Implementation of Software Quality Control in E-Learning development projects: TEC Digital
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The quality control in software applications that support the teaching-learning process is of great impact to the end user and their academic success. This paper describes the proposal of a quality control model called TD-CCS, implemented in a Learning Management System dotLRN, adapted for the development of applications in TEC-Digital. For measurement purposes, a data analysis was applied to ten projects in TEC-Digital, using evaluation criteria, aspects of documentation, structural quality of packages, functionality, web navigability, security and performance, integrity and compatibility. From the study it was obtained that in the test stage a total of 454 findings were captured, reflecting the importance of optimizing software quality in the early stages, as well as the need to define objective metrics that allow an integral quantitative analysis.
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