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Electronic Journal of e-Learning

Volume 13, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. Knowledge Enriched Learning by Converging Knowledge Object & Learning Object

    Sai Sabitha, Deepti Mehrotra & Abhay Bansal

    The most important dimension of learning is the content, and a Learning Management System (LMS) suffices this to a certain extent. The present day LMS are designed to primarily address issues like ... More

    pp. 3-13

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  2. Differences in Intention to Use Educational RSS Feeds between Lebanese and British Students: A Multi-Group Analysis Based on the Technology Acceptance Model

    Ali Tarhini, Michael James Scott, Sujeet Kumar Sharma & Muhammad Sharif Abbasi

    Really Simple Syndication (RSS) offers a means for university students to receive timely updates from virtual learning environments. However, despite its utility, only 21% of home students surveyed... More

    pp. 14-29

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  3. Towards the Acceptance of RSS to Support Learning: An Empirical Study to Validate the Technology Acceptance Model in Lebanon

    Ali Tarhini, Mohammad Hassouna, Muhammad Sharif Abbasi & Jorge Orozco

    Simpler is better. There are a lot of "needs" in e-Learning, and there's often a limit to the time, talent, and money that can be thrown at them individually. Contemporary pedagogy... More

    pp. 30-41

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  4. Electronic Assessment and Feedback Tool in Supervision of Nursing Students during Clinical Training

    Sari Mettiäinen

    The aim of this study was to determine nursing teachers' and students' attitudes to and experiences of using an electronic assessment and feedback tool in supervision of clinical training... More

    pp. 42-56

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