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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)

Apr 30, 2011 Volume 6, Number 2011

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Number of articles: 13

  1. Online design of Matlab/Simulink block schemes

    Zoltán Janík & Katarína Žáková, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, Slovak University of Technology, Slovakia (Slovak Republic)

    The paper presents a new online tool that enables to build a Matlab/Simulink block scheme in the Internet environment. The block scheme can be designed in similar manner as it is offered by local... More

  2. Design and Development of an Industrial Network Laboratory

    Celina Leão, Filomena Soares, José Machado, Eurico Seabra & Helena Rodrigues, University of Minho, Portugal

    This paper presents the first developments of an industrial network laboratory prototype. In the Automation Laboratory several kits have been implemented for local and remote control tests. The... More

  3. Systemic Approach to Learning Paradigms and the Use of Social Media in Higher Education

    Lauri Kurkela, Oulu University of Applied Scieces, School of Engineering, Finland

    The implementation of social media in learning, teaching and cooperation is an innovation process which has implications at many levels in networking universities. eLearning developers and... More

  4. Linking R&D Activities with Teaching: Water Quality Monitoring in Aquaculture as a Remote Laboratory Proxy for Environmental Studies

    Maria Borges, Joaquim Mendes, Maria Restivo & Carlos Pereira, Portugal

    This work presents a system for on-line study purposes and for demonstrative operation of water quality monitoring based on previous full-scale trials in a commercial aquaculture facility under the... More

  5. Interactive Maths with GeoGebra

    Daniela Velichova, Slovak University of Technology, Slovakia (Slovak Republic)

    This paper brings information on dynamic multiplatform mathematical software GeoGebra produced by Markus Hohenwarter in 2002 for learning and teaching mathematics, available free on web in 45... More

  6. Developing e-course Robust Constrained PID Control

    Peter ?apák, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology at Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Slovakia (Slovak Republic); Mikuláš Huba, MI/PRT, FernUniversität in Hagen, Germany

    This paper informs about the latest development of the blended learning course Robust Constrained PID Control and describes in details problems faced in evaluating independent work of students with... More

  7. An Assistive Computerized System with Tangible User Interfaces for Children with Moderate Intellectual and Learning Disabilities

    Jihad Aljaam, Ali Jaoua, Saleh AlHazbi, Ahmad Hasnah, Ali Karime & Abdelmutalib A. Elsaddik, Qatar

    In this paper we propose an assistive learning system for children with moderate intellectual and learning disabilities that supports collaboration, data exploration, communication and creativity. ... More

  8. Mapping Learning Outcomes and Assignment Tasks for SPIDER Activities

    Lyn Brodie, University of Southern Queensland, Australia; Lyn Brodie, University of Southern Queensland, Australia

    Modern engineering programs have to address rapidly changing technical content and have to enable students to develop transferable skills such as critical evaluation, communication skills and... More

  9. VeSMEL: A Novel Approach for Distance Management of E-Learning Platforms

    Bernabe Batchakui, ENSP-UY1/ ALOCO-LIRIMA, Cameroon; Thomas Djotio, ENSP-UY1/ MASECNES-LIRIMA, Cameroon; Claude Tanggha, ENSP-UY1/ ALOCO-LIRIMA, Cameroon

    This article presents a novel approach for distance management for e-learning platforms based on VeSMp protocol. VeSMEL results from the integration of VeSMp to xMoodle 2.0 platform that has been... More

  10. Providing Learning Computing Labs using Hosting and Virtualization Technologies

    Armide González & Carmelo García, University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain; Santiago Candela, Spain

    This paper presents a computing hosting system to provide virtual computing laboratories for learning activities. This system is based on hosting and virtualization technologies. All the components... More

  11. A Conceptual Model of eLearning Adoption

    Muneer Abbad, Saudi Arabia

    Internet-based learning systems are being used in many universities and firms but their adoption requires a solid understanding of the user acceptance processes. The technology acceptance model ... More

  12. Towards More Authentic Learning in Hypermedia

    Anne-Maritta Tervakari & Kirsi Silius, Tampere University of Technology, Finland

    A major challenge in teaching hypermedia is to illustrate how varying dimensions of using context are related to user's quality experience of online services. The Urban Computing Lab (UCL) tool was... More

  13. A Blended Learning Solution and the Impacts on Attendance and Learning Outcomes

    Ismo Hakala & Mikko Myllymäki, University of Jyväskylä, Finland

    Blended learning based on lecture videos and face-to-face teaching provides good opportunities for students for participation in education, regardless of time or place. The article describes a... More