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Analyzing e-Learning Habits Utilizing the ReadIT Program: Identifying Distinctive e-Learning Strategies

By analyzing data of students' interactions with ReadIT Program in reading ordinary text and hypertext the study identifies gender specific behavioral clusters, and e-learning strategies of high and low performers

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Published online: June 26, 2014

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Selection of Ubiquitous Computing Technologies and Environments as Performance Improvement Interventions

Any performance initiative that ubiquitous computing technologies and environments should be selected as performance improvement interventions will be discussed via a proposed model designed in accordance with performance technologies.

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New Landscapes and New Eyes: The Role of Virtual World Design for Supply Chain Education

Existing supply chain education uses cases and site-visits; we propose a framework to extend this using carefully crafted virtual environments encapsulating a range of locations and experiences for students.

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Published online: May 2, 2014

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Integrating Studio and Design Practice in Ubiquitous Learning Environments

Design and art thinking for an online educational environment is a creative thinking-in-action method that uses mind, action, and world, and embraces the technologies, humanities, and design.

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Published online: May 2, 2014

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A Multi-modal "E-Supervisor" in Distance Education

This paper presents a system called "E-Supervisor" that detects a student’s state of attention and provides appropriate feedback.

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Published online: May 2, 2014

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The LaDaRT-PupEEEs: A Fine-tuned 5-minute ‘Antidote’ To Counteract the Deterioration of English Language Arts and To Offer Next Generation Elementary Science Educators a Template To Introduce Evolutionary Biology in an Exciting Way

Conversations (Teacher-Teachers) at scholarly conferences/seminars around the world (New Delhi, Memorial of Newfoundland, Northeastern, Harvard, Johns Hopkins, Cairns, Granada, Syracuse, Military Academies) reveal English Language Arts deficiencies are truly ‘Ubiquitous’.

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Published online: December 9, 2013

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Ubiquitous Learning: An International Journal , Volume 6, Issue 1, May 2014

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Comparing the Effectiveness of a Training Video to Classroom Lecture: A Pilot Study

Interested in producing training videos to increase your students’ learning? Interested in evaluating this technology’s learning effectiveness when compared to classroom lecture? Then this faculty-student collaborative effort is a must-see.

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The Use of Ubiquitous Learning Methods for Mathematics Courses in Borough of Manhattan Community College: A Case Study

We will present the results of a collaborative study between the Library and Mathematics department. The goal was to investigate the effectiveness of e-textbooks in learning and teaching Mathematics.

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The Impact of School Technology Infrastructure on Teachers' Technology Integration: A Survey in Thirteen Countries

This research provides important insights for policy makers in developing countries about how to distribute ICT resources within schools to better enable teachers to use ICT with their students.

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