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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)

Jan 12, 2021 Volume 16, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 19

  1. Predicting Factors that Influence Students’ Learning Outcomes Using Learning Analytics in Online Learning Environment

    Saida Ulfa, State University of Malang, Indonesia; Izzul Fatawi, Islamic Institute of Nurul Hakim, Lombok Barat, Indonesia

    The application of online learning has increased significantly, recently. One of the key successes in online learning is student interactions. An active learning strategy would engage the students ... More

    pp. 4-17

  2. Kaanbal: A Mobile Learning Platform Focused on Monitoring and Customization of Learning

    César Huerta-Guerrero, Eduardo Lopez-Dominguez, Yesenia Hernández-Velázquez, Saul Domínguez-Isidro & Arturo Cueto-García, Laboratorio Nacional de Informática Avanzada; Jorge De-la-Calleja & María Medina-Nieto, Universidad Politécnica de Puebla

    For the new educational models, it is essential to include teaching strategies that allow students to customize their learning based on their competencies, skills, and preferences, as well as... More

    pp. 18-43

  3. Design and Application of an Improved Genetic Algorithm to a Class Scheduling System

    Xiangliu Chen, Guilin University of Electronic Technology; Xiao-Guang Yue, European University Cyprus; Rita Li, Hong Kong Shue Yan University; Ainur Zhumadillayeva, L.N.Gumilyov Eurasian National UniversityFaculty of Information Technologies,; Ruru Liu, Chizhou University

    The current expansion of national colleges and universities or the increase in the number of enrolments requires teaching management to ensure the quality of teaching. The problem of scheduling is ... More

    pp. 44-59

  4. Antecedents of Blackboard Adoption by Lecturers at a South African Higher Education Institution – Extending GETAMEL

    Obert Matarirano, Nobert Jere, Hlanganani Sibanda & Manoj Panicker, Walter Sisulu University

    Learning Management Systems (LMS) have become central to the teaching and learning in Higher Education Institutions (HEI). The aim of this paper was to test the constructs of the General Extended... More

    pp. 60-79

  5. Interactive Study of Multimedia and Virtual Technology in Art Education

    Quan Liu, Center for International Affairs and Education, Kyungil University of Korean, Gyeongsan-si, Korea; Haiyan Chen, Institute of Education Sciences, Wuhan University,Wuhan, China; M. Crabbe, Wolfson College, Oxford University, Oxford OX2 6UD, UK, United Kingdom

    Art education an important part of aesthetic education. It is indispensable for the comprehensive and healthy development of human beings. The basic task is to cultivate creative ability, human... More

    pp. 80-93

  6. Does Flipped Classroom Model Affect EFL Learners’ Anxiety in English Speaking Performance?

    Mohamad Abdullah, Buraimi University College, Oman National University of Malaysia, Malaysia; Supyan Hussin & Kemboja Ismail, National University of Malaysia, Malaysia

    Learners of English as a foreign language (EFL) face various challenges which impede their efforts to achieve English proficiency, especially in speaking performance. In response, this study sets... More

    pp. 94-108

  7. The Effect of Network Relational Structure on Knowledge Diffusion Learning: An Empirical Study

    Zhang Renping, Wuhan University; Zheng ShiYong, Guilin university of electronic technology; Qiu Ming, Guangxi College Of Education; Rizwan Ali, Wuhan Technology and Business University; Ubaldo Comite, University Giustino Fortunato

    As social media has been popularized, users have shifted from the receiver of knowledge to the creator and communicator of knowledge. Besides, the relationship between users has become more... More

    pp. 109-123

  8. Postgraduate Training Performance Evaluation Applying Weighting and Comprehensive Fuzzy Evaluation Methods

    Mei Wang, Zeng Zhang & Mi Xu, School of Education, Tianjin University, Tianjin, China

    Postgraduate training performance evaluation is an important part of higher education evaluation. In order to quantitatively evaluate the performance of postgraduate training combined with the... More

    pp. 124-133

  9. Utilizing Text Mining and Feature-Sentiment-Pairs to Support Data-Driven Design Automation Massive Open Online Course

    Nasa Dina, Riky Yunardi & Aji Firdaus, Universitas Airlangga

    This study aimed to develop a case-based design framework to analyze online us-er reviews and understanding the user preferences in a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) content-related design.... More

    pp. 134-151

  10. A Study on Digital Literacy Skills of Faculty of Letters Students: Use of University Library

    Burcu Zan, Huriye Çolaklar, Ahmet Altay & Nuri Taşkın, Bartın University

    Digital literacy skills are important, for university students, who are qualified human resources of countries, to have the digital literacy skills to meet the needs of the current age. However, in... More

    pp. 152-171

  11. Analysis of Blended Learning Model Application Using Text Mining Method

    Lin Wang, Yanfen Huang & Muhd Omar, Universiti Putra Malaysia

    The rapid development of networks has resulted in the recognition of blended learning as an effective learning model. The text mining method was used to analyze the blended learning practice data... More

    pp. 172-187

  12. Formation of Legal Competence of Future Bachelors of Psychological and Pedagogical Education

    Roman Nagovitsyn, Glazov State Pedagogical Institute, Glazov, Russian Federation; Elena Berezhnykh, Judicial Collegium for Civil Cases of the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation, Moscow; Alexey Popovic & Oleg Srebrodolsky, K.G. Razumovsky Moscow State University of Technologies and Management (The First Cossack University), Moscow

    This article presents the author’s vision of the content and technology of forming the legal competence of future teachers and psychologists, which includes six synergistically interrelated... More

    pp. 188-204

  13. Optimization Analysis and Implementation of Online Wisdom Teaching Mode in Cloud Classroom Based on Data Mining and Processing

    Jing Gao, Wuhan Business University, Cultural Tourism Industry Research Center, Wuhan, China; Xiao-Guang Yue, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, School of Sciences, European Universi-ty Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus; Lulu Hao, Wuhan Business University, Cultural Tourism Industry Research Center, Wuhan, China; M. Crabbe, Wolfson College, Oxford University, Oxford OX2 6UD, UK, United Kingdom; Otilia Manta, Romanian Academy, Center for Financial and Monetary Research—Victor Slăvescu, Bucha-rest 050711, Romania; Nelson Duarte, CIICESI, ESTG, Politécnico do Porto, Felgueiras 4610-156, Portugal

    The rapid development of Internet technology and information technology is rapidly changing the way people think, recognize, live, work and learn. In the context of Internet + education, the... More

    pp. 205-218

  14. Designing and Developing e-Assessment Delivery System Under IMS QTI ver.2.2 Specification

    Mohammed Boussakuk, Ahmed Bouchboua, Mohammed El Ghazi, Moulhime El Bekkali & Mohammed Fattah, Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah University, Fez

    Using technology to create online examination is important, more than that, exploring the recent research in the area of standardization of the learning and the assessment content is of paramount. ... More

    pp. 219-233

  15. An Accent Marking Algorithm of English Conversion System Based on Morphological Rules

    Yanxia Zhao & Wei Ren, Zhejiang Business College, Hangzhou, China; Zheng Li, Beijing Union University, Beijing, China

    Facing the English conversion system, the existing accent marking algorithms cannot acquire the morphological rules of English, making the accent marking inaccurate, inefficient, and time-consuming... More

    pp. 234-246

  16. A Research-Oriented Teaching Model for Public Physical Education in Colleges Based on Extenics Theory

    Lin Wang & Weifeng Deng, Hainan Vocational University of Science and Technology, Haikou 571126, China

    This paper mainly designs a research-oriented teaching (ROT) model for public physical education (PE) in colleges based on extenics theory, which overcomes the limits and defects of the current ROT... More

    pp. 247-261

  17. Influence of Teacher-Student Matching on Knowledge Innovation of College Students

    Yuan Zhang, Jingdezhen Ceramic Institute, Jingdezhen 333403, China

    The relationship between teacher-student matching and knowledge innovation of college students is constrained by multiple factors. Considering the multiple constraints, this paper explores deep... More

    pp. 262-274

  18. Measurement and Evaluation of Collaborative Development Level of Higher Education

    Qian Liu, Department of Physical Education, Beijing Institute of Petrochemical Technology, Beijing 102617, China; Yongzhe Wang, Economics and Management College, Beijing Institute of Petrochemical Technology, Beijing 102617, China; Shaoda Kang, Hebei Finance University, Baoding, Hebei 071000, China

    With the aid of grey correlation theory and technique for order of preference by similarity to ideal solution (TOPSIS), this paper sets up a multi-dimensional evaluation index system (EIS) for the ... More

    pp. 275-288

  19. The Use of Electronic Educational Resources of The University as A Means of Increasing The Educational Motivation of Students

    Irina Talysheva, Khene Pegova & Liliya Khaliullina, Kazan Federal University, Elabuga Institute (Branch), Elabuga, Russian Federation

    The relevance of using electronic educational resources as a means of developing educational motivation is determined by a detailed study of issues related to the use of this educational technology... More

    pp. 289-304