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International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies

Nov 24, 2020 Volume 14, Number 19

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Table of Contents

Number of papers: 13

  1. Mobile Data Usage on Online Learning during COVID-19 Pandemic in Higher Education

    Edy Budiman, Universitas Mulawarman

    Information about network availability and the amount of internet data usage is very important for planning and implementing management of free internet data assistance programs in the COVID-19... More

    pp. 4-17

  2. AI Chatbot for Tourist Recommendations: A Case Study in the City of Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

    Reem Alotaibi, Ahlam Ali, Haya Alharthi & Renad Almehamdi, Faculty of Computing and Information Technology King Abdulaziz University

    Chatbots have gained increasing importance in today research with a lot of available applications. They are flexible and can be applied in many application domains. In tourism, Chatbots can... More

    pp. 18-30

  3. The Use of Android-Based PhET Simulation as an Effort to Improve Students' Critical Thinking Skills during the Covid-19 Pandemic

    Faiz Hasyim, Tjipto Prastowo & Budi Jatmiko, Universitas Negeri Surabaya

    Covid-19 spurs teachers to carry out online learning. This study aimed to analyze the improvement of students' critical thinking skills through online learning based on Android-based PhET... More

    pp. 31-41

  4. Reliable and Hybridized Trust Based Algorithm to Thwart Blackhole Attacks in MANETs using Network Preponderant Determinants

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

    This Mobile adhoc networks is a perpetual and autogenous organization without framework, and the mobile nodes are coupled cordlessly. Owing to the deficiency of framework assistance, reliable data ... More

    pp. 42-65

  5. Incorporation of Smartphones and Social Media to Promote Mobile Learning in an Indonesian Vocational Higher Education Setting

    Purnomo Ananto, State Polytechnic of Media Kreatif Jakarta; Sri Ningsih, University of Muhammadiyah Prof. DR. HAMKA

    This brief article reports on an exploration of students’ adoption of smartphone technology and social media to promote m-learning in the context of a state polytechnic classroom. To this end, a... More

    pp. 66-81

  6. Using Reminder Tools to Increase Learning Motivation: A Comparison of Mobile Devices, Email and E-learning Platforms

    Chien-Hung Lai, Bin-Shyan Jong & Yen-Teh Hsia, Chung Yuan Christian University; Tsong-Wuu Lin, Soochow University

    Most students are not actively concerned about curriculum activity times. However, without reminders, students will miss out on learning opportunities from the course activities. Therefore, due to ... More

    pp. 82-96

  7. The Dominant Nodes Index in Shortest Paths (DNISP) as A Local Measure of Source Looking for the Target in Complex Networks

    Hussein Hasan, Faculty of Information Technology, University of Babylon, Babylon, Iraq., Iraq; Salah Albermany, Faculty of Computer science and mathematics, University of Kufa, Kufa, Iraq

    When there are multiple alternate shortest paths between any two nodes in a complex network, there is a need to know details about the content of the paths and the dominance of the nodes within it,... More

    pp. 97-108

  8. The Impact of e-NPQEL on the Continuance Intention of Using e-Training among Aspired School Leaders in Malaysia

    Aziah Ismail & Rozniza Zaharuddin, Universiti Sains Malaysia; Noor Hashim, Aminuddin Baki Institute, Ministry of Education Malaysia; Joohari Ariffin, Aminuddin Baki Institute, Ministry of Education Malaysia,

    Information and communication technology (ICT) has become an important platform for e-training as it offers many advantages in providing new knowledge and skills for professional development. This ... More

    pp. 109-123

  9. Influence of the Net Promoter Score of Retailers on the Willingness of Consumers to Install Their Mobile App

    Atilla Wohllebe & Florian Ross, Szent István University - Kaposvár Campus Doctoral School in Management and Organizational Sciences; Szilárd Podruzsik, Corvinus University of Budapest

    Mobile apps have become massively more important in the retail sector in recent years. A central challenge for retailers is the acquisition of new users for their mobile apps. A potentially... More

    pp. 124-139

  10. Digital Flipbook Imunopedia (DFI): A Development in Immune System e-Learning Media

    Rizhal Ristanto, R Rusdi & Reza Mahardika, Universitas Negeri Jakarta; Ericka Darmawan, Universitas Tidar; Nur Ismirawati, Universitas Muhammadiyah Pare-pare

    Immune system content along with body defense mechanism tends to be an abstract content that is hard to comprehend by students. Digital flipbook learning media become an innovative learning medium ... More

    pp. 140-162

  11. Password-free Authentication for Smartphone Touchscreen Based on Finger Size Pattern

    Yaser Enaya, Assist. lecturer University of Technology Department of Electromechanical Engineering, Baghdad, Iraq; Mohammed Jawad Mohammed, Assist. Prof. Dr. University of Technology Department of Electromechanical Engineering, Baghdad, Iraq; Ghassan Bilal

    This study introduces a novel authentication methodology; it is based on pattern recognition of fingers size and pressure when users touch smartphone screen. By analyzing diagrams of these touches ... More

    pp. 163-179

  12. Incentives on E-Commerce App Downloads in Medium Apps: A Case Study on the Effects of Coupons and Bonus Points

    Atilla Wohllebe & Thomas Stoyke, Szent István University - Kaposvár Campus Doctoral School in Management and Organizational Sciences; Szilárd Podruzsik, Corvinus University of Budapest

    With the spread of mobile smartphone apps among consumers, they have also become increasingly important for e-commerce companies in recent years to attract customers. A central challenge in the use... More

    pp. 180-196

  13. The Using Results of OER Mobile Application to Enhance 21st Century Skills in Information Media and Technology Skills for Humanities and Social Sciences

    Kemmanat Mingsiritham, Sukhothai Thammathirat Open University; Prakob Koraneekij, Chulalongkorn University

    The purpose of this research was to study the using results of OER mobile application to enhance 21st century skills in information media and technology skills for humanities and social sciences... More

    pp. 197-203