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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)

Jun 13, 2007 Volume 2, Number 2

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Number of articles: 13


    Erdogan Tezci, Cihad Demirli & Vahit Sapar

    Educational technologies have contributed greatly to the improvement on the process of education. Besides contributing to education directly the development in new technologies made it almost... More

  2. The Effect of Interactive Computer Animations Accompanied with Experiments on Grade 6th Studentsâ?? Achievements and Attitudes toward Science

    Ercan Akpinar & Omer Ergin

    The aim of the present study was to investigate the effect of instruction including interactive computer animations accompanied with experiments over traditionally designed Instruction in 6th grade... More

  3. Utilization of Tablet PCs in Electromagnetics Education

    Abdallah Al-Zoubi & George Sammour, Princess Sumaya University for Technology Amman, Jordan; Qasem Al-Zoubi, Yarmouk University, Irbid, Jordan

    Tablet PCs are drawing interest as a potential tool for improving teaching and learning in engineering education. This paper reports on how engineering undergraduates perceive the effectiveness of ... More

  4. Content Analysis on the Trends and Issues of Theses and Dissertations of Mobile-Learning in Taiwan

    Feng Chiang

    This manuscript reports the trends and issues of mobile-learning in Taiwan. We selected 43 research papers published in mobile-learning field and analyzed the research content including methodology... More

  5. Generating Explanations for Internet-based Business Games

    Martin Fischer & Markus Lusti

    It is widely established debriefing in business games is important and influences the students' learning performance. Most games only support game statistics instead of explaining solution paths.... More

  6. mCLEV-R: Design and Evaluation of an Interactive and Collaborative M-Learning Application

    Teresa Monahan, University College Dublin

    Continuous enhancements in computer technology and the current widespread computer literacy among the public have resulted in a new generation of students that expect increasingly more from their e... More

  7. The Nemesis E-Learning 4-Secotrs-Model - A Concept to Enhance the Reusability of E-Learning Products

    Sebastian Dathe & Wilfried Hendricks

    The 4-Sectors-Model has been developed by the TU Berlin and is intended to facilitate providing customized e-learning products to different target learner groups, while keeping the same basic... More

  8. Content Production for E-Learning in Engineering

    Andreas Auinger

    Abstractâ??The didactic quality of lear0ning materials can be improved by enriching learning material with di-dactic information. Such content elements assist self-directed learning processes in... More

  9. A new automated method of e-learner's satisfaction measurement

    Armands Strazds & Atis Kapenieks, Distance Education Study Centre, Riga Technical University

    This paper presents a new method of measuring learnerâ??s satisfaction while using electronic learning materials (e-courses, edutainment games, etc.) in virtual non-linear environments. Method is... More

  10. Double modality computer interface for learners with special needs

    Habib Hamam, University of Moncton

    We propose a cost effective human-machine interface interpreting the userâ??s hand or head gestures. This system targets people suffering from reduced mobility and can be used in Computer and Web... More

  11. E-learning and the Educational Organizations Structure Reengineering (EOSR)

    Osama Alshara, Higher Colleges of Technology/Information Technology, Abu Dhabi, UAE; Mohamad Alsharo, Jordan University of Science and Technology/ Information Technology, Irbed, Jordan

    There are many calls for innovative learning methods that utilize advanced technologies. However, we will raise fundamental questions that look deep into the future of the educational organization.... More

  12. Adult Literacy using Information Technology

    Mohamad Al-Alaoui, Christine Akl, Ralph El-Kady & Rita Nassif, American University of Beirut

    Abstract-This paper reports on our project, â??ALIT More

  13. Reusable Assessment Modules

    Karsten Henke & Heinz-Dietrich Wuttke, Technical University of Ilmenau

    The paper describes a Web-based Test, Examination and Assessment system that can be used via the Internet. It is therefore suitable for both local and remote examination preparation as well as... More