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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)

Jun 28, 2018 Volume 13, Number 7

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Number of articles: 19

  1. Personalized Distance Education System Based on Data Mining

    Zhimin Qi, Jilin Normal University, Jilin, China

    To improve the poor intelligence and personalized service of the learning system in current distance education and training, a personalized learning system model based on data mining technology was... More

    pp. 4-16

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  2. New Scheduling Algorithm for Mobile Teaching Cloud Resource Push

    Qing Wan, Chongqing Vocational Institute of Engineering, Chongqing, 402260, China; Xueping Yang & Guanghai Chen, Modern Educational Technology & Application Technology Promotion Center of Chong-qing Vocational Institute of Engineering, 402260, China

    In order to solve the drawbacks of the traditional message push mechanism in terms of diversity, power consumption, traffic consumption, and message real-time performance, an adaptive scheduling... More

    pp. 17-29

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  3. Application of Data Mining Technology in the Subject Tactical Teaching of Badminton

    Delin Yang, Henan Polytechnic, Henan Zhengzhou ,450046, China

    In badminton field tactics teaching, there are problems of not timely, inaccu-rate and incomplete data collection of completion cases, not deep enough da-ta and too few personalized training... More

    pp. 30-42

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  4. Design and Implementation of a College English Listening Learning System Based on Android Platform

    Hongbo Huang, University of Science and Technology Liaoning, Liaoning Province 114044, China

    To create a good English listening learning environment for college students, based on the Android platform and learning from mobile learning theory and language learning theory, Android software... More

    pp. 43-56

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  5. The Application of Augmented Reality Visual Communication in Network Teaching

    Qian Zhao, Jiujiang University art institute, Jiangxi, 332000, China

    In order to improve the effectiveness of online teaching, visual communica-tion of augmented reality technology was applied. Network teaching was an auxiliary teaching form that used the network as... More

    pp. 57-70

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  6. Design and Application of a Situation Simulation Technology in Financial Teaching

    Jingsheng Li, Luoyang Institute of Science and Technology,Henan 471000, China

    In the current financial instructional design, the current technical means can only solve the theoretical problems such as “what” and “why”, and it cannot solve the practical problem of “how to do ... More

    pp. 71-84

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  7. Exploration of Key Technologies in a Personalized English Learning System

    Lei Ding, Jilin Communications Polytechnic, Jilin, China

    The existing e-learning system simply presents a large number of learning re-sources to learners, without considering the needs of students' personalized learning, resulting in the problem of... More

    pp. 85-96

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  8. Self-organizing Community Learning Based on P2P Network in a University Computer Foundation Course

    Zumin Liu, Chengdu University of Technology, Sichuan, China; Shiying Zhang, Chengdu Polytechnic, Sichuan, China

    In order to solve the problem of lack of targeted guidance for learners in the community learning process, an improved algorithm for constructing com-munities was proposed. The algorithm used P2P... More

    pp. 97-110

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  9. Design and Analysis of an Interactive MOOC Teaching System Based on Virtual Reality

    Yongfei Zhang, College of Education Science, Dali University, Dali,Yunnan, China; Jianshu Chen & Dan Miao, Department of Public class, Honghe Health Vocational College,Mengzi, Yunnan, China; Chen Zhang, Department of Pharmacy,Honghe Health Vocational College,Mengzi, Yunnan, China

    In order to solve the problem of lack of immersion in the MOOC curriculum, through research on key technologies, a MOOC teaching interactive system based on virtual reality was constructed to... More

    pp. 111-123

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  10. Japanese Informatization Teaching Model Based on MOOC

    Guozheng Fang, School of Oriental Languages, Mudanjiang Normal University, Heilongjiang 157013, China

    In view of the lack of evaluation of learning effectiveness in Japanese MOOC teaching, the students' primary data on the effectiveness of Japanese learning on the MOOC platform were collected.... More

    pp. 124-136

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  11. Application of Computer aided Collaborative Learning Model in English Virtual Electronic Teaching

    Jing Wu, Honors School, Harbin University of Commerce, Harbin, Heilongjiang, China

    In order to improve teaching quality, the collaborative learning model was applied to English virtual electronic teaching. A virtual e-learning platform suitable for English teaching was... More

    pp. 137-148

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  12. Development and Application of an English Network Teaching System Based on MOOC

    Nina Zhang

    Compared to traditional university network learning, MOOC teach-ing emphasized "student-centered", "knowledge modularity" and "interaction and communication". In order to construct a perfect... More

    pp. 149-160

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  13. Exploration of English Composition Diagnosis System Based on Rule Matching

    Xurong Xu

    To discuss the grammar checking system and to solve the low accuracy of the system and bad effect, the grammar checking algorithm and the accuracy were improved. On this basis, a grammar checking... More

    pp. 161-173

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  14. Application of Virtual Environment in the Teaching of Basketball Tactics

    Shuaidong Li, Luoyang Normal University, Luoyang, China

    The traditional experience basketball teaching method can only master the technical essentials through repeated practice, which seriously affects the ef-ficiency of basketball training. Based on... More

    pp. 174-186

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  15. Design and Application of a Fuzzy Evaluation Algorithm for Stroke Force in Calligraphy Teaching

    Lizhi Xing, Luoyang Institute of Science and Technology, Henan 471000, China

    To solve the problem that the existing electronic word learning device only had a single character writing exercise function, the interaction structure and the stroke force analysis algorithm of... More

    pp. 187-200

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  16. Design and Application of Children's Entertainment Education Software in Preschool Education

    Xicai Li, Moscow Arts College of Weinan Normal University, Shaanxi, China

    The current preschool education children's educational software mostly ig-nores the preschool children's psychological characteristics and rigidly com-bines the educational and entertainment nature... More

    pp. 201-213

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  17. Design of Digital Network Shared Learning Platform Based on SCORM Standard

    Shen Yanhong

    Aiming at the problem of low utilization rate of teaching resources, a personalized recommendation system of digital teaching resources under SCORM standard was put forward. Based on the learner's ... More

    pp. 214-227

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  18. Perception and Text Comprehension. It’s a Matter of Perception!

    Aglaia Tourimpampa & Athanasios Drigas, N.C.S.R. "DEMOKRITOS" - INSTITUTE OF INFORMATICS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS - NET MEDIA LAB; Alexandra Economou & Petros Roussos, Department of Psychology, University of Athens, Greece

    This study is a comprehensive attempt to assess the impact of the cognitive skill of perception in the ability to comprehend a text. More specifically, it investigates the function of perception as... More

    pp. 228-242

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  19. Adaptive Internet Technology as a Tool for Flipping the Classroom to Develop Communicative Foreign Language Skills

    Olga Shaykina & Mikhail Minin, National Research Tomsk Polytechnic University

    A promising method of flipped classroom technology is becoming increasingly popular among higher education teachers. Flipping the classroom is considered to be a sufficient approach for best time... More

    pp. 243-249

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