Interactive Technology and Smart Education: Volume 19 Issue 4


Table of contents - Special Issue: Personalisation in open and flexible learning environments

Guest Editors: Kam Cheong Li, Billy Tak-Ming Wong, Reggie Kwan, Simon KS Cheung

An explainable attention-based bidirectional GRU model for pedagogical classification of MOOCs

Hanane Sebbaq, Nour-eddine El Faddouli

The purpose of this study is, First, to leverage the limitation of annotated data and to identify the cognitive level of learning objectives efficiently, this study adopts…

Research on personalized recommendation of MOOC resources based on ontology

Yuanmin Li, Dexin Chen, Zehui Zhan

The purpose of this study is to analyze from multiple perspectives, so as to form an effective massive open online course (MOOC)personalized recommendation method to help learners…

The influence of personalized learning intervention system on student learning a study of junior middle school

Yingge Zhou, Xindong Ye, Yujiao Liu

The purpose of this study is to build a personalized learning intervention system, which can support students' personalized learning, improve teachers' teaching efficiency and…

A study of the virtual reality cybersickness impacts and improvement strategy towards the overall undergraduate students’ virtual learning experience

Sannia Mareta, Joseph Manuel Thenara, Rafael Rivero, May Tan-Mullins

Virtual reality (VR) technologies have expanded their application domains towards education with pedagogical benefits including fully immersive learning environment and in-depth…

Fostering self-regulation and engaged exploration during the learner-content interaction process: the role of scaffolding in the online inquiry-based learning environment

Md Abdullah Al Mamun

This study aims to present a scaffolding framework incorporating sophisticated technology that can inform instructional design to support student inquiry learning in the…

Design and implementation of an intelligent tutoring system in the view of learner autonomy

Huixiao Le, Jiyou Jia

In intelligent tutoring systems (ITS), learners were often granted limited authority and are forced to obey the decision of the system which might not satisfy their needs. Failure…

Students’ achievement in an online course on technical writing and communication skills

Ayman Yasin, Luae Al-Tarawneh, Fadia El-Issa, Abdallah Al-Zoubi

This study aims to investigate students’ satisfaction, self-efficacy and perceived competencies in a ‘technical writing and communication skills’ course after the switch of…

Tuning up a CMLL toolbox: analyzing Web-based applications for critical media literacy learning

Rida Afrilyasanti, Yazid Basthomi, Evynurul Laily Zen

This paper aims to evaluate Web-based applications for teaching critical media literacy. It proposes modeling for criteria to evaluate Web-based applications for critical media…

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