learnability


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learnability

(ˌlɜːnəˈbɪlɪtɪ)
n
the quality of being learnable
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Rao, however, added that this current job environment is conducive to employees who showcase high learnability and the ability to re-skill themselves rapidly.
Depending on learnability, proficiency levels, and training resources, Salsa People has classified their Kizomba courses into three significant lessons-Beginners 1, Beginners 2, and Kizomba taster.
The main branches would divide into many different tags such as voice input, keyboard, productivity, learnability, mobility, etc.
A perception of course learnability is required to motivate students to persist with their learning14.
The usability test was developed by referring to the items suggested by Nokelainen (2006) and was assessed using the following three measuring scales: learnability (2 items; a = 0.
Although usability is often associated with the concept of intuitiveness, it also encompasses learnability, memorability, user experience, efficiency of use, and low error-rate measures (Holzinger 2005; Nielsen 1992).
The influence of user expertise and phone complexity on performance, ease of use and learnability of different mobile phones.
IT has always attracted talent that shows a relatively higher degree of learnability - "knowledge workers".
information with COMPAT2 = NIOA/NIR other systems Usability/ ISO/IEC 25023--user documentation completeness/ Learnability help facilities metric NFDD: number of correctly described functions 1.
Previous single-process theories (the entrenchment, preemption and verb semantics hypotheses) fail to explain all of the current English data, and do not begin to address the issue of how learners of other languages solve this learnability problem.
Usability of websites is measured by its user adaptive level, screen reading level, satisfaction and learnability.