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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)

Jun 20, 2012 Volume 7, Number 2

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 10

  1. The Horse Before the Cart! The English Language Learners Experience of Using E-learning System

    Mohammad Alhabahba, Taibah University, English Language Centre, Deanery of Academic services; Azidah Abu Ziden, School of educational studies, University Sains Malaysia; Ali Albdour, College of Business and Administration Princess Nora Bint Abdul Rahman University; Bashar Alsayyed, Taibah University, English Language Centre, Deanery of Academic services

    This study examined the intention to use E-learning among EFL learners. A total of 147 English language learners responded to the survey, these students have access to E-learning system. The chief ... More

    pp. 4-12

  2. Which e-Learning Technology is Right for me?

    Jo Coldwell, Deakin University, Australia; Jenine Beekhuyzen, Griffith University, Australia; Annemieke Craig, Deakin University, Australia

    The range of technologies available to support teaching and learning in higher education continues to grow exponentially. There is a growing expectation for educators to be well informed and... More

    pp. 13-21

  3. Learner Behavior Analysis on an Online Learning Platform

    Ismail El Haddioui & Mohamed Khaldi, LIROSA lab, Abdelmalek Essaadi University, Faculty of Sciences, Tetouan, Morocco

    This paper introduces the study of the learners' behavior on e-learning platform to create profiles that regroup learners according to their behavior on the platform. This system can be used by the... More

    pp. 22-25

  4. Aligning Curriculum and Evidencing Learning Effectiveness Using Semantic Mapping of Learning Assets

    Phil Ice & Melissa Burgess, American Public University System; Justin Beals, Independent Consultant; Jennifer Staley, American Public University System

    The ability to evidence learning effectiveness in virtual learning environments for accreditation purposes has posed as a challenge to higher education institutions who offer online courses. Many... More

    pp. 26-31

  5. Exploring the Dimensions of E-learning Maturity Model

    George Iskander, Sur College for Applied Science

    Despite the highlighting on e-learning, it was obvious that models for successful deployment have not yet been recognized. Even with the huge quantities of money being spent, it is not clear that... More

    pp. 32-38

  6. Discomfort in e-Learning: Does it Impact Learners?

    Issham Ismail, Adi Syahid & Azman Nizuwan, Malaysia

    This study is designed to measure readiness among distance learner to embrace new technologies in their studies. This study involved 190 distance learner from the School of Distance Education,... More

    pp. 39-42

  7. Adaptive Content Presentation in Asynchronous Learning Environments

    Georgios Tsoulouhas, Dimitrios Georgiou & Alexandros Karakos, Greece

    In Adaptive Educational Hypermedia Systems (AEHS), we expect that the learning content presentation should be appropriately retrieved from learning object repositories, and dynamically tailored to ... More

    pp. 43-49

  8. Honorable Mention for CNUR816: Health Assessment at Ryerson University

    Mariam Ahmed, The G. Raymond School of Continuing Education, Ryerson University; Diane Pirner, Daphne Cockwell School of Nursing, Ryerson University; Linda Koechli & Maureen Glynn, The G. Raymond School of Continuing Education, Ryerson University

    This article provides an overview of the digital learning objects created to address the need for More

    pp. 50-52

  9. E-Learning using Cyberinfrastructure

    Jessie Walker, University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff; S. Swaid, Philander Smith College, Little Rock, AR 72201 USA; M. Mortazvi, University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, Pine Bluff, AR 71601 USA

    Cyberinfrastructure has become a major defining force for America, because of its economic, social, and national importance. Over the last two decades, scientists within all sectors of Science,... More

    pp. 53-56

  10. Effectiveness of AutoCAD 3D Software as a Learning Support Tool

    Fatariah Zakaria, Azidah Abu ziden & Ahmad Othman, Malaysia

    The aim of this study is to test the effectiveness of AutoCAD 3D software in learning of Engineering Drawing to enhance students understanding. Data were collected from a sample of students from a ... More

    pp. 57-60