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Title: The development of an animated skills instructional system for barcode industry
Authors: Hao Jinyang
Keywords: Animated skills
Barcode industry
Web-based skills
Instruction system
Issue Date: Jun-2010
Publisher: University Malaya
Abstract: During the past years, the design and development of web-based skills instruction systems that teach some particular skills has attracted the attention of groups of learners. However, although a number of web-based skills instruction systems are designed to meet accessibility needs and preferences for those groups, the system itself falls short to convey the information in an understandable form. As a result, anticipated study quality cannot be achieved. Therefore, in order to address and even facilitate the learners in learning and mastering a particular skill, the researcher will introduce an animation element into the current skills instruction system. The research aims to identify the necessities and the obstacles in the adoption of the animation element in instruction system, and investigate the adoption and usage of barcode in the organizations of Shenyang, China. In addition, this research will also intend to develop an animated skills instruction system to assist the enhancement of skills mastering for groups of learners. In this research, the researcher intends to investigate the status of adoption and usage of barcode amongst the organizations of Shenyang, China, so as to provide a complete instruction on barcode skills in a more understandable format by developing a web-based JY Barcode Animated Skills Instruction System.
Description: Dissertation (M.C.S.) -- Faculty of Computer Science & Information Technology, University of Malaya, 2010.
URI: http://dspace.fsktm.um.edu.my/handle/1812/990
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