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Electronic Journal of e-Learning

2011 Volume 9, Number 1

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Number of articles: 6

  1. An Automated Individual Feedback and Marking System: An Empirical Study

    Trevor Barker

    The recent National Students Survey showed that feedback to students was an ongoing problem in Higher Education. This paper reports on the extension of our past research into the provision of... More

    pp. 1-14

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  2. Enhanced Automatic Question Creator--EAQC: Concept, Development and Evaluation of an Automatic Test Item Creation Tool to Foster Modern e-Education

    Christian Gutl, Klaus Lankmayr, Joachim Weinhofer & Margit Hofler

    Research in automated creation of test items for assessment purposes became increasingly important during the recent years. Due to automatic question creation it is possible to support personalized... More

    pp. 23-38

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  3. Fluidity in the Networked Society--Self-Initiated learning as a Digital Literacy Competence

    Karin Tweddell Levinsen

    In the globalized economies e-permeation has become a basic condition in our everyday lives. ICT can no longer be understood solely as artefacts and tools and computer-related literacy are no... More

    pp. 52-62

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  4. Discovering Student Web Usage Profiles Using Markov Chains

    Alice Marques & Orlando Belo

    Nowadays, Web based platforms are quite common in any university, supporting a very diversified set of applications and services. Ranging from personal management to student evaluation processes,... More

    pp. 63-74

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  5. Assessing Student Transitions in an Online Learning Environment

    Minoru Nakayama & Hiroh Yamamoto

    Assessment surveys of students are often conducted in order to evaluate online learning activities. Most surveys measure responses to questions which are based on students' subjective impressions. ... More

    pp. 75-86

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  6. A Different Vision in eLearning: Metaphors

    Nazime Tuncay, Ioana Andreea Stanescu & Mustafa Tuncay

    Metaphors are figures of speech in which a word or phrase that denotes a certain object or idea is applied to another word or phrase to imply some similarity between them. Due to their ability to... More

    pp. 105-113

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