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IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies

2014 Volume 7, Number 2

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Computer-Assisted Culture Learning in an Online Augmented Reality Environment Based on Free-Hand Gesture Interaction

    Mau-Tsuen Yang & Wan-Che Liao

    The physical-virtual immersion and real-time interaction play an essential role in cultural and language learning. Augmented reality (AR) technology can be used to seamlessly merge virtual objects ... More

    pp. 107-117

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  2. Augmenting Reality and Formality of Informal and Non-Formal Settings to Enhance Blended Learning

    Mar Pérez-Sanagustin, Davinia Hernández-Leo, Patricia Santos, Carlos Delgado Kloos & Josep Blat

    Visits to museums and city tours have been part of higher and secondary education curriculum activities for many years. However these activities are typically considered "less formal"... More

    pp. 118-131

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  3. Content Based Lecture Video Retrieval Using Speech and Video Text Information

    Haojin Yang & Christoph Meinel

    In the last decade e-lecturing has become more and more popular. The amount of lecture video data on the "World Wide Web" (WWW) is growing rapidly. Therefore, a more efficient method for ... More

    pp. 142-154

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  4. COALA-System for Visual Representation of Cryptography Algorithms

    Zarko Stanisavljevic, Jelena Stanisavljevic, Pavle Vuletic & Zoran Jovanovic

    Educational software systems have an increasingly significant presence in engineering sciences. They aim to improve students' attitudes and knowledge acquisition typically through visual... More

    pp. 178-190

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  5. Silent Collaboration with Large Groups in the Classroom

    Tal Rosen, Miguel Nussbaum, Carlos Alario-Hoyos, Francisca Readi & Josefina Hernandez

    Synchronous collaboration with large groups in a classroom requires coordination and communication mechanisms that allow students to contribute towards achieving a common goal. This paper presents ... More

    pp. 197-203

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