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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)

Apr 30, 2019 Volume 14, Number 8

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Number of articles: 17

  1. Prediction Model on Student Performance based on Internal Assessment using Deep Learning

    Sadiq Hussain, Dibrugarh University; Zahraa Muhsion, Yass Salal, Paraskevi Theodoru, Fikriye Kurtoğlu & G. Hazarika

    Educational Data Mining plays a crucial role in identifying academically weak students of an institute and helps to develop different recommendation system for them. Students from three colleges of... More

    pp. 4-22

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  2. Analysis the Efficient Energy Prediction for 5G Wireless Communication Technologies

    Haider Alrikabi, Abdul Alaidi, Ahmad Abdalrada & Faisal Abed

    With the growth of technological devices, gadgets and utility products in routine life, there is need to escalate the energy optimization with higher degree of accuracy and performance. Earlier the... More

    pp. 23-37

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  3. Differential Classification Method in Different Teaching Models of Accounting Courses Based on Naive Bayesian Classification Algorithm

    Xiuying Ou, Wenzhou Business College, Wenzhou, China

    Accounting is an important management discipline with strong theoretical foundation and practical operation. Due to the differences between individuals in the process of learning, the mastery of... More

    pp. 38-51

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  4. Design of Database Teaching Model Based on Computational Thinking Training

    Xue-peng Huang, Hubei University of Police , Wuhan 430034 , China; Jing Leng, Hubei University of Police, Wuhan 430034, China

    This paper proposes to combine knowledge acquisition and thinking training in database course teaching, and designs a database teaching model based on computational thinking training. This model... More

    pp. 52-69

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  5. Doc2Vec &Naïve Bayes: Learners’ Cognitive Presence Assessment through Asynchronous Online Discussion TQ Transcripts

    Hind Hayati, Abdessamad Chanaa, Mohammed Khalidi Idrissi & Samir Bennani, RIME Team, Mohammadia School of Engineering, Mohammed V University in Rabat

    Due to the lack of face to face interaction in online learning environment, this article aims essentially to give tutors the opportunity to understand and analyze learners’ cognitive behavior. In... More

    pp. 70-81

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  6. University-Enterprise Cooperative Education Mode in the Context of Emerging Engineering Disciplines

    Shan Zhong, Office of Academic Affairs, Wuhan University of Technology, Wuhan, China; Xinmin Zhou, School of Automation, Wuhan University of Technology, Wuhan, China

    From the strategic perspective of adapting to the development of economy in the new era, the Chinese Ministry of Education has recently proposed a new concept of "Emerging Engineering Disciplines",... More

    pp. 82-96

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  7. The Influence of Community Structure on the Diffusion of Knowledge—A View Based on Market Segmentation

    Shi-yong Zheng, School of Economics and Management, Wuhan University, Wuhan , China; Mao-hong Liu, Management School, Wuhan University of Science and Technology, Wuhan , China; Jin-de Huang, Mathematics and Information Science department, Guangxi College Of Education, Nanning , China

    To analyze the effects of different seeding selection strategies on knowledge diffusion in education field, this study builds an ABMS spreading model and performs several simulation experiments.... More

    pp. 97-114

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  8. Evaluation on the Effect of Service-Learning in E-Business Professional Curriculum

    Jie Ji, Yangzhou Polytechnic College,Yang Zhou, China; Jianqiang Gu, Yangzhou University, ,Yang Zhou, China

    Based on structural equation model, this paper evaluated the effect of Service-Learning in E-business professional curriculum, and built a structural equation model of Service-Learning and its... More

    pp. 115-124

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  9. Application Research of an Innovative Online Education Model in Big Data Environment

    Shi-Yong Zheng, School of Economics and Management, Wuhan University, Wuhan ,Hubei, China; Su-Ping Jiang, Guangxi Talent International College ,Qinzhou Guangxi , China; Xiao-Guang Yue, Rattanakosin International College of Creative Entrepreneurship, Rajamangala University of Technology Rattanakosin, Thailand; Ruihui Pu, GSPA, National Institute of Development Administration, Thailand; Bi-Qing Li, School of Information and Communication Engineering, Hezhou University, Hezhou Guangxi , China

    Online education is a network-based approach to teaching. It is a method of content dissemination and rapid learning through the application of UGC and Internet technology.Compared with traditional... More

    pp. 125-138

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  10. How does Entrepreneurial Education Influence the Entrepreneurial Intention of College Students: The Moderating and Mediating Effects of Entrepreneurial Alertness

    Dapeng Sang, Wenzhou Business College, WenZhou, China; Jinyan Lin, Yango University, Fuzhou, China

    The relation between college students' entrepreneurial intention and college entrepreneurial education has long been concerned. Entrepreneurial alertness is the psychological basis for entrepreneur... More

    pp. 139-154

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  11. Difference between Engineering Program Accreditations at Baccalaureate and Master’s Level: Case Study Based on ABET

    Chuanyi Wang, Tsinghua University; Yi Cao, Wuhan University, Wuhan, China

    As the education level of engineering and scientific talentscontinuouslyrise worldwide, the demand for master engineering program accreditation has gradually increased. International engineering... More

    pp. 155-166

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  12. “Ecological Chain” Cultivation Model of Youth Maker in Universities Based on Needs Analysis

    Decao Lin, zhejiang wanli university; Lemin Shen

    In the new era, “Youth Maker” has become an important force that cannot be ignored in entrepreneurship. However, extant studies on the systematic research about Youth Makers’ education in... More

    pp. 167-180

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  13. Research on a Visual Sensing and Tracking System for Distance Education

    Fei Yang, Rong Zhang & Youpeng Zhao, Department of Automation, Wuhan University

    With Microsoft’s motion sensor Kinect and a customized 3-axis pan-tilt-roll machinery connected together, a new intelligent sensing and tracking system comes into being. In order to simulate human ... More

    pp. 181-191

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  14. Teaching Mode of Thinking Development Learning Based on Mind Mapping in the Course of Health Fitness Education

    Jun Luo

    The objective of thinking development lesson is to help students change and develop thoughts via classroom teaching. In thinking development lessons, students will reinforce the application... More

    pp. 192-205

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  15. Geogebra and Grade 9 Learners’ Achievement in Linear Functions

    Melody Mushipe, University of South Africa Institute for science and technology Education, Robert Sobukwe building 263 Nana Sita Street Pretoria; Ugorji Ogbonnaya, University of Pretoria

    Learners’ underachievement in mathematics is one major challenge in South Africa. Reports show that one of the topics that learners struggle with is functions. Many teachers also struggle to teach ... More

    pp. 206-219

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  16. Evaluation of Gender Differences Based on Knowledge Adaptation in the Field of Gamification and Computer Science

    Andrija Bernik, Damir Vusić & Marin Milkovic, University North, 42000 Varazdin, Croatia

    The authors' research activities connected information and communication technologies affecting teaching methods in higher education. A total of 201 respondents studying Programming 2 participated ... More

    pp. 220-228

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  17. Survey on Sound and Video Analysis Methods for Monitoring Face-to-Face Module Delivery

    Andreas Papadakis & Eleni Tsalera, ASPETE; Maria Samarakou, University of West Attica

    The objective of this work is to identify unobtrusive methodologies that allow the monitoring and understanding of the educational environment, during face to face activities, through capturing and... More

    pp. 229-240

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