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

Oct 15, 2018

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Number of papers: 226

  1. Facilitating Access to Digital Records of Practice in Education with Technology

    Erica Crawford, University of Michigan School of Education, United States; Kara Suzuka, University of Hawaii at Manoa, United States; Rebecca Frank & Elizabeth Yakel, University of Michigan School of Information, United States

    Many disciplines are changing their traditional approaches to data, encouraging data producers to share data and enable researchers and practitioners to reuse data to answer new research questions ... More

    pp. 1-10

  2. Design and Development of an Attendance Tracking and Early Warning System (AT-EAW)

    Dabin Ding & Fei Cao, University of Central Missouri, United States; Michelle Zhu, Montclair State University, United States

    Increase in student retention is considered the economic driver for the Universities. University administrators are in great hunger for systems that could help them monitor the attendance of... More

    pp. 11-17

  3. Comparison of Blended and Traditional Laboratory Format in Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory Sections

    Bonnie McCormick & Susan Hall, University of the Incarnate Word, United States

    In order to solve problems of resource use and scheduling, the first semester Introductory Anatomy and Physiology laboratory was redesigned and offered as a blended (hybrid) course. Students who... More

    pp. 18-26

  4. Detecting pupils’ opinions on learning physics bodily by unsupervised machine learning

    Hannu Moilanen, Sami Äyrämö & Marja Kankaanranta, University of Jyväskylä, Finland

    The purpose of this study is to explore the added value that bodily learning brings to the study of physics at lower secondary school and how pupils experience a new way of studying physics. The... More

    pp. 27-38

  5. Management of Virtual Teams in Multi-National learning environments and corporations

    Pradyotha Budaraju & Klaus Schmidt, Illinois State University, United States; Sanjana Hossain, ISU, United States

    This paper will present the concept of virtual teams (VTs), that is implemented across numerous organizations, but will specifically focus on multi-national corporations (MNCs). The purpose of this... More

    pp. 39-46

  6. Impact of Active Learning on the Flipped Class: Business Student Global Collaboration

    Wade Halvorson, Monash University, Australia; Sabine Emad, University of Applied Sciences Western Switzerland – Geneva Business School (HEG), Switzerland

    In this presentation, I will describe an innovative, flexible and efficient method for teaching business case studies across international boundaries. The primary goal of the project was to... More

    pp. 47-52

  7. Utilization of AI Voice Interaction for Educational Experiment System Based on Biological Data Analysis

    Takaya Masaki, Tomohiro Nakahara, Hatsuho Nankai, Ryoya Hayashi, Akihito Fujimoto & Tetsuya Sato, Kobe City College of Technology, Japan

    This paper details the development of voice interaction on our proven KCCT-VB(Kobe City College of Technology Vocabulary Builder). Though our students have to touch a button on the screen to choose... More

    pp. 53-58

  8. Strategies for Planning and Implementing Kaltura for Online Learning

    LaQuata Sumter, Albany Technical College and University of North Texas, United States

    Kaltura video tools integrate within the Brightspace by D2L learning management system to provide students a high-quality viewing experience while preventing the LMS from stalling under the weight ... More

    pp. 59-64

  9. Descriptive analysis of e-textbook multimedia and interaction

    Normand Roy, Université de Montréal, Canada; Yannick Beauchamp & Priscilla Boyer, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières, Canada

    Even if we expect much more from e-textbooks, students and schools are dependant of publishers who are responsible to develop and offer the material. In this situation, it is not clear how... More

    pp. 65-73

  10. Impact of Course Quality on Student Academic Performance

    Cassandra Shaw & Kathleen Irwin, American Public University System, United States; Thomas Schaefer & Chad Patrizi, American Public University, United States

    Quality was thought to be an important factor in the delivery of online courses. Quality is defined as "a high level of value or excellence" by Merriam Webster (Quality, 2016). Through this... More

    pp. 74-79

  11. ProblemPal: Generating Autonomous Practice Content in Real-Time with Voice Commands and Amazon Alexa

    Neelay Trivedi, Students Coding Schools, Watchung Hills Regional High School, United States

    According to a report by K-12 Market Advisors, teachers spend an average of twelve hours weekly searching for instructional materials and making practice content for students. This amounts to over ... More

    pp. 80-82

  12. Steerable Environmental Simulations for Exploratory Learning

    Michelle Zhu, Nicole Panorkou, Sowmith Etikyala, Debasmita Basu, Taheeda Street-Conaway & Pricilla Iranah, Montclair State University, United States; Daniel Mazol, Kearny School, United States; Corey Hannum, Ryan Marshall, Pankaj Lal & Bharath Samanthula, Montclair State University, United States

    This paper presents the software design for some interactive simulations on the subject of Earth and Environmental science in grades 5, 6 and 7. These simulations together with some programming... More

    pp. 83-92

  13. Disruptive Formality in Social Media Interaction Practices within a Saudi Higher Education Institution

    Jamilah Alamri, King Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia

    This paper contributes to the understanding of instructor-student interaction practices, and social media adoption in higher education systems that are generally characterised by a formal quality, ... More

    pp. 93-104

  14. Connectedness in an Online Doctoral Program: Building Community and Advancing Understandings as Emerging Scholars

    Tasnem Alarbi, Nouf Alghamdi, Lisa Beaulieu, Mihiri Meepegama, Nichole Scarlett, Christie Vanorsdale & Rachel Van Campenhout, Duquesne University, United States

    This collaborative self-study applied a Community of Practice (CoP) framework to examine how a cohort of first-year doctoral students in an instructional technology program utilized Slack, an... More

    pp. 105-109

  15. Role of Social Media on Social Consciousness and Engagement

    Amani Bin jwair, Prince Sattam bin Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia

    This study explores the roles of social media and their potential to become a robust tool for raising social consciousness, educating, informing, and preparing users to become active citizens... More

    pp. 110-120

  16. Digging into the PIT: A new tool for characterizing the social paleontological community

    Lisa Lundgren, Kent J. Crippen & Richard T. Bex, II, University of Florida, United States

    The purpose of this study is to share the development of a new analytical tool, the Paleontological Identity Taxonomy (PIT), for characterizing members of a science community of practice that is... More

    pp. 121-128

  17. Micro-Badging and Modular Service Learning Open Education Resources for the Developing World

    Deborah Cooke & Sarah Corbitt, Western Governors University, United States

    With the continual disaggregation of higher education, micro-credentialing is becoming an important way to recognize specific competencies and skills and develop workforce readiness. Graduate and... More

    pp. 129-133

  18. Online Gateway Assessments in Applied Calculus

    Erin Goodykoontz, Doug Squire & Cody Hood, West Virginia University, United States

    Applied Calculus draws a large number of non-STEM majors with widely varying mathematical backgrounds. To meet the needs of this large student population, we use an online assessment system to... More

    pp. 134-138

  19. A Study of Pulse Wave Analysis Based on Biological Data Measurements in Educational Experiments

    Ryoya Hayashi, Tomohiro Nakahara, Hatsuho Nankai, Akihito Fujimoto, Takaya Masaki & Tetsuya Sato, Kobe City College of Technology, Japan

    This paper is a report on a new analysis of human heart pulse to look into an autonomic learning behaviors based on biological data measurements using a pulse oximeter. Intensive experiments were... More

    pp. 139-144

  20. Utilizing e-Portfolios to Assess Skills, Dispositions, Content Knowledge and Application of Teacher Candidates

    Loren Naffziger, Walden University, United States; Jessica Alvarado, National University, United States

    Assessing teacher candidates is an integral part of the educational process in a teacher education or credentialing program. In order to stay current with technology in the twenty-first century,... More

    pp. 145-147