[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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[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 17 / No.24 #ijet #research

Issue 17(24) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • Social Media Use in Higher Education During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Systematic Literature Review
  • Design of a Virtual Reality-Based Learning System for Spoken English
  • Classification of Learning Sentiments of College Students Based on Topic Discussion Texts of Online Learning Platforms
  • Towards Virtual University based on Virtual Reality and Terabits Internet Speed
  • Online Music Teaching Resource Sharing Algorithm Based on Blockchain Technology
  • Classification of Online Course Teaching Cases Based on an Improved Clustering Method
  • The Impact of a Proposed Strategy According to Active Learning in Achievement of Mathematics and Visual Intelligence Among Intermediate Students
  • Design of a Visual Training System for Software Engineering Education Based on Knowledge Graphs
  • Effect of Augmented Reality Technology on Spatial Intelligence among High School Students
  • Influences of Artificial Intelligence in Education on Teaching Effectiveness
  • Application of Exercise-Correlated Knowledge Proficiency Tracing Model based on Multiple Learning Objectives in English Teaching Curriculum Resources
  • Representation and Construction of Discipline Knowledge Systems Based on Cognitive Sequence Relationship
  • Web Based Online Hybrid Teaching Method of Network Music Course
  • Impact of a Proposed Strategy According to Luria’s Model in Realistic Thinking and Achievement in Mathematics
  • E-Learning Service Quality During COVID-19 Pandemic from Postgraduate Students’ Perspective in Jordan
  • Prediction, Monitoring, and Management of the Classified Training Quality of English Majors Based on Support Vector Machine

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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.20 #ijet #research

Issue 17(20) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • The Extended Technology Acceptance Model (ETAM): Examining Students’ Acceptance of Online Learning During COVID-19 Pandemic
  • Specific Features of the Use of Distance Learning Technologies in Foreign Language Classes with Postgraduate Students
  • Construction and Application of Waterway Engineering Design Virtual Simulation Cloud System Based on Outcome-Based Education
  • Technology Acceptance in Seeking Jobs Among University Graduates in Vietnam
  • Features and Influencing Factors of Mobile Learning Behavior of Employees in Accounting Profession
  • Influence of a Function’s Coefficients and Feedback of the Mathematical Work When Reading a Graph in an Online Assessment System
  • Model of Adaptive System for Mathematical Training of Students within eLearning Environment
  • Training Path for Talents Engaged in Agricultural Product Supply Chain Management and the Assessment of Their Training Quality
  • University English Language Teachers’ Use of Digital Platforms for Online Teaching
  • Deployment of Honeypot and SIEM Tools for Cyber Security Education Model In UITM
  • Integrated Art and ESP Project in Ukraine
  • Effects of the TPACK Levels of University Teachers on the Use of Online Teaching Technical Tools
  • Use of Self-Assessment Questionaries with Moodle Surveys to Improve Reading Comprehension and Study Habits in Preservice Teacher Education
  • Blending E-Learning with Hands-on Laboratory Instruction in Engineering Education
  • Establishment and Study of an Evaluation Model for the Exploitation Effect of University Scientific and Technological Patents
  • Multi-Label Classification of Learning Objects Using Clustering Algorithms Based on Feature Selection
  • The Learning Behavior Analysis of Online Vocational Education Students and Learning Resource Recommendation Based on Big Data
  • Database Administration Practical Aspects in Providing Digitalization of Educational Services
  • Research on the Impact of Innovative Interactive Technologies in the Education of Health Care Students

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[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 17 / No.14 #ijet #research

Issue 17(14) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • Mapping the MOOC Research Landscape: Insights from Empirical Studies
  • A Quasi-Experimental Evaluation of Classes Using Traditional Methods, Problem-Based Learning, and Flipped Learning to Enhance Thai Student-Teacher Problem-Solving Skills and Academic Achievement
  • IVUL Model: An Intelligent Learning Development Process
  • Mobile Gramabot: Development of a Chatbot App for Interactive German Grammar Learning
  • Opening Knowledge Graph Model Building of Artificial Intelligence Curriculum
  • Learning Approaches Influence on College Students‘ Digital Literacy: The Role of Self-Determination Theory
  • The Feasibility of Practical Vocational Education in Higher Education Institutions
  • Use of Knowledge Acquisition Surface to Monitor and Assess Students’ Success
  • The Cultivation of Teamwork Quality from the Perspective of Competitive-Complementary Relations
  • Operating Mechanism of University Innovation and Entrepreneurship Education and Its Contribution to Regional Economy
  • Students’ Experiences of E-learning Practices During COVID-19: A Qualitative Study
  • Qualitative Analysis Method for Training of College Students’ Entrepreneurial Resilience from the Perspective of Entrepreneurial Ecological Environment
  • Level of Digital Teaching Competence on the Verge of the Post Pandemic
  • Enhanced Virtual Reality Plant: Development and Application in Chemical Engineering Education
  • The Importance of Learning Resources for University Students During Emergency Remote Learning
  • Approach for Eliciting Learners‘ Preferences in Moocs Through Collaborative Filtering
  • The Application of Blended Learning with a Community Science Technology Approach to Improve Student Learning Outcomes in Higher Education
  • 3D Molecular Interactive Multimedia for Building Chemistry Students‘ Spatial Ability

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[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 17 / No.12 #ijet #research

Issue 17(12) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • Using Cryptocurrency to Increase Student Motivation and Agency: Thoughts from Vietnam
  • Influence of SPOC Classroom Teaching on E-Learning Satisfaction
  • A New Deep Learning Model for Face Recognition and Registration in Distance Learning
  • Digitally Nudged Learning
  • The Relationship Between College Students’ Entrepreneurial Intention and the Teaching Quality of Innovation and Entrepreneurship Practice
  • The Role of E-learning Platforms in Supporting the Active Learning Elements for the First Three Grades
  • Gutenberg and the MOOC
  • The Cultivation of Students’ Multiple Practical Ability Under the Multimodal Blended Teaching Mode
  • A Blended System for Data-Driven Learning of English for Specific Purposes
  • The Online Teacher-Student Interaction Level in the Context of a Scenario-Based Multi-Dimensional Interaction Teaching Environment
  • Develop a New Model to Measure the Blended Learning Environments Through Students’ Cognitive Presence and Critical Thinking Skills
  • Mathematical Modelling of Teachers’ Intention to Participate in Online Training During Covid-19 Lockdown: Evidence from Emerging Economy
  • Online Learning Through LMSs: Comparative Assessment of Canvas and Moodle
  • Evaluation of the Teaching Effect in the Context of Collective Lesson Preparation
  • The Use of Augmented Reality for Teaching Kazakhstani Students Physics Lessons
  • Predicting Student Success Using Big Data and Machine Learning Algorithms
  • Web-Based Discussion in Teaching and Learning Organic Chemistry: Student’s Conception and Reflection
  • Cosine Similarity – A Computing Approach to Match Similarity Between Higher Education Programs and Job Market Demands Based on Maximum Number of Common Words
  • The Effect of Teaching Mathematics Supported by e-learning platforms on the Students’ Mathematical Skills in a College Course in Jordan

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[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 17 / No.11 #ijet #research

Issue 17(11) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • Interactive PDF Forms to Conduct Online Examinations in University Education: Practical Experience and Lessons Learned
  • Developing Student Creative Problem-Solving Skills (CPSS) Using Online Digital Storytelling
  • The Effects of a Debate-Based Awareness Lecture on Cheating in Online Exams
  • Correlations Between Teaching and Scientific Research Ability and Professional Development of College Teachers
  • Online Live Teaching is Effective: An Empirical Study
  • The Emergence of the Emergency in Higher Education in Argentina
  • Evaluation and Measurement of Student Satisfaction with Online Learning Under Integration of Teaching Resources
  • Effectiveness of Collaborative Constructivist Strategies to Minimize Gaps in Students’ Understanding of Biological Concepts
  • A Ubiquitous Learning Model for Education and Training Processes Supported by TV Everywhere Platforms
  • Effects and the Analyzing of E-Learning on Higher Education During COVID-19 Period Time – Case Study University „Ukshin HOTI” Prizren
  • Feasibility Analysis of Visual Interaction Mode in Digital Art Design Teaching
  • The Camera-on or Camera-off, Is It a Dilemma? Sparking Engagement, Motivation, and Autonomy Through Microsoft Teams Videoconferencing
  • A Semantic Representation of Online Teaching Business Process Architecture
  • Development of the Improved Exercise Generation Metaheuristic Algorithm EGAL+ for End Users
  • Practice and Principle of Blended Learning in ESL/EFL Pedagogy: Strategies, Techniques and Challenges
  • Application of a Gamified Approach to Learning in the Treatment of Problems in Software Process Improvement: Analysis and Discussion of Results
  • Influence of Quality Development Over College Students’ Entrepreneurial Competency
  • Influence of Self-Regulated Strategy Development on the Performance of Virtual Reality-Based Teaching in Online Learning
  • Satisfaction of University Students with Teaching Performance, When Applying Virtual Teaching in the Context of COVID-19

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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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[CfP] Special Issue „Innovative Technologies in Education“ #research

I would like to invite you to a Special Issue about „Innovative Technologies in Education“.

Dear Colleagues,
In the current situation of a worldwide pandemic, the use of digital technologies in education is not only a hot topic but simply a necessity. Due to the lockdown of schools and universities over an extended period of time, teachers had no alternative other than to use such technologies. On the one hand, we were able to see how education can work even in such a situation. On the other hand, we also witnessed the lack in skills needed to deliver high quality digital lectures.
Under these circumstances, we are today living in a world where teaching and learning are strongly influenced by technologies. For tomorrow, digital education can no longer be neglected. We must build upon these new circumstances to improve education as much as possible.
For this Special Issue, we are seeking contributions addressing the following research questions, but the list is by no means exhaustive:
– What is the influence of digital technologies on education?
– What are the future trends of innovative technologies in education?
– What are examples of how innovative technologies can be used in education?
– How can digital technologies contribute to high quality education?

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 October 2022.

Find here further details [Special Issue CallForPaper]

[mooc] Entrepreneurship & Technology: From Idea to Market #imoox #mci

Heute startet ein weiterer MOOC des MCI in Kooperation mit der medizinischen Universität Innsbruck zum Thema „Entrepreneurship & Technology: From Idea to Market„:

We are excited to have you in this self-paced course, which will help you to gain an overview of the most salient issues when it comes to putting a business idea into practice. The main target group of this MOOC are students, scientists and those interested in founding their own business. In this course, you will get first insights into how to start a company and develop your ideas and you will learn about intellectual property rights.
For those of you who are working in the field of medicine or medical technology, there is one additional unit in this MOOC about regulatory requirements for medical devices.

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