Interactive Technology and Smart Education

Category:

Information and Knowledge Management

Table Of Contents: Volume 16 Issue 2

The relationship between social presence and cognitive load

Jamie Costley

As online learning has become more prevalent, how learners interact with each other in those learning environments has become more salient. To develop effective levels of…

Socially orientated digital storytelling among Saudi EFL learners

Ahmed A. Al Khateeb

The current research presents a 14-week experience of developing socially orientated narratives in a digital mode, which involved 60 female Saudi English as a foreign…

Assessing the impact of students’ activities in e-courses on learning outcomes: a data mining approach

Damijana Keržič, Aleksander Aristovnik, Nina Tomaževič, Lan Umek

This paper aims to study the relationship between students’ activities in the e-classroom and grades for the final exam. The study was conducted at the Faculty of…

Embracing ambiguity

Dave Towey, James Walker, Ricky Ng

Embracing reflective practice and retrospection, with a goal of identifying commonalities, this paper aims to examine delivery of engineering subjects in both traditional…

Effectiveness of e-learning portal from students’ perspective

Gaurav Chopra, Pankaj Madan, Piyush Jaisingh, Preeti Bhaskar

E-learning has become an increasingly prevalent learning approach in higher educational institutions due to the fast growth of internet technologies in India. This paper…

The professional development needs for the use of educational technology

Kam-Cheong Li, Billy Tak-Ming Wong

This study aimed to identify the professional development needs of academics in Hong Kong higher education for the use of educational technology.

ISSN:

1741-5659

Online date, start – end:

2004

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Dr Pedro Isaias