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International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies

Jan 26, 2021 Volume 15, Number 2

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Table of Contents

Number of papers: 13

  1. The Use of M-Learning: A Perspective of Learners’ Perceptions on M-Blackboard Learn

    Abdulmohsin AlKhunzain, Majmaah University; Raja Khan, Majmaah university

    The life of the common to the students have changed due to spread of COVID-19 9 all around the globe. All the educational institutions were also set to be functioned remotely following the global... More

    pp. 4-17

  2. The Effectiveness of Dynamic Geometry Software Applications in Learning Mathematics: A Meta-Analysis Study

    Dadang Juandi & Yaya Kusumah, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia; Maximus Tamur, Universitas Katolik Indonesia Santu Paulus Ruteng; Krisna Perbowo, University of Warwick, United Kingdom; Muhammad Siagian, Universitas Islam Sumatera Utara; Rini Sulastri, Universitas Serambi Mekah, Aceh, Indonesia; Habibi Negara, Universitas Islam Negeri Mataram, Mataram Indonesia

    The purpose of this study was to (1) assess the impact of using Dynamic Geometry Software (DGS) on students’ mathematical abilities, (2) determine the differences in effectiveness based on study... More

    pp. 18-37

  3. University-Wide Online Learning During COVID-19: From Policy to Practice

    Nuengwong Tuaycharoen, Dhurakij Pundit University

    During Thailand’s COVID-19 lockdown, all university in the country must continue their classes in the Summer Semester with on-line format. This article described our university’s policy and... More

    pp. 38-54

  4. InCell VR: A Virtual Reality-based Application on Human Cell Division for Mobile Learning

    Nurul Nasharuddin & Nur Khalid, Department of Multimedia, Faculty of Computer Science and Information Technology, Universiti Putra Malaysia, 43400 UPM Serdang, Selangor, Malaysia; Masnida Hussin, Department of Communication Technology and Network, Faculty of Computer Science and Information Technology, Universiti Putra Malaysia, 43400 UPM Serdang, Selangor, Malaysia

    Many teaching and learning tools incorporate current technologies for the learners to gain new knowledge thus increasing the efficiency of learning. Some of the technologies adopted in the mobile... More

    pp. 55-71

  5. Improving Students’ Mathematical Representation of Physics and Critical Thinking Abilities Using the CAKA Mobile Media Based on Local Wisdom

    Heribertus Kurniawan & Heru Kuswanto, Yogyakarta State University, Indonesia

    This study aims to develop a learning media based on the local wisdom of becak (pedicab) assisted by the Android to improve the mathematical representation and critical thinking abilities. It used ... More

    pp. 72-87

  6. Mobile Application Design for Ordering Clean Water Using UCD Method in Indonesia

    Dominikus Watomakin, Baltra Pramajuri & Suyoto Suyoto, Universitas Atma Jaya Yogyakarta

    Clean water is an essential basic requirement for humans. In eastern Indonesia, especially the provinces of East Nusa Tenggara (NTT), Maluku and Southeast Sulawesi, the need for clean water is... More

    pp. 88-109

  7. Factors Influencing Pre-service Teachers’ Satisfaction and Intention to Use the Internet: A Structural Equation Modeling

    Ali Sadikin, Akhmad Habibi & Erick Sanjaya, Universitas Jambi; Dwi Setiawan, Univeritas Jambi; Try Susanti; Ferdiaz Saudagar, Universitas Jambi

    In the age of digital era where the Internet is playing an important and dominant role, the concern of the higher education to ensure that the Internet within the reach of the students is very... More

    pp. 110-123

  8. Machine Learning to Classify Driving Events Using Mobile Phone Sensors Data

    Yazan Alqudah, University of West Florida; Belal Sababha & Esam Qaralleh, Princess Sumaya University for Technology; Tarek Yousseff, University of West Florida

    With the ever-increasing vehicle population and introduction of autonomous and self-driving cars, innovative research is needed to ensure safety and reliability on the road. This work introduces an... More

    pp. 124-136

  9. Infrastructure Sharing for 5G Deployment: A Techno-Economic Analysis

    Ibrahim Gedel & Nnamdi Nwulu, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering Science, University of Johannesburg, South Africa

    Fifth-generation wireless (5G) mobile communication technology has been classified as a high wireless standard that is capable of handling internet of things, machine-to-machine, and device-to... More

    pp. 137-156

  10. New Generation Mobile Networks and Their Application in Electronic Learning

    Islam Omirzak, L.N. Gumilyov Eurasian National University; Yuliya Razumova, Vladivostok State University of Economics and Service; Svetlana Nikishina, Kazan Federal University

    The present article was aimed at examining the promising capabilities of new generation mobile networks for the implementation of first-class online education based on advanced immersive... More

    pp. 157-171

  11. Encryption System for Hiding Information Based on Internet of Things

    Hala Naman & Naseer Hussien, Wasit University; Mohand Al-dabag, Northern Technical University,; Haider Alrikabi, Wasit University

    One of the unexpected intelligence tactics known in World War II was to conceal the data in images that were reduced to the size of a point that was used in every text and transported in front of... More

    pp. 172-183

  12. A New WoT Cryptography Algorithm Based on GOST and Novel 5d Chaotic System

    Hayder Najm, University of Technology.; Haider Hoomod, Mustanisiryah University College of Education; Rehab Hassan, University of Technology.

    The concept Web of Things (WoT) goes well beyond the emphasis on the Internet as a means of sharing data, instead of introducing all resources and connections involving computers, data, and people ... More

    pp. 184-199

  13. Automatic Plants Watering System for Small Garden

    Maria Astutiningtyas, Monika Nugraheni & Suyoto Suyoto, Universitas Atma Jaya Yogyakarta

    Background: Automation is starting to dominate the world today. We are enter-ing a new era of computing technology, the Internet of Things (IoT), which is experiencing rapid development. IoT is a... More

    pp. 200-207