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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[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 15 / No. 22 #ijet #research

Issue 15(22) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • A Conceptual Engagement Framework for Gamified E-Learning Platform Activities
  • Online Cooperative Teaching Mode Based on Self-Direction Theory in Method of Sport Science Research
  • How Do Students Behave When Using A Tutoring System? Employing Data Mining to Identify Behavioral Patterns Associated to The Learning of Mathematics
  • System of Logical Structures in Natural Science-Oriented Curriculum and its Effect on Teaching
  • Adoption of MOOCs by Emerging Countries Seeking Solutions to University Overcrowding: Literature Review and Feedback from the First Scientific MOOC Held by Sidi Mohammed Ben Abdullah University – Fez, Morocco
  • The Cultivation of Critical Thinking Ability in Academic Reading Based on Questionnaires and Interviews
  • The Role of Social Networks in the Educational Process
  • Factors Influencing the Improvement of Students’ Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving Skill: An Industrial Training Intervention
  • Artificial Intelligence-Based Strategies for Improving the Teaching Effect of Art Major Courses in Colleges
  • Prototype Digital Signage System for Learning Material Delivery Focusing on Student Friendship
  • Multi-Attribute Fuzzy Evaluation of the Teaching Quality of Dancesport Major
  • Problem-Based Learning for an Electrical Machines Course
  • Teacher Perceptions of the Effectiveness of Using Handheld Devices in Saudi EFL Classroom Practices
  • Effects of Mobile Augmented Reality and Self-Regulated Learning on Students’ Concept Understanding
  • Students Impression About Using Mobile Phones in Classroom
  • Effect of Curriculum-Based Video Games on Students’ Performance: An Experimental Study
  • The Perceived Usefulness of Digital Simulators in the Acquisition of Professional Competencies by Undergraduate Nursing Students
  • Virtual World as a Complement to Hybrid and Mobile Learningn

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[publication] Digitales Lernen – kann Lernen digital sein? #tugraz #essay #digitalesLernen #covid19

Das IJAB-Journal hat mich angefragt um einen Kurzbeitrag rund um die Situation des digitale Lernen gerade in der CoVid19-Situation. Herausgekommen ist dieser kurze Artikel.

Gerade in diesen Tagen der COVID-19-Krise erfahren Schüler/-innen und Studierende aber auch Lehrkräfte eine Digitalisierung der Lehre in unvorhersehbarem Ausmaße. Mehr oder weniger über Nacht wurden Bildungseinrichtungen gezwungen die analoge, traditionelle Präsenzlehre einzustellen und auf „digitale Formate“ umzusteigen. Was für die formale Bildung gilt, gilt in diesem Fall auch für die non-formale Bildung sowie für Fort- und Weiterbildungen von Fachkräften der Jugendarbeit. Gelingen kann der digitale Umstieg nur mit einer Herangehensweise, die digitale und analoge Komponenten einbezieht.

Abstract Artikel

[Link Preprint @ ResearchGate]

Zitation: Ebner, M. (2020) Digitales Lernen – kann Lernen digital sein?. In: IJAB Journal. Jg. 14. 1/2020. S. 12-13.

[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 15 / No. 21 #ijet #research

Issue 15(21) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • Construction of a Software Development Model for Managing Final Year Projects in Information Technology Programmes
  • Assessment-for-Learning Teaching Mode Based on Interactive Teaching Approach in College English
  • Systematic Review of Enjoyment Element in Health-Related Game-Based Learning
  • State of Art of Data Mining and Learning Analytics Tools in Higher Education
  • An Inquiry into Students‘ Metacognition and Learning Achievement in a Blended Learning Design
  • The Research Patterns of Creativity and Innovation: The Period of 2010-2019
  • An Empirical Study on Reading Aloud and Learning English by the Use of the Reading Assistant SRS
  • Students and the Risk of Virtual Relationships in Social Media: Improving Learning Environments
  • Enhance Students’ Motivation to Learn Programming Through Projects
  • Blended Learning Environments in Inclusive Education at the University
  • The 8 Pillars of Metacognition
  • Students’ Perceptions of a Learning Support Initiative for b-MOOCs
  • The Intention to Study Using Zoom During the SARS-CoV-2 Pandemic
  • Design and Implementation of an Online Python Teaching Case Library for the Training of Application-Oriented Talents
  • Design of a Media Resource Management System for Colleges Based on Cloud Service
  • Students Satisfaction with Online Learning Experiences during the COVID-19 Pandemic
  • Students‘ Project Competency within the Framework of STEM Education
  • Game Based Learning: Design a Multimedia with DDD-E Model for Mathematics Education

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[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 15 / No. 20 #ijet #research

Issue 15(20) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • Intelligent Chatbot-LDA Recommender System
  • The Interactive Role Using the Mozabook Digital Education Application and its Effect on Enhancing the Performance of eLearning
  • Doublets in Legal Discourse: Data-Driven Insights for Enhancing the Phraseological Competence of EFL Law Students
  • The Use of Virtual Reality in Geo-Education
  • Production Analysis and Scientific Mapping on Active Methodologies in Web of Science
  • Influence of Teacher-Student Matching on Knowledge Innovation of Graduate Students
  • Using Learning Analytics to Predict Students Performance in Moodle LMS
  • Using Digital Games for Enhancing EFL Grammar and Vocabulary in Higher Education
  • Individualized New Teaching Mode for Sports Biomechanics based on Big Data
  • Building Empathy: Exploring Digital Native Characteristic to Create Learning Instruction for Learning Computer Graphic Design
  • Prediction Model of Student Achievement in Business Computer Disciplines
  • Analysis of Online Teaching Mode and Effect of Computer Network under Large-Scale Users
  • Adapting Competitiveness and Gamification to a Digital Platform for Foreign Language Learning
  • Effects of Cooperative Learning with Dynamic Mathematics Software (DMS) on Learning Inversely Proportional Functions
  • The Implementation of Career and Educational Guidance System (CEGS) as a Cloud Service
  • Comprehensive Evaluation and Analysis of Teaching and Research Performance of Art Majors
  • The Impact of Lecture and Interactive Methods on Student’s English Competency
  • Using the Roblox Video Game Engine for Creating Virtual tours and Learning about the Sculptural Heritage
  • Innovation and Use of New Teaching Technologies in Undergraduate Learning and Empowerment for the Labour Market

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[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 15 / No. 19 #ijet #research

Issue 15(19) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • DiagrammER: A Web Application to Support the Teaching-Learning Process of Database Courses Through the Creation of E-R Diagrams
  • Quality Standards in Online Education: The ISO/IEC 40180 Framework
  • Digital Teaching Competence and Space Competence with TPACK in Social Sciences
  • Application of Computer in Online Teaching of Professional Courses
  • Autonomous Learning Mode based on a Four-Element Teaching Design for Visual Communication Course
  • The Effect of Problem-Based Hybrid Learning (PBHL) Models on Spatial Thinking Ability and Geography Learning Outcomes
  • Design and Development of an e-Learning Project Management System: Modelling and Prototyping
  • Comprehensive Evaluation of Music Course Teaching Level Based on Improved Multi-attribute Fuzzy Evaluation Model
  • Exploring Students’ Knowledge and Practice of Digital Citizenship in Higher Education
  • Factors Affecting Mathematics Achievement In Central Asian Specialized Universities
  • Utilisation Status and User Satisfaction of Online Education Platforms
  • Interpreting the Cultural and Academic Experiences of PhD Students from the Indian Sub-Continent and the Chinese Regions in Australian Universities
  • Students’ Perceptions and Information-Sharing Patterns in Learning Authoring System Course through Blogging
  • Attitude to ICT and Self-Evaluation of Fluency in Using New Digital Devices, Websites and Software among Pre-Service Teachers
  • Socio-Economic Profiling of Students and its Impact on Learning Outcomes
  • Virtual Reality and Serious Games Using in Distance Learning in Medicine in Bulgaria
  • Best Practices in Running IT Hackathons Based on Paragon University Dataset
  • Impersonation Attack-Defense Tree
  • Serious Game Design: Presenting a New Generic Creative Reflection Framework

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

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

Table of Contents:

  • Develop Academic Question Recommender Based on Bayesian Network for Personalizing Student’s Practice
  • A study of Grammar Analysis in English Teaching With Deep Learning Algorithm
  • Real Classes Vs Online Classes: A Comparative Study on the Chosen Course of HRM Students of Gulf University, Kingdom of Bahrain
  • Printed Textbooks Versus Electronic Textbooks: A Study on the Preference of Students of Gulf University in Kingdom of Bahrain
  • The Benefits of Implementation of an Instructional Strategy Model Based on the Brain’s Natural Learning Systems in Inclusive Classrooms in Higher Education
  • IT Governance Impact on Academic Performance Development
  • Postsecondary Instructors’ Perspectives on Teaching English as a Foreign Language by Means of a Multimodal Digital Literacy Approach
  • CDIO Approach in Developing Teacher Training Program to Meet Requirement of the Industrial Revolution 4.0 in Vietnam
  • Evaluation Model and Enhancement Strategies for Teaching Reform Capacity of Art Courses in Higher Vocational Colleges
  • Features and Inspirations of Performance Framework for Regional Universities in Australia
  • A Talent Cultivation Model for Improving the Innovation Ability of College Students in Scientific Research
  • Factors Influencing Students‘ Intention to Use E-learning System: A Case Study Conducted in Vietnam
  • Teamwork Distribution: Local vs. Global Software Engineering Project Development Teamwork
  • Assessing Argumentative Writing Skills in Online Environments among Arabic Language Teachers of Grades 5 to 7 in UAE Schools
  • School + Family Community Learning Model of PE Course under COVID-19 Epidemic Situation
  • Does a Distributed Practice Strategy for Multiple Choice Questions Help Novices Learn Programming?
  • Online Learning as a Panacea? An Empirical Study to Discuss Problem-Based Cooperative Learning in Taiwan
  • Effects of a Blood Transfusion Course Using a Blended Learning Approach on the Acquisition of Clinical Reasoning Skills among Nursing Students in Morocco
  • The Use of Educational Software in Teaching Physics in the Moroccan Context

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[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 15 / No. 17 #ijet #research

Issue 15(17) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • SPOC-based Flipped Learning Model Applied in Interpreting Teaching
  • Enhancing Classification Skills Using i-Bird Apps in Zoology Vertebrata Course
  • Big Data Application and its Impact on Education
  • Trends in MOOCs Research: Analysis of Educational Technology Journals
  • Gamification in Corporate Training to Enhance Engagement: An Approach
  • The Effect of English Vocabulary Learning with Digital Games and its Influencing Factors based on the Meta- Analysis of 2,160 Test Samples
  • Key Success Factors of e-Learning Implementation in Higher Education
  • Data Visualisation Literacy in Higher Education: An Exploratory Study of Understanding of a Learning Dashboard Tool
  • The Impact of Flipped Project-Based Learning on Self-Regulation in Higher Education
  • The Formation of Intercultural Communicative Competence of Future Teachers in a Trilingual Educational Environment
  • Assessing the Intensity of the Usability of the Course Content within the Virtual Learning Environment
  • An Evaluation Model for the Cultivation and Improvement of the Innovation Ability of College Students
  • A Practical Teaching Mode for Colleges Supported by Artificial Intelligence
  • Analysis on Management of Job Burnout of Counselors in Chinese Colleges Based on Game Theory
  • Communication Skills and Reflection Practice in Smart English Teaching and Learning Environment: A Case Study
  • Proposal for a New Tool to Evaluate a Serious Game
  • Schema Interaction Visual Teaching Based on Smart Classroom Environment in Art Course
  • Using Augmented Reality (AR) for Enhancing Chinese Vocabulary Learning

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[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 15 / No. 16 #ijet #research

Issue 15(16) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • Enhancing Learners’ Academic Performances Using Student Centered Approaches
  • The Development and Application of Interactive Multimedia in Project-Based Learning to Enhance Students‘ Achievement for 2D Animation Making
  • Factors Affecting Behavioral Intentions towards Cloud Computing in the Workplace: A Case Analysis for Jordanian Universities
  • Assessment of Financial Literacy Formation Methods in Mathematics Education: Financial Computation
  • The Use of Electronic Educational Resources and Innovative Educational Technologies in University Education
  • O2O Iterative Project-based Teaching Model for Literature Course
  • Development of E-learning Module for ICT Skills of Marginalized Women and Girls for ICT4D
  • Augmented Reality for Learning Mathematics: A Systematic Literature Review
  • Learning Algebra using Augmented Reality: A Preliminary Investigation on the Application of Photomath for Lower Secondary Education
  • Training Strategies for Practical Ability of College Students Majoring in Computer-Aided Design
  • Evaluation of Online Teaching Quality of Basic Education Based on Artificial Intelligence
  • Personality Classification Experiment by Applying k-Means Clustering
  • Application of Artificial Intelligence in College Dance Teaching and Its Performance Analysis
  • Internal and External QA in HE: LA Tools and Self-Evaluation Report Preparation
  • Smart Learning Companion (SLAC)
  • The Effectiveness of Inquiry Learning Models Intervened by Reflective Processes to Promote Critical Thinking Ability in Terms of Cognitive Style
  • Development of Motivation for Achieving Professional Success of Technical Specialties Students in Russia during Practical Training at Industrial Enterprises
  • Can Machine Translation Assist to Prepare for Simultaneous Interpretation?
  • The Use of Smartphones as an Educational Tool in the Classroom: Lecturers’ Perceptions

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