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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)

Oct 05, 2020 Volume 15, Number 19

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Number of articles: 19

  1. DiagrammER: A Web Application to Support the Teaching-Learning Process of Database Courses Through the Creation of E-R Diagrams

    Carlos Jaimez-González & Jazmín Martínez-Samora, Departamento de Tecnologías de la Información Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana Unidad Cuajimalpa, México

    This paper presents a web application to support the teaching-learning process of undergraduate database courses, which allows students to practice their knowledge on data modeling using Entity... More

    pp. 4-21

  2. Quality Standards in Online Education: The ISO/IEC 40180 Framework

    Khitam Shraim, Palestine Technical University - Kadoorie

    As higher education institutions (HEIs) make growing use of online education, enhancing and ensuring quality in online education (QOE) have become increasingly important for their competitiveness. ... More

    pp. 22-36

  3. Digital Teaching Competence and Space Competence with TPACK in Social Sciences

    Isabel Gómez-Trigueros, University of Alicante

    Research on training in knowledge related to geolocation with technologies shows the training potentials and limitations that these resources offer for teachers in training. This study examines the... More

    pp. 37-52

  4. Application of Computer in Online Teaching of Professional Courses

    Xiaohua Jin, Zhongyuan University of Technology, Zhengzhou 450007, China

    Due to the ongoing public health crisis, computer online teaching has become a new normal. It is very meaningful to explore how to effectively apply computer in online teaching. In this paper, the ... More

    pp. 53-65

  5. Autonomous Learning Mode based on a Four-Element Teaching Design for Visual Communication Course

    Yan Zhao & Yuemeng Luo, University of Science and Technology Liaoning

    With the development and improvement of information transfer efficiency in this era, visual communication has people's life and communication. However, the thinking in the traditional visual... More

    pp. 66-82

  6. The Effect of Problem-Based Hybrid Learning (PBHL) Models on Spatial Thinking Ability and Geography Learning Outcomes

    Saiful Amin, Universitas Islam Negeri Maulana Malik Ibrahim Malang; Sumarmi Sumarmi, Syamsul Bachri & Singgih Susilo, Universitas Negeri Malang; Abdul Bashith, Universitas Islam Negeri Maulana Malik Ibrahim Malang

    PBHL is a learning model that combines PBL with hybrid learning. This study aims to 1) determine the effect of the PBHL model on spatial thinking ability and 2) determine the effect of the PBHL... More

    pp. 83-94

  7. Design and Development of an e-Learning Project Management System: Modelling and Prototyping

    Maha Khaldi & Mohamed Erradi, University Abdelmalek Essaadi Morrocco

    In this work, based on the results obtained concerning the analysis and the needs of our project which concerns the design and development of an e-Learning project management system, we present the... More

    pp. 95-106

  8. Comprehensive Evaluation of Music Course Teaching Level Based on Improved Multi-attribute Fuzzy Evaluation Model

    Liuqing Yang, Henan Radio & Television University, Zhengzhou, China

    Aiming at the problems of multi-attribute fuzzy information and imperfect evaluation system existing in the current evaluation process of music course teaching level, the paper studies the multi... More

    pp. 107-121

  9. Exploring Students’ Knowledge and Practice of Digital Citizenship in Higher Education

    Ahlam Al-Abdullatif, King Faisal University; Azza Gameil, King Faisal University

    The purpose of this study is to investigate undergraduate students’ knowledge and practice of eight of the nine elements of digital citizenship: digital commerce, digital communication, digital... More

    pp. 122-142

  10. Factors Affecting Mathematics Achievement In Central Asian Specialized Universities

    Yershat Sapazhanov, Alibek Orynbassar & Shirali Kadyrov, Suleyman Demirel University; Bakhyt Sydykhov, Suleman Demirel University

    This study examines variables explaining student’s academic performances in mathematics from specialized engineering institutions. A survey consisting of 42 items was conducted from 127 students... More

    pp. 143-153

  11. Utilisation Status and User Satisfaction of Online Education Platforms

    Xi Chen, College of Accounting and Finance, Taizhou Vocational College of Science and Technology, Taizhou 318020, China; Erya Xia, Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand; Wen Jia, Campus A, Yibin University, Yibin 644000, China

    In the information age, the proliferation of online education platforms is accompanied by various problems. This paper aims to solve the problems of online education platforms, making them more... More

    pp. 154-170

  12. Interpreting the Cultural and Academic Experiences of PhD Students from the Indian Sub-Continent and the Chinese Regions in Australian Universities

    Yasir Latif & Neil Harrison, Macquarie University, Sydney; Hye-Eun Chu

    This study aims to identify factors that can improve the cultural and academic experiences of East Asian PhD students attending Australian universities. We focus on two key aspects of students’... More

    pp. 171-186

  13. Students’ Perceptions and Information-Sharing Patterns in Learning Authoring System Course through Blogging

    Nur Abdul Kadir, Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Bidor; Zaidatun Tasir, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia

    The use of blogs in teaching and learning has emerged as a useful education-al technology resource. Hence, this study’s objective is to investigate the students’ perception of blogs and the blog... More

    pp. 187-199

  14. Attitude to ICT and Self-Evaluation of Fluency in Using New Digital Devices, Websites and Software among Pre-Service Teachers

    Łukasz Tomczyk, Pedagogical University of Cracow, Poland

    The objective of the research was to obtain data on the attitudes of the future generation of teachers towards using new media in their didactic and educational activities. Additionally, the text... More

    pp. 200-212

  15. Socio-Economic Profiling of Students and its Impact on Learning Outcomes

    Abraham Owoseni, Covenant University; Eziyi Ibem, Department of Architecture, Faculty of Environmental Sciences, University of Nigeria, Nsukka, Enugu State, Nigeria; Akunnaya Opoko, Department of Architecture, Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State, Nigeria

    Every student has a need; and the topmost aspiration of every student is to be self-fulfilled with commendable performance in school. For this aspiration to be achieved, many factors such as the... More

    pp. 213-222

  16. Virtual Reality and Serious Games Using in Distance Learning in Medicine in Bulgaria

    Galya Georgieva-Tsaneva, Institute of Robotics, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences; Ivanichka Serbezova, Faculty of Public Health and Health Care, Ruse University “Angel Kanchev”

    Thе paper presents the inclusion of new innovative methods in medical education in Bulgaria. Recently, schools around the world have had to move to distance learning for their students. The use of ... More

    pp. 223-230

  17. Best Practices in Running IT Hackathons Based on Paragon University Dataset

    Azamat Serek, Suleyman Demirel University; Meirambek Zhaparov, Paragon International University; Seong-Moo Yoo, University of Alabama in Huntsville; Assem Talasbek, Suleyman Demirel University; Yong-Kab Kim & Min-Woo Jin, Wonkwang University

    Hackathons are special activities, which normally last about 1-3 days with teams to present their innovative solutions to the given problems in the IT domain. In this paper, we report the Paragon... More

    pp. 231-238

  18. Impersonation Attack-Defense Tree

    Yusep Rosmansyah, Ignatius Hendarto & Demby Pratama, Bandung Institute of Technology

    Nowadays, online learning or e-learning has become increasingly popular and evolved. Many academic institutions use the Learning Management System (LMS) as a medium for delivering e-learning. A... More

    pp. 239-246

  19. Serious Game Design: Presenting a New Generic Creative Reflection Framework

    Fatima-Zohra El Arroum, Mostafa Hanoune & Youness Zidoun, Hassan II Casablanca University

    Serious games are transcending the way of teaching and learning nowadays. Since serious games balance playful and educational aspects, it constitutes a privileged learning method for the digital... More

    pp. 247-255