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Electronic Journal of e-Learning

Volume 5, Number 2

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Number of articles: 8

  1. A Novel Approach to Define Performance Metrics for Students' and Teachers' Evaluation

    Pradipta Biswas & S K. Ghosh

    Evaluation is an unavoidable feature in any teaching or learning scenario. The evaluation strategy of students differs widely throughout the world. Further, most of the institutes do not use any... More

    pp. 87-102

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  2. Initial Evaluation and Analysis of Post Graduate Trainees' Use of a Virtual Learning Environment in Initial Teacher Training

    Alison Hramiak

    This paper describes the initial findings of a longitudinal case study that investigates the use of a virtual learning environment to enhance the placement experience for full time postgraduate... More

    pp. 103-112

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  3. Online Communities of Practice Enhancing Statistics Instruction: The European Project EarlyStatistics

    Maria Meletiou-Mavrotheris & Efstathios Mavrotheris

    Acknowledging the fact that teachers are at the heart of any educational reform effort, the European Union funded project EarlyStatistics aims to enrich European children's learning of statistics... More

    pp. 113-122

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  4. Agent-Based Collaborative Affective e-Learning Framework

    Mahmoud Neji & Mohamed Ben Ammar

    Based on facial expression (FE), this paper explores the possible use of the affective communication in virtual environments (VEs). The attention of affective communication is examined and some... More

    pp. 123-134

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  5. An Effective Profile Based Video Browsing System for e-Learning

    S C. Premaratne, D D. Karunaratna & K P. Hewagamage

    E-learning has acquired a prime place in many discussions recently. A number of research efforts around the world are trying to enhance education and training through improving e-learning... More

    pp. 135-147

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  6. Applying Web-Enabled Problem-Based Learning and Self-Regulated Learning to Enhance Computing Skills of Taiwan's Vocational Students: A Quasi-Experimental Study of a Short-Term Module

    Pei-Di Shen, Tsang-Hsiung Lee & Chia-Wen Tsai

    Contrary to conventional expectations, the reality of computing education in Taiwan's vocational schools is not so practically oriented, and thus reveals much room for improvement. In this context,... More

    pp. 147-156

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  7. The Purpose of Focus Groups in Ascertaining Learner Satisfaction with a Virtual Learning Environment

    Yana I. Tainsh

    This paper examines the contribution of focus groups in evaluating learner satisfaction with a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). It explores the views of a group of introductory level Post... More

    pp. 157-164

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  8. An Innovative Junior Faculty Online Development Program

    Luis M. Villar & Olga M. de la Rosa

    This study examines whether two online courses offering educational support for junior faculty have a positive effect on their attitudes and curriculum and teaching capacities (CTC) learning. The... More

    pp. 165-172

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