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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)

Dec 20, 2018 Volume 13, Number 12

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 17

  1. Design of an Intelligent Educational Resource Production System

    Brahim Faqihi; Najima Daoudi, SSL, NSCSSA (National School of Computer Science and Systems Analysis) LYRICA, SIS (School of Information Sciences) UNIVERSITY MOHAMMED V - SOUISSI RABAT MOROCCO.; Rachida Ajhoun, SSL, NSCSSA (National School of Computer Science and Systems Analysis) UNIVERSITY MOHAMMED V - SOUISSI RABAT MOROCCO.

    In the field of learning, we are witnessing more and more the introduction of new environments in order to better meet the specific needs of the main actors of the process. The shift from face-to... More

    pp. 4-18

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  2. Experiential Learning in Bioinformatics – Learner Support for Complex Workflow Modelling and Analysis

    Vijini Mallawaarachchi, Anuradha Wickaramarachchi & Anuradha Weliwita; Indika Perera, Senior Lecturer; Dulani Meedeniya

    Bioinformatics is focused on deriving biological understanding from large amounts of data with specialized skills and computational tools. Students, who wish to pursue a career as a... More

    pp. 19-34

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  3. Construction and Practice of SPOC Teaching Mode based on MOOC

    Zhe Kang, Beijing Foreign Studies University; Le He, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières

    The traditional teaching mode focuses on teachers’ instructions. However, this approach provides few opportunities for teacher–student interaction and single teaching form and lacks training on the... More

    pp. 35-49

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  4. KinFit: A Factual Aerobic Sport Game with Stimulation Support

    AbdelGhani Karkar & Somaya AlMaadeed, Qatar University; Rehab Salem, Mariam AbdelHady, Sara Abou-Aggour & Hafsa Samea

    Overweight and obesity is a situation where a person has stacked too much fat that might affect negatively his/her health. Many people skip doing exercises due to several facts related to the... More

    pp. 50-66

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  5. Promoting Historical Thinking in Schools through Low Fidelity, Low-Cost, Easily Reproduceable, Tangible and Embodied Interactions

    Stergios Kalpakis; George Palaigeorgiou, Lecturer, Department of Primary Education, University of Western Macedonia; Kostas Kasvikis

    Many ubiquitous technologies, such as augmented and virtual reality, virtual field trips, tangible environments and interactive installations are continuously being examined for learning about... More

    pp. 67-82

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  6. Design and Implementation of Anonymized Social Network-based Mobile Game System for Learning Mathematics

    Petar Juric, Marija Brkic Bakaric & Maja Matetic, University of Rijeka, Department of Informatics, Radmile Matejcic 2, 51000 Rijeka, Croatia

    Group work and student collaboration during problem solving sessions are teaching methods which positively affect learning outcomes and socialisation. It is extremely complex to find a way of... More

    pp. 83-98

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  7. A Study of Using Smart Book to Enhance Communication Ability for Hearing-Impaired Students

    Kemmanat Mingsiritham, Office of Educational Technology, Sukhothai Thammathirat Open University; Gan Chanyawudhiwan

    This research aimed to study the use of smart book to enhance communication ability and satisfaction of hearing-impaired students. The content for the research composed of three aspects; 1)... More

    pp. 99-108

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  8. An Empirical Study on Productive Vocabulary Acquisition Under Hypertext Reading

    Hui Li & Gengsheng Xiao, University of South China

    This research aims to examine the effect of hypertext reading on productive vocabulary acquisition, and investigate how other influential factors mainly including students’ English proficiency and ... More

    pp. 109-122

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  9. Factors that Influence the Adoption of Postgraduate Online Courses

    Domingos Martinho, Eulália Santos, Maria Miguel & Dina Cordeiro, Higher Institute of Management and Administration of Santarém - ISLA Santarém

    A research about factors that lead students to choose online courses, as well as the acceptance of these courses, can provide very relevant information for higher education institutions’ decision... More

    pp. 123-141

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  10. Using an Intelligent Tutoring System to Support Learners’ WMC in e-learning: Application in Mathematics Learning

    Bouchra El Mamoun, abdelmalek essaadi University; Mohamed Erradi & Abderrahim El Mhouti, Abdelmalek Essaadi University

    Learning is a complex process linked to a number of individual, cognitive and affective characteristics of the learner. In this context, the learner’s Working Memory (WM) concept has also been... More

    pp. 142-156

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  11. Effectiveness of E-learning Experience through Online Quizzes: A Case Study of Myanmar Students

    Mon The, Kumamoto University, Japan; Tsuyoshi Usagawa

    Universities in developing counties have come to understand that relying on only traditional classrooms is not sufficient to advance students’ knowledge and skills. The rapid development of... More

    pp. 157-176

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  12. Personalized Ubiquitous Learning via an Adaptive Engine

    Inssaf El Guabassi, Faculty of Sciences, Tetouan, Morocco; Mohammed Al Achhab, National School of Applied Sciences, Tetouan, Morocco; Ismail Jellouli & Badr EL Mohajir, Faculty of Sciences, Tetouan, Morocco

    Nowadays, the world's population is increasingly waiting for permanent and constant access to information. Accessing the right information at any time and any place is becoming a necessity. A... More

    pp. 177-190

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  13. An Adaptive Learning System based on Knowledge Level for English Learning

    Sfenrianto Sfenrianto, Yustinus Hartarto & Habibullah Akbar, Bina Nusantara University; Mukhneri Mukhtar, Efriadi Efriadi & Mochamad Wahyudi

    Traditional learning approaches in teaching English assume that learners have same background, ability, and requirements. In this study, we propose an adaptive learning systems-knowledge level (ALS... More

    pp. 191-200

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  14. Effect of Macro Environment on the Development of College English Teachers’ Information-based Teaching Ability

    Shen Guo-rong, School of Foreign Languages, Henan University of Technology

    The macro environment of teachers' professional development involves many factors, including the policies, rules and regulations and the actual development needs of teachers. In terms of the... More

    pp. 201-210

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  15. Development of Student Worksheet-Based College E-Learning Through Edmodo to Maximize the Results of Learning and Motivation in Economic Mathematics Learning

    Anton Nasrullah & Mira Marlina, Universitas Bina Bangsa; Widya Dwiyanti, STKIP Sebelas April Sumedang

    The objective of the study was to develop a college student worksheet using Edmodo as a learning support tool and to know the effectiveness of peer tutor learning model applied in the learning of... More

    pp. 211-229

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  16. The Influence of Information Technology on the Information and Service Quality for the Teaching and Learning

    Lianna Sugandi & Yohannes Kurniawan, Bina Nusantara University

    Globalization has influenced the competition paradigm of higher education institutions in the world. The situation keeps changing, depending on the economy and information technology as the... More

    pp. 230-237

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  17. A Web-based Instrument to Initialize Learning Style: An Interactive Questionnaire Instrument

    Doniyorbek Ahmadaliev, Northeast Normal University, School of information science and technology, 130024; Chen Xiaohui, Northeast Normal University; Murodjon Abduvohidov, Andijan State University

    Being able to detect and address individual learners’ learning preferences can be a basis for effective learning and teaching. Many researches are contributing to define the potential differences... More

    pp. 238-246

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