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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)

Feb 27, 2018 Volume 13, Number 2

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Number of articles: 15

  1. The Effectiveness of Using Interactive Multimedia Based on Motion Graphic in Concept Mastering Enhancement and Fashion Designing Skill in Digital Format

    Winwin Wiana, Indonesia University of Education; M. Barliana & Arifah Riyanto

    This research is related to the effort to design a more representative learning system to improve the learning result of digital fashion design, through the development of interactive multimedia... More

    pp. 4-20

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  2. Construction and Implementation of Teaching Mode for Digital Mapping based on Interactive Micro-course Technology

    Ning Gao

    The era of “Internet + education” has caused reforms in teaching ideas, teaching modes, and learning styles. The emergence of micro-course technology provides new strategies for integrating... More

    pp. 21-32

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  3. Classification Technique of Interviewer-Bot Result using Naïve Bayes and Phrase Reinforcement Algorithms

    Moechammad Sarosa, State Polytechnic of Malang; Mochammad Junus, Mariana Hoesny, Zamah Sari & Martin Fatnuriyah

    Students with hectic college schedules tend not to have enough time repeating the course material. Meanwhile, after they graduated, to be accepted in a foreign company with a higher salary, they... More

    pp. 33-47

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  4. Analysis Approach to Identify Factors Influencing Digital Learning Technology Adoption and Utilization in Developing Countries

    Abubaker Kashada & Hongguang Li, College of Information Science and Technology, Beijing University of Chemical Technology Beijing, 100029, China; Osama Koshadah, Zawia University, faculty of economics, management department, Zawia, Libya

    The Internet has given learners the ability to learn anytime and anywhere at their own pace facilitated by interactive and adaptive software. Digital learning technology is more than just providing... More

    pp. 48-59

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  5. The Effects of Static and Dynamic Visual Representations as Aids for Primary School Children in Tasks of Auditory Discrimination of Sound Patterns. An Intervention-based Study.

    Jesus Tejada & Delia Serra, University of Valencia

    It has been proposed that non-conventional presentations of visual information could be very useful as a scaffolding strategy in the learning of Western music notation. As a result, this study has ... More

    pp. 60-71

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  6. Perceptions of Students for Gamification Approach: Kahoot as a Case Study

    Huseyin Bicen & Senay Kocakoyun, Near East University

    A novel learning experience that increases student motivation can be created in a learning environment that includes a gamification approach to assess competence. Student views on gamification were... More

    pp. 72-93

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  7. Smartphone Habits and Behaviors in Supporting Students Self-Efficacy

    Abdur Razzaq & Yulia Samiha, Universitas Islam Negeri Raden Fatah; Muhammad Anshari, Universiti Brunei Darussalam

    The widespread of smartphones usage have increased the convenience of accessing information and knowledge sharing for higher learning students. University’s students are exposed with the multi... More

    pp. 94-109

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  8. The Effect of Using Flipped Classroom Strategy on the Academic Achievement of Fourth Grade Students in Jordan

    Shereen Elian, University of Jordan; Diala Hamaidi, Qatar University

    This study aimed at investigating the effect of flipped classroom strategy on the academic achievement in the subject of science among fourth grade students in Jordan. The study population consists... More

    pp. 110-125

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  9. Construction of Interactive Teaching System for Course of Mechanical Drawing Based on Mobile Augmented Reality Technology

    Juan Cheng, Wuhan University,Wuhan,China Jingdezhen University, Jingdezhen, China; YuLin Wang, Wuhan University,Wuhan, China; Dian Tjondronegoro, Southern Cross University; Wei Song, Shanghai Ocean University, Shanghai, China

    The teaching aim of Mechanical Drawing is to cultivate the students' graphics interpreting ability, plotting ability, inter-space imagination and innovation ability. For engineering students in... More

    pp. 126-139

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  10. Smart Makerspace: A Web Platform Implementation

    Gabriel Licks & Adriano Teixeira, Universidade de Passo Fundo; Kris Luyten, University of Hasselt

    Makerspaces are creative and learning environments, home to activities such as fabrication processes and Do-It-Yourself (DIY) tasks. However, containing equipment that are not commonly seen or... More

    pp. 140-156

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  11. Construction of SPOC-based Learning Model and its Application in Linguistics Teaching

    Hua Lu, Anhui Polytechnic University, Wuhu, China

    The design of a reasonable learning model must take the new internet age into consideration. Following a contrastive study between MOOCs and SPOCs, a SPOC-based learning model is proposed in this... More

    pp. 157-169

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  12. Factors Influencing Academic Performance of Students in Blended and Traditional Domains

    Ahmed Ismail, King Khalid University; Ahmad Mahmood & Abdelzahir Abdelmaboud

    This paper aims to identify the most important and significant factors in two different areas of learning: combined and traditional learning. Several critical issues have not yet been resolved to... More

    pp. 170-187

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  13. A Systematic Review of Second Language Learning with Mobile Technologies

    Veronica Persson & Jalal Nouri, Department of computer and system sciences, Stockholm University

    This study provides a systematic literature review of the research done in mobile assisted second language learning (MASLL) published since 2010. Starting from 1424 sources, 54 articles were... More

    pp. 188-210

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  14. Design of Multimedia-based Digital Storybooks for Preschool Education

    Didik Prasetya, Universitas Negeri Malang; Tsukasa Hirashima, Hiroshima University

    Storytelling is one of the suitable approaches to deliver the right information and build the character education of young children. The story content presented by utilizing multimedia elements is ... More

    pp. 211-225

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  15. Perceived Promoters of and Barriers to Use of a Learning Management System in an Undergraduate Nursing Program

    Fuad Alhosban, Assistant Professor; Samantha Ismaile, Princess Nourah bint Abdulrahman University

    Effective presentation of information is essential in teaching and learning. We assessed the promoters of and barriers to utilization of a learning man-agement system, namely Blackboard ... More

    pp. 226-233

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