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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)

Sep 12, 2006 Volume 1, Number 2

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Number of articles: 10

  1. The Moroccan Experience in E-learning in the Ecole des Sciences de lâ?? Information

    Boubker Sbihi, Ecole des Sciences de l'Information Rabat, Morocco

    The objective of this paper is to present the experience of the ESI in distance learning. Certainly, no one can ignore today the impact of the technologies of information and communication on human... More

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  2. Web Services Based Learning Objects Generator for Device-Independent M-Learning

    Akram Alkouz, PSUT

    Learning objects, which are the base component of m-learning system, are usually target to modifications in contexts and formats. The device- dependent applications of hand-held devices have proven... More

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  3. IP-MLI: An Independency of Learning Materials from Platforms in a Mobile Learning using Intelligent Method

    Mohammed Otair, Al-Ahliyya Amman University

    Attempting to deliver a monolithic mobile learning system is too inflexible in view of the heterogeneous mixture of hardware and services available and the desirability of facility blended... More

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  4. Design and Realization of Multimedia-Examinations for large Numbers of Participants in University

    Norman Tschirner, M. Müller, O. Pfeiffer & C. Thomsen, University of Technology, Berlin

    We report on Multimedia Examinations successfully accomplished in a physics lecture for engineering freshmen. The use of New Media enables us to create new types of questions, including Java-based ... More

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  5. Fractal Adaptive Web Service for Mobile Learning

    Ichraf Tirellil & Mona Laroussi, Université des Sciences et Technologies de Lille; Alain Derycke & Henda BenGHezala

    This paper describes our proposition for adaptive web services which is based on configurable, re-usable adaptive/personalized services. To realize our ideas, we have developed an approach for... More

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  6. ICT Staff Development in Jordanian Secondary Schools

    Khalid Ajlouni, Director, GDLN

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  7. Designing Lesson Content in Adaptive Learning Environments

    Danijela Milosevic, assistant professor; Mirjana Brkovic & Dragana Bjekic

    Online learning is widely spreading and adaptive learning environments are increasing its potentials. We present a scenario of adapting learning content towards individual student characteristics... More

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  8. An Irish Cross-Institutional User Needs Analysis of Undergraduate Programming

    Eileen Costelloe, Elizabeth Sherry, Patricia Magee, Frances Murphy & Nora Brophy

    Research literature and practical experience of subject experts indicate that teaching programming to novices has proven challenging for both learner and lecturer. A number of difficulties arise... More

  9. Cooperative Student Assessment Method: an Evaluation Study

    Antonella Grasso & Teresa Roselli, Department of Computer Science - University of Bari

    Training through the Internet poses a series of technical problems and pedagogical issues. Traditional training is not indiscriminate but takes on different forms according to the needs of the... More

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  10. Visual Tools for Quantum Mechanics Education

    Bernd Thaller, University of Graz, Institute for Mathematics and Scientific Computing

    We present the project Visual Quantum Mechanics, which uses computer-generated visualizations and animations to redefine content and quality of quantum-mechanical education at all levels. Main... More

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