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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)

Aug 01, 2019 Volume 14, Number 15

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Number of articles: 16

  1. Ontology and Rule-Based Recommender System for E-learning Applications

    Bouchra Bouihi & Mohamed Bahaj, University Hassan 1st Faculty of Sciences & Technology Settat Morocco.

    The continuous growth of the internet has given rise to an overwhelming mass of learning materials. Which has increased the demand for a recommendation system to filter information and to deliver... More

    pp. 4-13

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  2. Promotive Effect of Psychological Intervention on English Vocabulary Teaching Based on Hybrid Collaborative Recommender Technology

    Baodi Chen & Jierong Wu, North China Electric Power University

    Psychological changes will often play a huge influence on the teaching effects in the English vocabulary learning and teaching process. To further explore the relationship of psychological... More

    pp. 14-24

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  3. Smart Technology Integration in the System of Bachelors’ Language Training

    Renata Elsakova, Nadezhda Kuzmina & Daria Kochkina, South Ural State University

    This paper considers the problem of smart technology integration into the system of bachelors’ language training at higher school environment. The use of smart technology in education helps to... More

    pp. 25-39

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  4. Design and Implementation of Computer Aided Physical Education Platform Based on Browser/Server Architecture

    Zhen Zhao & Jing Yang, Beijing institute of petrochemical technology

    Based on the B/S mode network development technology, this paper studies the design and implementation of computer-aided physical education platform. According to requirement analysis of the... More

    pp. 40-51

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  5. Toward a Personalized Learning Path through a Services-Oriented Approach

    Mohamed Bendahmane, Ibn tofail University; Brahim El Falaki, Mohammed V University; Mohammed Benattou, Ibn Tofail University

    In most existing E-learning systems, activities' content and order are presented in a static manner without taking into consideration the learners characteristics, profiles or competencies. The... More

    pp. 52-66

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  6. An Empirical Study on the Predictors of the Perceived Quality of Learning at Institutions of Higher Education: 2D Model Approach

    Mmatlou Matlakala & Norman Chiliya, University of the Witwatersrand; Tinashe Chuchu & Tinashe Ndoro, University of Pretoria

    The purpose of the present study was to conduct an empirical investigation into the predictors of the perceived quality of learning at institutions of higher education from the student’s... More

    pp. 67-77

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  7. Implementation of the Analytic Hierarchy Process for Student Profile Analysis

    Nawal Sael, Touria Hamim & Faouzia Benabbou, University Hassan II of Casablanca, Casablanca, Morocco

    Data science is the discipline that allows the exploration and analysis of data in order to extract useful and relevant information for decision making and problem solving. In the educational... More

    pp. 78-93

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  8. Project-Based Learning Model Practicality on Local Network Devices Installation Subject

    Ilham Maulana, STMIK Indonesia Padang; Restyaliza Hary, Ratih Purwasih, Fadil Firdian, Tri Sundara & Jufriadif Na'am

    Abstract— The learning process in vocational high schools is the decisive factor for being able to give birth to vocational secondary education graduates that are in accordance with their... More

    pp. 94-106

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  9. The Moderation Examination of ICT Use on the Association Between Chinese Mainland Students’ Socioeconomic Status and Reading Achievement

    Ya Xiao & Jie Hu, Zhejiang University

    This study explores the moderation effect of the information and communication technology (ICT) on the association between students’ socioeconomic status and their reading achievement. In total, 9,... More

    pp. 107-120

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  10. Pupils’ Opinions on an Educational Virtual Reality Game in Terms of Flow Experience

    Emrah Akman & Recep Çakır, Amasya University

    The purpose of the study is; to evaluate a game developed by using virtual reality technology in the teaching of fractions which is one of the most difficult topics in the fourth-grade mathematics ... More

    pp. 121-137

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  11. Two Parameter Logistics Model with Lognormal Response Time for Computer-based Testing

    Andhita Wulansari, Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta Institut Agama Islam Negeri Ponorogo; Kumaidi Kumaidi, Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta; Samsul Hadi, Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta

    In addition to the information on response pattern/accuracy, Computer-Based Testing (CBT) can also generate information on response time. This research contributes to develop two-parameter... More

    pp. 138-158

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  12. Game-Based Multimedia for Horizontal Numeracy Learning

    Dedi Rohendi, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia

    Recently, game-based multimedia development has been increasing rapidly. Game-based multimedia is not only used for entertaining but also for teaching and learning process. Meanwhile, for the... More

    pp. 159-170

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  13. College English Education Platform Based on Browser/Server Structure and Flipped Classroom

    Yuanbo Li & Chenhui Qu, Hebei Vocational College for Railway Transportation

    The English proficiency of Chinese college students is mainly constrained by their low interest in English learning. The English educators in Chinese colleges must improve the initiative of their... More

    pp. 171-181

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  14. An Innovative English Teaching Mode Based on Massive Open Online Course and Google Collaboration Platform

    Xiufang Liang, Cangzhou Normal University; Jin Pang, Hebei University of Water Resources and Electric Engineering

    The web-based collaborative teaching mode is the key to reforming the teaching mode and developing the teaching practice. To improve the traditional English teaching mode, this paper puts forward... More

    pp. 182-192

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  15. Application of Educational Games for Formation and Development of ICT competence of Teachers

    Anatoliy Petelin, Voronezh State Pedagogical University; Olga Galustyan, Southern Federal University; Tatyana Prosvetova, The Military Educational and Scientific Center of "The Air Force Academy named after Zhukovsky N.E. and Gagarin Y.A."; Elena Petelina & Alexander Ryzhenkov, Voronezh State Pedagogical University

    The process of developing ICT competence of teacher is not only related to fundamental theoretical knowledge, but also to a wide range of practical professional skills. One of the important means... More

    pp. 193-201

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  16. College Students' Law Education Platform Based on Browser/Server and Massive Open Online Courses

    Xue Yang & Zhen Song, Shijiazhuang Vocational College of Finance & Economics

    It is compulsory for us to strength the students’ law education in China in order to develop their overall qualities. It is also what we need to build a harmonious society. Along with the steady... More

    pp. 202-210

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