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International Journal of Distance Education Technologies

2014 Volume 12, Number 2

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Social Networks Analysis and Participation in Learning Environments to Digital Inclusion Based on Large-Scale Distance Education

    Aleksandra do Socorro da Silva, Silvana Rossy de Brito, Dalton Lopes Martins, Nandamudi Lankalapalli Vijaykumar, Cláudio Alex Jorge da Rocha, João Crisóstomo Weyl Albuquerque Costa & Carlos Renato Lisboa Francês

    Evaluating and monitoring large-scale distance learning programs require different techniques, systems, and analysis methods. This work presents challenges in evaluating and monitoring digital... More

    pp. 1-25

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  2. Detection of Misconceptions and Misleading Questions by Using Quantitative Diagnostic Assessment

    Martin M. Weng, Wen-Chih Chang, Neil Y. Yen, Timothy K. Shih & Hui-Huang Hsu

    Researches into E-Learning pay emphasis on how the technology is applied for comprehensive learning support in various perspectives. Lots of advantages are involved while performing the E-Learning.... More

    pp. 26-50

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  3. An e-Learning Collaborative Filtering Approach to Suggest Problems to Solve in Programming Online Judges

    Raciel Yera Toledo & Yailé Caballero Mota

    The paper proposes a recommender system approach to cover online judge's domains. Online judges are e-learning tools that support the automatic evaluation of programming tasks done by... More

    pp. 51-65

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  4. Designing Ensemble Based Security Framework for M-Learning System

    Sheila Mahalingam, Mohd Faizal Abdollah & Shahrin bin Sahibuddin

    Mobile Learning has a potential to improve efficiency in the education sector and expand educational opportunities to underserved remote area in higher learning institutions. However there are... More

    pp. 66-82

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  5. Development and Evaluation of a Web 2.0-Based Ubiquitous Learning Platform for Schoolyard Plant Identification

    Gwo-Haur Hwang, Hui-Chun Chu, Beyin Chen & Zheng Shan Cheng

    The rapid progress of wireless communication, sensing, and mobile technologies has enabled students to learn in an environment that combines learning resources from both the real world and the... More

    pp. 83-103

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  6. Exploration of Tensions in a Mobile-Technology Supported Fieldtrip: An Activity Theory Perspective

    Chih-Hung Lai, Fei-Ching Chen & Jie-Chi Yang

    The purpose of this study was to analyze how mobile technologies were incorporated and implemented in an outdoor learning activity. Two classes of primary school students participated in the... More

    pp. 104-117

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