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Interdisciplinary Journal of E-Learning and Learning Objects

Jan 02, 2017 Volume 13, Number 1

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Number of articles: 7

  1. Printable Table of Contents. IJELL, Volume 13, 2017

    Fay Sudweeks

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  2. Medical Community of Inquiry: A Diagnostic Tool for Learning, Assessment, and Research

    Rakefet Ackerman, Rachel Nave & Yehudit Dori

    Aim/Purpose: These days educators are expected to integrate technological tools into classes. Although they acquire relevant skills, they are often reluctant to use these tools. Background: We... More

    pp. 1-17

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  3. Making Sense of the Information Seeking Process of Undergraduates in a Specialised University: Revelations from Dialogue Journaling on WhatsApp Messenger

    Dorcas Krubu, Sandy Zinn & Genevieve Hart

    Aim/Purpose: The research work investigated the information seeking process of undergraduates in a specialised university in Nigeria, in the course of a group assignment. Background: Kuhlthau... More

    pp. 19-36

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  4. The Impact of Utilising Mobile Assisted Language Learning (MALL) on Vocabulary Acquisition among Migrant Women English Learners

    Kham Ahmad, Fay Sudweeks & Jocelyn Armarego

    Aim/Purpose: To develop a framework for utilizing Mobile Assisted Language Learning (MALL) to assist non-native English migrant women to acquire English vocabulary in a non-formal learning setting.... More

    pp. 37-57

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  5. The Impact of e-Skills on the Settlement of Iranian Refugees in Australia

    Saeed Shariati, Jocelyn Armarego & Fay Sudweeks

    Aim/Purpose: The research investigates the impact of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) on Iranian refugees\u2019 settlement in Australia. Background: The study identifies the issues ... More

    pp. 59-77

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  6. Enhanced Critical Thinking Skills through Problem-Solving Games in Secondary Schools

    Scott McDonald

    Aim/Purpose: Students face many challenges improving their soft skills such as critical thinking. This paper offers one possible solution to this problem. Background: This paper considers one... More

    pp. 79-96

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  7. Let\u2019s Tell a Story Together

    Andrew Zaliwski & Karishma Kelsey

    Aim/Purpose: The teaching solution presented in this paper was implemented to overcome the common problems encountered by authors during years of practice of applied business studies teaching.... More

    pp. 97-115

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