Collaborative e-learning Vocational Schools
For many vocational schools, online learning is still new. Compare this with traditional classrooms that are still widely used. E-learning requires multiple participating schools, teachers, students, and parents. When moving to an e-learning environment, teaching methods and team configurations must change. Therefore, collaboration is a critical component of creating high-quality e-learning. This study first described the problems found in vocational high school (SMK). This article discusses the details of authoring tools and describes the e-learning model and e-learning environment used. This research aims to encourage people to have a deeper understanding of the scope of e-learning and the roles and collaborative activities required for e-learning
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