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International Journal of Distance Education Technologies

2015 Volume 13, Number 2

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Constructing a Multimedia Mobile Classroom Using a Novel Feedback System

    Wen-Chen Huang, Ching-Wen Chen & Richard Weng

    In the conventional classroom, many obstacles hinder interaction between an instructor and students, such as limited class hours, fixed seating, and inadequate time for meetings after class. This... More

    pp. 1-14

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  2. Trends in Podcast Download Frequency over Time, Podcast Use, and Digital Literacy in Foreign Language and Literature Courses

    M'hammed Abdous, Betty Rose Facer & Cherng-Jyh Yen

    Podcasts used as supplemental material (PSM) and podcasts integrated into the curriculum (PIC) are complementing, extending, and transforming the traditional face-to-face classroom as well as... More

    pp. 15-33

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  3. A Kinect-Based Assessment System for Smart Classroom

    W G. C. W. Kumara, Kanoksak Wattanachote, Batbaatar Battulga, Timothy K. Shih & Wu-Yuin Hwang

    With the advancements of the human computer interaction field, nowadays it is possible for the users to use their body motions, such as swiping, pushing and moving, to interact with the content of ... More

    pp. 34-53

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  4. Motivating Game-Based Learning Efforts in Higher Education

    Gina Moylan, Ann W. Burgess, Charles Figley & Michael Bernstein

    Though there is considerable research to support using Game-Based Learning (GBL) in higher education, its implementation is lagging behind K-12 education by an order of magnitude. By considering... More

    pp. 54-72

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  5. An Agent-Based Approach for Delivering Educational Contents through Interactive Digital TV in the Context of T-Learning

    Francisco Milton Mendes Neto, Raphael de Carvalho Muniz, Aquiles Medeiros Filgueira Burlamaqui & Rafael Castro de Souza

    The support of technological resources in teaching and learning has contributed to make them more efficient and enjoyable. Through this support has become quite common to use media resources before... More

    pp. 73-92

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  6. Satisfaction Analysis of Experiential Learning-Based Popular Science Education

    Wei-Yuan Dzan, Huei-Yin Tsai, Shi-Jer Lou & Ru-Chu Shih

    This study employed Kolb's experiential learning model-specific experiences, observations of reflections, abstract conceptualization, and experiment-action in activities to serve as the theoretical... More

    pp. 93-109

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