[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 18 / No.20 #ijet #research

Issue 18(20) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • Gamification of Mathematics Teaching Materials: Its Validity, Practicality and Effectiveness
  • Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality for Immersive Learning: A Framework of Education Environment Design
  • Smart Teaching Systems: A Hybrid Framework of Reinforced Learning and Deep Learning
  • Learning Mathematics with Large Language Models
  • Teaching Effect Evaluation of Flipped Classroom in Engineering Management Colleges
  • Evaluation of Information Skills and Innovative Literacy Cultivation of Digital Talent in Universities
  • Classification and Retrieval of Multimedia Audio Learning Resources
  • Studying in Online Environment: Students’ Attitude Towards Online Open Electives in Karnataka
  • A Study of the Impact of the Application of Digital Technology-Integrated Entrepreneurship Education on Entrepreneurship and Entrepreneurial Performance
  • Construction and Implementation of Curriculum Knowledge Bases by Integrating New Educational Resources
  • Value Assessment of Online Educational Resources in the Context of Blended Learning
  • Empowering Teachers in E-Learning: A Case-Based Recommender System for Effective Learning Design
  • Establishing Teacher-Student Communicative Empathy in a Multimodal Interactive Environment and Skill Enhancement
  • Students’ Perception of Using ChatGPT in Counseling and Mental Health Education: The Benefits and Challenges
  • Correlation Between Cognitive Levels of Teachers’ Questions and Response Enthusiasm of Students
  • E-Spot – A Social Media and Collaboration Framework for Students in Albania
  • Combined Teaching of Mathematics with the Halomda Platform

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[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 18 / No.19 #ijet #research

Issue 18(19) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • Enhancing Students’ Linear Algebra I Learning Using Assessment Through STACK
  • Early Research Trends on ChatGPT: Insights from Altmetrics and Science Mapping Analysis
  • Roblox in Higher Education
  • Construction of Immersive Experiences: Development of Virtual Reality Technology to Facilitate Physical Geography Learning
  • Enhancing Oral Production in Integrated English Blended Teaching through a Production-Oriented Approach: An Action Research Study
  • Evaluation of Blended Teaching in STEAM Education Using Structural Equation Model Questionnaire Technology
  • Imagineering MOOC Instructional Design Model to Enhance Creative Thinking and Creative Health Media Innovation
  • A Study of the Use of Multimedia in AI Industry in Terms of its Impact on In-Service Education and Work Attitude as Well as Work Performance
  • Using BERT-Based Textual Analysis to Design a Smarter Classroom Mode for Computer Teaching in Higher Education Institutions
  • The Influence of Science and Technology Innovation Perception Education on Entrepreneurial Intention of College Students
  • Structural Relationship on Factors Influencing Digital Literacy of College Students
  • Validation of the Digital Transformation Model of the Universidad Autónoma de Chile
  • An Evolutionary Study of the Impact of Artificial Intelligence Technology on Foreign Language Education
  • A Mobile Training Context for In-Service Teachers
  • Measuring Video Conferencing System Success in Higher Education: Scale Development and Evaluation
  • Using Structural Equation Model Questionnaire Technology for Assessing Blending Teaching in STEAM Courses
  • Effects of Multimedia Video Integrated STEM Curricula on Learning Attitude and Learning Achievement
  • A Study on the Influence of Hybrid Teaching on Students’ Learning Attitude and Learning Confidence

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

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

Table of Contents:

  • An Evaluation Framework for Online Courses Based on Sentiment Analysis Using Machine Learning
  • Refining the Process of Credit Transfer of MOOCs with the Utilization of ChatGPT and Blockchain
  • Improving English Listening and Speaking Abilities in Online Interactive Platforms
  • Exploring the Effectiveness of Mobile Learning Technologies in Enhancing Student Engagement and Learning Outcomes
  • Assessment of Biology Teacher Candidates’ Attitudes and Competencies Toward Virtual Reality Applications
  • Effects of Different Educational Interaction Modes on Students’ Independent Online Learning Ability
  • Analysis and Advice on Employment Forecasts for Graduates Taking into Account the Characteristics of Employment Mobility
  • Mediation Models for Online Learning and Perspectives for Open Innovation: Systematic Review of the Literature
  • Pedagogical Conditions for the Training of Future Teachers Based on Digital Educational Technologies
  • A Research into Factors that Influence College Students’ Enthusiasm for Learning in an Online Learning Environment
  • Data-Driven Prediction of Students’ Online Learning Needs and Optimization of Knowledge Library Management
  • Teaching Technologies Online: Changes of Experience in Wartime in Ukraine
  • An Adaptive E-Learning Systems Success Model
  • Kosovo Students’ Readiness for Online Learning during the Covid-19 Pandemic
  • Development of a Curriculum Management System for a State University in the Philippines
  • Can AI Function As A New Mode of Sketching
  • About the Role of Digital Technologies for the Personality-oriented Self-development of Students in the Field of Modern Education
  • Analysis of the Sentiment in the Evaluation Texts of University Students by Means of the Concept of Flexible Management

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

Issue 18(16) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • The Perception by University Students of the Use of ChatGPT in Education
  • Influencing Factors of the Quality of MOOCs Based on the KANO Model
  • Effectiveness of Online Collaborative Learning in Gamified Environments
  • Teacher Educators’ Attitudes Towards Using Digital Technologies for Learning and Teaching: The Case of Slovenia
  • The Effect of Using iPad Apps in Developing Components of Cooperative Learning Among Students During the COVID-19 Pandemic
  • A New Collaborative Filtering Recommendation Algorithm for Course Resources Based on Language-Scoring Data
  • Influencing Factors of the Blended Teaching Effect of SPOCs
  • Intelligent Content Distribution System: A Machine Learning–Based Teaching Content Customization Method
  • How Did We Deliver Team-Based Learning (TBL) Remotely to Overcome Digital Divide and Internet Access Inequality?
  • Philosophical Background of Computational Thinking
  • Estimating Learning Task Duration
  • Construction and Application of a Complex Network-Based Case Knowledge Base in an Assisted Instruction System
  • The Effect of Strengths/Opportunities and Weaknesses/Challenges on Online Learning during the COVID -19 Pandemic
  • Design of a Machine Learning Model to Predict Student Attrition
  • Blended Learning in Mathematics Teacher Education: A Systematic Review
  • Influences of Anchored Instruction on Fragmented Learning Outcomes of University Students
  • ChatGPT in Ukrainian Education: Problems and Prospects
  • Multi-Level Text Clustering in Subject Knowledge Library and its Visualization

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[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 18 / No.16 #ijet #research

Issue 18(16) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • A New Evolution Model for Collaborative Management of Knowledge Resources
  • The Requirements for Heutagogical Attunement within STEAM Education
  • Online Teaching Quality Evaluation: Entropy TOPSIS and Grouped Regression Model
  • Validation of a Didactic Model for the Understanding of Academic Texts in Virtual Higher Education
  • Learning-by-Doing Approach to Teach Microcontroller Course with Portable Training Board
  • Use of Games in ESP Classes: Perceptions from Students and Teachers
  • The Teacher of the Future
  • Distance Learning: GeoGebra-Learning Videos to Improving Mathematical Communication Ability
  • Expanding the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) to Consider Teachers Needs and Concerns in the Design of Educational Technology (EdTAM)
  • The Impact of an Intelligent Tutoring System (ITS) on the Academic Progress and Success of EFL Jordanian Students: A Quasi-Experimental Study
  • Cognitive Status Analysis for Recognizing and Managing Students’ Learning Behaviors
  • Adoption of Internet of Things in the Higher Educational Institutions: Perspectives from South Africa
  • A Model to Predict and Analyze Students’ Learning Preferences and their Cognitive Development through Educational Big Data
  • Influence of Learning Intervention on Online Learners’ Performance
  • Hybrid Learning through Lecture Capture: Exploring Perspectives and Overcoming Challenges with Blackboard Encore Technology
  • Personalizing Students’ Learning Needs by a Teaching Decision Optimization Method

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[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 18 / No.15 #ijet #research

Issue 18(15) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • ICT Security Tools and Techniques among Higher Education Institutions: A Critical Review
  • Effects of Inquiry-Based Teaching on Learning Efficiency in an Augmented Reality Environment
  • Toward a Context-Aware Course-Planning Model in Pervasive Learning Environments
  • Students’ Composition Evaluation Model Based on Natural Language Processing Algorithm
  • Information Systems Maintenance
  • Towards an Intelligent Model for Evaluating Serious Games
  • Evaluation and Analysis of the Implementation Effects in Practical-Course Blended Learning Based on Virtual Reality Technology
  • The Use of Educational Technology to Improve the Quality of Learning and Teaching: A Systematic Research Review and New Perspectives
  • Exploring English Major Students’ Self-Directed Technology Use for Language Learning
  • The Effect of Group Size on Cognitive and Behavioural Students’ Engagement
  • The Impact of Online Teaching Using Interactive Learning Methods on the Utilization of Learning Resources
  • Evaluation of Online Teaching Effect of Vocational College Teachers Based on TOPSIS Technology and the Hierarchical Chi-Square Model
  • Training Quality Evaluation of Innovative and Entrepreneurial Talents for Smart Tourism
  • Data-Driven School Improvement and Data-Literacy in K-12: Findings from a Swedish National Program
  • Multi-Dimensional Evaluation of Teachers’ Leading Role in Art-Training Courses
  • Effectiveness of Virtual Laboratory Teacher Training Workshops: A Kirkpatrick Model Analysis
  • BlockCode: A Web Application to Create Games that Support the Learning of Computer Programming Logic

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[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

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[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 18 / No.13 #ijet #research

Issue 18(13) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • Exploring the Impact of Peer Mentoring on Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning among Undergraduate Students
  • Augmented Reality Awareness and Latest Applications in Education: A Review
  • University Students’ Perceptions of Google Tools in Learning English Courses Online
  • Effects of Immersive Virtual Reality Technology on Online Learning Outcomes
  • Perception and Preference of the Students for Online Education during COVID-19 in Bangladesh: A Study Based on Binary Logistic Regression
  • Teaching Quality Evaluation of Online Courses Based on AHP-FCE Evaluation Technology
  • Learning Path Recommendation of Intelligent Education Based on Cognitive Diagnosis
  • Technology-Enhanced Personalized Language Learning: Strategies and Challenges
  • Coupling Correlation between the Support of Educational Environment and the Transformation of Students’ Entrepreneurial Achievements
  • University Teachers’ Psychological State During the Stress of Online Education after Pandemic in Wartime in Ukrain
  • Factors Influencing the Quality of Online Teaching: Application of DEMATEL and Cluster Technology
  • A New Methodology of Knowledge Point Sequence Generation and Learning Path Recommendation by Knowledge Reasoning
  • High-Stakes Online Exams
  • Receptivity Level of Faculty Members in Universities Using Digital Learning Tools: A UTAUT Perspective
  • A Bibliometric Analysis of Online Learning Emotions from 2006 to 2023
  • A New Methodology for Clustering of Online Learning Resources Based on Students’ Learning Styles
  • Effectiveness of an Adaptive Learning Chatbot on Students’ Learning Outcomes Based on Learning Styles
  • Unveiling the Acronyms: A Flipped Classroom Activity for Building Theoretical Knowledge

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[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 18 / No.12 #ijet #research

Issue 18(12) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • Machine Learning Approach for an Adaptive E-Learning System Based on Kolb Learning Styles
  • Academic Early Warning Model for Students Based on Big Data Analysis
  • Virtual Feedback: Exploring and Analyzing Students’ Acceptance as a Tool for Developing English Language Skills
  • Effectiveness Evaluation of Online Teaching Based on CRITIC-VIKOR Technology
  • Use of a Deep Learning Approach for the Evaluation of Students’ Online Learning Cognitive Ability
  • Design of IoT Based Remote Renewable Energy Laboratory
  • Comprehensive Evaluation of Online Experimental Teaching Quality in Colleges and Universities Based on Support Vector Machine
  • Collaborative Innovation Ability Cultivation of College Students by Improving Achievement Transformation Efficiency
  • Self-Attention-Based Bi-LSTM Model for Sentiment Analysis on Tweets about Distance Learning in Higher Education
  • Vocabulary Acquisition Through Content and Language Integrated Learning
  • The Impact of Quiz Mode on Students’ Learning Achievement: A Gamified e-Quiz Study
  • Effect of Students Attitude Towards Mathematics on their Mathematical Achievement at Secondary School Level
  • The Effect of Integrating Interactive Simulations on the Development of Students’ Motivation, Engagement, Interaction and School Results
  • Psychological Crisis Prediction of Students Based on Network Behavior by Big Data Mining
  • Going Beyond Language Learning: A Microlearning Instructional Design to Promote EFL Learners’ Collaboration Competency
  • A Rapid Review of Learning using Hologram in Higher Education

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[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 18 / No.11 #ijet #research

Issue 18(11) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • Knowledge Structure, Characteristics, and Global Research Trends Study of Smart Education Research: Bibliometric Analysis
  • Influence of Blockchain Technology Application in Education on Online Teaching Resources Sharing
  • Open Learning Environment for Multimodal Learning Based on Knowledge Base Technology
  • Design Considerations in Developing an Augmented Reality Learning Environment for Engaging Students in Covariational Reasoning
  • Web Technologies in the Development of Computational Thinking of Students with Mental Disabilities
  • A Novel Method for Constructing Online Learning Paths Based on Cognitive Level Assessment of College Students
  • Proposing a Feature Selection Approach to Predict Learners’ Performance in Virtual Learning Environments (VLEs)
  • Comparative Analysis of Cross-Cultural Teaching Management in Big Data Environment
  • Social Learning in Disadvantaged Municipalities in Hungary
  • A New Method of Teaching ‘Software Operation’ by a Knowledge Sharing Oriented to Practice Teaching Approach
  • Analysis of Student Performance Applying Data Mining Techniques in a Virtual Learning Environment
  • The Use of Technology in Geography Education Research: A Bibliometric Analysis
  • Comprehensive Evaluation of Experimental Teaching Quality Using AHP-TOPSIS Technique
  • Online Courses in Technology and Engineering: To What Extent Do They Tangibly Enhance Professional Development?
  • The Impact of Mobile Application-Assisted Instruction on Intrinsic Motivation and Sports Nutrition Knowledge: The Case of Blended Learning
  • Exploring the Relationship between Participant Role and Collaborative Quality in Online Collaborative Discussions
  • Student Online Learning Behavior Characteristics Based on Multidimensional Cognitive Model

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