[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 17 / No.9 #ijet #research

Issue 17(9) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • Analysis of Scholarly Communications of Students on Twitter
  • Assessing Usability of Learning Experience Prototype
  • Practical Perception and Quality Evaluation for Teaching of Dynamic Visual Communication Design in the Context of Digital Media
  • Social Networking Site Usage, Intensity and Online Social Capital
  • A New Research-Based Case Teaching Method for an Occupational Quality Curriculum Based on Moodle
  • Influencing Factors of Distance Learning Students’ Support Services in a Smart Education Environment
  • The Cultivation Quality Evaluation of International Talents Based on Deep Learning
  • Teaching Practices of a Warehousing Management Curriculum based on Virtual Reality Simulation Technology
  • Entangling the Interrelationship Between Demographics Profiles, Referencing Competencies and Individual Performance in the Digital Environments
  • Factors Determining Academics’ Behavioral Intention and Usage Behavior towards Online Teaching Technologies during Covid-19: An Extension of the UTAUT
  • A New Micro-Studio Mode in Vocational Skills Teaching
  • Analysis Method for Teacher-Student Interaction in Online English Courses
  • Investigating Student’s Cognitive Engagement, Motivation and Cognitive Retention in Learning Management System
  • Influence Study of Learners’ Independent Learning Ability on Learning Performance in Online Learning
  • Effects of Teaching Behaviors on the Effectiveness of Classroom Learning Time
  • Influence of Teachers‘ Effective Teaching Behavior on Knowledge Transfer of Students in Online Teaching
  • The Practice of a New Maker Teaching Model in Vocational and Technical Education
  • SG-LOM as Metadata Description for Serious Games to Benefit from LMS Monitoring Features
  • Learners‘ Autonomous Learning Behavior in Distance Reading Based on Big Data

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[publication] OER Certification of Individuals and Organisations in Higher Education: Implementations Worldwide #OER #OEAA

Our publication about „OER Certification of Individuals and Organisations in Higher Education: Implementations Worldwide“ got published in the Open Praxis Journal:

Abstract:
The initiative „Open Education Austria Advanced“ develops infrastructures for open educational resources (OER) in higher education. One part is the development of certification procedures to point out OER competencies of teachers in higher education and OER activities at Austrian universities. We present the results of our research on existing OER certification procedures from the German and English-speaking world. We started by searching in the OER World Map and there listed OER policies of universities worldwide and then tried to find examples for existing OER certification for people and organisations. There are several examples for certifications of persons such as in MOOCs on OER, university training on OER or the Creative Commons certification itself. We found only a few references of (partly) OER certificates for organisations. The publication then describes ambitions towards openness of the OER movement regarding possible certification procedures, namely open development, open content, open assessment and open certificates.

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

Reference: Schön, S., Ebner, M., Berger, E., Brandhofer, G., Gröblinger, O., Jadin, T., Kopp, M., Steinbacher, H.-P. and Zwiauer, C., 2021. OER Certification of Individuals and Organisations in Higher Education: Implementations Worldwide. Open Praxis, 13(3), pp.264–278. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5944/openpraxis.13.3.265

[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 17 / No. 5 #ijet #research

Issue 17(5) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • The Effects of Online Role-play Teaching Practice on Learners’ Availability for Resources
  • Smart Model for Classification and Orientation of Learners in a MOOC
  • Design of a Smart MOOC Trust Model: Towards a Dynamic Peer Recommendation to Foster Collaboration and Learner’s Engagement
  • A Quasi-Experimental Evaluation of Teaching Software Testing in Software Quality Assurance Subject during a Post-Graduate Computer Science Course
  • Roman Palace: A Videogame for Foreign-Language Vocabulary Retention
  • Synthesis of Problem-Based Interactive Digital Storytelling Learning Model Under Gamification Environment Promotes Students’ Problem-Solving Skills
  • Analysis and Prediction of the Trend Features for Teaching Development Based on Knowledge Discovery
  • Analysis on College Students’ Extracurricular Learning Interests Based on Their Book Borrowing Behaviours
  • Educational Data Mining for Student Performance Prediction: A Systematic Literature Review (2015-2021)
  • Technocreativity, Social Networks and Entrepreneurship: Diagnostics of Skills in University Students
  • Evaluation of the Information-based Teaching Design Abilities of Educators in Blended Teaching
  • ICT Self-Efficacy and ICT Interest Mediate the Gender Differences in Digital Reading: A Multilevel Serial Mediation Analysis
  • Influence of Learning Engagement on Learning Effect under a Virtual Reality (VR) Environment
  • Using Semantic Patterns in Web Search and Assessment of Professionally Oriented Texts in a Foreign Language for Training Students in Higher Education Institutions of Mineral Resource Profile
  • Generation and Optimization of Teaching Decision Generation Under a Smart Teaching Environment
  • Perceived Efficacy of Google Classroom Usage in Varied English Courses
  • Effectiveness of Augmented Reality-Based Learning Media for Engineering-Physics Teaching

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[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 17 / No. 4 #ijet #research

Issue 17(4) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • Construction of A Mobile Learning Environment Based on Complex Network
  • Big Data-Assisted Recommendation of Personalized Learning Resources and Teaching Decision Support
  • Features of Group Online Learning Behaviours Based on Data Mining
  • A Collaborative Education Mechanism for College Students‘ Physical and Mental Health Education and Safety Education Under Complex Background
  • Influences of Environmental Perception on Individual Cognitive Engagement in Online Learning: The Mediating Effect of Self-Efficacy
  • University Students’ Perceptions on the Use of Google Translate: Problems and Solutions
  • An Intelligent Digital Learning Platform to Enhance Digital Health Literacy
  • Online Learning for Mass Audiences during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Key Considerations for Real Time Knowledge Transfer
  • Student Evaluation of Online Teaching Quality, Their Own Engagement and Success Expectancy in the Future Profession
  • A Social Profile Ontology to Enhance Learner Experience in MOOCs
  • How Communion and Agentic Beliefs Predict Technology-Supported Formal and Informal Learning
  • A Gesture-Based Educational System that Integrates Simulation and Molecular Visualization to Teach Chemistry
  • Preservice Teachers’ Evolving View of the Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Online Learning
  • Teaching German as a Foreign Language with Open Educational Resources (OER)
  • The Technology Attractiveness and Its Impact on MOOC Continuance Intention
  • Distance Education: An Investigation of Tutors’ Electronic Feedback Practices during Coronavirus Pandemic

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[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 17 / No. 3 #ijet #research

Issue 17(3) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • A Diagnosis Model for College Teachers‘ Teaching Ability Based on Big Data and its Evaluation
  • A Student Grouping Method for Massive Online Collaborative Learning
  • Recommendation of Online Learning Resources for Personalized Fragmented Learning Based on Mobile Devices
  • Design of an E-Learning Resource Allocation Model from the Perspective of Educational Equity
  • Teaching Reform and Practice Using the Concept of Outcome-Based Education
  • Pre-Service and In-Service Teachers’ Views on Gamification
  • Gamification Strategy to Support Self-Directed Learning in an Online Learning Environment
  • Nurturing Secondary School Student Computational Thinking Through Educational Robotics
  • Instructor Attribute and Feedback to Empower Mature Learners in ODL Education
  • Student’s Digital Literacy Based on Students’ Interest in Digital Technology, Internet Costs, Gender, and Learning Outcomes
  • A Comparative Study of Gamified and Conventional Online Quizzes
  • Using the Learning Management System „Modular Object-Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment“ in Multilingual Education
  • Inconsistency in Information Resources of Modern Education
  • Institutionalizing Technologies in South African Universities towards the Fourth Industrial Revolution
  • Impact of Using Flipped Classroom Strategy in Developing the Mathematical Thinking of Pre-Service Teachers in Open Education Systems in Jordan
  • Online Learning and COVID-19 in Higher Education: The Value of IT Models in Assessing Students’ Satisfaction
  • Factors Affecting the Deployment of Learning Analytics in Developing Countries: Case of Egypt
  • Infrastructure Capacity Planning in Digitalization of Educational Services

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[publication] Distance Learning an steirischen Mittelschulen in Zeiten der COVID-19-Pandemie #covid19 #schule

Helene schrieb ihre Masterarbeit über die Bewältigung der COVID-19-Pandemie an steirische Mittelschulen speziell im Sommersemester 2020. Die wesentlichen Ergebnisse wurden nun zusammengefasst und stehen in einer Publikation nun zu Verfügung:

Zusammenfassung:
Die COVID-19-Krise führte im März 2020 zur Schließung des gesamten österreichischen Schulbetriebs, was zur Folge hatte, dass Präsenzunterricht durch Distance Learning ersetzt werden musste. Der Beitrag stellt die Ergebnisse einer Master-Thesis vor, die das Ziel verfolgte, die technische und organisatorische Umsetzung von Distance Learning während der COVID-19-Krise an den steirischen Mittelschulen im Sommersemester 2019/20 zu untersuchen. An der schriftlichen Befragung nahmen 69 steirische Mittelschulleitungen teil. Der Beitrag beschreibt die schulischen Anordnungen, die Implementierung der Schulinitiativen und das Arrangement der Tools für Lern- und Lehrszenarien. Die Ergebnisse der Befragung zeigen, dass mehr als die Hälfte der steirischen Mittelschulen im Beobachtungszeitraum im Distance Learning keinem extra dafür erstellten Konzept für dessen Durchführung folgten. Videokonferenzen wurden von vielen Schulleitungen angeordnet und E-Mails stellten das beliebteste Kommunikationsmittel dar. Online Lern- und Arbeitsplattformen wurden vermehrt eingesetzt, aber auch auf das Bereitstellen gedruckter Lernmaterialien wurde großer Wert gelegt.

[Artikel @ ResearchGate]
[Artikel @ Journal’s Homepage]

Referenz: Weber, H., Schön, S., Ebner, M. (2021) Distance Learning an steirischen Mittelschulen in Zeiten der COVID-19-Pandemie. In: Online Journal for Research & Education, 16(2021), pp. 1-15 https://doi.org/10.53349/resource.2021.i16.a988

[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 16 / No. 24 #ijet #research

Issue 16(24) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • New Technologies in Educational Solutions in the Field of STEM: The Use of Online Communication Services to Manage Teamwork in Project-Based Learning Activities
  • Increasing the Prediction Power of Moodle Machine Learning Models with Self-defined Indicators
  • Deep Learning Technology Based on Intelligent Teaching in Social Psychology Courses
  • Teachers‘ Perspective on Personal Learning Environments via Learning Management Systems Platform
  • Challenges in Emergency Remote Teaching Among Malaysian Public Elementary School Teachers
  • BASAER Team: The First Arabic Robot Team for Building the Capacities of Visually Impaired Students to Build and Program Robots
  • Design and Implementation of an Intelligent Online English Learning System Based on Mobile Internet Technology
  • Application of the Theory of Brainstorming in Visual Teaching of Music
  • A Scenario of the Formative E-assessment Based on the ARCS Model: What Is the Impact on Student Motivation in Educational Context?
  • Developments and Emerging Trends of Blended Learning: A Document Co-citation Analysis (2003–2020)
  • Internship Effect Prediction for Physical Education Majors Based on Artificial Neural Network
  • Use of the Key Performance Index Evaluation Model for a Comparative Analysis of the Professional Teaching Quality of Economic Management
  • Wikis as a Tool for Co-constructed Learning in Higher Education – An Exploratory Study in an Albanian Higher Education
  • Modeling of Pedagogical Patterns in an E-learning System
  • Students Engagement and Development of Generic Skills in Gamified Hybrid Service-Learning Course
  • Teachers’ Roles in Online Environments: How AI Based Techniques Can Ease the Shift Challenges from Face-to-Face to Distance Learning
  • A Hybrid Machine Learning Framework for Predicting Students’ Performance in Virtual Learning Environment
  • Promoting Students‘ Soft Skills in a Telecommunication Engineering Course with an Elevator Pitch Activity

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[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 16 / No. 23 #ijet #research

Issue 16(23) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • The Benefits of Learning Analytics to Higher Education Institutions: A Scoping Review
  • Online Reciprocal Peer Tutoring Approach in Facebook: Measuring Students‘ Critical Thinking
  • The Use of Video Project Assignment (VPA) To Enhance Students’ Achievement in Communicative English Subject
  • Exploring Student Emotional Engagement in Extreme E-service Learning
  • Students’ Performance and Perceptions Towards Authentic Learning Environment Based on Visual Thinking Continuum
  • Evaluating the Practice of ICT-Based E-Leadership: The Experiences of Private-Based Secondary Teachers
  • Learning Motivations and Learning Behaviors of Sports Majors Based on Big Data
  • Comparative Analysis of the Effect of Immersive English Teaching
  • A Blended Collaborative Teaching Mode in Language Learning Based on Recommendation Algorithm
  • Evaluation of Virtual Reality Technology and Online Teaching System for Medical Students in Ukraine During COVID-19 Pandemic
  • Tracking Student Performance Tool for Predicting Students EBPP in Online Courses
  • Teaching Quality Assessment of College English Department Based on Factor Analysis
  • Longitudinal Learning Outcomes from Engineering-Specific Adaptions of Hybrid Online Undergraduate Instruction
  • Industry-University-Research Interaction Model for Teaching Quality Evaluation of Economic Management Courses
  • A Bayesian CNN-LSTM Model for Sentiment Analysis in Massive Open Online Courses MOOCs
  • Influencing Factors of Students’ Smartphones Use for Academic Purposes: A Developing Country’s Perspective

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[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 16 / No. 22 #ijet #research

Issue 16(21) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • Defining Microgames in Education Context
  • The Qualifications and Views of Instructors in the Distance Education System
  • Influencing Factors of College Students’ Willingness to Use Mobile Online Education Platforms
  • Yes! I Want My Non-Cognitive Skills to Be Improved: Perceptions on an ICT-Enabled Learning Journey
  • Design and Realization of a Fuzzy Comprehensive Evaluation System for Music Teaching in Higher Education
  • Effect Evaluation and Influencing Factors of E-Learning Training in Colleges
  • The Acceptance of M-Heutagogical Practice in Higher Education: A Systematic Literature Review
  • Relationship Between the Cultivation and Incentive Mechanism of Senior Educational Talents
  • Analysis of the MOOC Capabilities for Student Training in the Humanities
  • Evaluation of English Teaching Effect Based on the Theory of Multiple Intelligences
  • Digital Solutions to the Problems of Chinese Students in St. Petersburg Multilingual Space
  • Implementation of Interactive Conceptual Instruction (ICI) Learning Model Assisted by Computer Simulation: Impact of Students’ Conceptual Changes on Force and Vibration
  • The Applicability of Augmented Reality Technologies for Evaluating Learning Activities
  • Organization of Project Work with the Help of Digital Technologies in Teaching Russian as a Foreign Language at the Initial Stage
  • Innovative Cardio Educational Software System in Support of Medical Education

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[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 16 / No. 21 #ijet #research

Issue 16(21) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • A Proposed Architecture of an Intelligent System for Assessing the Student’s UML Class Diagram
  • From the Music Learning Process to its Effective Design
  • Object-Based Trace Model for Automatic Indicator Computation in the Human Learning Environments
  • Automatic Recommendation System of College English Teaching Videos Based on Students’ Personalized Demands
  • Students’ Perceptions of Online Lecture Delivery Modes: Higher Education During Covid-19 Pandemic and Beyond
  • An Empirical Study on the Effect and Quality of Situational English Teaching
  • Evaluation Criteria for Quality Education of Physical Education Lessons Based on Logical Analysis
  • The Student-centered STEM Learning Model Based on Artificial Intelligence Project: A Case Study on Intelligent Car
  • Remote Academic Platforms in Times of a Pandemic
  • Digital Technologies for Heritage Teaching: Trend Analysis in New Realities
  • Application of Project-Driven Teaching in College English Class
  • Development Strategies for Higher Education Institutions Based on the Cultivation of Core Competitiveness
  • E-Learning Recommendation System for Big Data Based on Cloud Computing
  • Online Education and Engineering Students‘ Perception of Pedagogical Quality, in Learning the Process Control Course with MATLAB
  • Ideals and Virtual Realities
  • Development of a Set of Requirements for the Hardware and Software of LMS Services of the University
  • Modification of the Role of a Teacher Under the Conditions of Distance Learning

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