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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)

Jun 14, 2014 Volume 9, Number 4

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 11

  1. Understanding Social Learning Behaviors via a Virtual Field Trip

    Xin Bai, York College of the City University of New York 94-20 Guy R. Brewer Blvd. #AC-1E17 Jamaica NY 11451; Joanne Lavin, School of Professional Studies City Univ. of New York 101 West 31st Street New York, NY 10001

    This is a multidisciplinary study investigating how a virtual rather than face-to-face field trip can be conducted in a real-world setting and how students respond to such a social learning... More

    pp. 4-13

  2. Flash-Based Platform for Teaching Stored Program-Controlled Switching Courses

    Kurban Ubul

    Stored program controlled switching (SPCS) is crucial to communication, especially to the Public Service Telephone Network (PSTN). With the rapid development of telecommunication, networking and... More

    pp. 14-19

  3. E-Learning and Students' Motivation: A Research Study on the Effect of E-Learning on Higher Education

    M. Abou El-Seoud, Professor; Islam Taj-Eddin, Lecturer; Naglaa Seddiek, Assistant Lecturer; Mahmoud El-Khouly, Associate Professor; Ann Nosseir, Lecturer

    The information technology educational programs at most universities in Egypt face many obstacles that can be overcome using technology enhanced learning. An open source Moodle e-learning platform ... More

    pp. 20-26

  4. Evaluating E-Learning Systems: An Empirical Investigation on Students' Perception in Higher Education Area

    Muneer Abbad, Hashemite University; Faten Jaber, Arab Open University

    In search of better, traditional learning universities have expanded their ways to deliver knowledge and integrate cost effective e-learning systems. Universities' use of information and... More

    pp. 27-34

  5. ICTs and Special Education in Kindergarten


    Recent development in the role of special education in kindergarten children includes the use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs). ICT nowadays is recognized as a tool that can... More

    pp. 35-42

  6. The Establishment of an e-Learning System Based on SDT

    Mihyang Bang, Kwangyun Wohn & Chungkon Shi

    This study established an elementary-school English e-learning system on the basis of theory-based motivation strategies, and verified the effectiveness of the motivation strategies through... More

    pp. 43-49

  7. Educational Paradigm Shift: Are We Ready to Adopt MOOC?

    Jayakumar Sadhasivam, VIT University

    This paper summarizes the findings from an empirical study carry out the online learning. The impact of information technology in our day-to-day life has been profound. Among many cross disciplines... More

    pp. 50-55

  8. Technology and Products Supporting E-learning by Knowledge Management - A Review

    Ying Wang, Beijing Information Science & Technology University, Beijing, China

    Abstract—Knowledge management is supported by many strategies such as business intelligence, collaboration, document management and e-learning. With the development of modern information technology... More

    pp. 56-59

  9. International Distance Consulting via Web Conferencing

    Prachyanun Nilsook & Panita Wannapiroon, Faculty of Technical Eduction King Mongkut's University of Technology North Bangkok (KMUTNB) 1518 Pracharat1 Road Bangsue, Bangkok Thailand.

    The objective of this research is to study the result of the use of international distance consulting via web conferencing. The research discovered that: 1) the open source programs can be only... More

    pp. 60-64

  10. E-learning Accessibility for Saudi Women: A Literature Review

    Yahya Al Alhareth, De Montfort University Faculty of Technology Centre for Computing and Social Responsibility The Gateway Leicester LE1 9BH

    Saudi government has made significant efforts and heavily invested in its e-learning innovation in order to offer students alternative opportunity to complete their higher education. However... More

    pp. 65-67

  11. African Youth Utilising IT-Essentials Innovation in Re-vitalisation of PCs to Equip Disadvantaged Rural Schools Shaping their ICT Learning Landscape: Namibian Case Study

    Jameson Mbale, University of Namibia

    As the sub-Saharan region was expanding educational infrastructure, they met challenges to equip the rural schools with Personal Computers (PCs). The PCs as equipment that required frequently... More

    pp. 68-71