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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)

Mar 14, 2019 Volume 14, Number 5

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Number of articles: 15

  1. Students’ Identities and its Relationships with their Engagement in an Online Learning Community

    Fariza Khalid, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia

    Abstract—Communities of practice’ approaches have been proven to be effective in enhancing students’ learning as well as helping them to cultivate inter-personal skills, especially within the... More

    pp. 4-19

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  2. Understanding the Generation Z Behavior on D-Learning: A Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology (UTAUT) Approach

    Satria Persada & Bobby Miraja, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember Address line: Jl. Raya ITS City: Surabaya Province: Jawa Timur Postal code: 60111 Country: Indonesia; Reny Nadlifatin, University of 17 Agustus 1945 Surabaya Address line: 45th Semolowaru City: Surabaya Postal code: 60118 Country: Indonesia

    The present research explores how the young people maximize their potential in learning based on their generation. The Generation Z is considered as the generation that is still in high school and ... More

    pp. 20-33

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  3. Learners’ Experience Towards E-Assessment Tools: A Comparative Study on Virtual Reality and Moodle Quiz

    Ahmed Al-Azawei, Wadhah Baiee & Mustafa Mohammed, College of Information Technology University of Babylon

    Although the integration of virtual world in teaching and learning has been investigated, there is a scarcity of research considering its influence on assessing learners’ understanding and... More

    pp. 34-50

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  4. Adaptive Recommender System for an Intelligent Classroom Teaching Model

    Hanhui Lin, Shaoqun Xie, Zhiguo Xiao, Xinxin Deng, Hongwei Yue & Ken Cai

    The development of information technology has facilitated the use of the intelligent classroom model supported by information technology to improve the college students’ comprehensive quality and... More

    pp. 51-63

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  5. Predictors of Academic Achievement in Blended Learning: the Case of Data Science Minor

    Ilya Musabirov, Stanislav Pozdniakov & Ksenia Tenisheva, National Research University Higher School of Economics

    This paper is dedicated to studying patterns of learning behavior in connection with educational achievement in multi-year undergraduate Data Science minor specialization for non-STEM students. We ... More

    pp. 64-74

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  6. The Flexible Scheduling Paradigm: The Prototype School

    Yaakov Snyder, Ph.D. from the Technion. I am an independent researcher. Two of the co-authors are Professors at the Technion. Two of the authors are software programmers.; Yale Herer & Michael Moore, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology; Avishai Catane, Senior Software Programmer; Richard Novak

    The flexible scheduling paradigm (FSP) improves student learning by dynamically redeploying teachers and other pedagogical resources to provide students with customized learning conditions over... More

    pp. 75-96

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  7. Automatic Profiling of Open-Ended Survey Data on Medical Workplace Teaching

    Mirka Saarela, University of Jyväskylä; Jukka Lahtonen, Minna Ruoranen, Annika Mäkeläinen & Teuvo Antikainen, Central Finland Health Care District; Tommi Kärkkäinen, University of Jyväskylä

    On-the-job medical training is known to be challenging due to the fast-paced environment and strong vocational profile. It relies on on-site supervisors, mainly doctors and nurses with long... More

    pp. 97-107

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  8. Social Media Usage Patterns in Higher Education Institutions – An Empirical Study

    Yanka Aleksandrova & Silvia Parusheva, University of Economics Varna

    The main goal of this research is to identify some notable trends, opportunities and limitations regarding the application of social media in higher education based on studying the way students use... More

    pp. 108-121

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  9. ICTs For Emotional and Social Skills Development for Children with ADHD And ASD Co-existence

    Lizeta Bakola, Nikolaos Rizos & Athanasios Drigas, National Center for Scientific Research “Demokritos”, Agia Paraskevi

    ADHD and autism, also called Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), according to the DSM-5, are both two of the most common neurodevelopmental disorders in childhood although they can continue into... More

    pp. 122-131

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  10. The Influence of Group Size in the Asynchronous Online Discussions on the Development of Critical Thinking Skills, and on Improving Students’ Performance in Online Discussion Forum

    Mohammed Afify, Educational Technology Department, College of Education, Imam Abdulrahman Bin Faisal University, P.O. Box 1982, City Dammam, 31441, mafify@uod.edu.sa, Saudi Arabia

    Asynchronous Online Discussions (AOD) are considered as one of the most ma-jor tools in learning management systems which are used in universities. The ex-ploitation of AODs forums offer students... More

    pp. 132-152

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  11. Evaluating M-Learning System Adoption by Faculty Members in Saudi Arabia Using Concern Based Adoption Model (CBAM) Stages of Concern

    Mohammed Al Masarweh, Management Information System Department Faculty of College of Business in Rabigh King Abdulaziz University

    This study assesses the use of an m-learning system by faculty members in Saudi Arabia using a new approach and methodology. Optimum use of educational technology requires consideration of... More

    pp. 153-164

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  12. Study on the Network-Based English Phonetics Teaching Mode for English-Major Students

    Yan Wang & Hai Zhou, Anhui Institute of Information Technology

    With the development of Information Technology, internet is accessible to all, especially to the students. Based on the network, English teaching is changing greatly, which is not simply with... More

    pp. 165-175

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  13. Interactive Teaching of Digital Electronics in Agricultural Universities in China

    Longsheng Fu, College of Mechanical and Electronic Engineering, Northwest A&F University, Yangling 712100, China; Xin Zhang, Washington State University; Yaqoob Majeed, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad; Rui Li, Northwest A&F University

    This article exemplifies the establishment of digital electronic course in Northwest A&F University, which is a typical agricultural university in China, for students who are majoring in electronic... More

    pp. 176-187

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  14. Implementation of a Blended Learning Model in Content- Based EFL Curriculum

    Wen Yu & Xiaozhou Du

    Due to the tremendous advancements in technology, blended learning has become a focus in modern higher education which combines the online and face-to-face learning. Blended learning for English as... More

    pp. 188-199

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  15. Exploring New Ways of eTandem and Telecollaboration Through the WebRTC Protocol: Students’ Engagement and Perceptions

    Alberto Andujar, University of Almería; Cristóbal Medina-López

    The present research investigates students’ degree of engagement and per-ceptions in a telecollaboration project which incorporates the use of the WebRTC (Web Real-time Communication) protocol and ... More

    pp. 200-217

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