[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 16 / No. 7 #ijet #research

Issue 16(07) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • Screen Recorder for Guiding Distance Learning: Case Study of Teacher Professional Education Program
  • Project-Based Research Learning (PBRL) Integrated With E-Learning in Projects Completion
  • Encouraging Student’s Soft-Skill by Web-Based EColloquium Learning Approach to Enhance Advance Feedbacks
  • Developing an Audiobook for Listening Courseware
  • Educational Transformation: An Evaluation of Online Learning Due To COVID-19
  • Developing Multimedia-Based Learning Media for Basic Skill of Teaching Material in Order to Equip Professional Teachers
  • Blended Learning Integrated Fieldwork on Fundamentals of Geology Learning During The Covid-19 Pandemic
  • Fun Learning History: Explore the History of Water Sites Based on Android
  • Effect of Mobile-Augmented Reality (MAR) in Digital Encyclopedia on The Complex Problem Solving and Attitudes of Undergraduate Student
  • Developing an Independent Curriculum: Village Development Project as an Equalization of Thesis
  • Teachers Technological Capability as Digital Immigrants in Learning from Home Activities
  • Developing of a Learning Media for Smartphones for Disaster Mitigation Education
  • Intercultural Communicative Competence Teaching and Assessment Based on Modern Information Technology
  • Egyptian Instructors and Massive Open Online Courses: An Attitudinal Intentional Study
  • Design of an Information Management System for the Case Library of Business Management Courses
  • Application of an Artificial Neural Network to Evaluate the Integration Effect of Quality Education and Skill Education
  • A Framework of an Intelligent Education System for Higher Education Based on Deep Learning
  • Developing E-Module for Prospective Sociology Educators: Constructing Multiple Choice Questions Based On Higher Order Thinking Skill (HOTS)
  • Alternative Online Learning Using Social Media as a Panacea
  • The Development of CDAC (Constructing, Design, Act, and Communicate) Learning Model in Education Research Course

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[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 16 / No. 6 #ijet #research

Issue 16(06) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • Strengthening Motivation in the Mathematical Engineering Teaching Processes – A Proposal from Gamification and Game-Based Learning
  • Virtual Reality and BIM Methodology as Teaching- Learning Improvement Tools for Sanitary Engineering Courses
  • Quality Teaching in Online Higher Education: The Perspectives of 250 Online Tutors on Technology and Pedagogy
  • The Cultivating Strategies of Pre-Service Teachers‘ Informatization Teaching Ability Oriented to Wisdom Generation
  • Quality of Using Google Classroom to Support the Learning Processes in the Automation and Programming Course
  • A Systematic Review of Serious Games for Collaborative Learning: Theoretical Framework, Game Mechanic and Efficiency Assessment
  • Analysis of Conditions for Reliable Predictions by Moodle Machine Learning Models
  • The Role of Summer Intensive Programmes on Improving Students’ Learning Outcomes in Rural Areas
  • Enhancement Strategies for Classroom Teaching Effect of Professional Art Education
  • Cultivation Strategies for Scientific Research and Innovation Ability of College Students Majoring in Sports
  • Mobile Learning Programs for Spatial Decision Making
  • A Machine Learning Way to Classify Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Status and Trend of Research on the Funding and Management of Basic Research in China: An Analysis Based on Knowledge Maps of Core Journal Database of China National Knowledge Infrastructure in 1992-2019
  • Fuzzy Evaluation of Physical Education Teaching Quality in Colleges Based on Analytic Hierarchy Process
  • An Educational Training Kit for an Efficient GPS Anti-Jamming System
  • The Online Course as Initial Stage of a Course in Higher Education: Implementation and Evaluation of the Pre-MOOC Concept in a Technical Degree Course
  • Blended Learning as a Means of Foreign Students’ Integration into a University Educational Process
  • Writing Instructions at a University and Identity Issues: A Systemic Functional Linguistics Perspective
  • Towards an Evolution of E-Learning Recommendation Systems: From 2000 to Nowadays

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[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 16 / No. 5 #ijet #research

Issue 16(05) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • Computer Assisted Instruction System under Artificial Intelligence Technology
  • Construction and Exploration of an Intelligent Evaluation System for Educational APP through Artificial Intelligence Technology
  • The Use of Artificial Intelligence Combined with Cloud Computing in the Design of Education Information Management Platform
  • Academic Performance Prediction Method of Online Education using Random Forest Algorithm and Artificial Intelligence Methods
  • Analysis on Academic Benchmark Design and Teaching Method Improvement under Artificial Intelligence Robot Technology
  • Connotation Analysis and Paradigm Shift of Teaching Design under Artificial Intelligence Technology
  • Teaching Evaluation System by use of Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence Methods
  • Sustainable Development of College and University Education by use of Data Mining Methods
  • Design and Development of Educational Robot Teaching Resources Using Artificial Intelligence Technologys
  • Intelligent Decision System of Higher Educational Resource Data under Artificial Intelligence Technology
  • Mobile Learning Adoption: A Systematic Review of the Technology Acceptance Model from 2017 to 2020
  • MR On-SeT: A Mixed Reality Occupational Health and Safety Training for World-Wide Distribution
  • Scratch Teaching Mode of a Course for College Students
  • Analysis of Developers of Online Courses on Ukrainian Platforms of MOOC
  • A New Project-based Learning Concept in English Writing
  • Evaluation of College Students‘ Innovation and Entrepreneurial Ability for the Science and Technology Service Industry
  • Application of IT-integrated Project-Based Learning in the Teaching Reform of Undergraduate Education
  • Design of a Blockchain-Based e-Portfolio Evaluation System to Assess the Education and Teaching Process
  • Application of Information Technology in Optimizing the Governance of Basic Education Groups

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[publication] Chatbots for Brand Representation in Comparison with Traditional Websites #chatbot #tugraz

Our publication about „Chatbots for Brand Representation in Comparison with Traditional Websites“ are published in the International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies (iJIM).

Abstract:
Chatbots have gained enormous popularity in recent years. IT giants such as Microsoft, Google and Facebook have taken an interest in automated conversations. Messaging apps like WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger are playing an increasingly important role in smartphone usage and communication in general perfect conditions for chatbots. This paper provides an introduction of recent chatbot development in general and in customer environments. As part of this work, a chatbot was developed for the Austrian IT company CodeFluegel GmbH. The chatbot, named Theodore, provides information about CodeFluegel via Facebook Messenger and webchat, like the existing company website. The design process and implementation of the chatbot as well as architectural considerations are explained throughout this document. In a user study, participants perform typical tasks with the website and the chatbot. The usage of both platforms is evaluated in order to identify advantages and disadvantages as well as differences compared to the other technology and to draw conclusions. Findings to this study indicate promising prospects for chatbots as alternative touchpoints for customers and others and a way to replace and enhance traditional websites.

[full article @ ResearchGate]
[full article @ JournalsHomepage]

Reference: Kühnel, J., Ebner, M., Ebner, M. (2020) Chatbots for Brand Representation in Comparison with Traditional Websites. In: International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies (iJIM) 14(18):18-33

[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 16 / No. 3 #ijet #research

Issue 16(03) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • Increasing Students Critical Thinking Skills and Learning Motivation Using Inquiry Mind Map
  • Intelligent Tutoring Systems, Learning and Cognitive Styles of Dyslexic Students
  • Ubiquitous Learning vs. Electronic Learning: A Comparative Study on Learning Activeness and Learning Achievement of Students with Different Self-Regulated Learning
  • Incentive and Restrictive Mechanism of Knowledge Sharing in Basic Education Groups
  • Machine Learning Methods and Qualimetric Approach to Determine the Conditions for Train Students in the Field of Environmental and Economic Activities
  • The Effect of McGraw-Hill Education Connect on Students‘ Academic Performance
  • The Incentive System of the Subject Librarians in the University Library
  • A Teaching Quality Evaluation Model for Preschool Teachers Based on Deep Learning
  • Use of Information Technologies in Developing Foreign Language Competence for Professional Interaction of Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students Specializing in Mineral Resources
  • Improved Evaluation Index Systems for Public Physical Education
  • Design of an Adaptive Educational Application to Generate Customized Tests Based on Ontology
  • Game Technologies to Assist Learning of Communication Skills in Dialogic Settings for Persons with Aphasia
  • A New Hybrid Teaching Model for a Psychology Course
  • Distance Learning Applicability in Egyptian Construction Engineering Education
  • Modern Technologies in the Process of Determining the Professional Suitability of Freshmen Students of a Teacher Training College
  • A New Reciprocal Teaching Approach for Information Literacy Education under the Background of Big Data
  • Teachers’ Views on the Use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in Education Environments
  • A Review of Content-Based and Context-Based Recommendation Systems
  • Write2Code: Pen-Based Educational Tool for Java
  • Using Recommender Systems for Matching Students with Suitable Specialization: An Exploratory Study at King Abdulaziz University
  • Teaching Domain-Specific English to Engineering Students through SPRE Model-Based Projects

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[publication] Experiences Based on a Major Information Server #tugraz #research

Together with my colleagues we published an article about „Experiences Based on a Major Information Server“ in the Journal of Transactions on Internet Research.

Abstract:
In this paper we describe lessons we have learnt from building up a webserver with reliable information over a period of ten years. We show how we have tried to overcome often encountered weaknesses and thus encourage the community to follow our suggestions. We also point out that much research and development work remains to be carried out.

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

Reference: Delilovic, N., Ebner, M., Maurer, H., Zaka, B. (2020) Experiences Based on a Major Information Server. Transactions on Internet Research 16(1). pp. 75-82

[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 16 / No. 2 #ijet #research

Issue 16(02) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • MOOC As an Enabler for Achieving Professional Competence: Problem-Solving Aspect
  • A Fuzzy Evaluation Model of College English Teaching Quality Based on Analytic Hierarchy Process
  • An Intelligent Computer System for Assessing Student Performance
  • Engagement of Students in Data Visualization for the Purpose of E-Learning Improvement
  • The Use of Social Media for the Development of Digital Literacy of Students: From Adequate Use to Cognition Tools
  • Virtual Lab Model for Making Online Courses More Inclusive for Students with Special Educational Needs
  • Providing Adaptivity in Moodle LMS Courses
  • E-Learning for SMEs
  • Assessment of E-Portfolio in Higher Education
  • Efficiency of Outsourcing and Outstaffing Mechanisms Based on MOOCs in the Market of Entrepreneurial Education Services
  • Intelligent Automation of Student Performance Assessment based on Cloud Services
  • A Multi-Attribute Fuzzy Evaluation Model for the Teaching Quality of Physical Education in Colleges and Its Implementation Strategies
  • Evaluation of College English Teaching Quality Based on Grey Clustering Analysis
  • An Evaluation Model for the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Thinking Ability of College Students Based on Neural Network
  • Empowerment or Limitation of the Teachers’ Rights and Abilities in the Prevailing Digital Environment
  • Flipped Classroom in Programming Course: A Systematic Literature Review
  • Towards Understanding the Students’ Acceptance of MOOCs: A Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology (UTAUT)
  • An Analysis of Thai Student Teacher Appropriate Internet Use Behaviour
  • Research on Innovative Teaching Mode of Art Education in the Age of Convergence of Media
  • University Support, Teaching Competencies and Entrepreneurial Competencies in Software Engineering and Graphic Design Students

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[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 16 / No. 1 #ijet #research

Issue 16(01) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • Predicting Factors that Influence Students’ Learning Outcomes Using Learning Analytics in Online Learning Environment
  • Kaanbal: A Mobile Learning Platform Focused on Monitoring and Customization of Learning
  • Design and Application of an Improved Genetic Algorithm to a Class Scheduling System
  • Antecedents of Blackboard Adoption by Lecturers at a South African Higher Education Institution – Extending GETAMEL
  • Interactive Study of Multimedia and Virtual Technology in Art Education
  • Does Flipped Classroom Model Affect EFL Learners’ Anxiety in English Speaking Performance?
  • The Effect of Network Relational Structure on Knowledge Diffusion Learning: An Empirical Study
  • Postgraduate Training Performance Evaluation Applying Weighting and Comprehensive Fuzzy Evaluation Methods
  • Utilizing Text Mining and Feature-Sentiment-Pairs to Support Data-Driven Design Automation Massive Open Online Course
  • A Study on Digital Literacy Skills of Faculty of Letters Students: Use of University Library
  • Analysis of Blended Learning Model Application Using Text Mining Method
  • Formation of Legal Competence of Future Bachelors of Psychological and Pedagogical Education
  • Optimization Analysis and Implementation of Online Wisdom Teaching Mode in Cloud Classroom Based on Data Mining and Processing
  • Designing and Developing e-Assessment Delivery System Under IMS QTI ver.2.2 Specification
  • An Accent Marking Algorithm of English Conversion System Based on Morphological Rules
  • A Research-Oriented Teaching Model for Public Physical Education in Colleges Based on Extenics Theory
  • Influence of Teacher-Student Matching on Knowledge Innovation of College Students
  • Measurement and Evaluation of Collaborative Development Level of Higher Education
  • The Use of Electronic Educational Resources of The University as A Means of Increasing The Educational Motivation of Students

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Neue Ausgabe: Lehrentwicklung anregen, Lehrqualität auszeichnen #zfhe #openaccess

Im letzten Jahr ist noch die Ausgabe 15/4 der Zeitschrift für Hochschulentwicklung (ZFHE) erschienen mit dem Titel „Lehrentwicklung anregen, Lehrqualität auszeichnen„. Lieben Dank an die Herausgeber:innen Gabi Reinmann und Peter Tremp für die spannende Open-Access-Publikation:

Die in diesem Themenheft versammelten zwölf Beiträge decken inhaltlich eine breite Palette von Möglichkeiten ab, die Entwicklung und Qualität von Lehre zu betrachten und zu bearbeiten. Jeder der Texte thematisiert mehrere Dimensionen von Lehrentwicklung und Lehrqualität, und zwar theoretisch, konzeptionell, über empirische Befunde oder konkrete Praxisbeispiele; insgesamt werden die fünf Akzente Lehrkompetenzentwicklung, Lehrauszeichnung, Qualitätsentwicklung, Hochschulentwicklung, Digitalisierung und Theorieentwicklung adressiert. Die Ausgabe enthält darüber hinaus drei freie Beiträge, die verschiedene Themen aus der Hochschulentwicklung allgemein aufgreifen.

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[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 15 / No. 23 #ijet #research

Issue 15(23) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • The Opinions of Technology Supported Education of University Students
  • Analysis of the Studies Published on Business Strategy Game and Learning Strategic Management in the Web of Science Database
  • Data-Driven Learning in Enhancing Learners’ Language Idiomaticity
  • Students’ Views on the Use of Technology in Geography Course
  • Determining Expert Opinions of the Faculty of Education on the Development of Distance Learning Course
  • Opinions of Future Prospective Teachers on Coding Technique
  • Technology-Supported Models for Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Foreign Language Pre-Service Teachers’ Attitudes Towards Integrated Technology
  • Perceptions of Foreign Language Teachers for M-Learning
  • nalysis of Articles on Education and Instructional Technologies (Scopus)
  • Future Teachers’ Opinions on Preparation and Use of Interactive Materials in Teaching
  • n Adaptive Learning Mode of “Public Psychology” Based on Creative Thinking with Virtual Simulation Technology
  • Lecturers Views of Online Instructors about Distance Education and Adobe Connect
  • The Views of the Teacher Candidates on the Use of Kahoot as A Gaming Tool
  • Analysis of Documents Published on Mobile Technology of Hearing Impaired in Web of Science Database
  • Preservıce Teachers’ Opinions on the Use of Technology in Education
  • Intelligent Technology-Based Improvement of Teaching Ability of Professional Courses in Art Design
  • Performance Evaluation of Industry-Education Integration in Higher Vocational Colleges: An Evidence from China
  • Student’s Perception of Web 2.0 Tools and Educational Applications

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