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Students and Software Testing Professional’s Web based Learning Standards, Styles and UI: A Case Study

R. Devi, Dr.P. Ponmuthuramalingam


The World Wide Web has become firmly entrenched in our common life. Not only it is a space where people can speak, employment, and trade but it has also increasingly become a place to learn. The purpose of this paper was to examine how a particular technique of education can impact the helpfulness of an on-line or web based course in delivering subject content. The learning is supported into software testing professionals and students. The learning interfaces are spitted into six factors. Also the data show the infesting phenomena with respect to motivation, research and social aspects. The system filtered web pages based on the relevance of their contents and assisted to users for their learning style and recommending pages based on the page relevancy. This paper proposes the methodology of conducting a wiki websites in an improvement process.


Web based Learning, Web Learning Standards, Web Learning Styles, User Interface, Wiki Web Site, Web Learning Functionalities.

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