[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 16 / No. 14 #ijet #research

Issue 16(14) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • The Synthesis of a Model of Problem-Based Learning With the Gamification Concept to Enhance the Problem-Solving Skills for High Vocational Certificate
  • Use of Microblogging, Social Networking, and Short Messages in E-learning for Information Culture Building
  • A New Physical Education Teaching System and Training Framework Based on Human-Computer Interaction and Auxiliary Interaction
  • A Bibliometric Analysis of Computer-assisted English Learning from 2001 to 2020
  • A Spoken English Teaching System Based on Speech Recognition and Machine Learning
  • Attitudes Towards using Digital Technologies in Education as an Important Factor in Developing Digital Competence: The Case of Slovenian Student Teachers
  • Application of Computer-Based Distance Education with Dynamic Webpages in Financial Management Courses
  • Issues of Educational Technologies and Authenticity Synergy in a Content and Language Integrated Learning Course at Technical University
  • Understanding the Behavioural Patterns of University Teachers Toward Using a Learning Management System
  • Beyond Letter Grades: A Case Study in Developing an Evaluation System to Generate Project Performance Transcripts
  • Predictors of the Use of ICTS in Higher Education: Relevance and Readiness of Universities for Their Implementations
  • Journal Ranking based on Publication Difficulty Factors (JRpDF): A Proposed Mathematical Algorithm
  • Evaluation of Talent Cultivation Quality of Modern Apprenticeship Based on Context-Input-Process-Product Model
  • Virtual Museum Space as the Innovative Tool for the Student Research Practice
  • Intelligent Interactive Learning Platform for Seamless Learning Ecosystem to Enhance Digital Citizenship’s Lifelong Learning
  • Blended Learning in Higher Education: A Study of Its Impact on Students’ Performance
  • Self-Regulation Students’ Online Learning Behavior in General Education Courses of University of Phayao

[Link to Issue 16/14]

Nevertheless, if you are interested to become a reviewer for the journal, please just contact me :-).

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