[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 18 / No.14 #ijet #research

Issue 18(14) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • Students’ Perception Towards Learning Massive Open Online Courses on Coursera Platform: Benefits and Barriers
  • Investigation into Undergraduates’ Experiences of Social Presence in Online Learning
  • Challenges of Extended Reality Technology in Higher Education: A Review
  • Overcoming Integration Thresholds for Augmented Reality
  • Study on the Impact of Gamified Teaching Using Mobile Technology on College Students’ Learning Engagement
  • Continuous and Transparent E-Invigilation of E-Assessments
  • The Impact of Artificial Intelligence-Based Virtual Laboratories on Developing Students’ Motivation Towards Learning Mathematics
  • A Novel Method of Teaching Quality Monitoring and Evaluation from the Perspective of Educational Balance
  • Evaluation of Project-based Teaching Quality Based on SBM-DEA
  • Evaluation of Students’ Communicative Language Ability and Difference Analysis in an Interactive Teaching Environment
  • A Systematic Literature Review on Digital Transformation in Higher Education: Revealing Key Success Factors
  • Critical Reflections on ChatGPT in UAE Education: Navigating Equity and Governance for Safe and Effective Use
  • Process Evaluation for Diversified Academic Assessment Mechanism in Higher Education Institutions by Use of Data Mining
  • The Effective Use of Online Resources in Improving Students’ English Grammar Skills in the EFL Classes at the Tertiary Level
  • Elements of Algorithmic Thinking in the Teaching of School Geometry through the Application of Geometric Problems
  • Evaluation of Online Learners’ Learning Performance Based on Fuzzy Borda Method
  • Use of Big Data Technology for Network Classroom Teaching Quality Management
  • Setting Up and Implementing ArcGIS to Work with Maps and Geospatial Data with Python for Teaching Geoinformation Systems in Higher Education
  • A Proposed Framework for Human-like Language Processing of ChatGPT in Academic Writing

[Link to Issue 18/14]

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

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