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Integration of Industrial Revolution 4.0 and IOTs in academia: a state-of-the-art review on the concept of Education 4.0 in PakistanRameen Butt, Hammad Siddiqui, Raheel Ahmed Soomro, Muhammad Mujtaba Asad
This era is the time for upskilling and producing workforce that is capable of effectively dealing with the day-by-day increasing demand of the industry. As the world is…
Investigating the adoption of MOOCs in a developing country: Application of technology-user-environment framework and self-determination theoryKriti Priya Gupta
The purpose of this study is to investigate the factors underlying the adoption of massive open online courses (MOOCs), using technology-user-environment (TUE) framework…
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the gamification impact on surveyors learning engagement in a case study carried out at Statistics Indonesia.
Flipped classroom (FC) is a potential approach that encourages active learning and enhances student performance while reducing the failure rate in education. This study…
Student use of social media, academic performance, and creativity: the mediating role of intrinsic motivationMuhammad Jawad Malik, Mudaser Ahmad, Muhammad Rizwan Kamran, Komal Aliza, Muhammad Zubair Elahi
The purpose of this paper is to investigate the relationships between students’ use of social media, their academic performance and creativity in the digital era.
Correlation analysis between expectancy-value and achievement goals in MOOCs on energy sustainability: profiles with higher engagementLuis M. Romero-Rodríguez, María Soledad Ramírez-Montoya, Jaime Ricardo Valenzuela González
This paper aims to analyze the interrelationship that exists between expectancy-value and achievement goals as factors that are decisive for participants’ higher…
This paper aims to highlight a research on integrating technology into teaching and learning of second/foreign language writing.
This paper aims to develop and test a research model to explore the factors that influence pre-service teachers’ intention to use learning management system (LMS).
An international study of technology enhanced learning-related strategies from the perspective of disruptive innovationMichael Flavin, Valentina Quintero
The purpose of this study was to analyse institutional strategy documents relating to technology-enhanced learning.
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