Abstract— An intelligent water droplet-based evaluation of health oriented distance learning of health oriented distance learning (HODL) systems integrating e-learning, e-health and usability aspects of Personal Health Record (PHR) systems is proposed. It supports HODL information processing towards a more comprehensive goal. For measuring HODL usability a checklist is used. Usability dimensions and checklist items are selected using an intelligent water droplet-based computational intelligence model. The main advantage of the methodology is the selection of most critical usability dimensions and items and thus supporting user-oriented design of HODL systems.
Index Terms— health, e-learning, e-health, usability, information systems, evaluation and design, intelligent water droplets
Cite: Koffka Khan, Zulaika Ali, Nisa Philip, Gail Deane, and Ashok Sahai, "An Intelligent Water Droplet-based Evaluation of Health Oriented Distance Learning," Journal of Advances in Information Technology, Vol. 4, No. 2, pp. 91-100, May, 2013.doi:10.4304/jait.4.2.91-100
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