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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)

May 30, 2019 Volume 14, Number 10

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Number of articles: 15

  1. A Mind Map Teaching Mode for Sports Anatomy based on 3DBody

    Yujia Ren, Hunan First Normal University; Xia Jiang, Wuhan Sports University

    With the popularization of various new educational concepts, selecting appropriate teaching auxiliary methods according to the course content improves the effectiveness of teaching. Accordingly,... More

    pp. 4-17

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  2. Structural Equation Model of Acceptance Cloud Learning for Sustainability Usage in Higher Education Institutes

    Supparang Ruangvanich & Pallop Piriyasurawong, Division of Information and Communication Technology for Education, Faculty of Technical Education, King Mongkut’s University of North Bangkok, Thailand 10800

    The study is to propose the structural equation model for sustainability in higher education about the use of cloud learning based on the technology acceptance model. Also, this well-known... More

    pp. 18-33

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  3. Hybrid Learning by Using Brilian Applications as One of the Learning Alternatives to Improve Learning Outcomes in College

    Bambang Hariadi, Dewiyani Sunarto & Pantjawati Sudarmaningtyas, Institut Bisnis dan Informatika Stikom Surabaya, Jl. Raya Kedung Baruk no 98 Surabaya 60298, Indonesia; Budi Jatmiko, Universitas Negeri Surabaya, Jl. Ketintang Surabaya 60231, Indonesia

    Brilian is a hybrid learning application that combines face-to-face learning and online learning. This study aims to analyze the effectiveness of hybrid learning of science management by using... More

    pp. 34-45

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  4. Learning Style Preferred by English and Computer Students in Indonesia Context

    Dyah Sunggingwati, Faculty of Teacher Training and Education Universitas Mulawarman; Haviluddin Haviluddin, Faculty of Computer Science and Information Technology Universitas Mulawarman

    This study investigates students’ learning style at tertiary level in Indonesia con-text. Eighty students of English Education and Computer Science Department participated in this study. Using a... More

    pp. 46-61

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  5. Factors Influencing ICT Adoption in Some Selected Secondary Schools in Ogun State, Nigeria

    Opeyemi Ogundile, Covenant University; Sheila Bishop, Covenant Univerisity. , Peter O. Ogunniyi, Anuoluwapo M. Olanrewaju; Hilary Okagbue, Covenant University; Peter Ogunniyi, Covenant University.; Anuoluwapo Olanrewaju, Covenant University

    This paper addressed the factors affecting ICT adoption in a survey of 300 public and private secondary school students in Ogun state, Nigeria. Likert Scale self- designed questionnaire was the... More

    pp. 62-74

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  6. Redesigning and Implementing Traditional Musical Instrument in Integrated Technology Classroom

    J. Julia, Prana Iswara & Tedi Supriyadi, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia

    Elementary school students in Indonesia are required to learn to play traditional musical instruments, one of which is angklung (a bamboo musical instrument). However, they might have difficulty in... More

    pp. 75-87

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  7. Family Volunteers as Alternative Future Resources: School Leaders’ Beliefs and Practices

    Hazar Malluhi, Zayed University - Adjunct Instructor and Practicum Supervisor in education department; Nayel Alomran, Department of Legal Studies College of Humanities and Social Sciences Zayed University Abu Dhabi UAE

    Schools and community engagement are seen as effective factors for making schools a thoughtful place. This case- study employed mixed methodology to explore the phenomena of parent involvement and ... More

    pp. 88-115

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  8. The Classroom as a Makerspace: Use of Tablets and Cutting Plotter to Create Pop-Up Cards in Educational Environments

    Alejandro Bonnet de León, Jose Saorín, Jorge de la Torre-Cantero, Cecile Meier & Eliseo García Marrero, University of La Laguna

    In some classrooms the use of digital tablets for students is already standardized and is integrated into the teaching-learning process of the school. On the other hand, the use of cutting plotters... More

    pp. 116-131

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  9. The Development Model of Semar Counselling to Improve the Self-Esteem of Vocational Students with Psychological Distress

    Bakhrudin Habsy, Nur Hidayah, Blasius Boli Lasan & Muslihati Muslihati, Department of Guidance and Counseling, State University of Malang, Indonesia; Ahmad Fudholi, Solar Energy Research Institute, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, 43600 Bangi, Selangor, Malaysia

    The development of the Semar counselling model is a new breakthrough as a pi-oneer of the counselling model of Indonesian cultural thinking, which was devel-oped to improve the self-esteem of... More

    pp. 132-149

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  10. Optimizing E-Learning Cognitive Ergonomics Based on Structural Analysis of Dynamic Responses

    Henda Chorfi, Information Technology Department College of Computer and Information Sciences King Saud University Riyadh Saudi Arabia; Ghada Al-hudhud, King Saud University

    Smart Assistive Technologies (SAT) can be a powerful tool in supporting education environments and inclusion for learners with visual/hearing impairments. For example, while captions in videos are ... More

    pp. 150-160

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  11. Scaffolded Block-based Instructional Tool for Linear Data Structures: A Constructivist Design to Ease Data Structures’ Understanding

    Daniel Almanza-Cortés, Manuel Del Toro-Salazar & Ricardo Urrego-Arias, Universidad El Bosque; Pedro Feijóo-García, University of Florida Universidad El Bosque; Fernando De la Rosa-Rosero, Universidad de los Andes

    Data Structures courses commonly introduce topics involving high levels of abstraction and complexity, requiring significant effort from instructors and apprentices to achieve positive outcomes... More

    pp. 161-179

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  12. Learning Analytics: Issues on the Pupil-Teacher Ratio in Public Primary Schools in Nigeria

    Abiodun Opanuga, Hilary Okagbue, Pelumi Oguntunde, Sheila Bishop & Opeyemi Ogundile, Department of Mathematics, Covenant University, Ota, Nigeria

    Pupil-teacher ratio (PTR) is one of the key measurements of quality education. This article presents the pupil-teacher ratio for 133 public primary schools in a local government area (LGA) of Ogun ... More

    pp. 180-199

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  13. Internet Utilization by the Students with Visual Impairment Disabilities

    Hanny Hafiar, Priyo Subekti & Aat Nugraha, Universitas Padjadjaran Jln. Raya Bandung-Sumedang Km. 21 Jatinangor, Kab. Sumedang 45363 Jawa Barat

    As a millennial generation, teenagers have the need to use the internet in their daily activities. The need to access the internet is also felt by students with visually impaired. Although many... More

    pp. 200-207

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  14. Design of Programming Experiment Course Platform Based on MOOCs

    Yu Zhao, No.600 Changjiang Road, Northeast Agricultural University, Heilongjiang, Harbin; Lifeng Guo; Hongxin Liu, Architecture Design and Research Institute of HIT, Harbin Institute of Technology, Heilongjiang, Harbin; Wenbin Zheng, Department of Automatic test and Control, Harbin Institute of Technology, Heilongjiang, Harbin

    It is the flourishing development of MOOCs that brings new mode of educa-tion. The paper focuses on the improvement of the teaching methods of pro-gramming experiment course in the environment of... More

    pp. 208-216

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  15. An Investigation of Microsoft Azure and Amazon Web Services from Users’ Perspectives

    Rizik Al-Sayyed, University of Jordan Amman; Wadi’ Hijawi, Anwar Bashiti & Ibrahim AlJarah, The University of Jordan, King Abdullah II School for Information Technology, Information Technology Department; Nadim Obeid, The University of Jordan, King Abdullah II School for Information Technology, Computer Information Systems Department; Omar Al-Adwan, The University of Jordan Department Computer Information Systems

    Cloud computing is one of the paradigms that have undertaken to deliver the utility computing concept. It views computing as a utility similar to water and electricity. We aim in this paper to make... More

    pp. 217-241

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