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Journal of Educational Technology Systems

2011 Volume 39, Number 4

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Flexible Simulation E-Learning Environment for Studying Digital Circuits and Possibilities for It Deployment as Semantic Web Service

    P Radoyska, T Ivanova & N Spasova

    In this article we present a partially realized project for building a distributed learning environment for studying digital circuits Test and Diagnostics at TU-Sofia. We describe the main... More

    pp. 349-369

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  2. Definition and Analysis of a System for the Automated Comparison of Curriculum Sequencing Algorithms in Adaptive Distance Learning

    Carla Limongelli, Filippo Sciarrone, Marco Temperini & Giulia Vaste

    LS-Lab provides automatic support to comparison/evaluation of the Learning Object Sequences produced by different Curriculum Sequencing Algorithms. Through this framework a teacher can verify the... More

    pp. 397-417

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  3. Toward a Model for the Conceptual Understanding of Personal Learning Environments: A Case Study

    Malinka Ivanova & Mohamed Amine Chatti

    The development of Personal Learning Environments (PLEs) is in the scope of research groups and educators aiming to propose suitable mechanisms for the organization of self-controlled and self... More

    pp. 419-439

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  4. 3D Technology Selection for a Virtual Learning Environment by Blending ISO 9126 Standard and AHP

    Aydin Cetin & Inan Guler

    Web3D presents many opportunities for learners in a virtual world or virtual environment over the web. This is a great opportunity for open-distance education institutions to benefit from web3d... More

    pp. 441-452

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  5. The Comparability of Marking on Screen and on Paper: The Case of Liberal Studies in Hong Kong

    David Coniam

    This article details an investigation into the onscreen marking (OSM) of Liberal Studies (LS) in Hong Kong--where paper-based marking (PBM) of public examinations is being phased out and wholly... More

    pp. 453-469

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