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Defining ADDIE Model Paradigms

Overview and Evolution of the ADDIE Training System

The problem and the solution. The workforce of the 21st century is in a continual state of flux.This has created a need by human resource development scholars and practitioners to continue to review best practices in developing a workforce with the latest technology,knowledge, and expertise. Revisiting traditional training models and processes is important as a means of moving forward. Although there are many system models, almost all are based on the generic analysis, design, develop, implement, and evaluate (ADDIE) model that evolved from instructional systems research following World War II. The purposes of this article are to (a) reacquaint the profession with the background and basic concepts of the traditional ADDIE model and (b) compare the original and revised ADDIE models. Subsequent articles in this volume deal with issues and advancements surrounding ADDIE and the ADDIE phases.

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Are Students Ready to Adopt E-Portfolio? A Preliminary Study towards Learners Readiness in a Higher Education

This paper presents the learners readiness towards the implementation of e-Portfolio as means of solving the persistent problems in educational environment. The purpose of the study was to examine the learner’s readiness towards the implementation e-Portfolio in higher education. Initially, this paper was conducted as a preliminary study with a total number of 30 students who undergoing Bachelor of Art & Design Education and then practicing portfolio in their coursework. The pilot study was conducted and showed the reliability coefficient with Cronbach’s alpha (α) is 0.825. The instrument was divided into five components which involved (1) technology accessibility (2) online skills and relationship (3) motivation (4) internet discussion and (5) importance to success, to measured the learners readiness. The findings were reported that students are ready to have an e-portfolio as a learning tool in constructing their knowledge and experience of learning. The e-Portfolio will extend the opportunity from paper-based into the electronic based with a variety of online learning features in gaining students interest and motivation in learning. At the end of the day, the e-Portfolio will not only benefit the students and the faculty but also towards the employability.

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The E-Portfolio Definitions and Concept

 Findings, Results and Conclusions