Abstract—The purpose of the research was to find out the
effectiveness of e-learning lessons and compared lesson
efficiency on the Principles of Digital Photography in
Technology of Photography Course, using a Modular Object –
Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment (Moodle) Software
and determined learners satisfaction. The sample group was 31
second year of undergraduate students, majoring in Innovation
and Educational Technology. The Research tools employed in
the study are the following: 1) e-learning lessons on the
Principles of Photography; 2) e-learning evaluation form during
the learning procedure; 3) learning achievement test; 4) a survey
form of student satisfaction. The result of the study show that
the average score of content and instructional design was 4.32
which in a high Level, and the average score of production and
presentation was 4.37 which also in a high level. The e–learning
lessons efficiency E1/E2 was 80.85/81.21 which was above 80/80
set criterion. The students’ achievement score in post-test is
higher than in pre-test with the statistical significance of 0.05.
The learners’ satisfaction toward e-learning lessons has an
average score of 4.17. In conclusion, e-learning lessons are on
the Principle of Digital Photography could be used in learning.
Index Terms—Effectiveness, e-learning lessons, efficiency, digital photography, educational technology.
Paramaporn Suksai is with the Faculty of Education of Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University, Thailand (e-mail: Paramaporn.Su@ssru.ac.th).
Cite: Paramaporn Suksai, "The Effectiveness and the Comparison of e-Learning Lessons Efficiency on the Principles of Digital Photography in Technology of Photography Course," International Journal of Information and Education Technology vol. 6, no. 8, pp. 598-602, 2016.