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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)

Jun 05, 2006 Volume 1, Number 1

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Number of articles: 11

  1. Mobile Message Services Using Text, Audio or Video for Improving the Learning Infrastructure in Higher Education

    Björn Hedin, KTH/CSC

    This study examines how media files sent to mobile phones can be used to improve education at universities, and describes a prototype implement of such a system using standard components. To... More

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  2. Elearning Systems Based on the Semantic Web

    George Sammour, Princess Sumaya University of Technology Amman, Jordan

    ELearning has been identified as a strategic resource that can be utilized as an increasing variety of venues such as homes, workplaces, and traditional institutions of learning, education, and... More

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  3. Wireless Technologies Bridging the Digital Divide in Education

    Gerard Smyth, Intel Ireland Ltd.

    The objective of this paper is to demonstrate how the latest wireless standards and technologies may overcome the digital divide in education in the developed and developing worlds. The concept of ... More

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  4. Evaluating the Effectiveness of m-learning in the Teaching of Multi-media to First Year University Students

    Duncan McPhee, Nathan Thomas, Paula Thomas & Mark Ware

    This paper describes an experiment in which we attempt to gauge the effectiveness of m-learning. This is achieved by comparing the teaching of introductory multimedia concepts to first year... More

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  5. Distributed Digital Book

    Mario Žagar, Ivana Bosni? & Martin Žagar, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, Croatia

    Concept of distributed digital book (DDB) based on the XML is proposed. The author's side as well as the reader's side are analyzed. Different book modules and their frameworks are defined. Module ... More

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  6. Challenge: A Multidisciplinary Degree Program in Bioinformatics

    Mudasser Wyne, University of Michigan-Flint, USA, United States

    Bioinformatics is a new field that is poorly served by any of the traditional science programs in Biology, Computer science or Biochemistry. Known to be a rapidly evolving discipline,... More

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  7. Exploring attitudes of learners with respect to different learning strategies and performances using statistical methods

    Silvia Viola, Dip. Ingegneria Informatica, Gestionale e dell'Automazione - Universita' Politecnica delle Marche, Ancona, Italy; Alberto Giretti, Dip. di Architettura, Costruzioni e Strutture - Universita' Politecnica delle Marche, Ancona, Italy; Tommaso Leo, Dip. Ingegneria Informatica, Gestionale e dell'Automazione - Universita' Politecnica delle Marche, Ancona, Italy

    In this work the problem of identifying relationships between different learning strategies and learning outcomes is addressed. Classical statistical methods such as p values and chi square test,... More

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  8. Using Learning Objects in Teaching Science

    Roza Dumbraveanu & Nicolae Balmus

    In this paper we describe an approach of developing and implementing the concept of learning objects in teaching science at university level. We have developed a series of learning units which can ... More

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  9. Distance Tutoring in Mechanics

    Göran Karlsson, Royal Institute of Technology Stockholm, Sweden

    Tutoring has been a central part of the educational system at the long established universities of Cambridge and Oxford in the UK. Previously, at most two students could be tutored in the... More

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  10. Personalized E-Learning in the Semantic Web

    Nicola Henze, L3S Research Center Hannover, Germany

    This paper describes our idea for realizing personalized e-Learning in the Semantic Web. We have developed a framework for designing, implementing and maintaining Personal Learning Object Readers, ... More

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  11. IMCL200 Welcome

    Michael Auer, Carinthia Tech Institute and International Assocation of Online Engineering, Austria

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