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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)

May 29, 2018 Volume 13, Number 6

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Number of articles: 17

  1. The Analysis of Digital Maturity of Schools in Croatia

    Igor Balaban, Nina Begicevic Redjep & Marina Klacmer Calopa, University of Zagreb Faculty of Organization and Informatics Varazdin

    This paper presents results of a large pilot project among Croatian primary and secondary schools focused on digital maturity of schools. It explores relationships between indicators that influence... More

    pp. 4-15

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  2. Development of WebGL-based Virtual Teaching Platform for Mold Design

    Yongjiang Zhang, Liaoning Mechatronics College

    As an outcome of the further development of modern simulation technology, virtual technology has been widely used under the support of computer technology and multimedia technology and provides... More

    pp. 16-28

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  3. Improved Adaptive Genetic Algorithm for Course Scheduling in Colleges and Universities

    Wang Wen-jing

    Traditional artificial intelligence and computer-aided course scheduling schemes can no longer meet the increasing demands caused by the informatization of teaching management in colleges and... More

    pp. 29-42

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  4. MOOC Teaching Mode of News Transmission Based on Network Audio Data Decoding Technology

    Chune Shen, Hubei University of Arts and Science

    MOOC, an online classroom development mode, has gradually developed due to its unique advantages under the background of big data. However, most online audio data of MOOC are acquired through the... More

    pp. 43-55

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  5. Information Communication Technology Use among Students in Inclusive Classrooms

    ŠBagon & Mateja Gačnik; Andreja Istenic Starcic, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

    As inclusion has brought diversity into 21st-century classrooms, it has also brought challenges for teachers who must adapt their teaching to different groups of children with varying learning... More

    pp. 56-72

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  6. Construction of Real-time Interactive Mode-based Online Course Live Broadcast Teaching Platform for Physical Training

    Jianqiu Liu, Bengbu Medical College

    As a new teaching mode, online courses have become one of the most important teaching methods in higher education. At present, there are still some shortcomings in online course live broadcast... More

    pp. 73-85

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  7. Automatic Composition of Instructional Units in Virtual Learning Environments

    Meriem Hnida, Mohammed Khalidi Idrissi & Samir Bennani, Mohammadia School of Engineers (EMI) MOHAMMED V UNIVERSITY IN RABAT, Morocco

    In this paper, a new approach for automatic composition of instructional units based on a new variant of Harmony Search Algorithm is proposed. The purpose is to solve curriculum sequencing issue by... More

    pp. 86-100

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  8. Exploration and Practice on Course Teaching in Plastic Injection Mold

    Li Xin

    Mechanical CAD/CAM technology is an important course for the major of mechanical design and manufacturing, with wide teaching content and discipline span. It is also a comprehensive course with... More

    pp. 101-111

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  9. Students Acceptance of Google Classroom: An Exploratory Study using PLS-SEM Approach

    Rana Al-Maroof, Al Buraimi University College; Mostafa Al-Emran, Universiti Malaysia Pahang

    Google classroom can work in unidirectional process as it can serve the teachers’ strategies and styles on one hand and students’ perception, understanding, and effective participation in different... More

    pp. 112-123

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  10. Model of Incorporation of Emerging Technologies in the Classroom (MIETC)

    Edgar Sosa Neira, Secretaria de Educación Distrital Universidad Autonoma de Manizales Red Distrital de Docentes Investigadores; Jesús Salinas Ibáñez & Bárbara De Benito Crosetti, Universitat de les Illes Balears

    This article aims to design, implement and validate a model of incorporation of emerging technologies in the classroom using a design-based research methodology through two iterative cycles. In the... More

    pp. 124-148

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  11. A Teaching Model of Urban and Rural Planning Curriculum Integrating Virtual Simulation Technology

    Xuhui Wang, Northwest University; Zhao Hao, Xi’an city planning design and research institute; Sixi Luo & Meimei Ren, Chang'an University

    In the teaching process of Urban and Rural Planning, students not just need to learn relevant theoretical knowledge, but also should flexibly apply relevant theoretical knowledge to practice urban ... More

    pp. 149-162

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  12. A Space Design Teaching Model Using Virtual Simulation Technology

    Jialing Wu, University of Science and Technology Liaoning

    With the rapid advancement of information technology, virtual reality technology has also gradually developed, accompanied by the dramatic growth of virtual reality experiment technology. At... More

    pp. 163-175

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  13. Construction of Multifunctional Video Conversion-based Multimedia Teaching System for College Basketball

    Feng Sheng & Shaozeng Sheng, Qufu Normal University

    Animation demonstration is an important manifestation of multimedia technology. In the past, low flexibility and long research and development cycle are typical problems of animation demonstration ... More

    pp. 176-189

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  14. An Interaction Theory-based New Distance Teaching Model for Cross Talk

    Zhuang Zhou, University of Science and Technology Liaoning

    At present, most distance education platforms are often featured by the lack of specialty, only deposit teaching resources on the server, and fail to meet students’ needs of selective learning and ... More

    pp. 190-202

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  15. The Augmented Reality for Teaching Thai Students about the Human Heart

    Sumitra Nuanmeesri, Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University

    Biology is a science about living organisms. Organisms have complex systems consisting of complex organs. Focusing on the human body, if the organ or its structure is visually presented, the... More

    pp. 203-213

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  16. In MOOCs we Trust: Learner Perceptions of MOOC Quality via Trust and Credibility

    Eamon Costello, James Brunton, Mark Brown & Laurence Daly, Dublin City University

    In this study we sought to examine MOOC learners’ levels of trust in the platforms, institutions, and instructors involved in MOOC design and delivery. We sought to examine what influenced learners... More

    pp. 214-222

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  17. Factors affecting Successful Implementation of eLearning: Study of Colleges and Institutes Sector RCJ Saudi Arabia

    Zulfiqar Solangi, Jubail Technical Institute, Colleges and Institutes Sector Royal Commission Jubail, Saudi Arabia; Fahad Al Shahrani & Siraj Pandhiani, Jubail University College, Colleges and Institutes Sector Royal Commission Jubail, Saudi Arabia

    The colleges and institutes sector Royal Commission Jubail (JCIS) represents four higher educational institutes namely, Jubail University College (JUC) for male and for female, Jubail Industrial... More

    pp. 223-230

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