[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 17 / No.11 #ijet #research

Issue 17(11) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • Interactive PDF Forms to Conduct Online Examinations in University Education: Practical Experience and Lessons Learned
  • Developing Student Creative Problem-Solving Skills (CPSS) Using Online Digital Storytelling
  • The Effects of a Debate-Based Awareness Lecture on Cheating in Online Exams
  • Correlations Between Teaching and Scientific Research Ability and Professional Development of College Teachers
  • Online Live Teaching is Effective: An Empirical Study
  • The Emergence of the Emergency in Higher Education in Argentina
  • Evaluation and Measurement of Student Satisfaction with Online Learning Under Integration of Teaching Resources
  • Effectiveness of Collaborative Constructivist Strategies to Minimize Gaps in Students’ Understanding of Biological Concepts
  • A Ubiquitous Learning Model for Education and Training Processes Supported by TV Everywhere Platforms
  • Effects and the Analyzing of E-Learning on Higher Education During COVID-19 Period Time – Case Study University “Ukshin HOTI” Prizren
  • Feasibility Analysis of Visual Interaction Mode in Digital Art Design Teaching
  • The Camera-on or Camera-off, Is It a Dilemma? Sparking Engagement, Motivation, and Autonomy Through Microsoft Teams Videoconferencing
  • A Semantic Representation of Online Teaching Business Process Architecture
  • Development of the Improved Exercise Generation Metaheuristic Algorithm EGAL+ for End Users
  • Practice and Principle of Blended Learning in ESL/EFL Pedagogy: Strategies, Techniques and Challenges
  • Application of a Gamified Approach to Learning in the Treatment of Problems in Software Process Improvement: Analysis and Discussion of Results
  • Influence of Quality Development Over College Students’ Entrepreneurial Competency
  • Influence of Self-Regulated Strategy Development on the Performance of Virtual Reality-Based Teaching in Online Learning
  • Satisfaction of University Students with Teaching Performance, When Applying Virtual Teaching in the Context of COVID-19

[Link to Issue 17/11]

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

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