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E-Learn: World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education

Nov 04, 2019


Saul Carliner

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Number of papers: 7

  1. P-MAX ONLINE: An Open-Source, Case Study-Based Online Mentor Training Program for Higher Education

    Karen N. Nichols & Tiera S. Coston, Xavier University of Louisiana, United States

    Xavier University of Louisiana is nationally recognized for preparing its students for successful careers, especially those in the biomedical and physical sciences. One of the most important... More

    pp. 239-242

  2. Creating Effective Physical Learning Spaces in the Digital Age – Results of a Student-Centered Design Thinking Workshop

    Thilo Harth, Muenster University of Applied Sciences, Germany; Stefanie Panke, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, United States

    Learn anything, anytime, anywhere is the mantra for learning in the digital age. Digital learning opportunities are increasingly challenging traditional classroom learning – but what does this mean... More

    pp. 284-294

  3. Analyzing the Effects of a Culturally Relevant Augmented Reality Math Board Game on Lakota Students’ Arithmetic Performances: A Case Study

    Jiaqi Yu & Andre Denham, The University of Alabama, United States

    This study aims to explore the affordances of augmented reality and game-based learning in training students’ arithmetic fluency and adaptive number knowledge. Math is a highly challenging subject ... More

    pp. 606-610

  4. The Corporate Playground: A Review on Game-Based Learning in Enterprise Training

    Kristi Larson, University of North Texas, United States

    Game-based learning seeks to capitalize on the psychological predisposition to engage in gaming, applying the same motivational mechanisms that game designers have applied in making video games, as... More

    pp. 737-748

  5. Visual Information Effects and Conversational Agents: Less is More

    Bob Heller & Mike Procter, Athabasca University, Canada

    The present study is a partial replication of Heller and Procter (2009) who found that a conversational agent acting as a historical figure (Sigmund Freud) is rated more highly when there is no... More

    pp. 876-881

  6. Persistence and Achievement in Acquiring Computational Thinking Concepts: A Large-Scale Log-Based Analysis

    Rotem Israel-Fishelson & Arnon Hershkovitz, Tel Aviv University, Israel

    Computational Thinking (CT) is believed to be a vital competency for today’s learners, and programs for acquiring and promoting CT have been integrated into curricula of many formal and non-formal ... More

    pp. 1002-1012

  7. Using Bloom’s Taxonomy to Support Data Visualization Capacity Skills

    Vetria Byrd, Purdue University, United States

    Data visualization skills are becoming a prerequisite for academic and professional success. There is a large demand nationally for information on how to teach data science and data visualization. ... More

    pp. 1039-1053