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International Journal on E-Learning

July 2017 Volume 16, Number 3


Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Content analyzes study of E-learning literature based on Scopus record through 2013: by considering the place of Iran’s productions

    Shadi Asadzandi, virtual school, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Iran (Islamic Republic Of); Tayebeh Rakhshani, MD , Assistant Professor in Health Education & Promotion ,Research Center for Health Science , Department of Public Health , School of Health, Shiraz University of Medical Sciences, Iran (Islamic Republic Of); Aeen Mohammadi, MD, MPH, PhD. Department of e-Learning in Medical Education, Virtual School, Tehran University of Medical Sciences,, Iran (Islamic Republic Of)

    Background: Topic of e-learning and virtual university in recent years is one of the important applications of information and communication technology in the world and most famous universities in ... More

    pp. 213-229

  2. Social Networks Impact factor on Students' Achievements and Attitudes towards the "Computer in Teaching" Course at the College of Education

    Abdellah Elfeky, Kafrelsheikh University, Egypt

    The study aims to examine the impact of social networks of a ‘Computer in Teaching’ course on the achievement and attitudes students at the faculty of education at Najran University. The sample... More

    pp. 231-244

  3. Bring Your Own Device or Bring Your Own Distraction

    Kumar Laxman & Craig Holt, University of Auckland, New Zealand

    The purpose of this exploratory case study was to investigate the utilisation of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) technologies in the classroom to determine if students and teachers perceive that the... More

    pp. 245-263

  4. Privacy in Educational use of Social Media in the U.S.

    Michael W. Marek, Wayne State College, United States; Stan Skrabut, Jamestown Community College, United States

    Few scholarly publications have addressed in detail the question of student privacy when using social media for classroom educational activities. This study combined qualitative and conceptual... More

    pp. 265-286

  5. Designing for Motivation: Design-Considerations for Spaced-Repetition-Based Learning Games on Mobile Devices

    Florian Schimanke & Robert Mertens, HSW University of Applied Sciences, Germany; Oliver Vornberger, University of Osnabrueck, Germany

    ** Invited as a paper from E-Learn 2014 ** Learning games are an ideal vessel for many kinds of learning content. Playful interaction with the subject matter makes the human mind more receptive ... More

    pp. 287-311