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International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies

Jan 20, 2020 Volume 14, Number 1

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Number of papers: 9

  1. Implementation of the String Matching Method on Anggah-Ungguhing Balinese Language Dictionary

    I Wirawan & Ida Paryatna, Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha

    Although the learning media of the Anggah Ungguhing Balinese language has been done anytime and anywhere through a mobile application, this application has several obstacles. In detail, the... More

    pp. 15-30

  2. VR Use in Online Learning for Higher Education in Indonesia

    Cecep Kustandi, Educational Technology, Faculty of Education Science, Universitas Negeri Jakarta; Dini Fadhillah, Pancasila and Civic Education study program, Universitas Negeri Jakarta; Robinson Situmorang & Dewi Prawiladilaga, Educational Technology Study Program, Universitas Negeri Jakarta; Sofia Hartati

    This research leads to the object of learning in network-based learning programs application of the use of VR in online learning for students in Higher EducationThis research is located in the... More

    pp. 31-47

  3. Collaborative Cassava-Chip Supply Chain Mobile Application in Thailand

    Thanika Chintanapunt & Rath Pichyangkura, Chulalongkorn University

    Cassava-chip is considered one of Thailand’s most important economic crops and Thailand is the world’s largest cassava products exporter. Thai government is prioritizing the cassava production in... More

    pp. 48-61

  4. Gender and Age Differences in the Study Plan of University Students

    Hilary Okagbue, Sheila Bishop, Anjoreoluwa Boluwajoko, Adaeze Ezenkwe, Glory Anene, Boluwatife Akinsola & Ifeanyi Offiah

    Effective study plan is a predictor of good academic performance. However, there are few evidences available on the role of gender and age in the study plan for students. This paper investigated... More

    pp. 62-81

  5. Integrating M-Learning in Teaching ECG Reading and Arrhythmia Management for Undergraduate Nursing Students

    Basma Salameh, Faculty of Nursing, Arab American University, Palestine.; Ahmad Ewais, -Computer Science Department Arab American University Jenin, Palestine -WISE, Computer Science Department Vrije Universiteit Brussel Brussel, Belgium; Osama Salameh, Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology Arab American University,Palestine. Department of Telecommunication, Ghent University, Ghent, Belgium

    Use of mobile devices among nursing students is recently a widespread approach. Integrating mobile devices in education can improve the quality of nursing education by engaging students in learning... More

    pp. 82-95

  6. A Survey on Assorted Subsisting Approaches to Recognize and Preclude Black Hole Attacks in Mobile Adhoc Networks

    Thebiga M & Suji Pramila, Noorul Islam centre for higher Education,kumaracoil,Thuckalay,Kanyakumari District,Tamilnadu

    Ensuring collateral is the most substantial snag in Mobile Adhoc Networks which crash the efficacy of the network. Without regard to all different networks, the Mobile Adhoc network is stuffed with... More

    pp. 96-108

  7. Fog Computing Framework for Smart City Design

    Mais Haj Qasem, University of Jordan; Alaa Abu-Srhan & Hutaf Natoureah, The Hashemite University; Esra Alzaghoul, University of Jordan

    Fog-computing is a new network architecture and computing paradigm that uses user or near-users devices (network edge) to carry out some processing tasks. Accordingly, it extends the cloud... More

    pp. 109-125

  8. Incorporating a Smartphone Video in a Theatrical Activity to Promote an Authentic Language Learning Environment in a Lower Secondary School Classroom

    Prima Yanti & Herri Mulyono, University of Muhammadiyah Prof. DR. HAMKA

    Theatrical activities have been used to promote an authentic learning environment. However, the incorporation of simple daily technology, like smartphones, to enable students to produce a video of ... More

    pp. 141-151

  9. Bandwidth Enhancement of Microstrip Patch Antenna by Using Metamaterial

    Huthaifa Al Issa, Yahyakhr Khraisat & Fatima Alghazo, Al Balqa Applied University, Jordan

    in this paper we designed microstrip patch antenna by using metamaterial to improve antenna bandwidth. We inserted Complementary Split Ring Resonator (CSRR) structure between the ground and patch... More

    pp. 169-175