyze items
- Automatic student grade notification
- Import export questions that enable exam questions to be used again in other exams
- Can copy-paste from Microsoft Word and similar applications
- E-learning content can be text, images, video, audio, tables, equations and diagrams. e-Learning comes with an equation editor that allows teachers to make mathematical funding. This equation can be changed at any time by using the same editor.