Interactive Technology and Smart Education: Volume 10 Issue 2


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Free choice of learning management systems: Do student habits override inherent system quality?

Gavin W. Porter

Although multiple studies examine institutional transitions of learning management systems (LMS) or compare their merits, studies examining students' free choice of access on…


Towards the reconciliation of knowledge management and e‐collaboration systems

Thang Le Dinh, Louis Rinfret, Louis Raymond, Bich‐Thuy Dong Thi

The purpose of this paper is to propose an intelligent infrastructure for the reconciliation of knowledge management and e‐collaboration systems.

Progressive assessment of student engagement with web‐based guided learning

Norliza Katuk

The purpose of this research is to investigate student engagement in guided web‐based learning systems. It looks into students' engagement and their behavioral patterns in two…

Serious game evaluation as a meta‐game

Lynne Hall, Susan Jane Jones, Ruth Aylett, Marc Hall, Sarah Tazzyman, Ana Paiva, Lynne Humphries

This paper aims to briefly outline the seamless evaluation approach and its application during an evaluation of ORIENT, a serious game aimed at young adults.

Designing mobile LMS interfaces: learners' expectations and experiences

Grace Ssekakubo, Hussein Suleman, Gary Marsden

This paper aims to present findings of a study that was carried out to identify strategies of enabling learners in developing countries to fully exploit the potential of learning…

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