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International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies

Aug 28, 2020 Volume 14, Number 14

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Number of papers: 11

  1. Developing of Intelligence Walking Stick and Mobile Application for Elderly Health Care using the Internet of Things

    Sumitra Nuanmeesri, Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University; Lap Poomhiran, King Mongkut’s University of Technology North Bangkok

    Nowadays, Thailand is stepping into an aging society. This research purposes developing the intelligence walking stick for the elderly in terms of the health care system by applied the internet of ... More

    pp. 4-15

  2. Mobile-Based Driver Sleepiness Detection Using Facial Landmarks and Analysis of EAR Values

    Choirul Huda, Herman Tolle & Fitri Utaminingrum, Brawijaya University

    Sleepiness during driving is a dangerous problem faced by all countries. Many studies have been conducted and stated that sleepiness threatens the driver himself and other peoples. The victim not... More

    pp. 16-30

  3. Demonstration of a Mobile Education Artifact in a Tanzania’s Higher Education Institution

    Godfrey Mwandosya, College of Business Education P.O. Box 1968, Dar es Salaam. Tanzania., Tanzania; Calkin Suero Montero, University of Eastern Finland Joensuu, Finland., Finland; Esther Mbise, College of Business Education P.O. Box 1968, Dar es Salaam. Tanzania, Tanzania; Solomon Oyelere, The University of Eastern Finland, School of Computing Joensuu, Finland., Finland

    This study reports the demonstration of the effectiveness of a mobile education tool (MET) that was co-designed and developed at the College of Business Education (CBE) in Tanzania by a team of... More

    pp. 31-51

  4. The Influence of Multimedia with Autistic Learners from the Teachers Perception

    Sarah Omar, Multimedia University.; Koo Choo, Multimedia University; Azman Bidin, Universiti Malaysia Kelantan

    The purpose of the study is to explore the perspective of teachers on the use of tablet-based applications with young autistic children through a qualitative case study approach. Eight... More

    pp. 52-63

  5. The Effect of Using STEAM Approach on Developing Computational Thinking Skills among High School Students in Jordan

    Rana Al-Haj Bedar, Philadelphia National Schools, Jordan; Muhannad Al-Shboul, The University of Jordan

    The growing demand for combining digital technology with learning practices has surpassed the use of technology or learning how to use it into the process of enhancing learners’ intellectual levels... More

    pp. 80-94

  6. IoT-School Attendance System Using RFID Technology

    Hicham El Mrabet & Abdelaziz Ait Moussa, Faculty of sciences, Mohamed First University, Oujda

    Nowadays, the world has known great changes which accelerated the mode of life. Students, on their part have become to expect a stimulating and simple learning experience which takes into... More

    pp. 95-108

  7. Putting ePortfolios into Practice: Willingness of School Principals to Use the ePortfolio as a Hiring Tool in Poland and Spain

    Monika Ciesielkiewicz, Claire Bonilla & Carlos Olave López de Ayala

    The ePortfolio has been used extensively in education in various countries and for diverse career paths. It is a dynamic platform that students can use to compile and formulate a digital... More

    pp. 109-120

  8. Comparisons of Facial Recognition Algorithms Through a Case Study Application

    Amir Dirin, D.Sc. (Tech.); Nicolas Delbiaggio, HSO, Switzerland; Janne Kauttonen, Department of Digital Economy, Haaga-Helia University of Applied Science

    Abstract— Computer visions and their applications have become important in contemporary life. Hence, researches on facial and object recognition have become increasingly important both from... More

    pp. 121-133

  9. Investigating EFL Learners’ Readiness of Using Smartphone and Problems for Learning Oral English Communication Skills at Tertiary Level in an EFL Context

    Prodhan Ibna Seraj, TESL, School of Education, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia; Hadina Habil, Language Academy, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Johor; Kamrul Hasan, English Language Institute, United International University

    Although extensive research has been carried out to investigate EFL learners’ readiness of using smartphone and problems in EFL contexts, there remains a scarcity of evidence on EFL learners’... More

    pp. 148-163

  10. Development of an Instructional System Design Model as a Guideline for Lecturers in Creating a Course Using Blended Learning Approach

    Uwes Chaeruman, Basuki Wibawa & Zulfiati Syahrial, State University of Jakarta

    Blended learning is not just merely blending face-to-face and online learning. The biggest challenge is making the right mix of relevant learning settings and teaching strategies to meet the... More

    pp. 164-181

  11. Development of Ubiquitous Learning Environment Based on Moodle Learning Management System

    I Suartama, Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha; Punaji Setyosari, Sulthoni Sulthoni & Saida Ulfa, Universitas Negeri Malang

    The digitalization of society, changes in the structure of education, and increasingly rapid resources have accelerated the development of an open learning environment. The application of... More

    pp. 182-204