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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)

Dec 04, 2007 Volume 2, Number 4

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Number of articles: 11

  1. Data warehousing for Improving Web-based Learning Sites

    Francisco Cuenca & Alberto Hidalgo, University of Granada, Spain; Luis López, martin@ujaen.es, Spain; Elena González & María García, University of Granada, Spain

    The use of Data Warehouses (DW) in e-learning applications is very helpful in assessing the students from different points of view. We can take advantage of the use of a computer based system to... More

  2. Secure E-Test Scheme

    Mamoun Al-Rababaa, Al-al Bayt University, Jordan; Sattar Aboud, Middle East University for Graduate Studies, Jordan; Sattar Aboud, Middle East University for Graduate Studies, Jordan

    Abstractâ?? E-test is prepared over the internet in which questions and solutions are computerized test rather than traditional test. The application of e-test as a perspective knowledge... More

  3. Assessing Willingness to pay for Information Delivery among Rural Women in Ghana

    Olivia Kwapong, UNIVERSITY OF GHANA, Ghana

    This study used rural household survey data collected from 1000 female household heads randomly selected from all the ten administrative regions in Ghana to examine rural womenâ??s willingness to... More

  4. The Effects of Handwritten Feedback on Paper and Tablet PC in Learning Japanese Writing

    Li Kai & Akahori Kanji, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan

    This paper compares the effect of paper-based handwritten feedback (PBHF) and that of Tablet PC-based handwritten feedback (TBHF) in learning Japanese writing. The study contributes to the research... More

  5. Academic Professional Development for Effective E-learning: A Possible Framework for Brazil

    R Smyth, University of New England, United States; S Stein, University of Otago, New Zealand; Carina Bossu, United States

    Distance education at a tertiary level in Brazil represents a very new educational approach compared with countries such as Australia and the United Kingdom. However, higher educational... More

  6. Providing Language Instructor with Artificial Intelligence Assistant

    Krzysztof Pietroszek, Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada

    This paper presents the preliminary results of developing HAL for CALL, an artificial intelligence assistant for language instructor. The assistant consists of a chatbot, an avatar (a three... More

  7. Employing Collaborative Learning Strategies in Online Conflict Resolution

    Samir Abou El-Seoud, Professor, Jordan; Carme Iglesias & Marga Casamitjana, Executive Director, UOC, Spain; Miguel Garcia-Ruiz & Arthur Block, Mexico

    Although some critics may argue that conflict resolution cannot be carried out appropriately by virtual education, the basic elements of conflict present themselves within distance education... More

  8. Agents in E-learning

    Steffen Mencke & Reiner Dumke, Otto-von-Guericke University of Magdeburg, Germany

    This paper presents a framework to describe the crossover domain of e-learning and agent technology. Furthermore it is used to classify existing work and possible starting points for the future... More

  9. From Question to Queries

    Jozef Hvorecky, Vysoka skola manazmentu, Slovakia (Slovak Republic); Martin Drlik, Univerzita Konstantina Filozofa, Slovakia (Slovak Republic)

    The extension of (Internet) databases forces everyone to become more familiar with techniques of data storage and retrieval because usersâ?? success often depends on their ability to pose right... More

  10. XML and Databases for E-Learning Applications

    Samir Abou El-Seoud, Professor, Qatar; Hosam El-Sofany, Lecturer, Jordan; Fayed Ghaleb, Professor, Egypt; Sameh Daoud, Associate Professor, Egypt; Jihad AL Ja'am, Professor, Qatar; Ahmad Hasna, Associate Professor, Qatar

    XML has become a standard format in information exchange and integration on the Web. Much research has been conducted in recent years on XML technology, which has led to new developments in this... More

  11. Multiple Language, User-Friendly Sign Language Chat

    Karolina Nurzy?ska & Sebastian Fudickar, Poland

    The aim of this work is to introduce a concept of a gesture based sign language chat which enables the communication of hearing impaired people over networks. Existing applications handle that task... More