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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)

Feb 27, 2013 Volume 8, Number 1

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Number of articles: 11

  1. The Management of eLearning at University of KKU, Abha

    Fatimah Al-Saif & Gauthaman, KKU

    e-Learning, of late, has been witnessing an unprecedented expansion as an opportunity for higher education. This expanding alternative mode calls for ensuring and imparting a sound and qualitative ... More

    pp. 4-9

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  2. A Connectivist Perspective of the Transition from Face-to-Face to Online Teaching in Higher Education

    Pamela Cowan, Queen's University Belfast

    Existing research shows a slow transition to online education by many university teaching staff. A mixed methods approach is used to survey teacher educators in three jurisdictions in the UK who... More

    pp. 10-19

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  3. The Identification of the Potential of Game-based Learning in Vocational Education within the Context of the Project â??Play the Learning Gameâ?

    Jutta Pauschenwein, Eva Goldgruber & Anastasia Sfiri

    Game based-learning exploits the potential of ICT and games engage learners. The objectives of the European project â??Play the Learning Gameâ? are to spread and update the results of the â?... More

    pp. 20-23

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  4. Automated Podcasting System for Universities

    Ypatios Grigoriadis, Graz University of Technology, Department for Social Learning; Christian Stickel; Walther Nagler & Martin Ebner, Graz University of Technology, Department for Social Learning; Martin Schön, Graz University of Technology, Office for Lifelong Learning

    This paper presents the results achieved at Graz University of Technology (TU Graz) in the field of automating the process of recording and publishing university lectures in a very new way. It... More

    pp. 24-32

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  5. Using Cloud Infrastructure to Support Higher Education: A Case Study of Managing a Course Web Page with the Google Sites

    Dag Samuelsen, Buskerud University College; Edin Pjanic, Amer Hasanovic & Nermin Suljanovic, University of Tuzla; Olaf Graven & Brit Thyberg, Buskerud University College; Aljo Mujcic, University of Tuzla

    In this paper we analyze the requirements for the complex information system used to support a modern global university. We outline the architecture for this system based on the emerging cloud... More

    pp. 33-37

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  6. Success, Failure or â??No Significant Differenceâ?? The Arguments For and Against Technology as a Learning Tool

    Mary Burns, EDC

    The question of whether computers have positively or negatively impacted student learning is still hotly contested in educational technology circles, particularly in the area of international... More

    pp. 38-45

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  7. Mathematics Teachers' Readiness to Integrate ICT in the Classroom: The Case of Elementary and Middle School Arab Teachers in Israel

    Nimer Baya'a & Wajeeh Daher, Al-Qasemi Academic Collegle of Education

    ICT integration in mathematics education provides mathematics teachers with integrative teaching methods that motivate students learning, support their independent learning and active participation... More

    pp. 46-52

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  8. A Topic-Driven Modular Approach to Engineering Education Delivery

    Ruba Amarin & Ozlem Garibay, University of Central Florida; Issa Batarseh, Princess Sumaya University for Technology

    The interactive technical electronic book, TechEBook, currently under development at the University of Central Florida, provides a useful tool for engineers and scientists through unique features... More

    pp. 53-57

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  9. Utilizing Knowledge Management in Education: The Case of "The University of Jordan"

    Osama Rababah, Muhannad Al-Shboul & Fawaz AL Zaghoul, The University of Jordan

    Knowledge as a result of processing the relevant information which is collection of raw data, facts, measurements, and statistics, requires sensitive management that leads educators and learners to... More

    pp. 58-61

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  10. Crowd-sourced Open Courseware Authoring with

    Sören Auer, Universität Leipzig; Ali Khalili & Darya Tarasowa

    While many Learning Content Management Systems are available, the collaborative, community-based creation of rich e-learning content is still not sufficiently well supported. Few attempts have been... More

    pp. 62-63

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  11. Implementing Sakai OAE

    Slobodan Jovanovic & Miroslava Ignjatovic, Belgrade Metropolitan University

    Abstractâ??Sakai OAE (Open Academy Environment), former Sakai 3, is the second generation of Sakai CLE (Collaboration and Learning Environment). It was developed with new vision for academic... More

    pp. 64-68

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