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Journal of e-Learning and Knowledge Society

Sep 27, 2016 Volume 12, Number 4

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Number of articles: 10

  1. Digital Competence for the improvement of Special Education Teaching

    Giuseppa Compagno, Giuseppa Cappuccio & Francesca Pedone, University of Palermo

    The increasing digitization and globalization of the media, the broad diversification of media products, with the value-and ethical issues that it raises, proposes and confirms the reasons why... More

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  2. Cognitive responsive e-assessment of constructive e-learning

    Guadalupe Morales-Martinez, Cognitive Science Laboratory, Institute of Research on the University and Education, National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM, IISUE); Ernesto Lopez-Ramirez, Cognitive Science Laboratory, Department of Psychology, Autonomous University of Nuevo Leon (UANL)

    Semantic networks from 900 high education students from different knowledge domains were obtained by using a computer system. Then computer simulated schemata behavior and/or analysis of semantic... More

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  3. Local and global Semantic Networks for the representation of music information

    Adriano Barat & Luca Ludovico, Laboratorio di Informatica Musicale Dipartimento di Informatica Universit degli Studi di Milano

    In the field of music informatics, multilayer representation formats are becoming increasingly important, since they enable an integrated and synchronized representation of the various entities... More

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  4. The Flipped Classroom: instructional efficency and impact of achievement and cognitive load levels,

    Zeynep Turan & Yuksel Goktas, Ataturk University

    This research focuses on the efficiency of the flipped classroom method and its effects on students’ achievement and cognitive load levels. The flipped classroom method is compared to traditional... More

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  5. Integrating Fitts’ law in heuristical evalution checklist

    Pasquale Ardimento, Nicola Boffoli, Vito Convertini & Michele Scalera, Universit degli Studi di Bari Aldo Moro

    The Learner Centered Design (LCD) guarantees efficiency, effectiveness and customer satisfaction avoiding that the learning environment becomes frustrating and offering quality to the IT support... More

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  6. Examining the reading behaviours and performances of sixth-graders for reading instruction: evidence from eye movements

    Or-Kan Soh, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia

    Previous studies were lack of evidence to show "what" and "how" students read. In addition, they focused on discovering the reading phonomenon among the university students. Solutions were not... More

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  7. Interactive visual analytics on Big Data: Tableau vs D3.js

    Lekha Nair & Sujala Shetty, BITS Pilani, Dubai Campus; Siddhanth Shetty

    Big Data from innumerable sources offers immense prospects for intelligent decision making in every single field, in spite of its challenging factors like huge volume, extreme variety or varying... More

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  8. When emotions enhance students’ engagement in e-learning processes

    Francesca D'Errico, Marinella Paciello & Luca Cerniglia, Uninettuno University, Psychology Faculty

    Recently, a growing body of literature has shown the importance of emotions in e-learning processes by pointing out their effect on academic achievement. Nevertheless, within innovative teaching... More

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  9. Situated Learning based on Virtual Environment for improving Disaster Risk Reduction

    Jaime Caroca, University of Playa Ancha University of Las Americas; Mario Bruno, Faculty of Engineering Center of Advance Research University of Playa Ancha; Roberto Aldunate, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

    Emergency management systems require skills from decision makers to mitigate the impact of disasters, reducing fatalities and economic losses. Virtual learning environments have the potential to... More

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  10. Inclusive digital online environments as a device for pedagogic differentiation: a taxonomy proposal

    Anglica Monteiro, Centre for Research and Intervention in Education (CIIE), Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences, University of Porto, Rua Alfredo Allen, 4200-135 Porto, Portugal/ RECI- IP; Carlinda Leite, Centre for Research and Intervention in Education (CIIE), Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences, University of Porto, Rua Alfredo Allen, 4200-135 Porto, Portugal

    The use of technology and specifically digital environments in training and education in both formal and non-formal contexts is becoming increasingly more common. These types of technical... More

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