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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)

Mar 10, 2008 Volume 3, Number 1

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Number of articles: 14

  1. An Analysis of the Primary School Teachersâ?? Usage of Instructional Software

    Ibrahim Kazu, Journal of Educational Technology & Society (Executive Peer-Reviewer); Nuh Yavuzalp

    This research is a descriptive study and examines instructional software usage and teacher's attitude towards instructional software. The data was gathered using mass sampling of 471 teachers from ... More

  2. SEVAQ: a unique multi-functional tool for assessing and improving the quality of e-courses

    Jeanne Schreurs, Hasselt University

    It is challenging to enhance quality of e-learning. We based the quality assessment on the EFQM and the Kirkpatrick models. We built our own SEVAQ quality model on which we based our multi... More

  3. Analysis of Three Different Models Used to Acquire Three E-Learning Solutions at the Same University

    Detken Scheepers, Dolf Jordaan & El-Marie Mostert, University of Pretoria, South Africa

    The Universtiy of Pretoria has been using an electronic assessment system since 1991 and a learning management system (LMS) since 1998. Both systems required urgent upgrading. In 2003 a further... More

  4. Moving towards a Fully Automatic Knowledge Assessment Tool

    Christian Guetl

    Information about a studentâ??s level or state of knowledge is a key aspect for efficient, personalized learning activities. E-learning systems gain such information in two ways: directly by... More

  5. Didactical Ontologies

    Steffen Mencke & Reiner Dumke, Otto-von-Guericke University of Magdeburg

    Ontologies are a fundamental concept of the Semantic Web envisioned by Tim Berners-Lee [1]. Together with explicit representation of the semantics of data for machine-accessibility such domain... More

  6. An Interactive Virtual Global Cultural Course: Building a Real Time Cost Effective Global Collaborative Learning Environment

    Rosina Chia, Elmer Poe & Parikshat Singh

    A virtual collaborative environment was created at East Carolina University, using videoconference technology via regular internet to bring students from 18 different countries, 2 at a time, to the... More

  7. Proposal of convergence of e-Learning Systems for t-Learning

    Barbara De Franco, Hilda Oliveira & Everaldo Rodolpho

    This article presents considerations about viability on reutilize existing web based e-Learning systems on Interactive Digital TV environment according to Digital TV standard adopted in Brazil.... More

  8. The Place Metaphor in 3D CVEs: a Pedagogical Case Study of the Virtual Stage

    Ekaterina Prasolova-Forland, Norwegian University of Science and Technology; Theodor Wyeld, Swinburne University of Technology

    This paper outlines a pedagogically-oriented case study of the use of a 3D collaborative virtual environment (3D CVE) to break down barriers between partners from different cultural backgrounds... More

  9. Future Learning Strategy and ePortfolios in Education

    Christian Dorninger; Christian Schrack, Pädagogische Hochschule, Vienna, Austria

    The rapid change of the information and knowledge Society does no stop at education: communication, teaching and learning are changing due to digital media. Therefore at Austrian schools a â?... More

  10. Digital Portfolio: a Strategy for Teachers Professional Development

    Ruben Jans & Valère Awouters

    Abstractâ??Teachers have to work with e-portfolio with their students. This is a very demanding task because they never were educated with e-portfolio themselves. Therefore a European Comenius... More

  11. Implementation of E-Portfolio in the First Academic Year at the University of Teacher Education St. Gallen

    Andrea Christen & Martin Hofmann

    The students of the university of teacher education St.Gallen (PHSG, Switzerland) document aspects of their learning process affiliated with their first experiences in a practical training class... More

  12. ePortfolio implementation strategy of FH JOANNEUM

    Bettina Hiller, Jutta Pauschenwein, Heimo Sandtner & Anastasia Sfiri, FH Joanneum GesmbH; Barbara Porotschnig, FH Joanneum GesmbH - Study field "Social Work"; Gabriella Ritter, FH Joanneum GesmbH - Study field "Health Management in Tourism"

    This paper describes the design of Portfolio and its application at FH JOANNEUM in a range of contexts where it will be used to make learning outcomes visible and to facilitate personal development... More

  13. The Advent of ePortfolios in Europe

    Erwin Bratengeyer, Austria

    A short overview of current ePortfolio-related activities in Europe is given. Potentials of ePortfolios are outlined. The heterogeneous ePortfolio-landscape is illustrated by means of some indicators. More

  14. ePortfolio at the University of Vienna â?? Framework and Pilot Projects

    Brigitte Römmer-Nossek, Birgit Peterson, Sylvia Logar & Charlotte Zwiauer, University of Vienna

    In this paper we present the first draft of the University of Vienna ePortfolio framework which is closely interlinked with the university-wide eLearning strategy. Conceptually the aims of the... More