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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)

Apr 28, 2017 Volume 12, Number 4

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Number of articles: 16

  1. Teaching ''Information Systems Management'' with Moodle

    Khalid Jebari, LARGESS Laboratory Multidisciplinary Faculty El Jadida University Chouaib Doukkali El Jadida; Faouzi Boussedra; Aziz Ettouhami, Design and Systems Laboratory Faculty of Sciences, Mohammed V University UM5A, Rabat Morocco.

    This paper describes an overview of the ”information systems management” course implemented in Moodle platform. The course is prepared for FPJ faculty students by respecting the competency learning... More

    pp. 4-16

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  2. "All for One and One for All"- Creating a Mobile Learning Net for ESP Students' Needs

    Marianthi Batsila, Open University of the U.K.; Charilaos Tsihouridis, University of Thessaly, Volos; Anastasios Tsihouridis, Democritus University, Department of Education, Thrace, Greece

    This paper looks into the ways ESP teachers have employed mobile learning scenarios in the teaching of English to Vocational Secondary school learners. Six teachers and 157 students participated in... More

    pp. 17-38

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  3. An Investigation into the Role of Tablet Devices in Facilitating Collaborative Learning in EFL Language Course

    Haifa Albadry, Newcastle University

    The following paper outlines research concerning the ways in which learners use tablet devices, namely the iPad device, to learn English both in and outside of the classroom and how students’... More

    pp. 39-52

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  4. Design and Practice of Surveying Experiment System based on a Virtual Platform

    Caiyun Gao & Qiutang Wu

    The experimental teaching of surveying is an effective method for students to acquire basic surveying skills and solve practical problems. By contrast, the traditional experimental teaching mode of... More

    pp. 53-61

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  5. A Novel Authentication Scheme for E-assessments Based on Student Behavior over E-learning Platform

    Yassine Khlifi, Umm Al-Qura University, KSA. Carthage University, Tunisia., Tunisia; Hassan El-Sabagh, Umm Al-Qura University, KSA. Mansoura Univesity, EG.

    E-Learning and distance education have become common choices for academic institutions. Based on advances in information technology systems, educational institutions have enabled the employment of ... More

    pp. 62-89

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  6. Debugging Tool to Learn Algorithms: A Case Study Minimal Spanning Tree

    Ahmed Khedr, College of Computer Science and Engineering, Hail University, Hail, KSA. Faculty of Engineering, AlAzhar University, Cairo, Egypt; Hazem Bahig, College of Computer Science and Engineering, Hail University, Hail, KSA. Faculty of Science, Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt., Egypt

    This paper presents a visualization tool that works as a debugger to learn the minimal spanning tree. The tool allows the user to enter the graph as a matrix and then allow the user to visualize... More

    pp. 90-100

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  7. ICTs and Music in Generic Learning Disabilities

    Paraskevi Theodorou & Athanasios Drigas, N.C.S.R. "DEMOKRITOS" - INSTITUTE OF INFORMATICS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS - TELECOMS LAB-NET MEDIA LAB

    The purpose of this paper is to review the most representative studies of the last decade (2006-2015) which deal with the combination of technology and music and concern individuals with Generic... More

    pp. 101-110

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  8. Rule-based Cognitive Modeling and Model Tracing in a Math Story Problem Tutor

    Nabila Khodier, Electronics Research Institute; Hanan Elazhary, King Abdulaziz University; Nayer Wanas, Electronics Research Institute

    Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITSs) are intended to help in tutoring the students in specific domains typically by improving their problem solving skills. An important aspect of such ITSs is their ... More

    pp. 111-125

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  9. Factors Supporting an Information Technology Management : Teachers in Primary Schools in Thailand

    Daoprakai Raso & Pariyaporn Tungkunanan, King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang, Bangkok, Thailand; Abhichat Anukulwech, Chonburi Technical College, Chonburi, Thailand

    The objectives of this research were (1) to study the authentic situation of the Information Technology Management of Teachers in Primary Schools in Thailand (2) to study the factors supporting the... More

    pp. 126-140

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  10. Design and Implementation of a Multimedia-based Technology Solution to Assist Children with Intellectual Disability to Learn

    Samir Abou El-Seoud, British University in Egypt - BUE; Jihad Alja'am, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Qatar University, Qatar; Masoud Mwinyi, ITS Services Center. Qatar University. Qatar, Qatar

    This paper presents an innovative technological solution to improve the understanding and cognitive functions of children with intellectual disability through multimedia. New algorithms that mine... More

    pp. 141-152

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  11. An Efficient E-Exam Scheme

    Moustafa Al-Fayoumi; Sattar Aboud, Bedfordshire University Department of Computer Science and Technology Luton, UK, United Kingdom

    Secure e-exam is one of the considerable difficult problems in e-learning environment. The exam process for any educational university should involve different security techniques that should be... More

    pp. 153-162

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  12. Assessing Collaborative Problem Solving Skills in Technology-Enhanced Learning Environments – The PISA Framework and Modes of Communication

    Jalal Nouri, Department of computer and system sciences, Stockholm University; Anna Ã…kerfeldt, Department of child and youth studies, Stockholm university; Uno Fors & Staffan Selander, Department of computer and systems sciences, Stockholm University

    As been highlighted by many, for instance by PISA, Collaborative Problem Solving (CPS) is a critical and necessary 21st century skill across educational settings. While many initiatives have been... More

    pp. 163-174

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  13. Software Solution Improving Productivity and Quality for Big Volume Students' Group Assessment Process

    Martin Misut, University of Economics in Bratislava, Faculty of Economic Informatics, Dolnozemská cesta 1 852 35 Bratislava; Maria Misutova, Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Faculty of Materials Science and Technology Hajdoczyho 1, 917 24 Trnava

    The key difference between testing a small and a larger group of students is typically the impossibility to use an e-assessment interface for a very large group of students in one room, especially ... More

    pp. 175-190

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  14. Teaching Experience on Faculty Members’ Perceptions about the Attributes of Open Educational Resources (OER)

    Muhua Zhang, China Three Gorges University; Yan Li, Zhejiang University

    The purpose of this study was to investigate the impact of online teaching experience on faculty members’ perceptions about attributes of OER. Rogers’ (2003) attributes of innovation theory was... More

    pp. 191-199

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  15. Design of Education Application based on Shiva 3D Platform

    Hui Sun

    With the popular spread of electronic products, more and more related applications based on a virtual platform are being utilized. Meanwhile, more and more concerns are surfacing about the... More

    pp. 200-207

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  16. Cooperative Learning Web Application for Water Care in Colombia – Manglar: Actor-Network Theory Software Solution

    Pedro Feijóo García & Deiby Medina Cortés, Universidad El Bosque Bogotá D.C., Colombia; Maria Ramírez Cajiao & Edier Espinosa Díaz, Universidad de los Andes Bogotá D.C., Colombia

    One of the major challenges related to water care in Colombia, is to teach and massify good practices along its territory and population, looking forward to promote the preservation of this... More

    pp. 208-216

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