[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 17 / No.18 #ijet #research

Issue 17(18) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • Quantum Flipped Learning and Students’ Cognitive Engagement in Achieving Their Critical and Creative Thinking in Learning
  • Artificial Intelligence Awareness Levels of Students
  • Students’ Willingness to Participate in Interactive Teaching in the Context of Distance Education
  • Situation and Proposals for Implementing Artificial Intelligence-based Instructional Technology in Vietnamese Secondary Schools
  • Determination of the Use of Internet of Things Technology in Educational Settings among University Students
  • Influencing Factors of Virtual Simulation Experiment Teaching Effect Based on SEM
  • Towards a Students’ Dropout Prediction Model in Higher Education Institutions Using Machine Learning Algorithms
  • Improving Students’ Mathematical Reasoning Abilities Through Social Cognitive Learning Using GeoGebra
  • Determining the Digital Transformation in Education in the Society 5.0 Process
  • Optimization of Teachers’ Teaching Behaviors in the Virtual Digital Graphic Design Teaching Environment
  • Developing Student’s Comprehensive Knowledge of Physics Concepts by Using Computational Thinking Activities: Effects of a 6-Week Intervention
  • Determination of Cyber Security Issues and Awareness Training for University Students
  • The Multi-Factor Action Mechanism of Knowledge Flow on Collaborative Innovative Learning Platforms for College Students
  • Construction of the Interactive Educational Knowledge Graph and Classification of Student Groups
  • Digital Competence of Higher Education Professors in the European Context
  • A Remote Triggered Compound Parabolic Collector for Thermal Engineering Studies
  • The Resource Allocation Using Weighted Greedy Knapsack Based Algorithm in an Educational Fog Computing Environment

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[publication] Gute Online-Lehrpraxis aus Studierendensicht in den ersten Wochen der CoViD-19-Krise #covid19 #tugraz #research

Wir freuen uns, dass unser Beitrag zu „Gute Online-Lehrpraxis aus Studierendensicht in den ersten Wochen der CoViD-19-Krise. Der studentische Blick auf ‹gute Lehre› an der TU Graz im Mai 2020“ zwar etwas verspätet aber doch in der Zeitschrift für MedienPädagogik erschienen ist:

Zusammenfassung:
Ende Mai 2020 wurden die Studierenden der Technischen Universität Graz im Rahmen einer studentischen Qualifizierungsarbeit zu guten Lehrerfahrungen in der der Notfall-Online-Lehre durch die CoViD-19-Pandemie im Sommersemester 2020 befragt. 137 Beispiele für gute Lehre von unterschiedlichen Teilnehmenden werden für den Beitrag ausgewertet. Die Analyse der Antworten zeigen, dass in einem Gros der Lehrveranstaltungen die als gelungen erlebt wurden, (auch) Videotechnik zum Einsatz kommt (90 %), bei mehr als der Hälfte (auch) Videos zur Verfügung gestellt werden und bei der Hälfte Live-, d. h. synchrone Veranstaltungen angeboten werden. Ein wesentliches Merkmal für gute Lehrbeispiele ist, dass Studierende etwas gelernt haben (77 % «trifft voll zu») und bei Beschreibungen der Lehrbeispiele erwähnen rund ein Drittel, dass die Umstellung der Lehrveranstaltung, die sie als gute Lehre erlebten, zügig erfolgte. Methodisch-didaktische Besonderheiten werden damit in der frühen Phase des Distance Learning eher selten (12 %) von den befragten Studierenden benannt.

[full article @ Journal homepage]
[full article @ ResearchGate]

Referenz: Schön, Sandra, Viktoria Wieser, Sebastian Dennerlein, und Martin Ebner. 2021. „Gute Online-Lehrpraxis Aus Studierendensicht in Den Ersten Wochen Der CoViD-19-Krise: Der Studentische Blick Auf ‹gute Lehre› an Der TU Graz Im Mai 2020“. MedienPädagogik: Zeitschrift für Theorie Und Praxis Der Medienbildung 40 (CoViD-19):411-29. https://doi.org/10.21240/mpaed/40/2021.11.26.X.

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

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

Table of Contents:

  • Self-Regulated Learning Model in Educational Data Mining
  • Learning Management System (LMS) Research During 1991-2021: How Technology Affects Education
  • Evaluation of Learning Efficiency of Massive Open Online Courses Learners
  • Cognitive Learning Style Detection in e-Learning Environments using Artificial Neural Network
  • The Impact of Teacher Support and Learning Interaction on Online Learning Continuation Willingness: A Flow Experience Perspective
  • On the Entrepreneurial Intention and Entrepreneurial Behavior Path of College Students Based on the Theory of Planned Behavior
  • Developing a Model for e-Learning Activities Based on Digital Incentives Within the Context of COVID-19 and its Effectiveness in Developing Meta-Cognitive Thinking Among Higher Education Students
  • Influencing Factors of Learners’ Cognitive Engagement in an Online Learning Environment
  • Prediction of Translation Ability of Complex English Sentences Based on Artificial Neural Network
  • Optimizing Participation with Helpers to Enhance Interaction in a Blended Learning Environment
  • Research on the Influence of Socialization Strategy of Online Educating Platform on Users‘ Learning Behavior
  • College Students‘ Behavior Initiative, Psychological Availability, and Innovation and Entrepreneurship: The Mediating Effect of Interest Orientation
  • The Effect of Teachers’ Support on Learners’ Online Self-Regulated Learning: Mediating Analysis Based on Self-Efficacy
  • The Effectiveness of Blended Teaching in Financial Management Course Based on Experiential Practice
  • Effects of Blended, Explicit and Implicit Instruction on EFL Learners in English Pronunciation Class under Emerging Technology
  • Social Innovations Based on a Value-Driven Training Model
  • A Comparative Study of Different Online Teaching Video Modes
  • Mini Studio: an Online Learning Solution

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[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 17 / No.16 #ijet #research

Issue 17(16) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • Higher Education-Oriented Recommendation Algorithm for Personalized Learning Resource
  • Evaluation of University Students’ Views on the Gamified Classroom Model
  • The Effectiveness of Knowledge Combination in e-Learning Management System (eLMS)
  • A Bibliometric Analysis on Research Trends of Digital Literacy in Higher Education from 2012 to 2021
  • Retrieval and Recommendation of English Learning Resources Based on Knowledge Correlation
  • Approaches and Tools for Quality Measurement Scales Validation in Education: An Initial Systematic Literature Review Collection
  • Requirement Analysis of Student Individual Learning Based on the Idea of Lifelong Learning
  • Finding Contributing Factors of Students’ Academic Achievement Using Quantitative and Qualitative Analyses-Based Information Extraction
  • Technologies in English Online Learning for Vendors
  • Selection and Utilization of Multiple Teaching Tools in Blended Classrooms from the Perspective of Synergistic Effect
  • The Reflective Teaching Practice of Teachers Based on Optimal Teaching Quality
  • Network Optimization of Online Learning Resources from the Perspective of Knowledge Flow
  • Digital Competence of Digital Native Students as Prerequisite for Digital Transformation of Education
  • Online Education During the Pandemic: A Systematic Literature Review
  • The Spatial Spillover Effect of College Students’ Entrepreneurial Activeness Degree
  • The Impact of Virtual Reality on Post-Compulsory Students’ Learning Outcomes: A Review with Meta-Analysis
  • Effects of Digital Media on Education (Meta-Thematic Analysis)
  • A Survey Investigating the Key Factors and Theoretical E-Learning Frameworks During Crisis Periods
  • Impact of Internet Self-Efficacy and Self-Regulated Learning on Satisfaction and Academic Achievement in Online Learning: A Case Study in Vietnam

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[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 17 / No.15 #ijet #research

Issue 17(15) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • Exploring Online Student Engagement Scaffolded by Teacher Management Communication Style
  • Conceptual Metaphors and Tacit Models in the Study of Mathematical Infinity
  • The Future of Technology-Based Learning at the Open University of Tanzania
  • A Systematic Review of Virtual Reality in the Acquisition of Second Language
  • The Integration of the „Floop“ Platform for Enhancing the Effectiveness of Feedback in the Postsecondary Education Context
  • Teacher as a YouTuber: Investigating Teacher-Generated Asynchronous Videos, Students’ Engagement, and the Teacher-Student Relationship
  • Implementation of Asynchronous Interactive Learning Activities in a Blended Teaching Environment and the Evaluation of its Effectiveness
  • Study of the Relationship Between Simulation and Clinical Internships for Nursing and Technical Health Professions Students
  • Factors Affecting Students‘ Perspectives on the Usefulness of Learning Online
  • Selection and Utilization of Multiple Teaching Tools in Blended Classrooms from the Perspective of Synergistic Effect
  • The Reflective Teaching Practice of Teachers Based on Optimal Teaching Quality
  • Improvisation of Music Therapy with Repertoire of Marineras Trujillanas in Online Higher Education Learning
  • The Use of ICT in Educational Institutions in Paraguay and the Factors That Intervene
  • Influence Mechanism of Improving the Networking Ability of University Students in Relation to the Entrepreneurial Cooperation Network
  • Analysis of the Effects of the „Pedagogy – Space – Technology“ Framework on University Student’s Learning Efficiency
  • Development and Validation of Survey Instrument on Game-Based Learning Approach (SIGBLA)
  • Exploration and Application of Virtual Reality Technology in Mechanical Manufacturing Teaching

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[workshop] Eigene Lehrvideos – von Macharten zu didaktischen Überlegungen #video #workshop

Der Foliensatz für den heutigen (ganztägigen) Workshop ist online hier verfügbar:

Weitere wichtige Links sind:

  • Honkomp-Wilkens, Verena, Karsten D. Wolf, Patrick Jung, und Nina Altmaier. 2022. «Informelles Lernen Auf YouTube: Entwicklung Eines Analyseinstruments Zur Untersuchung Didaktischer Und Gestalterischer Aspekte Von Erklärvideos Und Tutorials». MedienPädagogik: Zeitschrift für Theorie Und Praxis Der Medienbildung 18 (Jahrbuch Medienpädagogik):495-528. https://doi.org/10.21240/mpaed/jb18/2022.03.08.X
  • Lernvideo-Canvas: Ideensammlung für das Lernvideo https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4663702

[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 17 / No.14 #ijet #research

Issue 17(14) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • Mapping the MOOC Research Landscape: Insights from Empirical Studies
  • A Quasi-Experimental Evaluation of Classes Using Traditional Methods, Problem-Based Learning, and Flipped Learning to Enhance Thai Student-Teacher Problem-Solving Skills and Academic Achievement
  • IVUL Model: An Intelligent Learning Development Process
  • Mobile Gramabot: Development of a Chatbot App for Interactive German Grammar Learning
  • Opening Knowledge Graph Model Building of Artificial Intelligence Curriculum
  • Learning Approaches Influence on College Students‘ Digital Literacy: The Role of Self-Determination Theory
  • The Feasibility of Practical Vocational Education in Higher Education Institutions
  • Use of Knowledge Acquisition Surface to Monitor and Assess Students’ Success
  • The Cultivation of Teamwork Quality from the Perspective of Competitive-Complementary Relations
  • Operating Mechanism of University Innovation and Entrepreneurship Education and Its Contribution to Regional Economy
  • Students’ Experiences of E-learning Practices During COVID-19: A Qualitative Study
  • Qualitative Analysis Method for Training of College Students’ Entrepreneurial Resilience from the Perspective of Entrepreneurial Ecological Environment
  • Level of Digital Teaching Competence on the Verge of the Post Pandemic
  • Enhanced Virtual Reality Plant: Development and Application in Chemical Engineering Education
  • The Importance of Learning Resources for University Students During Emergency Remote Learning
  • Approach for Eliciting Learners‘ Preferences in Moocs Through Collaborative Filtering
  • The Application of Blended Learning with a Community Science Technology Approach to Improve Student Learning Outcomes in Higher Education
  • 3D Molecular Interactive Multimedia for Building Chemistry Students‘ Spatial Ability

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[publication] MOOCs, Learning Analytics and OER: An Impactful Trio for the Future of Education! #imoox #OER #tugraz #LearningAnalytics

Our contribution to the CSEDU 2020 conference about „MOOCs, Learning Analytics and OER: An Impactful Trio for the Future of Education!“ got finally published. I did the presentation in May 2020 in the very beginning of the COVID19-pandemic and it was my first complete online keynote 🙂

Abstract:
This paper discusses the general thesis that massive open online courses (in short MOOC), open educational resources (in short OER) and learning analytics are an impactful trio for future education, especially if combined. The contribution bases upon our practical experience as service providers and researchers in the department “Educational Technology” at Graz University of Technology (TU Graz) in Austria. The team members provide support to lecturers, teachers and researchers in these addressed fields for several years now, for example as host of the MOOC platform iMooX.at, providing only OER since 2015. Within this contribution, we will show, against some doubtful or conflicting opinions and positions, that (a) MOOCs are opening-up education; (b) learning analytics give insights and support learning, not only online learning, if implemented in MOOCs; and (c) that OER has the potential for sustainable resources, innovations and even more impact, especially if implemented in MOOCs.

[full article @ book’s homepage]
[draft @ ResearchGate]

Reference: Ebner M., Schön S. (2021) MOOCs, Learning Analytics and OER: An Impactful Trio for the Future of Education!. In: Lane H.C., Zvacek S., Uhomoibhi J. (eds) Computer Supported Education. CSEDU 2020. Communications in Computer and Information Science, vol 1473. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-86439-2_2

Neue OER für Lehrer:innen und Schüler:innen – Ergebnisse eines Workshops #oer #phooe

Quelle: CC 0 https://www.flickr.com/photos/195513695@N02/52038174741/

Im Rahmen eines Lehrauftrags an der PH Oberösterreich haben Sandra Schön und ich wieder einen zweitägigen Workshop zu den Themen OER und MOOCs angeboten. Als Arbeitsauftrag gilt es dabei auch, OER zu veröffentlichen. Wir freuen uns sehr, dass es damit wieder gelungen ist, vielen Knowhow und Spaß am OER-Machen vermitteln zu können – und natürlich auch darüber, dass es nun wieder vier Handvoll mehr OER gibt:

[publication] An Exploratory Mixed Method Study on H5P Videos and Video-Related Activities in a MOOC Environment #H5P #MOOC #imoox

Our article about „An Exploratory Mixed Method Study on H5P Videos and Video-Related Activities in a MOOC Environment“ got finally published:

In this paper, an exploratory mixed-method study is presented examining the video-related behavior of participants of a massive open online course (MOOC; N=1.238). Firstly, detailed log-file analysis of six videos has been carried out to compare clickstreams of videos with and without integrated H5P quiz integration. It shows quite different seeking and watching pattern behavior in video with H5P quizzes. In a second step, learners participated in an online questionnaire (N=707): Most of them see the quizzes in videos as always or mostly helpful (67%). The survey also shows that for many, taking notes, turning on subtitles, using the transcripts or even increasing the speed are important activities when learning with the videos in the MOOC. In a third step, interviews with ten MOOC participants are a source for qualitative insights in how the learners use the learning videos.

[article @ journal’s homepage]
[article @ ResearchGate]

Reference: Thurner, S., Schön, S., Schirmbrand, L., Tatschl, M., Teschl, T., Leitner, P., & Ebner, M. (2022). An Exploratory Mixed Method Study on H5P Videos and Video-Related Activities in a MOOC Environment. International Journal of Technology-Enhanced Education (IJTEE), 1(1), 1-18. http://doi.org/10.4018/IJTEE.304388