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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)

Sep 14, 2007 Volume 2, Number 3

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Number of articles: 12

  1. Bayesian Statistics as an Alternative to Gradient Descent in Sequence Learning

    Rainer Spiegel, Ludwig Maximilians Universität

    Recurrent neural networks are frequently applied to simulate sequence learning applications such as language processing, sensory-motor learning, etc. For this purpose, they often apply a truncated ... More

  2. The Internet as a Tool for Interactive Learning, Teaching and Research: Nigerian Experience

    Manir Kamba, bayero Univerisity Kano

    The paper examines the usefulness of the Internet as a tool for interactive learning, teaching and research in Nigeria. It further exhibited the impact of the Internet in advancing research,... More

  3. Online Customization and Enrollment Application Network (OCEAN)

    Elif Kongar, University of Bridgeport; Ala'a Abu Zaghleh, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Bridgeport; Tarek Sobh, School of Engineering, University of Bridgeport

    This paper introduces the Online Customization and Enrollment Application Network (OCEAN), developed in the School of Engineering at the University of Bridgeport. OCEAN is an interactive web-based ... More

  4. Formative Feedback to Improve Learning on a Teacher Education Degree using a Personal Learning Environment

    Magnus Ross & Mary Welsh

    This paper reports on an action research project involving a structured, formative assessment feedback process, within a personal learning environment (PLE), to address concerns about effectiveness... More

  5. Net Based Examination: Small Group Tutoring, Home Assignments, and Large Group Automatic and Peer Assessment

    Göran Karlsson, Royal Institute of Technology Stockholm, Sweden

    This paper deals with net based examination, tutoring and scaffolding of groups of different sizes: First for very small groups, then for normal sized groups around 100 students and finally for... More

  6. E-learning and the Educational Organizations Structure Reengineering (EOSR)

    Osama Alshara, Information Technology; Mohamad Alsharo, Information Technology, Graduate Student

    There are many calls for innovative learning methods that utilize advanced technologies. However, we will raise fundamental questions that look deep into the future of the educational organization.... More

  7. A Technology Based Program That Matches Enrichment Resources With Student Strengths

    Joseph Renzulli & Sally Reis, University of Connecticut

    Remarkable advances in instructional communication technology (ICT) have now made is possible to provide high levels of enrichment and the kinds of curricular differentiation that facilitate... More

  8. Evaluation Methods and Techniques for E-Learning Software for School Students in Primary Stages

    Salaheddin Odeh, Department of Computer Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Al-Quds University; Omar Qaraeen, Al-Quds University

    This investigation is concerned with the evaluation of an e-learning program developed as an educational tool for the primary grades in real factors in mathematics. The objectives of such a... More

  9. Hyperbook: an on-line hypermedia editor and SCORM wrapper

    Alice Theresinha Cybis Pereira & Ronnie Brito, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil

    Education sustained by Information and Communication Technologies needs adapted tools to support the teaching and learning process. Pedagogical theories must guide teaching contents development,... More

  10. In search of a smile: SMIL indexing system for multimedia learning

    Ivana Bosni?, Mario Žagar & Martin Žagar, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, Zagreb, Croatia

    In today's world of education, new methods and services are appearing every day. This paper proposes the usage of educational material "mashup", created in SMIL (Synchronized Multimedia Integration... More

  11. Blended learning - an opportunity to take the best of both worlds

    Julija Lapuh Bele & Joze Rugelj

    The paper presents theoretical foundations for effective ICT supported learning content development and course design. The practical use of these tools is described in the development of blended... More

  12. The Influence of Multimedia Supported Courseware with Collaborative Learning in Algebraic Fractions and Problem Solving Skills among Pre-University Students

    Sazali Khalid & Maizam Alias, UTHM Malaysia; Wahid Razzaly & Zurinah Suradi

    A strong understanding in elementary mathematics played an important factor in progressing in higher semesters in the learning life of a university engineering student. This paper tries to describe... More