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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)

Nov 02, 2017 Volume 12, Number 10

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Number of articles: 15

  1. A Model for e-Learning Systems Success: Systems, Determinants, and Performance

    Ismail Romi, College of Administrative Sciences and Information Systems, Palestine Polytechnic University

    E-learning is used by higher education institutions and corporate training institutes as a means of solving performance problems, and the accessibility to educational technology which considered as... More

    pp. 4-20

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  2. The Impact of Reflective Teaching Applications Supported by Edmodo on Prospective Teachers’ Self-Directed Learning Skills

    Cigdem Hursen & Funda Gezer Fasli, Near East University

    The purpose of this research is to determine the impact of reflective teaching applications supported by Edmodo on prospective teachers’ self-directed learning skills. Also, the views of... More

    pp. 21-34

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  3. Computer-Based Testing: Score Equivalence and Testing Administration Mode Preference in a Comparative Evaluation Study

    Hooshang Khoshsima, Associate Professor, Language Department, Faculty of Management and Humanities, Chabahar Maritime University, Chabahar, Iran (Islamic Republic Of); Seyyed Hashemi Toroujeni, M.A. In TEFL, Language Department, Faculty of Management and Humanities, Chabahar Maritime University, Chabahar, Iran (Islamic Republic Of)

    The empirical evidences show that two identical Computer-Based Testing (henceforth CBT) and Paper-and-Pencil-Based Testing (henceforth PBT) do not always result in the same scores. Such conclusions... More

    pp. 35-55

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  4. Determination of Distant Learner’s Sociological Profile Based on Fuzzy Logic and Naïve Bayes Techniques

    Youness Chaabi, Lekdioui Khadija, Fatine Jebbor & Rochdi Messoussi

    The present article is elaborated in the context of e-learning softwares that provide assistance and functionalities to learners engaged in distance learning. Our contribution consists of a system ... More

    pp. 56-75

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  5. Multimodal Approach to Identify Learning Strategies of Visual and Verbal Learners

    Mahendra Sethi, CSMSS Chh Shahu College of Engineering Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University Kanchanwadi, Aurangabad MS India; Santosh Lomte, Principal VDF School of Engineering & Technology, Latur, India; Ulhas Shinde, Principal CSMSS Chh. Shahu College of Engineering Aurangabad (M.S.) India, India

    This paper presents a multimodal approach to identify learning and learning assessment strategies of visual and verbal learner. V-Square test identifies visual and verbal learners. It uses... More

    pp. 76-94

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  6. “What’s the Tab’s Apps?”: Piloting Low-Priced-Tablet-Aided Course Delivery in Teacher Education

    Reynald Cacho, Roel Avila & Edgardo Villaseñor, Philippine Normal University

    Mobile learning generally offers delivery of blended learning or simply as tool for course enhancement in university setting. A small teacher education institution piloted a low-priced-tablet-aided... More

    pp. 95-111

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  7. Determinant Factors Affecting the Web-based Training Acceptance by Health Students, Applying UTAUT Model

    Asgar Sattari, MSc student of Medical library and information sciences. School of health management and medical informatics. Tabriz University of medical sciences. Tabriz, Iran., Iran (Islamic Republic Of); Mohammadhiwa Abdekhoda & Vahideh Zarea Gavgani, Iran (Islamic Republic Of)

    Nowadays Web-based training (WBT) is the most advanced training methods. With the increasing use of modern methods of training in universities necessity of identification of the factors influencing... More

    pp. 112-126

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  8. Towards a Competence-Based Course Authoring Tool Supporting Learning Management Systems

    Benjamin Wallenborn & Matthias Then, FernUniversität Hagen Center for media and IT Universitätsstr. 21 D-58097 Hagen; Minh Hoang, Technische Universität Darmstadt Karolinenplatz 5 D-64289 Darmstadt; Duc Vu & Jana Becker, FTK-Forschungsinstitut für Telekommunikation e.V Martin-Schmeißer-Weg 4 D-44227 Dortmund; Michael Fuchs, Wilhelm Buechner University of Applied Sciences Ostendstraße 3 D-64319 Pfungstad; Dominic Heutelbeck, FTK-Forschungsinstitut für Telekommunikation e.V Martin-Schmeißer-Weg 4 D-44227 Dortmund; Matthias Hemmje, FernUniversität Hagen Universitätsstrasse 1 D-58097 Hagen

    To establish a more comparable, compatible, and coherent system of higher education in Europe, the so-called Bologna Process (BP) has been adopted. As a measure to improve comparability, the BP... More

    pp. 127-146

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  9. Adoption of Flipped Classrooms in K-12 Education in Developing Countries: Challenges and Obstacles

    Abubaker Kashada, Hongguang Li & Chong Su, College of Information Science and Technology Beijing University of Chemical Technology, Beijing, 100029, China

    The popularity of flipped classrooms has been growing worldwide and developing nations have not been left behind. It is a model that reschedules time spent in an outside classroom and its main... More

    pp. 147-157

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  10. Appropriate Thai High School Student Internet Behaviour: A Hierarchical Linear Model Analysis

    Punnee Leekitchwatana & Paitoon Pimdee, Faculty of Industrial Education and Technology, King Mongkut's Institute of Technology Ladkrabang (KMITL), Bangkok, Thailand., Thailand

    The research used a hierarchical linear model to develop a model to study the variables of appropriate Internet use of 2,400 Thai high school students from 48 high schools. Furthermore, the groups ... More

    pp. 158-172

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  11. Is Facebook a Suitable Tool in Modern World Technology for Active Learning in as Regards 21st Century Learning?

    Orawit Thinnukool, Department of Modern Management and Information Technology, College of Arts, Media and Technology, Chiang Mai University; Noodchanath Kongchouy

    The style of learning nowadays has been changed especially for students of Generation Z. The suitable technique for teaching courses needs to be adopted to improve the learning effectiveness of... More

    pp. 173-191

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  12. E-Learning through Single Hand and Two Hand Sign Language

    Vinoth Sir, Vels university Chennai; K. Nirmala

    E-learning is commonly referred to the intentional use of networked information and communications technology for teaching and learning. e-Learning exploits interactive technologies and... More

    pp. 192-201

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  13. Discovering Student E-Learning Preferred Navigation Paths Using Selection Page and Time Preference Algorithm

    Dharmarajan K, Research and Development Centre, Bharathiar University, Department of Information Technology, Vels University, India; M. Dorairangaswamy

    In this paper, the student navigation paths and student or visitor interested page is identified. Student navigation interest pattern mining contains both the frequently navigation path based on... More

    pp. 202-211

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  14. Generated PSM Web Model for E-learning Platform Respecting n-tiers Architecture

    Aziz Srai, Fatima Guerouate, Naoual Berbiche & Hilal HilalDrissi

    E-learning, or learning via a computer or mobile device, is growing. It can take many forms, such as an annotated PowerPoint presentation, a tutorial, or an interactive role-playing game .The... More

    pp. 212-220

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  15. Experimentation of a Multidimensional Model for Tracking Interactions Between Learners During an Online Collaborative Work

    Mohammed Salihoun, Fatima Guerouate & Mohamed Sbihi, Mohamed V University in Rabat

    The development of e-learning systems has started a revolution for instructional content delivering, learning activities, and social communication. Although the benefits of e-learning have been... More

    pp. 221-229

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