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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)

Nov 16, 2017 Volume 12, Number 11

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Number of articles: 14

  1. Improving Academic Decision-Making through Course Evaluation Technology

    Adam Marks, Maytha AL-Ali, Munir Majdalawieh & Anoud Bani-Hani, Zayed University

    The objective of this study is to offer a broad understanding of how end of course evaluations can be used to improve the academic outcomes of a higher education institute. This paper presents the ... More

    pp. 4-14

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  2. The Use of Serious Games in Preschool Education

    Georgia Kokkalia & Athanasios Drigas, N.C.S.R. "DEMOKRITOS" - INSTITUTE OF INFORMATICS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS - NET MEDIA LAB; Alexandra Economou, Petros Roussos & Spyridoula Choli, Department of Psychology, University of Athens

    A brief review is presented in order to underlie the importance of serious games in preschool education. Their role is examined according to the educational perspectives that are explored in... More

    pp. 15-27

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  3. The Area of the Disk in Middle School Grade by GeoGebra.

    David Lognoli

    The visualization and exploration of mathematical objects and concepts in multimedia environments can facilitate learning. Geometry is particularly involved with the growing use of software in... More

    pp. 28-40

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  4. Symbian OS for Developing Mobile Multimedia Software Platform for Gymnastics

    Yingbao Zhou, Nanjing Xiaozhuang University

    Traditional multimedia technology is not convenient for mobile devices. Therefore, traditional teaching methods are still used in gymnastics teaching. Meanwhile, these classes can far from... More

    pp. 41-52

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  5. Investigating the Iranian EAP Stakeholders' Ideas Apropos of Applying the Internet in EAP Curriculum

    Mahboobeh Khosravani & Hooshang Khoshsima, Department of English Language and Literature, Chabahar Maritime University, Chabahar, Iran (Islamic Republic Of)

    English for Academic Purposes (EAP) has become one of the most important fields in English Language Teaching (ELT) in Iran. Thus, researchers, syllabus designers, and EAP instructors are always in ... More

    pp. 53-62

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  6. Investigating the Effectiveness of an Interactive IRF-Based English Grammar Learning System

    Chien-Yuan Su, Zhejiang University

    Computer-supported language learning has the potential to promote relevant work in support of instant, interactive language discourse that fulfils educational purposes and fosters individual... More

    pp. 63-82

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  7. An Efficient Approach for Exchanging Exam Contents in E-Learning Institutions

    Alamri, School of Computing and Informatics, SEU E-mail:

    In some e-learning and blended-learning institutions, such as the Saudi Electronic University (SEU) in Saudi Arabia, prior to the students undertaking exams, the exam questions are distributed to... More

    pp. 83-97

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  8. Massive Open Online Course Related Learning Style and Technology Usage Patterns of Thai Tourism Professionals

    Suepphong Chernbumroong, Pradorn Suereephong & Kitti Puritat

    The e-learning under the concept of massive open online courses (MOOCs) was adopted as an online learning system platform called “Thailand ACCSTP online learning system” with the aim of promoting... More

    pp. 98-120

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  9. An Emerging Technology: Augmented Reality to Promote Learning

    Fezile Ozdamli & Cigdem Hursen

    Abstract—This study aims to determine the benefits and limitations of AR applications in computer hardware education, when used as a supplementary technology. The study was designed according to... More

    pp. 121-137

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  10. The Development of Indonesian POS Tagging System for Computer-aided Independent Language Learning

    Muljono Muljono, Umriya Afini, Catur Supriyanto & Raden Nugroho, Dian Nuswantoro University

    Word processing tool is a basic need in learning a language. One of the word processors needed by a language learner is part of speech (POS) tagging. While many POS Tagging tools for Indonesian... More

    pp. 138-150

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  11. Machine Learning Based On Big Data Extraction of Massive Educational Knowledge

    Abdelladim Hadioui, Nour-eddine El Faddouli, Yassine Benjelloun Touimi & Samir Bennani, RIME TEAM-Networking, Modeling and e-Learning- LRIE Laboratory- Research in Computer Science and Education Laboratory

    A learning environment generates massive knowledge by means of the services provided in MOOCs. Such knowledge is produced via learning actor interactions. This result is a motivation for... More

    pp. 151-167

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  12. Cloud Computing Issues for Higher Education: Theory of Acceptance Model

    Zuhrieh Shana & Enas Abulibdeh, Al Ain University of Science and Technology

    This study investigates the readiness and basis for adoption of cloud computing for higher education in the United Arab Emirates using the Theory of Acceptance Model [1] and structured equation... More

    pp. 168-184

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  13. Intervention and Diagnostic Tools in Preschool Education

    Athanasios Drigas; Georgia Kokkalia, N.C.S.R. "DEMOKRITOS" - INSTITUTE OF INFORMATICS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS - NET MEDIA LAB; Alexandra Economou & Petros Roussos, Department of Psychology, University of Athens, Athens, Greece

    A representative study of some of the most important intervention, assessment and diagnostic tools of the preschool education is presented. Additionally, a list of some of the most well known... More

    pp. 185-197

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  14. Implementation of Group Formation Algorithms in the ELARS Recommender System

    Tina Knez, Martina Holenko Dlab & Natasa Hoic-Bozic, University of Rijeka, Department of Informatics

    Collaborative learning is recognized as an effective way of gaining knowledge in an online environment. Therefore, e-courses frequently include collaborative e-learning activities (e-tivities) that... More

    pp. 198-207

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