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Interdisciplinary Journal of E-Learning and Learning Objects

Jun 24, 2020 Volume 16, Number 1

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Number of articles: 7

  1. From an Artificial Neural Network to Teaching

    Dror Mughaz, Michael Cohen, Tal Ades, Sagit Mejahez & Dan Bouhnik

    Aim/Purpose: Using Artificial Intelligence with Deep Learning (DL) techniques, which mimic the action of the brain, to improve a student’s grammar learning process. Finding the subject of a... More

    pp. 1-17

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  2. An Investigation of Digital Thinking Skills in EFL Digital Instruction

    Tamar Meirovitz & Shai Aran

    Aim/Purpose: The purpose of the current study is to introduce a digital thinking skills (DTS) theoretical model (DTSM) that could support and enhance digital instruction best practices in schools. ... More

    pp. 19-41

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  3. Effects of Multicultural Teamwork on Individual Procrastination

    Ruti Gafni & Anat Goldstein

    Aim/Purpose: The purpose of this study is to discover usage differences in task performance by students of different cultures, by examining procrastination patterns from a national cultural... More

    pp. 43-63

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  4. Accelerated Professional Identity Development Through Social Network Sites

    Sharon Hardof-Jaffe, Baruch Schwarz & Hanoch Flum

    Aim/Purpose: This study aims to uncover how Social Network Sites (SNSs) active users who are eager to be knowledgeable about a specific domain develop a professional identity, what practices they... More

    pp. 65-92

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  5. An Exploratory Study of Online Equity: Differential Levels of Technological Access and Technological Efficacy Among Underserved and Underrepresented Student Populations in Higher Education

    Madhumita Banerjee

    Aim/Purpose: This study aims to explore levels of Technological Access (ownership, access to, and usage of computer devices as well as access to Internet services) and levels of Technological... More

    pp. 93-121

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  6. Enabling IT Self-leadership in Online Education

    U. Eseryel

    Aim/Purpose: This paper investigates the factors contributing to student IT self-leadership in online education using an exploratory study. Specifically, our goal was to understand whether the... More

    pp. 123-142

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  7. Changing Multitasking Intention with Course-Based Undergraduate Research Experiences (CUREs)

    U. Eseryel, John Drake & Deniz Eseryel

    Aim/Purpose: This article aimed to design and evaluate a pedagogical technique for altering students’ classroom digital multitasking behaviors. The technique we designed and evaluated is called... More

    pp. 143-165

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