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E-Learn: World Conference on E-Learning

Nov 14, 2016

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Number of papers: 212

  1. Learning Through Cultural Connections: The Northern Lights

    Lynda McGilvary, Doreen Hayward & Lori Schoening, Geophysical Institute Education Outreach Office, University of Alaska Fairbanks, United States

    Learning through Cultural Connections: The Northern Lights provides culturally relevant, science-based educational resources for Iñupiat residents of northern Alaska. Unique E-Learning and hands-on... More

    p. 875

  2. National Culture and Learning Style Preferences in E-learning

    Nakarin Pinpathomrat, Faculty of Science and TechnologyRajamangala University of Technology Thanyaburi, Thailand, Thailand

    To better understand the difference of learning style preferences in E-learning, the National Culture and Learning Style Preferences in E-learning (NCLSPE) dimension was constructed by applying the... More

    pp. 876-881

  3. First Monitoring Results of the “Tutti a Iscol@” Project - A Technology Based Intervention to Keep Difficult-to-Motivate Pupils in the School Mainstream System

    Carola Salis, Marie Florence Wilson, Fabrizio Murgia, Stefano Leone Monni, Giuliana Brunetti, Andrea Mameli & Franco Atzori, CRS4, Italy

    This paper is a report on the first year activity of the 3-year program financed by the Sardinian Regional Authorities (RAS) through European Social Fund: POR FSE 2014-2020 approved by the European... More

    pp. 882-887

  4. Civic Participation, Public Sphere Pedagogy, and Blended Learning Produce an Intergenerational Town Hall Meeting

    Helen Teague, Pepperdine University, United States; Charle Pruett, Pruett Gerontology Center, United States; Chris Kyker, Texas Silver-Haired Legislature, United States; Ashley Bryan, Abilene Christian University, United States

    This paper describes an Intergenerational Town Hall Meeting including six generations of participants. This paper establishes the protocol of the Town Hall forum mediated by intergenerational,... More

    pp. 888-897

  5. Navigating education, ethics and engagement in a social media world.

    David Webster, University of Gloucestershire, United States

    In some corners of Higher Education, we see an embrace of Social Media We tweet back and forth with students, and from field trips. We have Facebook groups for our courses. We tag each other, have ... More

    pp. 898-902

  6. Rockcliffe University Consortium

    Kevin Feenan, Rockcliffe University Consortium, United States

    This showcase is to provide information on Rockcliffe University Consortium (https://urockcliffe.com), a global online organization dedicated to the advancement of service, education, and research ... More

    p. 903

  7. Rockcliffe University Consortium

    Kevin Feenan, Rockcliffe University Consortium, United States

    This demonstration is to provide information on Rockcliffe University Consortium (https://urockcliffe.com), a global online organization dedicated to the advancement of service, education, and... More

    p. 904

  8. An Online Programming Assignment Testing and Assessment Tool

    Xue Bai & Ade Ola, Virginia State University, United States; Yingjin Cui, The Governor's School @ Innovation Park, United States

    Automatic grading of programming assignments and feedback generation is an important field in academic research. It aims at improving the learning process through adequate practical exercises... More

    pp. 905-914

  9. An Evaluation Of The Effectiveness Of Digital Tool Use In Undergraduate History Classes

    Scott Elliot, SEG Measurement, United States; Gerry Bogatz, MarketingWorks, United States; Cathy Mikulas, SEG Measurement, United States

    The purpose of this study was to explore the impact of a digital tool on student performance in undergraduate history courses in a single semester of college. This study investigated the following ... More

    pp. 915-922

  10. Assessing the Impact of a Virtual Lab In Health Care Education

    Helene-Marie Goulding, Robin Kay & Jia Li, The University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Canada

    The purpose of this study was to investigate the effectiveness of an online virtual lab as a learning tool to prepare allied health students for face-to-face laboratory sessions. Both qualitative ... More

    pp. 923-928

  11. Remote Collaborative Writing Support System aimed to foster Student’s Writing Ability

    Misato Inaoki & Yoshio Yamagishi, Kanazawa Institute of Technology, Japan

    The writing ability tends to be important for university students nowadays. To foster the writing ability of students, we proposed a remote collaborative writing support system based on real-time... More

    pp. 929-932

  12. Proficiency Evaluation e-Learning System for Using Machine Learning Technique

    Toshiyuki Maeda, Sho Yoneda & Mikuni Totani, Hannan University, Japan

    This paper presents an e-learning system which allows students to proceed self learning with proficiency evaluation. In this system, not only questions but also students are classified in certain ... More

    pp. 933-938

  13. Amadeus-SIMM: A Tool for Tracking Social Interactions in Collaborative Learning Environments

    Francisco Medeiros, Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology of Paraiba, Brazil; Alex Gomes, UFPE, Brazil

    Tracking interactions on Collaborative Learning Environments (CLEs), with an increasing number of collaborative tools, offering a real time support for learners, is one of the most intense and... More

    pp. 939-943

  14. An Approach based on Social Network Analysis to Support Teaching Presence

    Francisco Medeiros, Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology of Paraiba, Brazil; Alex Gomes, Federal University of Pernambuco, Brazil

    Tracking interactions on Collaborative Learning Environments (CLEs), with an increasing number of collaborative tools, offering a real time support for learners, is one of the most intense and... More

    pp. 944-949

  15. Digital Intelligence: Using a Collaborative Academic Information System for the Adoption of Sustainable Instructional Technologies

    Kim Moorning, City University of New York, United States

    As smart technologies become pervasive, connected devices streamline distributed data from the seemingly, limitless Internet. This digitization of life is a disruption that changes the dynamics of... More

    pp. 950-955

  16. Moodle Plug-in to Predict Student Performance Using Data Mining

    Igor Moreira Félix, Ana Paula Ambrósio, Joyce Siqueira & Priscila Silva Neves Lima, Universidade Federal de Goiás, Brazil; Jacques Duilio Brancher, Universidade Estadual de Londrina, Brazil

    Moodle registers a vast amount of data about students’ behavior, including information about interaction between students and environment; students and content; and students and other students.... More

    pp. 956-960

  17. Development of Learning Contents for University Students and New Employees Unfamiliar to PCs

    Toru Ochi, Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan; Ryuji Miyazaki & Hiroyuki Dekihara, Hiroshima International University, Japan

    Recently new students and new employees do not have sufficient experience of PC operation. They are not skillful at basic skills of a PC such as file manipulation and do not understand a PC... More

    pp. 961-965

  18. Supporting Documentation of Informal Learning and Making from a Distance with Voicethread

    Kevin Oliver & Rob Moore, North Carolina State University, United States

    This best practices session and paper describes the incorporation of Voicethread as a tool for supporting design documentation of makerspace projects among graduate distance education students in a... More

    pp. 966-970

  19. Cognitive Dialog Games Design to Improve Argumentation and Collaborative Learning Discussions

    Ilker Yengin, Institute of High Performance Computing, ASTAR - Singapore, Singapore; Jonathan Herberg, Praveena Satkunarajah & Margaret Tan, IHPC, Singapore

    We tested the feasibility of our collaborative e-learning application in a pilot study with secondary school students. The tool, called DiaCog (in reference to “cognitive dialog games”), aims to... More

    pp. 971-980

  20. Determining Learning Status in SDN Construction Exercises

    Takashi Yokoyama, Hisayoshi Kunimune & Masaaki Niimura, Shinshu University, Japan

    Recently, significant attention has been paid to software-defined networking (SDN). With the spread of SDN, network construction exercises that use this technology have been developed in some... More

    pp. 981-986