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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)

Jun 05, 2010 Volume 5, Number 2

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 10

  1. Challenges of Utilizing E-Learning Systems in Public Universities in Jordan

    Muhannad Al-Shboul, The University of Jordan; Izzat Alsmadi, Yarmouk University

    This research paper lists and discusses major challenges and barriers that may face faculty members at the public universities in Jordan in employing e-Learning systems authoring tools in their... More

    pp. 4-10

  2. An Automated Feedback System Based on Adaptive Testing: Extending the Model

    Trevor Barker, University of Hertfordshire

    Abstractâ??The results of the recent national students survey (NSS) revealed that a major problem in HE today is that of student feedback. Research carried out by members of the project team in the... More

    pp. 11-14

  3. A Platform of Constructivist Learning in Practice: Computer Literacy Integrated into Elementary School

    Ivan Garcia, Carla Pacheco & Gabriel Garcia, Technological University of the Mixtec Region

    In Mexico, the conventional teaching approach, when applied specifically to elementary school, seems to fall short of attaining the overall quality objective. The main consequence of this problem... More

    pp. 15-24

  4. Sharing Resources in Educational Communities

    Allison Littlejohn & Anoush Margarayn, Glasgow Caledonian University

    The paper explores the implications of mobility within educational communities for sharing and reuse of educational resources. The study begins by exploring individualsâ?? existing strategies for... More

    pp. 25-30

  5. Technical Appliance in E-Learning: Student’s Perception on the Usage of Online Learning

    Siti Mohd Johari, Issham Ismail & Rozhan Mohammed Idrus, Universiti Sains Malaysia

    The purpose of this study is to gain insights into student’s perception on the usage of technical appliances on online learning. The study took place in the Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM) based on... More

    pp. 31-35

  6. Metadata and Knowledge Management driven Web-based Learning Information System towards Web/e-Learning 3.0

    Hugo Rego, Tiago Moreira, Erla Morales & Francisco Garcia, University Of Salamanca, Plaza de la Merced s/n, 37008 Salamanca, Spain

    AHKME e-learning system main aim is to provide a modular and extensible system with adaptive and knowledge management abilities for students and teachers. This system is based on the IMS... More

    pp. 36-44

  7. Using video lectures to make teaching more interactive

    Marco Ronchetti

    Having worked for a long time with video-lectures, we devised a new teaching model that makes use of the recorded videos to free the teacher from part of his work and allowing him to concentrate... More

    pp. 45-48

  8. E-Learning Adoption Inside Jordanian Organizations from Change Management Perspective

    Osama Harfoushi, University of Jordan; Ruba Obiedat, University of Salento; Sahar Khasawneh, University of Manchester

    The objective of this research is to build a complete e-Learning adoption model which can be used to increase the acceptance of e-learning inside Jordanian organizations. This objective is achieved... More

    pp. 49-60

  9. ICT and Lifelong Learning: Hong Kong’s Experience for Elderly Learners

    Sanches Lam & Winnie Chung

    Learning plays a key role in ageing societies as it can help to address many of the related challenges and opportunities. Opportunities to learn should be given to senior citizens through... More

    pp. 61-67

  10. Social Networking to Support Collaborative Interactions in Special Education

    Charalampos Karagiannidis, University of Thessaly; Sofia Efraimidou, University of hessaly; Adamantios Koumpis, ALTEC S.A.

    This paper proposes a framework for the collaboration of teachers in special education. The framework builds on, and extends, social networking services, in order to facilitate collaboration... More

    pp. 68-72