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International Association for Development of the Information Society (IADIS) International Conference on E-Learning


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Number of papers: 24

  1. Learning Factory--Integrative E-Learning

    Peter Steininger

    Integrative E-Learning (IEP): The goal of the project is the development and testing of an integrative teaching format for the assembly of imported, tried and tested (classic) teaching elements (e.... More

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  2. E-Learning Instructional Design Practice in American and Australian Institutions

    Sayed Hadi Sadeghi

    This research study provides a comparative understanding of instructional design e-practice in an Australian and an American university. This comparative study identifies information relating to... More

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  3. Predictors of Student Performance in a Blended-Learning Environment: An Empirical Investigation

    Lan Umek, Nina Tomaževic, Aleksander Aristovnik & Damijana Keržic

    Modern technologies radically simplify the availability of the latest scientific literature and offer new possibilities for sharing knowledge. Yet, most higher education institutions still rely on ... More

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  4. Geopolitical E-Analysis Based on E-Learning Content

    Anca Dinicu & Romana Oancea

    In a world of great complexity, understanding the manner states act and react becomes more and more an intriguing quest due to the multiple relations of dependence and interdependence that... More

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  5. A Conceptual Framework for Web-Based Learning Design

    Hesham Alomyan

    The purpose of this paper is to provide a coherent framework to present the relationship between individual differences and web-based learning. Two individual difference factors have been... More

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  6. Practice of Organisational Strategies of Improving Computer Rooms for Promoting Smart Education Using ICT Equipment

    Nobuyuki Ogawa & Akira Shimizu

    This paper describes our concrete efforts to improve the functions of the computer rooms in the Information Processing Center from among several organisational strategies which can assume a large... More

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  7. Exploring Characteristics of Fine-Grained Behaviors of Learning Mathematics in Tablet-Based E-Learning Activities

    Cheuk Yu Yeung, Kam Hong Shum, Lucas Chi Kwong Hui, Samuel Kai Wah Chu, Tsing Yun Chan, Yung Nin Kuo & Yee Ling Ng

    Attributes of teaching and learning contexts provide rich information about how students participate in learning activities. By tracking and analyzing snapshots of these attributes captured... More

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  8. The Key to Success in Electronic Learning: Faculty Training and Evaluation

    Warren Matthews & Albert Smothers

    Over the past thirty years, higher education for adult students has emerged to help prepare the labor force for the 21st century in a world of globalization. At the same time, there have been... More

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  9. Ontology-Based Learner Categorization through Case Based Reasoning and Fuzzy Logic

    Sohail Sarwar, Raul García-Castro, Zia Ul Qayyum, Muhammad Safyan & Rana Faisal Munir

    Learner categorization has a pivotal role in making e-learning systems a success. However, learner characteristics exploited at abstract level of granularity by contemporary techniques cannot... More

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  10. E-Learning Research and Development: On Evaluation, Learning Performance, and Visual Attention

    Marco Rüth

    Digital learning is becoming a prevalent everyday human behavior. Effective digital learning services are integral for educational innovation and constitute competitive advantages for education... More

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  11. Why Do Learners Choose Online Learning: The Learners' Voices

    Hale Ilgaz & Yasemin Gulbahar

    Offering many advantages to adult learners, e-Learning is now being recognized--and preferred--by more and more people, resulting in an increased number of distance learners in recent years.... More

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  12. Personalization of Learning Activities within a Virtual Environment for Training Based on Fuzzy Logic Theory

    Fahim Mohamed, Jakimi Abdeslam & El Bermi Lahcen

    Virtual Environments for Training (VET) are useful tools for visualization, discovery as well as for training. VETs are based on virtual reality technique to put learners in training situations... More

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  13. Mobile Learning on the Basis of the Cloud Services

    Tatyana Makarchuk

    Spreading of interactive applications for mobile devices became one of the trends of IT development in 2015-2017. In higher education mobile applications are being used to advance the productivity ... More

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  14. Game Changer for Online Learning Driven by Advances in Web Technology

    Manfred Kaul, André Kless, Thorsten Bonne & Almut Rieke

    Almost unnoticed by the e-learning community, the underlying technology of the WWW is undergoing massive technological changes on all levels these days. In this paper we draw the attention to the... More

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  15. Effect of Internet-Based Learning in Public Health Training: An Exploratory Meta-Analysis

    Ying Peng & Weirong Yan

    Internet-based learning is increasingly applied in medical education, but its effect in the field of public health training is still unclear. This meta-analysis was undertaken to explore the impact... More

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  16. Designing a Web-Based Asynchronous Innovation/Entrepreneurism Course

    Parviz Ghandforoush

    Teaching an online fully asynchronous information technology course that requires students to ideate, build an e-commerce website, and develop an effective business plan involves a well-developed... More

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  17. Using Games, Comic Strips, and Maps to Enhance Teacher Candidates' E-Learning Practice in the Social Studies

    Nancy B. Sardone

    This article reports on teacher candidates' use of e-learning tools and activities designed for their future students. Candidates offered comments to give an idea of the strengths and challenges of... More

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  18. Post Graduations in Technologies and Computing Applied to Education: From F2F Classes to Multimedia Online Open Courses

    Bertil P. Marques, Piedade Carvalho, Paula Escudeiro, Ana Barata, Ana Silva & Sandra Queiros

    Promoted by the significant increase of large scale internet access, many audiences have turned to the web and to its resources for learning and inspiration, with diverse sets of skills and intents... More

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  19. Promoting Best Practices in Teaching and Learning in Nigerian Universities through Effective E-Learning: Prospects and Challenges

    Grace Ifeoma Obuekwe & Rose-Ann Ifeoma Eze

    The importance of e-learning in our educational system as well as the nation's development cannot be over-emphasized. The use of e-learning in impartation and acquisition of knowledge by lecturers ... More

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  20. The Next Stage of Development of eLearning at UFH in South Africa

    Graham Wright, Liezel Cillers, Elzette Van Niekerk & Eunice Seekoe

    This paper is a review of eLearning using Blackboard as a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) to identify the future development of the VLE within the Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of... More

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