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[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 15 / No. 5 #ijet #research

Issue 15(5) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • The Effectiveness of a 3D-Virtual Reality Learning Environment (3D-VRLE) on the Omani Eighth Grade Students’ Achievement and Motivation towards Physics Learning
  • Study of the Self-Determined Motivation among Students in the Context of Online Pedagogical Activities
  • The Use of Technology in Dyslexia: An Analysis of Recent Trends
  • An Interactive e-Book for Physics to Improve Students‘ Conceptual Mastery
  • Knowledge Management and E-Learning Effectiveness: Empirical Evidence from Jordanian Higher Education Institutions
  • Implementing E-Learning-Based Virtual Laboratory Media to Students‘ Metacognitive Skills
  • A Framework to Leverage and Mature Learning Ecosystems
  • Factors Influencing Intention to Use Web 2.0 in Indonesian Vocational High Schools
  • ePortfolio and Service-Learning: A Tale of Two Cities Connected by Two High-Impact Practices
  • A Performance Analysis Model for the Training and Education of Information Security Talents
  • The Learning Method of Peer Review in College English Writing Course
  • Knowledge Structure Analysis on Educational Technology Based on Citation Analysis
  • Implementing Bloom’s Taxonomy Tool for Better Learning Outcomes of PLC and Robotics Course
  • Implementation of „ADAB“ to Hearing Impaired Student as Learning Innovation in the Data and Text Mining Course, Information System Distance Learning, Binus Online Learning
  • The Effectiveness of Sharing Blended Project Based Learning (SBPBL) Model Implementation in Operating System Course
  • Factors Influencing the Use of Multimedia Technologies in Teaching English Language in Kuwait

[Link to Issue 15/05]

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

[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 15 / No. 4 #ijet #research

Issue 15(4) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • Adaptive MOOCs Based on Intended Learning Outcomes Using Naïve Bayesian Technique
  • A Modified Evaluation Approach for Direct Assessment of Program Outcomes: Medical Equipment Technology Program as Case Study
  • An Empirical Evaluation of E-Portfolio Critical Success Factors
  • Development and Integration of E-learning Services Using REST APIs
  • In-Game Instructions: The Extent of Their Usefulness in Enhancing the Vocabulary Acquisition of ESL Learners
  • An Advanced Authentication Scheme for E-evaluation Using Students Behaviors Over E-learning Platform
  • Design of STEM Activities: Experiences and Perceptions of Prospective Secondary School Teachers
  • Research on the Spatial Distribution Difference of Compulsory Education between China and Australia
  • Integration of Case Study and Digital Technologies in Physics Teaching Through the Medium of a Foreign Language
  • An Empirical Investigation on Students’ Acceptance of (SM) Use for Teaching and Learning
  • Investigating Generation Z’ Intention to Use Learners’ Generated Content for Learning Activity: A Theory of Planned Behavior Approach
  • Improving Student Capabilities through Research-Based Learning Innovation on E-Learning System
  • Virtual Situated Learning of Spoken English Based on Computer Simulation Technology
  • An Evaluation of Online and Automated English Writing Assistants: Collocations and Idioms Checkers
  • The Architecture of Project-Based Learning in the Supplementary Vocational Education System in a Higher Education
  • Extract Tacit Knowledge in the Learner Model of the Smart Tutoring System

[Link to Issue 15/04]

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

[publication] The Use of Gamification in Gastronomic Questionnaires

We did a short publication about „The Use of Gamification in Gastronomic Questionnaires“ for the International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies (iJIM).

Abstract:
Obtaining customer opinions and customer wishes is increasingly becoming an important part of any entrepreneurial activity for determining customer satisfaction and, subsequently, optimizing products and services as well as strengthen customer loyalty. In catering, there are several ways to capture the guest’s satisfaction or dissatisfaction, as well as customer preferences and customer needs across different channels. One way to obtain a customer’s opinion is to provide a digital online questionnaire. Unfortunately, the participation of guests in such surveys is usually low. In addition, many online questionnaires are aborted prematurely, and questions which require an individual text answer are often left unanswered. Gamification is a process to use game ele-ments, game techniques and game mechanics from games in a different context in order to motivate and force people to do certain activities. This paper discusses whether the use of game elements in an existing gastronomical online questionnaire enhances the engagement of users and whether customer satisfac-tion remains the same. Based on an existing gastronomical online questionnaire from the company ITELL.SOLUTIONS GmbH a gamified questionnaire vari-ant has been developed. Game elements such as points, badges, avatar, story, progress bar and instant feedback have been included. The investigation showed that the use of gamification in questionnaires on open questions did not worsen the involvement of users. The customer satisfac-tion remained unchanged by the embedding of game elements too. Users of the expanded game questionnaire tended to give more precise and longer answers. The completion time also slightly increased for the gamified questionnaire. A direct comparison between the two variants of the questionnaire, showed that users preferred the design of the gamified questionnaire.

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Reference: Prott, D., & Ebner, M. (2020). The Use of Gamification in Gastronomic Questionnaires. International Journal Of Interactive Mobile Technologies (IJIM), 14(02), pp. 101-118. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.3991/ijim.v14i02.11695

[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 15 / No. 3 #ijet #research

Issue 15(3) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • Pedagogical Approaches in the Knowledge Society: The Flipped Classroom Method for the Development of Creativity and Dialogical Learning
  • Features of a Good Story for Non-Technical Adults to Learn Emerging Technologies
  • Forming the Basic Mathematical Knowledge among Technical Students
  • Impact of Agricultural Education on Students’ Career Choice: A Survey
  • A Case Study of Using Edmodo to Enhance Computer Science Learning for Engineering Students
  • M-WebQuest Development: Reading Comprehension of Senior High School Students in Indonesia
  • Restructuring Educational Institutions for Growth in the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR): A Systematic Review
  • Peer Learning, Self-Regulated Learning and Academic Achievement in Blended Learning Courses: A Structural Equation Modeling Approach
  • Does Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge Impact on the Use of ICT In Pedagogy?
  • Guideline to Develop an Instructional Design Model Using Video Conference in Open Learning
  • Enhancing Students’ Higher-Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) Through an Inductive Reasoning Strategy Using Geogebra
  • Computer-Mediated Communication Portal Implementation Framework: A Higher Education Institutional Perspective
  • Mobile Game-Based Language Assessment
  • The Design of a Learning Process for Promoting Teamwork using Project-Based Learning and the Concept of Agile Software Development
  • A Probe into Spoken English Recognition in English Education Based on Computer-Aided Comprehensive Analysis
  • Virtual Mathematics Kits (VMK): Connecting Digital Media to Mathematical Literacy
  • Experiment of the Prototype of Online Learning Resources on Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) to Develop Life Skills in Using Technology Media for Hearing Impaired Students
  • Impact of WhatsApp Interaction on Improving L2 Speaking Skills

[Link to Issue 15/03]

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[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 15 / No. 2 #ijet #research

Issue 15(2) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • Confronting the Challenges of MALL: Distraction, Cheating, and Teacher Readiness
  • Reference Model of E-learning and Quality to Establish Interoperability in Higher Education Systems
  • Digital Competence and Computational Thinking of Student Teachers
  • Towards a New Platform Based on Learning Outcomes Analysis For Mobile Serious Games
  • A Labyrinth Game for Blind Children Using Problem Solving Learning Model
  • Using Blended Learning Approach (BLA) in Inclusive Education Course: A Study Investigating Teacher Students’ Perception
  • Methodology of Forming the Readiness of Miners for Work in Extreme Situations Using a Training Complex
  • An Empirical Study of Application of Multimodal Approach to Teaching Reading in EFL in Senior High School
  • Can the Game-Based Learning Come? Virtual Classroom in Higher Education of 21st Century
  • Analyzing Student Performance in Programming Education Using Classification Techniques
  • Integrating Educational Technologies to Augment Learners‘ Academic Achievements
  • Motivating Medical Students Using Virtual Reality Based Education
  • Visual Education of Music Course for College Students Based on Human-Computer Interaction
  • Student Performance on an E-Learning Platform: Mixed Method Approach
  • Formation of Design and Research Competencies in Future Teachers in the Framework of STEAM Education
  • Competency Based Approach: Modeling and Implementation
  • Moodle-Based Learning: Motivating and Demotivating Factors

[Link to Issue 15/02]

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[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 15 / No. 1 #ijet #research

Issue 15(1) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • Evaluation of Physical Education Teaching Quality in Colleges Based on the Hybrid Technology of Data Mining and Hidden Markov Model
  • Managerial Potential of Educational Organizations under Conditions of Network Interaction
  • Design and Implementation of a Computer Aided Intelligent Examination System
  • Perceptions of Syrian Student Refugees towards Blended Learning: Implications for Higher Education Institutions
  • The Effectiveness of ECOLA Technique to Improve Reading Comprehension in Relation to Motivation and Self-Efficacy
  • Improving Learning Experience of Probability and Statistics using Multimedia System
  • The Effect of Non-Monetary Rewards on Employee Performance in Massive Open Online Courses
  • Facilitating K-12 Teachers in Creating Apps by Visual Programming and Project-based Learning
  • Effects of Multimedia-Assisted Learning on Learning Behaviors and Student Knowledge in Physical Education Lessons: Using Basketball Game Recording as an Example
  • The Challenges of Adopting M-Learning Assistive Technologies for Visually Impaired Learners in Higher Learning Institution in Tanzania
  • Recognition and Segmentation of English Long and Short Sentences Based on Machine Translation
  • Exploring the Drivers of Intention to Use Interactive Whiteboards among Malaysia University Students: Does Technology Self-Efficacy Matter?
  • Microblogging with Padlet: Students’ New Writing Experience on A2–B1 Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR)
  • Deep Learning: The Impact on Future eLearning
  • Creative-Thinking Skills in Explanatory Writing Skills Viewed from Learning Behaviour: A Mixed Method Case Study
  • The Digital World for Children and its Relationship with Personality Disorders: Exploring Emerging Technologies
  • Chibumons: A Positive Effect On Game to Undergraduate Students
  • Formation of Professional Orientation of High School Students to Medical Profession by Using ICT Tools

[Link to Issue 15/01]

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

[CallForPapers] Special Issue „Computational Thinking“

We are very happy, that we can announce a Call for Papers for a Special Issue on „Computational Thinking“ for the open access journal „future internet„. Of course we would love, if you find some time to make a contribution.

Most important: Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 July 2020

I made a website for further informations [Link] or you find it also at the journal’s homepage. In any case do not hesitate to contact us for any question.

[journal] Hochschuldidaktik der wissenschaftlichen Weiterbildung #zfhe

Die neueste Ausgabe der Zeitschrift für Hochschulentwicklung (ZFHE) beschäftigt sich mit der Hochschuldidaktik im Rahmen der wissenschaftlichen Weiterbildung. Wie immer sind alle Artikel Open Access 🙂

Inhaltsverzeichnis:

  • Editorial: Hochschuldidaktik der wissenschaftlichen Weiterbildung
  • Zukunfts-Wissen im Diskurs: Eine Didaktik Wissenschaftlicher Weiterbildung für organisationspädagogische Professionalisierung
  • Weiterbildung an Hochschulen als Leerstelle der Hochschuldidaktik und Berufsbildungsforschung – Probleme und Perspektiven
  • Bedarfsorientierte Curriculumentwicklung aus der Praxis für die Praxis am Beispiel der Entwicklung eines weiterbildenden Masters of Public Management
  • Weiterbildung von Führungskräften: Beispiel einer Wissenschaft-Praxis-Kooperation
  • Heterogenen Lernendengruppen in der wissenschaftlichen Weiterbildung im Bereich Public Health begegnen
  • Heterogener Studierendenschaft begegnen. Maßnahmen zur Flexibilisierung des Studiums an der TU Dresden
  • Wissenschaft-Praxis-Projekte als kleinformatige und individualisierte Weiterbildungsangebote
  • Tandem Teaching – Kooperative Lehre und Einbindung hochschulexterner Lehrpersonen
  • Professionalisierung als Programm. Vom Versuch, durch die rekursive Anwendung von Gestaltungsprinzipien eine Leerstelle der Hochschuldidaktik zu füllen
  • Individualisiertes Lernen mit Computer begleitetem Lernen
  • Wettbewerb und Kooperation in der Nutzung von Absolventenstudien in der Schweiz
  • Weiterentwicklung von Praktikumskulturen in der hochschulischen Lehrer/innenbildung durch Begegnungen im Third Space

Die gesamte Ausgabe gibt es hier [ZFHE Bd. 14 Nr. 4 (2019)]

[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 14 / No. 24 #ijet #research

Issue 14(24) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • Using Learning Analytics to Improve MOOC Instructional Design
  • Customer Journey Construction of the Indonesian Open-Education Resources Platform
  • Attitude and Behavioral Intention to Develop and Use MOOCs among Academics
  • Development of Mobile Self-Monitoring Tool Prototype Based on User-Centered Design
  • Sequence to Sequence Model Performance for Education Chatbot
  • Enhancing Students’ Reasoning Skills in Engineering and Technology through Game-based learning
  • Learning Aids of Risk Assessment Apps For Practical Engineering Student: A Case Study
  • A Proposed Heutagogy Framework for Structural Steel Design in Civil Engineering Curriculum
  • Utilization of Contextual Knowledge Elements in 3D CAD Model Visualization from the Perspectives of Practicing Engineers
  • Implication of Active Learning Techniques in Learning Thermodynamics Energy Conversion using BLOSSOMS Thermodynamics Energy Conversion Video towards Engineering Undergraduates Performance
  • Preliminary Development of MyAras: Level 1 Mobile Virtual Lab
  • Mathematical HOTS Cultivation via Online Learning Environment and 5E Inquiry Model: Cognitive Impact and the Learning Activities
  • Instilling Low Carbon Awareness through Technology-Enhanced Cooperative Problem Based Learning
  • Physics on the Go: A Mobile Computer-Based Physics Laboratory for Learning Forces and Motion
  • Challenges in ICT Integration among Malaysian Public Primary Education Teachers: The Roles of Leaders and Stakeholders

[Link to Issue 14/24]

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[journal] Flexibles Lernen gestalten an Hochschulen #zfhe

Die neueste Ausgabe der Zeitschrift für Hochschulentwicklung (ZFHE) beschäftigt sich mit einem durchaus interessanten Thema – dem flexiblen Lernen. Wie immer sind alle Artikel Open Access 🙂

Inhaltsverzeichnis:

  • Evaluierung des flexiblen Lernbedarfs bei Studierenden – Implikationen für die Praxis
  • Digitale Maßnahmen zur Flexibilisierung des Lernens an der Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien
  • The tiniest seed in the right situation: Flexibles Lernen in der Studieneingangsphase
  • Konzeption und Evaluation einer flexiblen Online-Qualifizierung für Hochschullehrende
  • Flexibilität und Struktur am Beispiel einer Lehrveranstaltung im Blended-Learning-Design
  • Herausforderungen bei der Implementierung digitaler Medien an Hochschulen
  • Heterogener Studierendenschaft begegnen. Maßnahmen zur Flexibilisierung des Studiums an der TU Dresden
  • Flexible Unterstützungsangebote in Statistik: Implementation und Effekte auf Studienerfolg
  • Assessing the Impact of “More-Flexible” Learning as Part of a Study Program
  • Smart Success – ein digitaler Assistent als Beitrag zu einer Kultur des flexiblen Studierens
  • Digitales Toolkit BWL-Studierende – Emerging Technologies virtualisiert
  • Intelligent Tutoring Systems in Higher Education – Towards Enhanced Dimensions
  • Flexibel in neuen Kontexten lernen
  • I-Learning – individualisiertes Lernen im Übergang von der Schule in die Hochschule
  • Flexibles und selbstorganisiertes Lernen im Labor – Remote-Labore in der Hochschullehre
  • Flexibles Lernen in der Hochschule mit Digitalen Differenzierungsmatrizen
  • The relevance of study programme structures for flexible learning: an empirical analysis
  • Hochschullehre aus der Studierenden-Perspektive denken: individuelle Lernpfade im Inverted Classroom
  • Flexibilisierung studentischen Lernens durch Inverted Classroom
  • Seamless Learning als Ansatz zum Umgang mit flexiblem Lehren und Lernen – Erfahrungs-bericht aus dem Seamless Learning Lab
  • Flexibilisierung der Hochschulbildung durch MOOCs: Disruption oder Integration?
  • Flexibles Lernen: Erfolgreiche online-gestützte Lernprozesse ermöglichen

Die gesamte Ausgabe gibt es hier [ZFHE Bd. 14 Nr. 3 (2019)]