Journal of e-Learning and Higher Education

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ISSN / EISSN : 2169-0359 / 2169-0359
Current Publisher: IBIMA Publishing (10.5171)
Total articles ≅ 43
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S. Hallman, L. Massoud, D. Tomiuk
Journal of e-Learning and Higher Education pp 1-8; doi:10.5171/2020.645632

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How does one progress from protégé to professional to master? For thousands of years, it was accomplished by apprenticeship to a master, on a one-to-one or one-to-few basis. The advent of the industrial era necessitated training more people at a time than this model could accommodate; hence, the modern educational era. The traditional classroom model and coaching became standard. The disadvantage of this model, however, is that the nuance of the “master” is lost because it can only develop over a long-term, individual, guided, mentoring relationship. Although our institutions of higher learning successfully develop accomplished professionals with their three-tiered model of teaching, service, and research, these authors propose moving educators closer to the “master” level of skill by reincorporating the individual mentorship model in conjunction with small cohort coaching.
Tamara Alcantara-Concepcion, Victor Lomas-Barrie, Octavio Estrada-Castillo, Aline A. Lozano-Moctezuma
Journal of e-Learning and Higher Education pp 1-11; doi:10.5171/2020.960050

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This paper presents the results of the development and accomplishment of a Blended Learning Model for engineering students. The development of the research began with selecting topics for learning Quality concepts, the analysis of an available educational material meeting the requirements of the open software; then two topics were developed: An Interactive Software for teaching-learning processes of Quality, and a Blended Learning Model for teaching Quality Topics.
Elisabete Paulo Morais, Carlos R. Cunha, João Pedro Gomes
Journal of e-Learning and Higher Education pp 1-17; doi:10.5171/2020.401748

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The Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) plays a major role in tourism, travel and hospitality industry. The Integration of ICT in the tourism industry is essential for success of tourism enterprise, as such it is necessary to integrate ICT in higher education curricula. This paper analyzes the relevance given by the various Portuguese and Spanish institutions of higher education to ICT in their degrees. The analysis carried out was done in degree courses operating in the academic year 2018/2019, in Portuguese and Spanish universities and polytechnics. A comparison was also made with the reality of 2012/2013.
Giusi Antonia Toto, Pierpaolo Limone
Journal of e-Learning and Higher Education pp 1-9; doi:10.5171/2020.177729

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Assistive technology allows to remove a number of obstacles to the complex psycho-educational needs of students with disabilities. The purpose of this research is to collect information on the knowledge, skills and perceptions of assistive technology among teachers in the context of Foggia, as a pilot study for a wider national reflection. The data were collected through consultation of official databases and through a survey, submitting to a sample of teachers a questionnaire used in an international context, translated in Italian. The results suggested that teachers do not have an adequate level of knowledge and skills in the use of assistive technology and require pre-service and in-service training to increase their general knowledge on assistive technology implementation and to plan effective actions for students with disabilities.
Rene Leveaux, Sandra Gallagher, Alan Sixsmith, Helen Simpson
Journal of e-Learning and Higher Education pp 1-13; doi:10.5171/2019.560996

Rahma Fitriasih, Sri Rahayu Hijrah Hati, Adrian Achyar
Journal of e-Learning and Higher Education pp 1-11; doi:10.5171/2019.253359

Nor’Anira Haris
Journal of e-Learning and Higher Education pp 1-9; doi:10.5171/2019.202997

Shamila Mohamed Shuhidan, Wan Aida Wan Yahaya, Husain Hashim, Shuhaida Mohamed Shuhidan, Azma Asnawishah Abd Hakim
Journal of e-Learning and Higher Education, Volume 2019, pp 1-10; doi:10.5171/2019.822970

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