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 ≅ 49

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Roxana - Adriana Puiu, Gabriel Petrea, Diana Scurtu, Maria – Nicoleta Cristea, Remus – Andrei Dobrinoiu
Journal of e-Learning and Higher Education pp 1-9; doi:10.5171/2021.361886

All over the world, the rankings play an important role for any potential student who chooses his own university. Given that, more and more young people are interested in investing in their education, wanting to pursue a rigorous specialization. It is of great importance to consider how students choose which university they will join. Thus, not only students use international rankings, but universities are also showing a greater dependence on them as well.
Roxana - Adriana Puiu (Mechno), Gabriel Petrea, Diana Scurtu, Maria – Nicoleta Cristea, Remus – Andrei Dobrinoiu
Journal of e-Learning and Higher Education pp 1-9; doi:10.5171/2021.780830

Financial reporting around the world tends toward harmonization. The output of this process is increasing the number of countries that decided to transfer their accounting framework into IFRS.
Rene Leveaux, Kyeong Kang
Journal of e-Learning and Higher Education pp 1-12; doi:10.5171/2021.606594

Since becoming an Olympic medal sport, the sport of Taekwondo has been going through considerable transformation resulting in an almost continual series of changes to the sport’s rules and subsequently interpretations of those rules. This work’s focus is to examine the problems facing the sport’s stakeholders in the education of the coaches and referees specifically in relation to the Oceania Region, and to provide some guidelines to a more effective model for the delivery of the sport’s education.
Anca Leontina Papp (Marinescu)
Journal of e-Learning and Higher Education pp 1-10; doi:10.5171/2021.333333

The cost of education may be the smallest monetary value belonging to the system inputs needed to reach a certain level of outputs. In order to understand the concept of cost of education, the notion of suitability of education must be understood in advance.
Andrey V. Litvin, Dmitry P. Arkalov
Journal of e-Learning and Higher Education pp 1-6; doi:10.5171/2021.122637

The study is devoted to the use of the SROI methodology as a determining factor in the effectiveness of the use of budgetary funds provided for sports. Municipal sports’ organizations were considered as an applied base. The ratio of financial investments to the number of athletes and sports results made it possible to identify the weaknesses of the current management system, as well as to revise the approach to the formation of the sports structure in the municipality. The division of sports organizations into four categories allowed them to be further optimized, combined and enlarged.
Hiyam Al-Kilidar, Alan Sixsmith
Journal of e-Learning and Higher Education pp 1-13; doi:10.5171/2021.919218

This paper describes the transition from face-to-face to online delivery of a postgraduate project management subject in an Australian university that was necessitated due to the COVID-19 pandemic. As well as presenting student reflections on these changes.
José Ignacio Palacios Osma, Diego Alexander Gómez López, Alexandra Abuchar Porra
Journal of e-Learning and Higher Education pp 1-11; doi:10.5171/2021.228061

The implementation of programs with the virtual methodology requires a definition of evaluation and quality criteria that guarantee its development. In this sense, the present article evidences the implementation of a maturity model that allows the establishment of quality criteria and improvement plans for the programs of the mentioned methodology.
Chuks Odiegwu-Enwerem, Lai Oso, Lanre Amodu, Uche Chuks-Enwerem, Nelson Okorie
Journal of e-Learning and Higher Education, Volume 2020, pp 1-11; doi:10.5171/2020.290107

S. Hallman, L. Massoud, D. Tomiuk
Journal of e-Learning and Higher Education pp 1-8; doi:10.5171/2020.645632

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

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.
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