The enhancement of collaborative learning through integrated knowledge management systems: E-learning model

OKFALISA, Okfalisa, Y, Salmaini, C.H., Ab Razak and PRANGGONO, Bernardi (2020). The enhancement of collaborative learning through integrated knowledge management systems: E-learning model. Journal of Theoretical and Applied Information Technology, 98 (13), 2566-2579.

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    Abstract

    There are still a few educational platforms that apply a Knowledge Management System (KMS) concept in conducting its operational work. In addition, several obstacles associated with e-learning implementation trigger the in-effectiveness of collaborative learning. However, the concept of Knowledge Management (KM) from a Sharia perspective has significant implications for education systems. This research, therefore, explored the relevance of the Learning Management System (LMS), KM theory, and Sharia education perspective on the development of the Integrated Knowledge Management System (IKMS) Framework. The IKMS components and structures are literature reviewed and then qualitatively justified through the focus group discussion which involved some students, lectures, and experts from two Sharia-based Universities in Indonesia. To verify and test the framework, an IKMS-Edu system was developed by focusing on the adoption of a controlling agent system in the online discussion. Herein, filtering and summarization technology was embedded into IKMS-Edu towards a smart controlling agent. This agent adopted the operational work of IKMS-Edu framework leveraging in four constructs activities viz., knowledge creation and knowledge acquisition (construct 1), knowledge organization and knowledge storage (construct 2), knowledge dissemination and knowledge retrieval (construct 3), and knowledge evaluation and feedback (construct 4). To date, the statistical evaluation of the IKMS-Edu system’s acceptance is conducted by disseminating the questionnaires. The mean scores revealed 40.45% of the respondents strongly agreed, and 42.18% agreed on the proposed framework and prototype system thus the framework aided in performing the IKMS during the collaborative learning activities. As such, this evidence provides the strong support that IKMS-Edu significantly enhanced the effectiveness of collaborative learning by considering the Sharia values of trust, knowledge, virtue, psychosocial, and civilization development into knowledge management activities.

    Item Type: Article
    Uncontrolled Keywords: 08 Information and Computing Sciences
    Page Range: 2566-2579
    SWORD Depositor: Symplectic Elements
    Depositing User: Symplectic Elements
    Date Deposited: 21 Jul 2020 09:21
    Last Modified: 21 Jul 2020 09:21
    URI: http://shura.shu.ac.uk/id/eprint/26699

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