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

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

Table of Contents:

  • Teamwork Effectiveness in Student’s Final Year Project
  • Students’ Satisfaction Using E-Learning as a Supplementary Tool
  • A Rule Induction Framework on the Effect of ‘Negative’ Attributes to Academic Performance
  • Application of Computational Tools to Support Cooperative Learning in Bioreactor Design Course
  • Evaluation of Engineering Students’ Learning Outcomes: Creating a Culture of Continuous Quality Improvement
  • Integrating Drone Technology in Service Learning for Engineering Students
  • Conceptual Model of Learning Computational Thinking Through Educational Robotic
  • Development and Evaluation of a Mobile-Learning Application Based on the Felder-Silverman Learning Styles Model
  • Teaching of Remote Sensing Technology for Landscape Architecture in the Context of Spatial Information Technology
  • Development & Evaluation of E-Learning Module Based on Visual and Global Preferences Using a User-Centered Design Approach
  • Strategies and Implementation Paths for Curriculum Setting of Digital Media Major in the Digital Age
  • Innovation of Art Design Education in the New Era
  • Designing Educational Game to Increase Environmental Awareness
  • Employment Quality Difference and Employment Quality Evaluation of English Majors in Colleges
  • Covid 19 and Challenges in Higher Education: An Empirical Analysis
  • Revisiting Computer-Assisted Language Teaching: What Else Do Tertiary-Level EFL Teachers Need to Know?
  • Engineering Students Learning Experience through a Unique Global Project-Based Learning
  • Evaluation of Teaching Performance in the Virtual Teaching-Learning Environment, from the Perspective of the Students of the Professional School of Mechanical Engineering

[Link to Issue 16/15]

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[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]

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[iTEL] Open Review der Gründungsausgabe ist online

Die itel ist quasi die Nachfolger-Zeitschrift der eingestellten “Zeitschrift für E-Learning”. Aber obwohl drei der Herausgeber/innen der ZEL auch bei der neugegründeten “Interdisziplinären Zeitschrift für Technologie und Lernen” aktiv sind, ist dort vieles anders: Die itel erscheint mit Open Access, ist daher für die Leser/innen kostenfrei und leicht erreichbar und sie experimentiert mit neuen Begutachtungsformaten. Für die erste Ausgabe wurden nun fünf Beiträge eingereicht. Und parallel zum traditionellen (halb-) blinden Begutachtungsverfahren besteht die Möglichkeit für jede/n, die Einreichungen durch kritische und konstruktive Kritik beim Open Review zu verbessern. Ab sofort.
Mitmachen ist ausdrücklich erwünscht 🙂 .

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