Interactive educational courseware has been adopted in diverse education sectors such as primary, secondary, tertiary education, vocational and professional training. In Malaysian educational context, the ministry of education has implemented Smart School Project that aims to increase high level of academic achievement in primary and secondary schools by using interactive educational courseware. However, many researchers have reported that many coursewares fail to accommodate the learner and teacher needs. In particular, the interface design is not appropriately designed in terms of quality of learning. This paper reviews educational courseware development process in terms of defining quality of interface design and suggests a conceptual model of interface design through the integration of design components and interactive learning experience into the development process. As a result, it defines the concept of interactive learning experience in a more practical approach in order to implement each stage of the development process in a seamless and integrated way.
|Keywords:||Educational Courseware Design, Interface Design, Interactive Learning Experience|
PhD Candidate, Art and Design, Creative Industries Faculty, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Brisbane, Malaysia
Lecturer, Creative Industries Faculty, Qeensland University of Technology, Kelvin Grove, Queensland, Australia
Professor, College of Art & Culture, Kangwon National University, Chuncheon, Gangwon, South Korea
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