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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)

Feb 14, 2019 Volume 14, Number 3

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Number of articles: 16

  1. Extending the Technology Acceptance Model to Understand Students’ Use of Learning Management Systems in Saudi Higher Education

    Sami Binyamin, King Abdulaziz University; Malcolm Rutter & Sally Smith, Edinburgh Napier University

    Although learning management systems (LMS) have been widely adopted by higher educational institutions in many countries, they are considered an emerging technology in Saudi Arabia. Furthermore,... More

    pp. 4-21

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  2. A Learning Process Model to Enhance Digital Literacy using Critical Inquiry through Digital Storytelling (CIDST)

    Siriwatchana Kaeophanuek & Jaitip Na-Songkhla, Chulalongkorn University; Prachyanun Nilsook, King Mongkut's University of Technology North Bangkok (KMUTNB)

    Digital literacy is important because it is the underpinning influence that sustains an individual’s competent and purposeful use of digital technology in education. Having digital literacy... More

    pp. 22-37

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  3. ARS Interactive Teaching Mode for Financial Accounting Course based on Smart Classroom

    Shenglei Dai

    Many problems exist in traditional financial accounting course teaching, such as old-fashioned information-based teaching method, singe teaching method, and insufficient student-teacher interaction... More

    pp. 38-50

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  4. Augmented Reality Based Educational Design for Children

    Minghui Sun, Xinyu Wu, Zhihua Fan & Liyan Dong

    Human-computer interaction (HCI) has developed rapidly in recent years, and more and more researchers are interested in applying HCI techniques into education. Compared with traditional approaches ... More

    pp. 51-60

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  5. Undergraduate Students’ Perceptions toward Social Media Usage and Academic Performance: A Study from Saudi Arabia

    M Alamri, King Faisal University, Faculty of Education, Education Technology Department, Alahsa, Saudi Arabia

    Social Media applications are recently widespread and popular method of engagement among undergraduate students and instructors in Saudi Arabia. However, the extreme use of these sites has raised... More

    pp. 61-79

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  6. Student Experiences of Using Online Material to Support Success in A-Level Economics

    Natalie McGuinness, University of Roehampton, London Online; Dimitrios Vlachopoulos, Laureate Online Education

    Current research has demonstrated that the leap from GCSEs to A-Levels is the greatest transition learners will go through in their educational journey. This paper looks into student attitudes... More

    pp. 80-109

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  7. Construction and Application of Internal Medicine Teaching Interactive Course Based on 5-Star Instructional Model

    Qiong Fang

    With the continuously deepening education reform, to realize effective teaching as much as possible, teaching quality improvement becomes the precondition of building a moderately prosperous... More

    pp. 122-138

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  8. A “Maker Education + SPOC” Teaching Model for College Political Economics Courses

    Yunling Fu

    Analysis of the advantages of using the “maker education + SPOC” teaching model in college political economics courses from the perspective of maker education and SPOC reveals that this model can... More

    pp. 139-150

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  9. Investigating Language-related Tasks in EFL Settings in Light of Tele-Collaboration Phenomenon and Sociocultural Theory

    Ahmed Al Khateeb, Assistant Professor, Department of English Language, King Faisal University Al-Hassa, Saudi Arabia; Khalid Alshahrani, Assistant Professor, English Language Institute, Royal Commission of Jubail Jubail Industrial City, Saudi Arabia

    Understanding the criteria of telecollaborative tasks are essential to boost learners’ linguistic, communicative and intercultural competence. This research aims to identify the correlational... More

    pp. 151-165

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  10. Monitoring Indicators of the Flipped Classroom Learning Process based on Data Mining – Taking the Course of “Virtual Reality Technology” as an Example

    Yang Ji & Yu Han

    In recent years, due to the superiority of its teaching effect, the flipped classroom has attracted more and more attention from colleges and universities. In the information age, MOOC and micro... More

    pp. 166-176

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  11. Application of Blending Learning Based on Network Learning Space in Teaching Design of Digital Art

    Jian Wang

    In traditional face-to-face teaching mode, the teacher plays the leading role in the learning process, while students are in the subordinate status. Such learning mode can be easily interrupted due... More

    pp. 177-189

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  12. Illustration Design Teaching Mode Based on Virtual Wall Painting Technology

    Lingling Zhang

    With rapid development of 3D virtual scene, virtual reality (VR) technology starts to be applied in teaching practice. Because of its conception and innovation, VR technology has certain advantage ... More

    pp. 190-200

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  13. Design and Development of a Safety Educational Adventure Game

    Feng-Kuang Chiang, Shanghai Normal University; Chun-Hao Chang, National Taiwan Normal Univeristy; Danni Hu, Geran Zhang & Ying Liu, Beijing Normal University

    The lack of effective safety education training in curriculum design could expose children to serious safety accidents both in schools and at homes in China. To highlight the importance of safety... More

    pp. 201-219

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  14. Face-to-face Teaching in the Flipped Classroom Supported by Visualization Tools – Taking the course of “Architectural Design of Housing” as an Example

    Lili Liu

    Multimedia-based information technology, especially the flipped classroom using micro video technology, has gradually changed the traditional classroom teaching and become a new teaching method to ... More

    pp. 220-233

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  15. Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality in Education. Myth or Reality?

    Noureddine Elmqaddem, Ecole d'ingénieur en sciences de l'information - ESI Avenue Allal El Fassi. Cité Al Irfane B.P: 6204 Rabat-instituts 10 100 Rabat

    Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality are not new technologies. But several constraints prevented their actual adoption. Recent technological progresses added to the proliferation of affordable... More

    pp. 234-242

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  16. Integration of a Computer Device for Learning and Training Situations: The Case of Faculty of Sciences Ben M'sik (FSBM)

    Bentaib Mohssine, Touri Bouzekri & Talbi Mohammed, Faculty of Sciences Ben M'Sik University HASSAN II of Casablanca Morocco. Av. Cdt Driss El Harti BP 7599 Sidi Othmant Casablanca Maroc

    Education and distance education often provide answers to several issues related to the transmission of knowledge, its design and acquisition. However, these virtual learning environments do not... More

    pp. 243-249

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