Friday 20th of October 2017
 

New Model to Achieve Software Quality Assurance in E-Learning Application


Fatima Mustafa Hassan A Min and Nadir Kamal Salih

Software Quality Assurance (SQA) is an integral part of the software development process and quality of the product. The effectiveness, efficiency of software and respond to users requirements are the main reason for the success of the products. Software organizes information in the form of operating system, software has two main categories, system software: which control the basic job of computer, and application software: which handles multiple tasks the user needs to do. E-learning is electronic learning delivers learning by internet communication. This Study intends to create E-Learning model with its critical success factors (CSFs) as perceived by university students. Which it can achieve Software Quality assurance in E-Learning application, by simplifies the use of E-learning software and protects the defect in E-learning. The published E-Learning critical success factors are surveyed and grouped into four categories namely, instructor side, student side, system side and interaction of them.

Keywords: Software Quality Assurance (SQA), critical success factors (CSFs), and E-learning model.

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ABOUT THE AUTHORS

Fatima Mustafa Hassan A Min
lecturer in in Computer Science department ,Nile college,SUDAN, subject teaching software engineering, system monogramming, computer architecture,...

Nadir Kamal Salih
experience in economic system and cloud computing


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