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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)

Jan 22, 2018 Volume 13, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 15

  1. Building Learning System for Content Knowledge and Social Knowledge

    S.M.F.D Syed Mustapha, Computer Science Deaprtment College of Computers and Information Technology Taif University

    In the late 50’s or early 60’s, there were huge interests towards building learning systems for individual learning and they are called with various names such as Intelligent Tutoring System,... More

    pp. 4-22

  2. Big Data Emerging Technology: Insights into Innovative Environment for Online Learning Resources

    Miftachul Huda; Andino Maseleno, Universiti Brunei Darussalam; Pardimin Atmotiyoso, Maragustam Siregar, Roslee Ahmad, Kamarul Jasmi & Nasrul Muhamad

    Digital devices like tablets, smart phones, and laptop have become increasingly raised and utilised in higher education. As a result, current trends on ICT (information and communication technology... More

    pp. 23-36

  3. SPOC-based Flipped Classroom of College English: Construction of an Effective Learning Model

    Erwen Zhang, Wenming Zhang & Chengxing Jin, Anhui Polytechnic University, Wuhu 241000, Anhui, China

    Effective college English learning has long been overwhelmed by the focus on effective teaching in the traditional classroom teaching model. This paper first discusses the essential elements in... More

    pp. 37-45

  4. Learning Analytics Through Serious Games: Data Mining Algorithms for Performance Measurement and Improvement Purposes

    Abdelali Slimani, Fatiha Elouaai, Lotfi Elaachak, Othman Bakkali Yedri & Mohammed Bouhorma, Computer science, systems and telecommunication Laboratory (LIST), Faculty of sciences and technologies, University Abdelmalek Essaadi, Tangier, Morocco; Mateu Sbert, Institut d’Informàtica i Aplicacions, Universitat de Girona, Spain School of Computer Science and Technology, Tianjin University

    learning analytics is an emerging discipline focused on the measurement, collection, analysis and reporting of learner interaction data through the E-learning contents. Serious game provides a... More

    pp. 46-64

  5. Modelling Online Course Services and Comparison of its Major Providers

    Abdullah Alkaff, Mochamad Qomarudin, Sylmina Alkaff & Yusuf Bilfaqih, Institute of Technology Sepuluh Nopember (ITS), 60111

    Online course has created many success stories since its inceptions. It has opened opportunities for learners, instructors, universities, companies, and other organizations to fulfill their needs... More

    pp. 65-81

  6. The Role of Infographics for the Development of Skills for Cognitive Modeling in Education

    Ivo Damyanov & Nikolay Tsankov, South-West University

    Contemporary culture is a visual culture. Visual images become the predominant form of communication. Students should be visually literate and be able to read and use visual language, to decode,... More

    pp. 82-92

  7. Role and Value of Learning Theories in the Area of Adaptive Educational Hypermedia Systems Incorporating Learning Styles

    Xanthippi Tsortanidou & Charalampos Karagiannidis, University of Thessaly; Adamantios Koumpis, Universität Passau

    The purpose of this study was to investigate the pedagogical basis of Adaptive Educational Hypermedia Systems (AEHS) that incorporate Learning Styles concerning learning paradigms and learning... More

    pp. 93-108

  8. Effects of the Gamification Supported Flipped Classroom Model on the Attitudes and Opinions Regarding Game-Coding Education

    Hasan Özer, Sezer Kanbul & Fezile Ozdamli, Near East University

    The aim of this study is to determine the opinions of teacher candidate students about applications and effects of attitudes for coding by making Project Development course with gamification... More

    pp. 109-123

  9. Designing and Evaluating the Use of Smartphones to Facilitate Online Testing in Second-Language Teacher Education (SLTE): An Auto-Ethnographic Study

    Nani Solihati, University of Muhammadiyah Prof. DR. HAMKA; Herri Mulyono

    This paper reports on an auto-ethnographic study aiming to identify insights into the practice of using smartphone to facilitate online testing in context of second language teacher education (SLTE... More

    pp. 124-137

  10. Recent Developments in Game-Based Virtual Reality Educational Laboratories Using the Microsoft Kinect

    Mingshao Zhang, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville; Zhou Zhang, New York City College of Technology; Yizhe Chang, El-Sayed Aziz, Sven Esche & Constantin Chassapis, Stevens Institute of Technology

    Virtual Reality (VR) is a well-known concept and has been proven to be beneficial in various areas. However, several disadvantages inherent in VR prevent its broad deployment in the educational... More

    pp. 138-159

  11. Collaborative Learning at Engineering Universities: Benefits and Challenges

    Olga Sumtsova, Tatiana Aikina & Liudmila Bolsunovskaya, National Research Tomsk Polytechnic University; Chris Phillips, Newcastle University; Olga Zubkova & Peter Mitchell, National Research Tomsk State University

    This paper concerns the cutting edge educational approaches incorporated into syllabuses of the most progressive Russian higher technical schools. The authors discuss one of the active methods in... More

    pp. 160-177

  12. Constraint-based Student Modelling in Probability Story Problems with Scaffolding Techniques

    Nabila Khodeir, Nayer Wanas & Hanan Elazhary, Electronics Research Institute

    Constraint-based student modelling (CBM) is an important technique employed in intelligent tutoring systems to model student knowledge to provide relevant assistance. This paper introduces the Math... More

    pp. 178-205

  13. Enhanced Peer Assessment in MOOC Evaluation Through Assignment and Review Analysis

    Ramón Alcarria, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. E.T.S.I. en Topografía, Geodesia y Cartografía. Campus Sur de la UPM. Km 7.5 de la Autovía de Valencia. 28031 Madrid; Borja Bordel, Diego Martín de Andrés & Tomás Robles, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. ETSI Telecommunication. Av. Complutense Nº 30 28040 Madrid

    The rapid evolution of MOOCs in recent years has produced a change in the education of students and in the development of professional skills. There is an increasing pressure on universities to... More

    pp. 206-219

  14. On China’s English Teaching Reform: From Micro-lesson and MOOCs to Flipped Class

    Wenming Zhang & Erwen Zhang, Anhui Polytechnic University, Wuhu 241000, Anhui, China

    This paper aims to find possible ways to reform China’s English teaching with the application of micro-lesson, Moocs and flipped class. Based on the summary of the current studies on micro-lesson, ... More

    pp. 220-229

  15. The Development of STEM Literacy Using the Learning Process of Scientific Imagineering through AR

    Somsak Techakosit, Kasetsart University; Prachyanun Nilsook

    The aim of this research was to 1) study the elements of STEM literacy for SIGAR and 2) study the development of STEM literacy by using SIGAR. The research methodology was divided into two phases: ... More

    pp. 230-238