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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)

Jan 17, 2019 Volume 14, Number 1

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Number of articles: 12

  1. Use of Gamification Applications in Science Education

    Cigdem Hursen & Cizem Bas, Near East University

    In this research, the impact of gamification applications in science education on the science learning motivation of students has been determined and the opinions of students and parents on... More

    pp. 4-23

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  2. Architecture Design of Datacenter for Cloud English Education Platform

    Ming Chang & Min Zhang, Foreign Languages College, Beihua University

    Considering the importance of datacenter to cloud English edu-cation platform (CCEP), this paper designs a novel datacenter for the CEEP which realizes resource pooling on the storage, network,... More

    pp. 24-33

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  3. A Virtual Reality Teaching Simulation for Exercise During Pregnancy

    Abas Setiawan, Faik Agiwahyuanto & Pramudi Arsiwi, Dian Nuswantoro University

    One of the poor indicators of the development and health status of a country is high maternal mortality. The world has seen that one pregnant woman in every two minutes dies because of complication... More

    pp. 34-48

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  4. Adaptive Learning Model Based on Ant Colony Algorithm

    Rongxia Li, Modern International Academy of design art, Chongqing Technology and Business University

    To better respond to people’s demands for multimedia learning, appropriate learn-ing paths should be offered based on their actual learning demands and different knowledge levels. Adaptive online... More

    pp. 49-57

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  5. On the Effects of Computer-assisted Teaching on Learning Results Based on Blended Learning Method

    Xinwen Bi & Xiaodan Shi, School of Computer Science and Technology, Beihua University

    With the rapid development of the computer network technology, the blended learning method based on computer-assisted teaching has also been booming. This paper analyzes the connotations of blended... More

    pp. 58-70

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  6. Student Satisfaction and Continuance Model of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) System Usage

    Weli Weli, Universitas Katolik Indonesia Atma Jaya Jakarta

    The rapid growth through the use of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems by Indonesian companies has been responded by ERP vendors in providing skilled human resources in ERP environment by... More

    pp. 71-83

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  7. Promoting Algorithmic Thinking in an Introductory Programming Course

    Sohail Malik, Mohanaad Shakir, Abdalla Eldow & Mohammed Ashfaque, Al-Buraimi University College

    Computer programming is considered as a difficult area of study for novices. One of the reasons is the main focus of the curriculum presented in an introductory programming (IP) course which... More

    pp. 84-94

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  8. Pervasive Learning and Technology Usage for Creativity Development in Education

    Ivanna Shubina & Atik Kulakli, American University of the Middle East

    This paper’s aim is to investigate the role of creativity and pervasive learning in a modern education paradigm. The research was conducted by relevant literature review along with reflective... More

    pp. 95-109

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  9. User Profiling in a SPOC: A method based on User Video Clickstream Analysis

    Naima Belarbi, Nadia Chafiq, Mohammed Talbi, Abdelwahed Namir & Elhabib Benlahmar, Faculty of Sciences Ben M'Sik Casablanca, Hassan II University - Casablanca, Morocco

    In the present paper, we address to construct a structured user profile in a Small Private Online Course (SPOC) based on user’s video clickstream analysis. We adopt an implicit approach to infer... More

    pp. 110-124

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  10. The Development of In-Service Mathematics Teachers' Integration of ICT in a Community of Practice: Teaching-in-Context Theory

    Nimer Baya'a, Al-Qasemi Academic Collegle of Education; Wajeeh Daher, An-Najah National University & Al-Qasemi Academic College of Education; Ahlam Anabousy, Al-Qasemi Academic College of Education

    The goal of the present research is to describe five lower-secondary in-service mathematics teachers' development of ICT (Information Communication Tech-nology) integration in their teaching as a... More

    pp. 125-139

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  11. Critical Success Factors (CSFs) for Cloud-based E-Learning

    Quadri Naveed & Naim Ahmad, King Khalid University

    Cloud Computing has become the dominant technology to offer unlimited computing for various social and commercial applications. Cloud computing is also being adopted at the rapid pace for E... More

    pp. 140-149

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  12. The Role of the Clusters Analysis Techniques to Determine the Quality of the Content Wiki

    Mouna Boulaajoul & Noura Aknin, Laboratory of Computer Science, Operational Research and Applied Statistics Abdelmalek Essaadi University

    The online sources of the web, since years, are an extraordinarily important base of information and knowledge. Indeed, the web is one of the best access point to any type of information. For the... More

    pp. 150-158

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