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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)

Jun 02, 2013 Volume 8, Number 3

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Number of articles: 10

  1. E-Learning as a Stimulation Methodology to Undergraduate Engineering Students

    Waleed Ahmed, United Arab Emirates University; Essam Zaneldin

    With the advances of the technology at the last decade, it becomes an essential for teachers to utilize recent advances in technology to enhance learning. Currently, educators are using different... More

    pp. 4-7

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  2. Technology based learning analysis of CBCS model at KKU - Case study of College of Computer Science King Khalid University, Saudi Arabia

    AbdulHafeez Muhammad; A Clementking, Department of Computer Science, College of Computer Science, King Khalid University , Abha, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia; Asadullah Shah & Farooq Ahmad

    The higher education frame works are attempted to develop the human capital of the country thinking of the next generation technology. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is prioritized the higher... More

    pp. 8-12

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  3. ReCa: A Social Relationship Mining Tool in Virtual Learning Environment

    Yuqing Guo, College of Education, Zhejiang University

    This paper provides an introduction to a membersâ?? Relationship Calculation Tool (ReCa) of Sakai platform and a brief discussion of its design research process. Learning Management Systems (LMSs) ... More

    pp. 13-16

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  4. Application of Interactive Multimedia-Internet-Based Teaching System in College English Teaching

    Zhang Wenming & Zhang Erwen, Anhui Polytechnic University

    this paper aims to advocate the application of interactive multimedia-internet-based teaching system (IMITS) in college English teaching in Chinese colleges and universities. Based on a general... More

    pp. 17-22

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  5. A Survey on LMS Context Dimensions for Teacher-Oriented Recommender Systems

    Ivana Bosnic, Marin Orlic & Mario Zagar, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing

    In formal education, a majority of e-learning courses is still conducted in a learning management system (LMS). Teachers and authors of educational resources can make use of context-aware... More

    pp. 23-29

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  6. The Key Technologies of Collecting Tibetan Websites

    Zhijuan Wang

    Tibetan websites are important for studying the Tibetan language and Tibetan culture. The domain names and character encodings of Tibetan websites are complex. Three key technologies of collecting ... More

    pp. 30-34

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  7. Language Learning Assisted by Group Profiling in Social Networks

    Christos Troussas, Maria Virvou, Jaime Caro & Kurt Espinosa

    This paper describes an implementation for group profiling assisting language learning in social networking sites and particularly in Facebook. In this study, we have developed an educational... More

    pp. 35-38

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  8. Risks and Remedies in ISRA University e-Learning System

    Khalil Barhoum, Computer Science Department Information Technology Faculty, Isra University Amman, Jordan; Zahraa Muhsin; Adi Maaita & Ayman Nsour, Computer Science Department Information Technology Faculty, Isra University Amman, Jordan

    Information technology brought radical changes in various aspects of contemporary life and education sector in general and in higher education particularly. Our institute (Isra University) decided ... More

    pp. 39-42

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  9. Expanding Usability of E-Training System in ERP Education

    Tinggui Chen & Guanglan Zhou

    This article presents the prosperous enterprise resource planning (ERP) course layout aiming at the current problems from six aspects of the curriculum, teaching content, teaching resource,... More

    pp. 43-47

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  10. Improvement Quality of LMS Through Application of Social Networking Sites.

    Abdul Muhammad & Khader Musbah

    The rapid development of information technology (IT), especially in education, influences all educational institutions to adopt eLearning. E-learning as a primary means of instruction is expanding ... More

    pp. 48-51

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