[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 18 / No.02 #ijet #research

Issue 18(02) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • Toward Smart and Immersive Classroom based on AI, VR, and 6G
  • Using MOOC to Learn the Python Programming Language
  • Is Learning Analytics the Future of Online Education?
  • A MOOC-Based Hybrid Teaching Model of College English
  • Design of an Online Sharing System for Ancient Literature Based on Mobile Technology
  • Effects of ATDE Teaching Mode during Online Teaching on Creative Thinking Ability of Learners
  • Immersive English Online Teaching Model Using Original Film as Teaching Resources
  • Virtual Site Visits: Student Perception and Preferences Towards Technology Enabled Experiential Learning
  • A Behavior Sequence Based Psychological Feature Extraction Model for Students in English Teaching
  • What Matters the Most?
  • Structural Feature Analysis and Spatial Modeling of Knowledge System Based on Interdisciplinary Integration
  • An Application Study of the UTAUT Methodology for the Flipped Classroom Model Adoption by Applied Sciences and Technology Teachers
  • Experience with Online Learning of Mathematics in Primary Education
  • Information Dissemination Prediction of College Students’ Learning Requirements Based on Mobile Social Network
  • Measurement of Coupling Coordination Between Vocational Happiness and Affective Education Ability of Young Teachers
  • Scale Evolution of Higher Vocational Education and Measurement of Education Opportunity Difference Based on the Expansion Effect
  • Software Development for Comprehensive Assessment of English Online Teaching Quality in Universities Based on Data Mining

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[publication] OER Impact Assessment: A framework for higher education institutions and beyond. Approaches to assess the impact of Open Educational Resources #OER #research #OEAA

Our publication about „OER Impact Assessment: A framework for higher education institutions and beyond. Approaches to assess the impact of Open Educational Resources“ got published.

Abstract:
The purpose of this paper is to provide an overview of approaches to and insights for impact assessment on open educational resources (OER) in higher education and building on this to sketch a framework for university focussed OER impact assessment. The authors describe the literature on impact assessment in the OER context and the existing contributions to OER impact assessment in higher education. Findings of the analysis are that there are few contributions on the effects of OER in general or of specific OER initiatives. Four contributions are presented in more detail. From these examples and the literature analysis, derivations, and challenges for OER impact assessment are drawn, such as the large diversity in OER purposes and the invisibility of the re-usage of OER. The contribution sketches a framework model for describing OER-relevant results, outcomes, and impact, and more specifically demonstrates how this can be done for exemplary OER-related objectives. This contribution is thus of relevance to funding bodies and institutions working in the context of higher education that wish to systematically evaluate and monitor statements about the effectiveness of OER activities according to the UNESCO (2019) OER recommendation.

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Reference: Ebner, Martin, Orr, Dominic and Schön, Sandra. „OER Impact Assessment: A framework for higher education institutions and beyond. Approaches to assess the impact of Open Educational Resources“ Open Education Studies, vol. 4, no. 1, 2022, pp. 296-309. https://doi.org/10.1515/edu-2022-0018

[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 18 / No.01 #ijet #research

Issue 18(01) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • Predictable Factors that Help Students Engage in Online EFL Classroom and their Relationship to Self-Management
  • The Importance of Using the Internet of Things in Education
  • A New Resource Recommendation Method for Experiential Leaching Based on the Completion Degree of Online Learning Tasks
  • The Effect of a Proposed Strategy according to the Design Thinking Model in Mathematics Achievement and Personal Intelligence among Students of Sixth-Class Scientific
  • The Implementation of Online Learning in Conventional Higher Education Institutions During the Spread of COVID-19: A Comparative Study
  • An Analysis of Emotional Responses of Students in Bilingual Classes and Adjustment Strategies
  • Development of the Hands-free AI Speaker System Supporting Hands-on Science Laboratory Class
  • Enhancement the Educational Technology by Using 5G Networks
  • Influences of Problem-Based Online Learning on the Learning Outcomes of Learners
  • EEG Spectral Feature Markers as an Indicator of Human Cognitive Process
  • Enhancement of Online Education in Engineering College Based on Mobile Wireless Communication Networks and IOT
  • A Career Recommendation Method for College Students Based on Occupational Values
  • Prediction of Students Performance Level Using Integrated Approach of ML Algorithms
  • The Degree of Practicing Creative Thinking Skills by Basic School Teachers in Emirate of Sharjah from their Point of View
  • An Analysis of the Categories and Structures of Expertise for Students’ Cognitive States
  • Conceptual Statistical Assessment Using JSXGraph
  • Analysis of STACK Answer Data Using Pen-Stroke Data from a Calculation Notebook and Item Response Theory

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[publication] Using learning analytics to improve the educational design of MOOCs #MOOC #imoox

Our article about „Using learning analytics to improve the educational design of MOOCs“ got published now in the International Journal of Education and Learning.

Abstract:
In recent years, the interest in Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) and Learning Analytics research have highly increased in the areas of educational technologies. The emergence of new learning technologies requires new perspectives on Educational Design. When the areas of MOOCs, Learning Analytics and Instructional Design developed, the interest and connection between these three concepts became important for research. Learning Analytics provides progress information and other individualized support in MOOC settings where teachers are not able to provide learners with individual attention, which would be possible in a traditional face-to-face setting. Through collective views over the learning process, the overall progress and performance are indicated. Moreover, results can lead to Educational Design improvements. Every time a learner interacts with the system, data is created and collected. Many Educational Designers do not take advantage of this data and thereby, losing the possibility to impact the course design in a powerful way. This research work strongly focuses on the implication of Learning Analytics for Educational Design in MOOCs. Many methods and algorithms are used in the analytical learning process in MOOCs. Currently, a great variety of learning data exists. First, well-known Instructional Design patterns from different models were collected and listed. In a second step, through the collected data is used to point out which of these patterns can be answered by using Learning Analytics methods. The findings of the study show that it is possible to better understand which environments and experiences are best suited for learning by analyzing students‘ behaviors online. These results have great potential for a rapidly and easier understanding and optimization of the learning process for educators.

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Reference: Khalil, H., Ebner, M., & Leitner, P. (2022). Using learning analytics to improve the educational design of MOOCs. International Journal of Education and Learning, 4(2), 100-108. doi:https://doi.org/10.31763/ijele.v4i2.641

[publication] Math Trainer as a Chatbot Via System (Push) Messages for Android #education #TechnologyEnhancedLearning

Our research titled „Math Trainer as a Chatbot Via System (Push) Messages for Android“ got published in the newest issue of the International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies.

Abstract:
In the recent years, as technology grew, so did the chatbot technology. More and more companies and people are using and reaping the benefits from them. This paper shows how a chatbot for mathematical tasks, named mathbot, was developed. The chatbot uses mathematical exercises from the “Schulapps” of the LearningLab of Graz, University of Technology and combines them with textual questions to provide a useful utility for practicing. It is shown that such a chatbot could be useful for pupils and teachers by evaluating a test run in an elementary school.

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Reference: Kabiljagić, M., Wachtler, J., Ebner, M., & Ebner, M. (2022). Math Trainer as a Chatbot Via System (Push) Messages for Android. International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies (iJIM), 16(17), pp. 75–87. https://doi.org/10.3991/ijim.v16i17.33351

[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 17 / No.23 #ijet #research

Issue 17(23) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • A Technology-Enhanced ‘Assessment System for Teaching and Assessment using a Computer Algebra Kernel’ (STACK)
  • How to STACKrate
  • Meclib: Dynamic and Interactive Figures in STACK Questions Made Easy
  • Computer Adaptive Practice for a Foundation Mathematics Course
  • A Theory-Based Approach of Feedback in STACK-Based Moodle Quizzes Taking into Account Self-Regulation and Different Proficiency of Learners
  • Question Answering in STACK Applying String Similarity
  • Delivery of Integral Calculus at Maseno University: Is STACK Really Playing an Integral Part?
  • Rejuvenating the HELM Workbooks as Online STACK Quizzes in 2020
  • Online Tests and Predictive Analytics
  • Updating STACK Potential Response Trees Based on Separated Concerns
  • Evaluating Engagement and Learning Based on a Student Categorization using STACK, Exam Data, Key Informant Interviews, and Focus Group Discussions
  • Inside the “Sandbox”
  • Clustering Analysis of the Evaluation Data on Students’ Learning under a Blended Environment
  • Analysis of the Correlation between the Mental Stress of College Students and Their Learning Initiative during the Outbreak of COVID-19
  • A Dynamic Learning Interest Model for a Personalized Learning Requirement Analysis of College Students
  • Quality Evaluation of Order-Based Talent Training in Internationalized Enterprises Based on Machine Learning
  • Effect of “Internet+” 5G Information Technology on Blended Teaching: A Test Based on Counterfactual Method

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[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 17 / No.22 #ijet #research

Issue 17(22) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • Automated Reading Detection in an Online Exam
  • Gamification for the Acquisition of Leadership Skills and Formation of Efficient Work Teams: An Interactive Workshop Based on an Analysis of the Film “The Seven Samurai”
  • Impact of the Flipped Classroom on the Motivation of Undergraduate Students of the Higher Institute of Nursing Professions and Health Techniques of Fez-Morocco
  • How do Students Perceive Artificial Intelligence in YouTube Educational Videos Selection? A Case Study of Al Ain City
  • Construction of Combined Teaching Evaluation System Based on STATA Analysis
  • On the Role of Social Media in Spanish Language Learning in Indian Context
  • Machine Learning-Based Evaluation of Information Literacy Enhancement among College Teachers
  • Analysis of Students’ Cognitive Presence and Perception in a Custom-Designed Virtual Problem Based Learning Assignment
  • The Attention of Students in Online Education
  • Online Course Learning Resource Recommendation Based on Difficulty Matching
  • Construction and Adjustment Methods for Teacher-Student Relationship in College Student Management Based on Big Data Analysis
  • Developing and Validating an Instrument to Measure Students’ Perceptions of the use of ICTs and Educational Technologies in Times of the COVID-19 Pandemic
  • Influence of the Affordance of Online Learning Platform Technology on the Entrepreneurial Behaviors of Students in Engineering and Technology Universities
  • Need Analysis for Higher Educational Institutions for using Virtual Reality-TESLA Project
  • Learning Cultural Spaces: A Collaborative Creation of a Virtual Art Museum Using Roblox
  • A Web-Based Recommendation System for Higher Education: SIDDATA

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[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 17 / No.21 #ijet #research

Issue 17(21) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • Influences of Education App-Assisted Teaching Technology on Learning Efficacy of Learners
  • Hybrid Authentication Combining Student Behavior and Knowledge for E-Evaluation Transparency and Equity Over E-Learning Platform
  • Learning Game with Stroke Paralysis Rehabilitation for Virtual Reality
  • A Study on Data-Driven Teaching Decision Optimization of Distance Education Platforms
  • Remote Education Trajectories for Learners with Special Needs During the Covid-19 Outbreak
  • Hierarchical Learning Management System for the Insurance Industry
  • The Mechanism of Teacher Influence on the Learning Engagement of Students
  • Improving Academic Writing with a Method for Text Revision Supported by Text Mining
  • Virtual Tours as Emerging Technologies to Engage Children and Youth with their Country’s Historical Conflicts
  • Method for Designing Accessible Web Content in The Web Space of “Paisii Hilenarski” Plovdiv University
  • Social Experience Guidance for College Students’ Entrepreneurship in the Social Network
  • Pedagogical Potential of Online Dictionaries in Metaphor and Idiom Language Instruction
  • Remote Laboratory as an Educational Tool in Robotics Experimental Course
  • Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Hybrid Learning Activities Based on a Learning Community Network
  • Virtual Versus Physical Code-Switching in English Language Classrooms
  • The Construction and Implementation of Wireless Network Online Learning System Based on Edge Computing
  • A Model for Scripting and Designing a Digital Textbook

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[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 17 / No.19 #ijet #research

Issue 17(19) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • Exploring Students’ Engagement of Using Mediating Tools in E-Learning
  • A Software Suite for Self-Paced Learning
  • The Effect of Augmented Reality Technology on the Performance of University Students
  • The Influence Mechanism of Virtual Experiment Teaching on the Behavioural Intention of Distance Learners
  • Predicting At-Risk Students Using Weekly Activities and Assessments
  • Investigation of Mobile Learning Readiness of Students According to Tablet Usage
  • An Application of a Gamified Approach to Learning of Knowledge Management: Evaluation of an Experience Report
  • Construction and Coordination Mechanism of College Students’ Employment and Labor Relations in the Internet+ Environment
  • Alignment of Higher Education Study Programs and Job Market Demand using Machine Learning Techniques – A Case Study on Balkan Countries’ Universities
  • Evaluation of High School Students’ New Trends in Education: Internet of Things
  • Path Planning for the Fragmented Learning of College Students Based on Artificial Intelligence
  • Video-Mediated Interpreting
  • Creating Integration Situations of Students’ Computer Lesson and Learning with Gamification
  • Higher Education Transformation for Artificial Intelligence Revolution: Transformation Framework
  • Analysis on the Regional Spatial Distribution of Employment of College Students and Evaluation of Employment Quality
  • A Didactic Study of an Algorithmic and Programming MOOC: Learning Strategies Adopted by Students and their Difficulties
  • University Students’ Attitudes towards the Application of Quizizz in Learning English as a Foreign Language
  • The Correlation Between College Students’ Interpersonal Skills and Their Entrepreneurial Performance

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[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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