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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)

Jun 08, 2011 Volume 6, Number 2

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 8

  1. Adaptive Exercises Generation Using an Automated Evaluation and a Domain Ontology: The ODALA+ Approach

    Bouarab Farida & Si Malik, UMMTO UNIVERSITY, computer science department, Algeria; Comparot Catherine & Charrel Pierre Jean, IRIT-UTM-IC3 Toulouse 2 university, France

    Generating adapted learning contents is one of the most important activity that can give the best progression of a learner. This is why research on personalization of learning is growing to get... More

    pp. 4-10

  2. Language and Text-to-Speech Technologies for Highly Accessible Language & Culture Learning

    Anouk Gelan, Belgium

    This contribution presents the results of the â??Speech technology integrated learning modules for Intercultural Dialogue More

    pp. 11-14

  3. E-Training Acceptance Factors in Business Organizations

    Osama Harfoushi & Ruba Obiedat, Assistant Professor, University of Jordan, Jordan

    E-training is considered nowadays as a very important issue for business organization because of the benefits it can bring. Unfortunately, e-training is not fit well in most of Jordanian... More

    pp. 15-18

  4. Second Life: A Virtual Learning Center for the Study of Sharks

    Tryfonas Papadamou, Costas Gavrilakis, Costas Tsolakidis & Georgia Liarakou, University of the Aegean, Pedagogical Department of Primary Education, Greece

    In this work the educational capabilities of the virtual world Second Life are researched and tested. A virtual world is constructed to support education for sustainable development. The life and... More

    pp. 19-25

  5. An Experience of Educational Innovation for the Collaborative Learning in Software Engineering

    Juan Yelmo & Juan Fernandez-Corugedo, Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, Spain

    This paper describes the experience in collaborative learning based educational innovation for the Software Engineering Subject at the Telecommunications Engineering School of the Universidad... More

    pp. 26-32

  6. Application of Cognitive and Socio-Cultural Theories in CALL

    Mustafa Güngör & Muzeyyen Demirba?, Gazi University, Turkey

    Since it is quite difficult in traditional learning atmospheres for the learners to be exposed to the target language adequately in foreign language acquisition, CALL in which virtual environment... More

    pp. 33-36

  7. Theory of Digital Natives in the Light of Current and Future E-Learning Concepts

    Bodo von der Heiden, Stella Fleischer, Anja Richert & Sabina Jeschke, Germany

    The digital generation has many names: Net Generation, Generation@ or Digital Natives. The meaning behind these terms is, that the current generation of students is digitally and media literate,... More

    pp. 37-41

  8. Development and Evaluation of Gaze Tracking Integrated E-Learning Contents

    Kai Li & Yurie Iribe, Toyohashi University ot Technology, Japan

    No learning could take place without input attention. In order to promote studentsâ?? attention in e-learning content, this study focuses on gaze tracking data as a kind of enhanced input. Gaze... More

    pp. 42-45