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International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies

Feb 12, 2021 Volume 15, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Number of papers: 10

  1. Penetration Test for the 3G Internet Service Provider and Free Basics Service by Facebook

    Salim Zaki, Dijalh University College (DUC), Bagdhdad, Iraq

    The number of devices connected to the Internet using mobile devices is increasing every day. Charge for mobile data over 3G and 4G networks is high in some countries which pushes users to browse... More

    pp. 4-16

  2. Entrepreneurship Education Through Mobile Augmented Reality for Introducing SMEs in Higher Education

    Robinson Situmorang, Cecep Kustandi & Santi Maudiarti, Universitas Negeri Jakarta; Retno Widyaningrum & Diana Ariani, Universitas Negeri Jakarta, Jakarta, Indonesia

    Education is a place to introduce culture and micro, small and medium enterprises in areas far from the capital. In Technology Education Study Program, Universitas Negeri Jakarta has the vision to ... More

    pp. 17-29

  3. A High-Performance Routing Protocol Based on Mobile Agent for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks

    Vu Quy, Pham Chuan, Vi Nam & Dao Linh, Hung Yen University of Technology and Education; Nguyen Ban, Posts and Telecommunications Institute of Technology; Nguyen Han, Hanoi University of Science and Technology

    This paper presents a modification of a well-known routing protocol, namely Ad hoc On-Demand Distance Vector, as a solution to improve the performance of mobile ad hoc networks. We adapted the... More

    pp. 30-42

  4. A Novel and Efficient Priority-Based Cross-Layer Contextual Unobservability Scheme Against Global Attacks for WMSNs

    Islam Almalkawi, Jafar Raed, Ayoub Alsarhan, Alaa Abdallah & Emad Abdallah, Hashemite University

    Even though many security schemes proposed for wireless sensor networks protect transmitted data content from being revealed to different types of attacks and fulfill most of the desired security... More

    pp. 43-69

  5. A Development of the Flipped Learning Model Using the Critical Inquiry Process to Enhance Research Skills

    Siriwatchana Kaeophanuek & Naparat Chookerd, Walailak University

    Flipped Classroom’ has become more popular in higher education for encouraging self-learning enthusiasm. This research aims to propose a learning process model of flipped classroom to develop... More

    pp. 70-83

  6. Interactive Mobile Technologies on Civic Education Learning in Higher Education

    Muhammad Japar, Yuyus Kardiman & Raharjo Raharjo, Universitas Negeri Jakarta; Dini Fadhillah, Universitas Sebelas Maret; Syifa Syarifa, Universitas Negeri Jakarta

    This study aims to describe the process of developing mobile learning on social tolerance material in higher education. Data collection was carried out using the Instructional Development Institute... More

    pp. 84-96

  7. “SuperWomen”: A Smart Mobile Application for Social Security focusing Threats and Supports for Women

    Natasha Monalisa, Shinthi Himi, Nayeema Ferdous, Ezharul Islam & Anup Majumder, Jahangirnagar University

    Though in this modern society men and women are said to be given equal rights, having no gender discrimination, women are still considered weak and endlessly facing rape, domestic violence, eve... More

    pp. 97-112

  8. A Combined Model for Continuous Intention to Use E-Learning System

    Ragad Tawafak, AlBuraimi College; Sohail Malik, Alburaimi College; Roy Mathew, AlBuraimi College; Mohammed Ashfaque, Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, India; Jasiya Jabbar & Maryam AlNuaimi, AlBuraimi College; Abdalla ElDow, AlAnhar University; Ghaliya Alfarsi, AlBuraimi College

    E-learning systems installed in educational institutions have increased the efficiency of scholarly processes over the years. E-learning, however, has faced many factors affecting the continuous... More

    pp. 113-129

  9. Practical Learning Media in Subject Maintenance of Chassis and Power (MCP) Based Online: Simple Learning Using Videos on YouTube

    Rabiman Rabiman, Universitas Sarjanawiyata Tamansiswa; Putu Sudira, Herminarto Sofyan & Muhammad Nurtanto

    Online media-assisted learning is becoming a necessity at this time, where users have a level of interest in using mobile devices. YouTube has been used by several universities as a learning medium... More

    pp. 130-145

  10. IoT Enabled Wearable Device for COVID Safety and Emergencies

    Santhosha Rao, Associate Professor-Senior Scale Department of I&CT Manipal Institute of Technology A constituent unit of Manipal Academy of Higher Education ,Manipal

    The worldwide outbreak of COVID-19 has significantly changed the mindset of the people and over the period they started practicing healthy lifestyle to contain the spread of the virus. Despite this... More

    pp. 146-154