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Education and Information Technologies

2016 Volume 21, Number 5

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Number of articles: 25

  1. Towards Real-Time Speech Emotion Recognition for Affective E-Learning

    Kiavash Bahreini, Rob Nadolski & Wim Westera

    This paper presents the voice emotion recognition part of the FILTWAM framework for real-time emotion recognition in affective e-learning settings. FILTWAM (Framework for Improving Learning Through... More

    pp. 1367-1386

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  2. Teaching Elements of English RP Connected Speech and Call: Phonemic Assimilation

    Ganna Veselovska

    Phonology represents an important part of the English language; however, in the course of English language acquisition, it is rarely treated with proper attention. Connected speech is one of the... More

    pp. 1387-1400

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  3. Experience of Technical Disciplines Remote Training at the St. Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering

    Vladimir Nikolaevich Glukhikh & Natalia Vladimirovna Norina

    This paper reveals the main trends and characteristics of the use of multimedia means in distance learning of technical subjects at graduate schools; analyses the peculiarities of presentation and ... More

    pp. 1401-1412

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  4. Effects of Persuasive Designed Courseware on Children with Learning Difficulties in Learning Malay Language Subject

    Kien Heng Ng, Aryati Bakri & Azizah Abdul Rahman

    The effects of courseware learning for children with learning difficulties have been studied over the years. Educational courseware is very common nowadays as a teaching tool for children's early... More

    pp. 1413-1431

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  5. Information Practices and User Interfaces: Student Use of an iOS Application in Special Education

    Carrie Demmans Epp, Rhonda McEwen, Rachelle Campigotto & Karyn Moffatt

    A framework connecting concepts from user interface design with those from information studies is applied in a study that integrated a location-aware mobile application into two special education... More

    pp. 1433-1456

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