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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)

Dec 04, 2006 Volume 1, Number 3

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Number of articles: 8

  1. Interactive System for Polish Signed Language Learning

    Karolina Nurzy?ska & Adam Dusze?ko

    The aim of this study is to present an overview about computer singed language course with module for automatic signed language recognition as a part of language acquisition test. The idea to... More

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  2. Total Quality Management (TQM) framework for e-learning based on EFQM and Kirkpatrick models

    Jeanne Schreurs

    The EFQM excellence model is a famous quality management tool. We have translated it to be useful in e-learning quality management. EFQM will be used as a framework for self-evaluation. We... More

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  3. An investigation of using the computer for reading and writing in the English classroom in secondary schools in the UK

    Bin Zou, United Kingdom

    This paper presents an investigation of using the computer in English teaching at the secondary school in the UK, particularly in respect of reading and writing skills. Many studies suggest that... More

  4. Data-Driven Learning and Awareness-Raising: An Effective Tandem to Improve Grammar in Written Composition?

    María Pérez Cañado & María Díez Bedmar, University of Jaén

    The present paper, framed within the ECTS scheme currently being piloted at the University of Jaén, reports on a study carried out in the second semester of the academic year 2004-5 with English... More

  5. An open source information system for online counseling for a Mexican university

    R Acosta, R Santos & M Garcia, Universidad de Colima, Mexico; Arthur Edwards, Universidad de Colima, Mexico

    One of the primary goals of undergraduate studies programs is to promote the professional and personal growth and success of their students. First year students, however, often suffer higher... More

  6. Accessibility of Educational Multimedia: in search of specific standards

    Stefania Bocconi, ITD/CNR, Italy; Silvia Dini, Istituto David Chiossone, ONLUS, Genoa, Italy; Lucia Ferlino & Michela Ott, ITD/CNR, Italy

    This paper deals with the issue of the accessibility of multimedia educational software. The problem is tackled from the viewpoint of standards, that is of the rules to be adopted at institutional ... More

  7. Ontological Representation of Academic Programs

    Richard Hackelbusch, Universität Oldenburg, Germany

    Using legal terminology, academic institutions release teaching and examination regulations to form the statutory framework of academic programs. This terminology is one reason why students often... More

  8. An Application of the Semantic Web Inspired by Human Learning and Natural Language Processing

    Rainer Spiegel, Ludwig Maximilians Universität, Germany

    The prototype in this paper presents a semantic web application that is inspired from psychology experiments on human learning and natural language processing. It aims at improving the proficiency ... More