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Concepts and Principles of Assistive e-Learning System with Multinary Learning for Hearing-Impaired Students

Thanongsak Sovajassatakul 1 and Settachai Chaisanit 2
1. Faculty of Industrial Education, King Mongkut's Institute of Technology Ladkrabang, Bangkok, Thailand
2. School of Information Technology, Sripatum University-Chonburi Campus, Chonburi, Thailand
Abstract—E-learning is a term used to describe the e-learning systems that delivers the learning content by using the Internet to offer the learning material to students supported by activities, assessments, and guidance. This paper presents an e-Learning concept that offers hearing-Impaired students in correspondence with the content in the learning environment. The system is designed ably for Hearing-Impaired students for the purpose of their lifelong learning. Thus, the purposes of this paper were 1) to develop concept of assistive e-learning system with multinary learning for Hearing-Impaired students and 2) to evaluate the conceptual framework of assistive e-learning system with multinary learning for Hearing-Impaired students. The e-Learning system was developed on a HTML5 platform. A MySQL database management system was used alongside an Apache web server, and PHP language was used as a software tool for development. The e-Learning framework which was designed for the special needs of hearing-impaired students was used to perform multinary information (multimedia, text and sign language). It also provides a menu for users, assisting them in learning how to use the e-learning by themselves. The system was evaluated using the Blackbox method of software evaluation. The result showed that the level of efficiency of the system framework was at an excellent level and could efficiently be used in educational institutions. 
 
Index Terms—assistive e-learning, conceptual framework, hearing-impaired and sign language

Cite: Thanongsak Sovajassatakul and Settachai Chaisanit, "Concepts and Principles of Assistive e-Learning System with Multinary Learning for Hearing-Impaired Students," Lecture Notes on Information Theory, Vol. 4, No. 1, pp. 30-34, June 2016. doi: 10.18178/lnit.4.1.30-34
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