International Journal of Cyber Society and Education

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ISSN / EISSN : 19956649 / 19956649
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Su-I Hou
International Journal of Cyber Society and Education, Volume 10, pp 1-16; doi:10.7903/ijcse.1520

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Introduction: Social media (SM) has gained rapid adoption and provided new opportunities for communication. This study pilot tested a suite of SM use indexes to better measure and quantify the active and engagement levels for improved teaching and learning. An online survey was administered to an adult sample in higher education settings (n=372). Four major SM platforms were examined: Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and YouTube. Six SM indexes were developed, with three assessing how active a person is in using SM, one measuring the likelihood of SM adoption, and two measuring engagement levels. The results demonstrated satisfactory internal consistencies. All indexes showed positive and clear linear correlations with participants’ view towards SM, demonstrating strong (criterion) validity (all p
Bor-Tyng Wang
International Journal of Cyber Society and Education, Volume 9, pp 1-16; doi:10.7903/ijcse.1433

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To inspire college students’ English learning motivation, this study proposed to combine Project-Based Learning (PBL) with ZUVIO online teaching platform. The traditional teaching methods focus on teachers’ direct instruction in class, which mean that students only receive knowledge from teachers instead of formulating the answers on their own. This also decreases interaction in the classroom and prevents students from collaborating with other peers. However, implementing PBL and ZUVIO would allow students to apply knowledge in the social context and work with their classmates. In this study, two freshman English classes in a private university in central Taiwan were chosen as the sample. The students in both classes were low-level students (CEF A2 level). One class (N = 39) was chosen as the experimental group which had to complete the PBL tasks assigned by the teacher and use peer assessment function in ZUVIO for one academic year. The other class (N = 43) was chosen as the control group which was given the traditional teaching instructions. The results showed that the experimental group performed better on the midterm exam compared to the control group during both semesters (p = 0.001). Additionally, the results of the questionnaire showed that students’ motivation to learn English increased when using PBL and ZUVIO as teaching methods.To cite this document: Bor-Tyng Wang, "Applying PBL and ZUVIO to enhance English learning motivation", International Journal of Cyber Society and Education, Vol. 9, No. 1, pp. 1-16, 2016.Permanent link to this document: http://dx.doi.org/10.7903/ijcse.1433
Alfred Howard Miller
International Journal of Cyber Society and Education, Volume 9, pp 17-34; doi:10.7903/ijcse.1418

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Wann-Yih Wu, Hsieh‐Chih Chen, Ching-Ching Ke
International Journal of Cyber Society and Education, Volume 9, pp 35-44; doi:10.7903/ijcse.1419

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This study was conducted to investigate the intellectual structure of the online shopping field in the last decade using co-citation analysis. The citations were obtained from the database of WOS (World of Science), and articles (authors) were used as the units of analysis. Based on the results, this research revealed the main categories in the field of online shopping and the relationships between the subfields of research subjects and among authors and identified the authors who play a central role in the conceptual domains of online shopping. This research outlines the intellectual structure of the field of online shopping and its development trends. It also provides details about the influence of individual authors and the evolving structure of this research field over time.To cite this document: Wann-Yih Wu, Hsieh-Chih Chen, and Ching-Ching Ke, "The intellectual structure of online shopping research: Author co-citation analysis", International Journal of Cyber Society and Education, Vol. 9, No. 1, pp. 35-44, 2016.Permanent link to this document: http://dx.doi.org/10.7903/ijcse.1419
Tran Van Dat, Ngoc Doan Trang Huynh
International Journal of Cyber Society and Education, Volume 8, pp 99-114; doi:10.7903/ijecs.1416

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Simon Wong
International Journal of Cyber Society and Education, Volume 8, pp 115-132; doi:10.7903/ijcse.1407

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Reinis Udris
International Journal of Cyber Society and Education, Volume 8, pp 59-80; doi:10.7903/ijcse.1382

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Chun Meng Tang, Miang Hong Ngerng
International Journal of Cyber Society and Education, Volume 8, pp 81-98; doi:10.7903/ijcse.1383

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Suntaya Dararat, Teera Taechamaneestit
International Journal of Cyber Society and Education, Volume 8, pp 19-30; doi:10.7903/ijcse.1245

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