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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)

Mar 06, 2009 Volume 4, Number 1

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Number of articles: 12

  1. MOSEP â?? More Self-Esteem With My E-Portfolio Development of a Train-the-Trainer Course for E-Portfolio Tutors

    Wolf Hilzensauer, Salzburg Research Forschungsgesellschaft m.b.H.; Gerlinde Buchberger, Paedagogische Hochschule Niederoesterreich

    E-portfolios are known as a technology- supported learning method for the documentation of competency development. In this article the didactic approach, the course design and the results of the... More

    pp. 5-8

  2. E-Portfolio Implementations and Experiences: Didactical Functionalities of E-Portfolio in Interdisciplinary Contexts

    Elena M?nuc?, University of Bucharest; Sevastian Alexandru & Roxana Gavrila?, â??Vasile Lupu

    We propose to emphasize the opportunities of using e-learning instruments of teaching/learning in the high school education and to prove, from the perspective both of the teacher and of the trainer... More

    pp. 9-12

  3. Learning and Teaching With E-Portfolios: Experiences in and Challenges for Adult Education

    Gerhard Bisovsky, Die Wiener Volkshochschulen GmbH; Sandra Schaffert, Salzburg Research Forschungsgesellschaft m.b.H.

    Based on short introduction into the e-portfolio method, this contribution focuses on experiences and challenges for adult education: For that, it describes best practice, current projects and... More

    pp. 13-15

  4. Evaluation of E-Portfolio Software

    Klaus Himpsl & Peter Baumgartner, Danube University Krems

    E-Portfolios are a new type of software and it is still relatively vague to determine, which functions are obligatory â?? that is which functions constitute characteristic features â?? and which... More

    pp. 16-22

  5. Studentsâ?? Perceptions of Learning Mathematics With Cellular Phones and Applets

    Wajeeh Daher

    This paper describes the perceptions of middle school students regarding learning mathematics with cellular phones and web applets, their perceptions regarding the differences between these two... More

    pp. 23-28

  6. The Effects of the Use of Renzulli Learning on Student Achievement in Reading Comprehension, Reading Fluency, Social Studies, and Science

    Gara Field, University of Georgia

    Renzulli Learning is an on-line educational profile and educational learning system designed to match student interests, learning styles, and expression styles with a vast array of educational... More

    pp. 29-39

  7. An Iterative and Incremental Approach for E-Learning Ontology Engineering

    Sudath Heiyanthuduwage, Study Group Australia; D. Karunaratna, University of Colombo School of Computing, 35, Reid Avenue, Colombo 7, Sri Lanka

    Abstract - There is a boost in the interest on ontology with the developments in Semantic Web technologies. Ontologies play a vital role in semantic web. Even though there is lot of work done on... More

    pp. 40-46

  8. Detecting Incomplete Learners in a Blended Learning Environment Among Japanese University Students

    Minoru Nakayama, CRADLE, Tokyo Institute of Technology; H. Kanazawa, Uchida Yoko Co., Ltd.; H. Yamamoto, CRADLE, Tokyo Institute of Technology, 152-8552 Japan

    To examine the feasibility of identifying incomplete participants who had not eventually completed a course in a blended learning environment using current learning behavioral data, access log data... More

    pp. 47-51

  9. Computational Environment for Radiology and Image-Diagnosis Teaching: A Proposal Using Systems Methodology

    Marília Pinheiro, Luis Figueiredo, Paulo Azevedo-Marques & Jorge Elias-Jr, Faculty of Medicine of Ribeirão Preto USP

    Defining a computational environment for radiology and image-diagnosis education requires the development of a model that covers the resident doctorâ??s training necessities and creates the... More

    pp. 52-57

  10. Breaking Boundaries: Quality E-Learning for the Global Knowledge Society

    Lalilta Rajasingham, Victoria University , Wellington, NEW ZEALAND, New Zealand

    The ideas and issues raised in this paper reflect a global challenge to understand the nature of E-learning in a knowledge society so that appropriate quality frameworks can be developed for new... More

    pp. 58-65

  11. Problems, Challenges and Benefits of Implementing E-learning in Nigerian Universities: An Empirical Study

    Manir Kamba, bayero Univerisity Kano

    This paper tries to examine and discuss the problems, challenges and Benefits of implementing E-Learning in Nigeria by reviewing the consciousness and willingness of the selected Universities. This... More

    pp. 66-69

  12. Towards a Mobile Education of the Sciences of Information in Morocco

    Boubker Sbihi, Ecole des Sciences de l'Information; Siham El Jazouli, Ecole des sciences de l'Information

    This article aims to identify learning needs and continuing learning in information science at the ESI (Ecole des Sciences de lâ??Information which is the only school in Morocco which purpose is to... More

    pp. 70-76