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In Search of an Effective Online Campus for Online-only Universities

This is an interim report on an investigation into the psychological and social problems in online campus life at online-only universities. The immediate goal of this research is to search for an effective communication platform for the online campus at the Tokyo Online University (TOU), which has opened its doors to student in April, 2018.

ISSN: 2186-5892 The Asian Conference on Education 2021: Official Conference Proceedings

ACE2020, Online from Tokyo, Japan
Friday, October 31 – Sunday, November 2, 2020
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ISSN: 2432-4264 The IAFOR International Conference on the City 2017: Official Conference Proceedings

CITY2017 NH Collection Barcelona Constanza, Barcelona, Spain
CITY2017 Conference Theme: “Cities of the World. World Cities.”
Friday, July 14 – Sunday, July 16, 2017
ISSN: 2432-4264

ISSN: 2432-4264 The IAFOR International Conference on the City 2016: Official Conference Proceedings

CITY2016 NH Collection Barcelona Constanza, Barcelona, Spain
CITY2016 Conference Theme: “The City: Site and History”
Saturday, July 16 – Monday, July 18, 2016
ISSN: 2432-4264

ISSN: 2432-4264 The IAFOR International Conference on the City 2018: Official Conference Proceedings

CITY2018 University of Barcelona & NH Collection Barcelona Constanza, Barcelona, Spain
CITY2018 Conference Theme: “Fearful Futures: Cities in the Twenty-First Century”
Friday, July 13 – Sunday, July 15, 2018
ISSN: 2432-4264

ISSN: 2189-1036 – The IAFOR International Conference on Education – Hawaii 2019 Official Conference Proceedings

IICEHawaii2019, The Hawai‘i Convention Center, Honolulu, Hawaii, U.S.A.
Conference Theme: “Independence & Interdependence”
Friday, January 3 – Sunday, January 5, 2019
ISSN: 2189-1036

ISSN: 2188-9635 – The European Conference on Cultural Studies 2016: Official Conference Proceedings

ECCS2016 The Jurys Inn Brighton Waterfront, Brighton, United Kingdom
ECCS2016 Conference Theme: “Cultural Struggle and Praxis: Negotiating Power and the Everyday”
Monday, July 11 – Thursday, July 14, 2016
ISSN: 2188-9635

ISSN: 2188-9643 The European Conference on Media, Communication and Film 2015: Official Conference Proceedings

EUROMEDIA2015 Thistle Brighton, Brighton, United Kingdom
EUROMEDIA2015 Conference Theme: “Human Rights, Justice, Media and Culture” & “Power”
Monday, July 13 – Thursday, July 16, 2015
ISSN: 2188-9643

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Coping Up With Online Learning During the Pandemic: Challenges for Rural Students in Bangladesh

Around 38 million students were affected due to the COVID 19 related closure in Bangladesh. Students from rural areas have faced difficulties during the pandemic to cope up with online education. The education turned virtual but there was no such framework, guidelines and need-based arrangements for a smooth operation of online learning. While the pandemic

ISSN: 2186-5892 The Asian Conference on Education 2020: Official Conference Proceedings

ACE2020, Online from Tokyo, Japan
Friday, October 31 – Sunday, November 2, 2020
ISSN: 2186-5892

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Assessing College Students’ Readiness for Online Learning

Advancements in technology and pedagogy with respect to distance education have highlighted the need for higher education institutions to adapt to these changes and embrace online learning as an alternative approach to instructional delivery. To assess students’ readiness to this non-conventional modality, the current study utilized the Online Learning Readiness Scale (OLRS) by administering an

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Preparing Students for Taking the Common Recruitment Examination (CRE): The Design of an Online Self-paced Courseware and Evaluation

Preparing Students for Taking the Common Recruitment Examination (CRE): The Design of an Online Self-paced Courseware and Evaluation After years of education, graduates are naturally keen to give something back and contribute to society. One of the most efficient ways is to join the civil service and serve the public. The Civil Service Bureau of

ISSN: 2188-1146 – The European Conference on Sustainability, Energy & the Environment 2015: Official Conference Proceedings

ECSEE2015 Thistle Brighton, Brighton, United Kingdom
ECSEE2015 Conference Theme: “Power”
Thursday, July 9 – Sunday, July 12, 2015
ISSN: 2188-1146

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Professional Development for Teaching Online and Hybrid Courses in Higher Education

All institutions want their faculty to have confidence going into a classroom to teach their subject, whether face to face classes, hybrid classes that are partially online, or fully online classes. How can institutions support their faculty to be effective and independent in the classroom teaching hybrid and online courses? This talk will walk through the

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Predicting Consumer’s Intention to Buy Local Specialty Online

The purchases of local specialties were usually seen in conventional physical stores in the past. The potential consumers were the tourists who visited the stores. Renowned products did not necessarily imply big business in this pattern of trading. With the imposition of “free independent travel” for Mainland China tourists, and the introduction of “one town

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Online Learning Perceptions and Online Learning Self-efficacy: Do Students’ Characteristics and Access to Technology Matter?

While online learning has become the delivery mode of choice to facilitate flexible or distance learning amid the COVID-19 pandemic, this alternative approach to instruction has challenged the entire educational system in the Philippines. This descriptive study examined the online learning perceptions and online learning self-efficacy of 2027 students at a private college in Manila.

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400 Million Students in Asia Looking for Quality Online Degree Programs

There are an estimated 400 million early and mid-career professionals in China that are interested in getting a graduate degree. There are not enough residential universities to support this demand. Consequently, Asian students are looking to international institutions for degree options. Many Asian students that were studying abroad are now back at home due to

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Exploring the Challenges of Academic Fatigue and Strategies to Enhance Retention for the Determined Ones (TDOs) in Online Learning

The daily activities of educational institutions globally were affected by the Covid-19 Pandemic in 2020. The abrupt transition from on-campus to distance learning gave students and educators limited time to prepare for such a massive shift in teaching and learning. Students with disabilities (dubbed TDO students in the UAE), were negatively impact because their normal

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Development and Integration of Freely Available Technology into Online STEM Courses to Create a Proctored Environment During Exams

The current coronavirus pandemic has left many universities and their instructors in a sudden requirement of online education. For small private universities this creates an even more precarious situation as funds for online proctors or the purchase of software for online assessment monitoring is frequently insufficient. In addition, online assesments for STEM courses are often

ISSN: 2189-101X – The Asian Conference on Education & International Development 2021 Official Conference Proceedings

ACEID2021, Online from Toshi Center Hotel, Tokyo, Japan
Monday, March 22 – Wednesday, March 24, 2021
ISSN: 2189-101X

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Learning and Teaching TESOL Online During the Pandemic – Experiences From Chinese International Students and Their Lecturer in New Zealand

This study focuses on challenges for students and lecturers adapting to online teaching and learning during the pandemic. The project reports on two international student cohorts from China who had expected to be immersed in an English-speaking country for their undergraduate degree but were forced to study online. In July 2019, the Bachelor of Education

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Learning Experiences of Online English Learning With Pedagogical Redesign for Complementing Formal Face-to-Face Learning

The use of online learning in education has increased rapidly during the pandemic. Both teachers and students are more familiarized with technologies in online teaching and learning. With the readiness of technology, some educational institutes started adopting more blended learning after the resumption of face-to-face learning. However, some institutes consider the online mode as a

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Teaching Music in the Times of the Pandemic: Pedagogical Pathways for Online Learning

The online learning environment demanded by pandemic conditions in China has offered opportunities for teachers to engage internet-savvy students, but also presented serious obstacles to unmediated face-to-face teaching. The possibilities for student collective collaboration in real time, the difficulties of teachers to connect with the sheer immediacy of music performance and its physical nuances, and

ISSN: 2188-9627 The European Conference on Psychology and the Behavioral Sciences 2015: Official Conference Proceedings

ECP2015 Thistle Brighton, Brighton, United Kingdom
ECP2015 Conference Theme: “Power”
Monday, July 6, 2015 – Wednesday, July 8, 2015
ISSN: 2188-9627

ISSN: 2189-101X – The Asian Conference on Education & International Development 2020 Official Conference Proceedings

ACEID2020, Toshi Center Hotel, Tokyo, Japan
Tuesday, March 24 – Thursday, March 26, 2020
ISSN: 2189-101X

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Designing Online Language Courses: Lessons Learned from Teaching Vietnamese Language and Culture for Japanese Learners

This presentation shows the lessons learned after several courses on “Basic Vietnamese language and culture” targeting Japanese university students and adult learners, which have been conducted in 2020. Influenced by the Covid-19 pandemic, the materials and methods prepared for conventional classroom have been adapted and modified in order to suit the online platform. Although intended

ISSN: 2435-5240 The Southeast Asian Conference on Education 2020: Official Conference Proceedings

SEACE2020, MAX Atria at Singapore EXPO, Singapore
Friday, February 7– Sunday, February 9, 2020
ISSN: 2435-5240

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Best Practices for Teaching a Course on Culture for EFL Undergraduate Students in Japan and Abroad: Based on Literature Review From 2016 to 2021

This literature review examined academic papers written in Japanese and English on how courses on culture for EFL (i.e., English as a foreign language) undergraduate students in Japan and abroad were taught, and suggestions for teaching that scholars and educators have for educators and administrators. The databases used were CiNii, ERIC, and ProQuest with full

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Social Justice for Deaf Students in Indonesia: Implementing the Right to Education by Learning Sign Language for All

As the government of the Republic of Indonesia initiates a 12-years compulsory study program for all students, both system and study approach are different in each level of education. The higher level of education is, the more specific major the pupils learn in school. Moreover, the education system in Indonesia has a uniformity aiming to

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Development and Validation of Questionnaire on Self-Regulated Learning Strategies in Online Learning Environment

Covid-19 has resulted in a sudden shift in education settings, from face-to-face to online learning sessions. In view of this major change, it is necessary to study students’ self-regulation strategies in an online environment to enable the teachers to develop online materials that will guide students to become successful in their learning. This study aimed

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Preparing Higher Education Teachers for Successful Online Teaching: Where Does Your Students’ Motivation Come From?

The present study aims to 1) discover the source of higher education (HE) students’ motivation and explore the basis of their motivation from their point of view, and 2) discuss the best practices and strategies employed by HE teachers to motivate their students in online or remote learning environments. The study’s objective is to listen

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Managing the Barriers to Online Learning: Towards a Framework for a Resilient and Inclusive Virtual Classroom

This paper identifies the barriers to online learning face by the students and explores the strategies they employ to manage them in the face of this international crisis. From the narratives of the learners, and the literature a framework for a resilient and inclusive virtual classroom is developed. A descriptive mixed-method design is employed. Data

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Digital Transformation in Art Education for Pre-service and In-service Primary School Teachers: Potential and Challenges

The sudden disruption of normal classes caused by COVID-19 and the transition to Emergency Remote Teaching in Higher Education brought into focus the challenges as well as the opportunities afforded through remote learning-teaching to offer high quality educational experiences (Azorìn 2020, Harris 2020, Hodges et al 2020, Rapanta et al 2020, UNESCO, 2020). The new

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Benefits for Bystanders? Effects of the Japan-South Korea and the US-China Trade Dispute for Japan (2018-2020)

The China-US and the Japan-South Korea trade dispute since 2018 and 2019 involve Japan’s three top trading partners. This paper provides a comparative analysis of economic spillovers for Japan from both disputes between 2018 and 2020. The author argues that the China-US dispute entailed positive and negative spillovers for Japan as a bystander. As a

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A Blended Learning Model for Public Senior High Schools in the Division of Laguna

This study aimed to design a blended learning model for public senior high schools in the division of Laguna. A descriptive-quantitative research design was considered in the study and utilized the neo-positivism for objectivity and neutrality of the research process. A survey using Mercado’s eLearning readiness assessment tool and eLearning System Readiness Assessment(ELSRA) based on

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Negotiating the Place for Human Rights in Education- Implications for Curricular Integration

Human rights have long been an area of concern and active research since the inception of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) in 1948. The World Programme for Human Rights Education (2005-2014) has also re-emphasized the need for integrating human rights in school education as well as in the professional training of teachers through

ISSN: 2186-4705 – The Asian Conference on Technology in the Classroom 2016: Official Conference Proceedings

ACTC2016 Art Center of Kobe, Kobe, Japan
Conference Theme: “Convergence and Divergence”
Thursday, April 28 – Sunday, May 1 2016
ISSN: 2186-4705

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Racism in Canada: First Nations Education in Canada

Canada has two very different systems of education. The Constitution Act, 1982 gives responsibility for education to both the provincial/territorial and the federal government. Each system is responsible for education within their areas of constitutional responsibility. The first one is the thirteen provincial/territorial education systems. These systems have a legislative base, policies, programs & services, personnel,

ISSN: 2758-0989 – The European Conference on Arts, Design & Education 2022 Official Conference Proceedings

ECADE2022 – Held onsite and online from the University of Porto, Portugal
Thursday, July 7 – Sunday, July 10, 2022
ISSN: 2758-0989

ISSN: 2432-8642 – The IAFOR International Conference on Sustainability, Energy & the Environment – Hawaii 2021 Official Conference Proceedings

IICSEEHawaii2021
January 06-10, 2021 | Held online from Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
ISSN: 2432-8642

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Online Reviews in an E-Commerce Environment: Impact on Brand Trust and Consumer Equity

This study adopts a quantitative approach using a factorial between-subjects experimental design to determine the effects of online reviews on brand trust and consumer equity. Customer equity links closely with customer value, brand value and relationships unlike willingness to buy. An online user discussion forum was purpose-built to conduct experimental research for this study, using

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Is it Cheating If Nobody’s Watching? Conflicting Beliefs about Dishonesty in Online Learning

This paper addresses part of an extensive study investigating faculty and student perceptions of academic integrity in online courses. This analysis compares the quantitative responses to the qualitative responses of a survey sent to three institutions asking 1800 faculty and students their beliefs about cheating in online courses. The conclusions drawn from this analysis of

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L2 WTC and Relatedness in Social Online Classrooms: Findings from a Longitudinal Action Research Project in a Japanese University Classroom

Synchronous, video-mediated online classrooms offer a range of challenges that do not exist in traditional, face-to-face classrooms in terms of enacting L2 willingness to communicate (WTC). Social proximity, which facilitates group cohesion and relatedness, is often reduced in online spaces resulting in significant implications for L2 learners’ desire to communicate. As the second iteration of

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Designing an Online Simulation Board Game with Realistic Patients and Dynamic Electrocardiogram Situations for Learning First Aid Abilities

Due to the pandemic of COVID-19, many physical first aid courses have been converted to online courses. However, first aid courses emphasize providing realistic situations that facilitate the learner’s ability to make accurate and immediate judgments and decisions according to patients’ conditions. This study aims to develop an online educational board game, Heartbeat Moment (beta)

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A Collaborative Online International Learning Case Study Between the University of Hawai’i Hilo and Hong Kong Baptist University

With continuous globalization and technological improvements, today’s marketers need to effectively design marketing strategies for global markets that companies of various sizes can pursue. An effective way for students to gain this experience without spending money on travel is to conduct COIL (Collaborative Online International Learning) classroom experiences. COIL was first established in 2006 and

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Designing A Multiple Submission Policy Supporting Mastery Learning for a Design Thinking Class in a Purely Online Learning Environment

Mastery learning is defined as an approach where students are equipped with complex skills required in the VUCA world instead of simple skills that only apply to traditional classrooms. One way to encourage mastery learning in the classroom is through repeated assessment, specifically formative ones. In this paper, we describe our experience in designing a

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Leveraging Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) for Increased Access and Quality Education in Nigeria

The rising demand for higher education across the educational landscape at different contexts has made it increasingly necessary for research into innovative ideas that could transform the higher educational system for increased access and opportunities to acquire quality and affordable education. Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) are recent ‘disruptive’ additions in higher education, over the

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Effectiveness of Using Smartphone Instant Messaging (IM) App for Academic Discussion in an Undergraduate Chemistry Course

In this study, the effectiveness of using a smartphone instant messaging (IM) app (WhatsApp) for academic discussion for a first year half-credit Chemistry course in SUTD was examined. Academic discussion during and after instructional teaching is an integral part of learning. However, only 32% of the student participants had used online platform, such as Piazza

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University Students’ Perceptions of Using a Communication Platform for English Speaking Courses

Attributable to the fast pace of globalization, demand for effective English speaking skills has been growing rapidly. It is clear that a greater enhancement of the communication skills of university students is a critical mission of English educators. At the current time, an array of communication platforms is being used across different education levels. The

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Best Practices for Graduation Thesis Instruction for Undergraduate Students: Comparing and Contrasting Experiences of Thesis Writing in Japan and Abroad

The purpose of this paper is to provide readers best practices for undergraduate thesis instruction in Japan and abroad through review of literature from 2019 and 2020 on writing graduation theses. Peer-reviewed journals written in Japanese and English were searched in February 2020 related to graduation thesis instruction. The following database were utilized to obtain

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Spatial Modeling for People Forest by Using Remote Sensing-GIS and AHP to Support Rural Municipal Sustainable Development for the SDGs

People forest or non-state forest in rural municipality able to act as lungs that can provide coolness and ensure the sustainability of the surrounding ecosystem. Although there are many levels of importance to land use, land use for people forest area must also be prioritized. So, it needs to support people forest area for sustainable

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Gender Differences in the Effects of Expectancies for Hypnotic State on Attitude Towards Hypnosis

Significant but weak positive correlations between expectancies for the hypnotic state and attitude towards hypnosis (Nakatani et al., 2021a) are reported in women. Fukui (2012a, b) analyzed gender as a control variable and found the moderating effects of interpersonal dependency or empathy in the effects of expectancies for the hypnotic state on attitude towards hypnosis.

ISSN: 2186-4705 – The Asian Conference on Technology in the Classroom 2017: Official Conference Proceedings

ACTC2017 Art Center of Kobe, Kobe, Japan
Conference Theme: “Educating for Change”
Thursday, May 11 – Sunday, May 14 2017
ISSN: 2186-4705

ISSN: 2432-8642 – The IAFOR International Conference on Sustainability, Energy & the Environment – Hawaii 2020 Official Conference Proceedings

IICEHawaii2020, The Hawai‘i Convention Center, Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
Friday, January 10 – Sunday, January 12, 2020
ISSN: 2432-8642

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Exploring the Concept of Inuit School Leadership in Nunavut, Canada

Throughout the past 50 years, characteristics associated with competent educational leaders have changed. In the 1960s–1970s, educational leaders embodied autocratic styles of management. By the turn of the century, accountability, technology, and data-based decision-making were influencing the culture of schools (Hargreaves & Fink, 2006), and educational leaders began to call upon the skills of staff

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Indigenous Students’ Storywork: Local-to-Global Transformative Learning and Growth

Storywork by 5 Indigenous Canadian post-secondary students/mentees highlights their transformative learning experiences through a local-to-global service learning field school. This program was funded by the Alberta Indigenous Mentorship in Health Innovation (AIM-HI) Network as a foundation for students to succeed in Indigenous health and community-based research. Mentees were a blend of undergraduate (n=4) and graduate

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To Explore the Relationship Between Socio-demographic Factors and Online Social Capital Among Undergraduate Students in Hong Kong

Along with the development of information technology, the concept of social capital has been extended to the online perspective. Major limitations of the offline social capital include the information was most often describing the socio-economic status of parents rather than the children per se. The main objectives of the study was to examine the current

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Online Discussion Using Facebook Module Versus Moodle Forum Module in a Moodle Platform: Feedback From Secondary Students in Tonga

Students engagement in online discussion sometimes defines their learning attitudes. However, the tools that is being used for online discussion may also frame the attitudes of the students in online discussion. Facebook(R) has been considered by some researchers as a great platform for online discussion. Students engagement and attitudes is part of their objectives. Many

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Students’ Perceptions of a Designed Online Asynchronous Learning Activity Regarding the Community of Inquiry (COI) Framework

The COVID-19 pandemic situation is causing a rapid shift in higher education to be an online instruction or distance learning. This sudden change forces instructors around the globe to transform or re-design an offline course to be online instruction. In order to design an online course effectively, the Community of Inquiry (CoI) framework has become

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Teacher-Learner Engagement in Online Learning Modality in a Private Catholic School: Towards the Development of Teacher Upskilling Matrix

The CoViD-19 pandemic has put an end to the prevailing ideology underlying the educational system in the Philippines. The use of interactive online classrooms as a replacement for conventional education has been a concern for both teachers and learners since they were given a limited time to learn and relearn these platforms. Teachers were obliged

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Creating a Student Community in an Online Space: The Romance and the Reality

This study aimed to explain the romance and the reality of creating an online community for Master’s students in the COVID-19 context, and investigate the barriers and enablers to engaging in community online. In the urban university where this study was conducted, there are large postgraduate taught programmes with students who differ in their ability

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Has Online Media Fulfilled Journalism Ethics for News Coverage of Revenge Porn Victims?

In 2017, a girl as victim of revenge porn with the initials HA, became a trending topic on social media. Most online media made this case as their headline news, but they had not kept the secret of HA’s identity. They actually exposed the identity of HA specifically, such as her full name, her social

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Evaluation of Face-to-face and Online Learning for Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Courses

Having moved predominantly online with the UK national lockdown of 2020, a comparison was made of two entrepreneurship courses at The University of Manchester, taught its first online academic year, with the previous year’s versions which were face to face. It was found that students generally adapted well to online teaching, feedback and attainment were

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The Effectiveness of Online Portfolios for Assessment in Higher Education

The use of online portfolios for both summative and formative assessment is an important part of blended learning. At Queen Mary University of London Engineering School (QMES), English Language and Professional Development Planning modules utilised portfolios as one of the ways for formative assessment. Students kept individual and group portfolios throughout the academic year to

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The Development and Evaluation of an Online Educational Game Integrated with Gather Town for Nursing Staff Learning

Many on-the-job training courses for nursing education have been converted to online courses due to the pandemic. However, the emergency and intensive training courses emphasize the provision of real situations to promote the learners’ ability to make accurate observations and instant judgments based on the patient’s situations. This research developed an online educational simulation game

ISSN: 2188-1162 The European Conference on Education 2020: Official Conference Proceedings

ECE2020 Online from London, United Kingdom
Friday, July 17 – Sunday, July 19, 2020
ISSN: 2188-1162

ISSN: 2189-1036 – The IAFOR International Conference on Education – Hawaii 2020 Official Conference Proceedings

IICEHawaii2020, The Hawai‘i Convention Center, Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
Friday, January 10 – Sunday, January 12, 2020
ISSN:2189-1036

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Education and Training for Social Change: Analyzing a Social Welfare Model for Grassroots Development in Bangladesh

The shortage of skilled workers is the major barriers to economic prosperity in Bangladesh. A third of its population falls between 10-24 years old but the youth forces are not well-trained with technical education and social knowledge. The present study shows how philanthropic endeavors can contribute to improving the vulnerable conditions of the rural population

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A Study for Entrepreneurial Education for the Middle-ages

The purpose of this paper is to explore the significance of considering the characteristics of the entrepreneurial process in entrepreneurial education for middle ages. In an ageing society, starting self-employment from middle-age is expected more than ever. Recent entrepreneurial studies have shown that middle-aged entrepreneurs are more successful than young ones. Since the 1990s, entrepreneurial

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Correlation on Mindfulness, Self Esteem and Impulsive Buying Among Female Online Shopper

As the development of technology and Internet increases, many items can be purchased online. A person no longer need to come to the place to buy a desired product while they could shop online. People do shop based on human need and motivation to buy. Feelings and emotions are influenced by human mindset, and the

ISSN: 2432-1222 – The IAFOR International Conference on Technology in the Classroom – Hawaii 2017 Official Conference Proceedings

IICTCHawaii2017, The Hawai‘i Convention Center, Honolulu, Hawaii, U.S.A.
Conference Theme: “Educating for Change”
Sunday, January 8 – Tuesday, January 10, 2017
ISSN: 2432-1222

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Improving Energy Scavenging Capacity via a Vertically Configured Closed-Circuit Pro System

A novel configuration for a closed-circuit PRO system is described. The PRO system enables fluid flow in both the draw and feed channels using gravitational potential energy. As a result the novel PRO system requires neither pressurization pumps nor the use of generated energy in running the pressurization pumps and can recover a significant amount

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Action Research at Educare: Shifting Focus to the Learner for the 21st Century

A new small-school, Educare or Edu2 (pronounced edu-car-ai; from the Latin word meaning “to draw out”) opened its doors in Montreal, Canada, in September 2019. Edu2 has launched an innovative educational environment to address the challenges of preparing students to live meaningful and fulfilling lives in the 21st century. In order to achieve that, Edu2

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A Study of an Online Community of Practice for EFL Learning in a Chinese University

The aim of this paper is to report the investigation of an online communication group as a supplementary media for student learning English; and to report how communication online facilitated student learning and student-teacher relationship. Drawing literature on reflection and Communities of Practice (CoPs), a case study was undertaken involving 30 students in an online

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Five Years of Online Instruction: Lessons Learned

This paper outlines the researcher’s individual growth and evolution of online instruction over the span five years. The details of this paper include a synthesis of recent research combined with online teaching experience. The method used is autoethnography in which the author seeks to analyze personal experience within the cultural context of teaching in the

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The Normal Habits and Environmental Governance of Online Advertisements

When an advertisement meets a network, it actually transfers the use of human weakness to its emergence. The support of technology for releasing of human weaknesses inevitably brings changes in normal habits of online advertisement. And the changes of the ecological environment of online advertisements leads to the vulgarization of it. Due to factors such

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Nursing, Health Technician and Midwifery Students’ Perceptions of Their First Fully Online Learning Experience During the Covid-19 Pandemic: A Cross-Sectional Study

This paper examines undergraduate nursing, health technician and midwifery students’ perceptions of their first fully online learning experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic period. Online learning was a solution for several countries during the COVID-19 pandemic to pursue studies and protect students. Understanding nursing students perceptions of their experiences related to the online learning is crucial

ISSN: 2188-1162 The European Conference on Education 2021: Official Conference Proceedings

ECE2021 Online from London, United Kingdom
Thursday, July 15 – Sunday, July 18, 2021
ISSN: 2188-1162

ISSN: 2189-1036 – The IAFOR International Conference on Education – Hawaii 2021 Official Conference Proceedings

IICEHawaii2021
January 06-10, 2021 | Held online from Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
ISSN:2189-1036

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Creative Strategies for Making Technology-Based Decisions in Education

The article is dedicated to the specifics of creating creative strategies for making technology- based decisions. The rapid development of digital technologies requires a new type of design of creative thinking, which requires instant, correct and original making of technology-based decisions in the learning process. A study was conducted with a developed author’s questionnaire for

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The Effects of Mindfulness on Adolescents With Special Needs’ Readiness for Learning

Special needs educators, anecdotally, feedback that students demonstrated adverse learning behaviours and attitudes towards academic learning by adolescent age, compared to their peers, when they face severe learning challenges. With preliminary evidences supporting mindfulness-based programmes’ positive effects on academic functioning, this pilot study aims to investigate the effects of providing adolescent students with mindfulness tools

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Material Design and Audio-Visual Narratives for Pedagogy: Theoretical Premises and Evaluation Tools for Experimenting Stop-Motion Animation as Teaching Method

Since the early 1900s the pedagogical research has matured a materialist perspective, recognizing the essential contribution of creative practice and material experience within learning paths. Starting from John Dewey’s philosophy of experience (1938), passing through Maria Montessori and Bruno Munari’s experimental teaching methods, Riccardo Massa’s “educational materiality”, to the most recent socio-material approaches, pedagogy has

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An Interdisciplinary Look Behind the Top 100 International Universities Recognized for Innovation: Geographically, Historically, and Financially

The need for higher education institutions to strategically innovate proves no small feat given strong heritage and reputations for being slow to change. In fact, the international universities most recognized for innovation by Reuters (2018) span distinctive eras from around the world with the oldest such as Oxford, founded in 1096, and Harvard, dubbed the

ISSN: 2435-7030 – The Asian Conference on Language 2021: Official Conference Proceedings

ACL2021, Online from Toshi Center Hotel, Tokyo, Japan
Thursday, March 25 – Saturday, April 27, 2021
ISSN: 2435-7030

ISSN: 2186-229X – The Asian Conference on Arts & Humanities 2021 Official Conference Proceedings

ACAH2021 – Held online from Tokyo, Japan
Monday, May 24 – Wednesday, May 26, 2021
ISSN: 2186-229X

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The Millennial Inventory: A New Instrument to Identify Pre- Versus Post- Millennialist Orientation

Millennialism is an influential topic in peace studies and religious literature, and is generally divided into the following two subcategories: premillennialism and postmillennialism (Galtung, 1965, 1985; Kay, 1999; Mason, 2004). Premillennialists subscribe to the belief that Christ will initiate the beginning of the millennial age (Galtung, 1964). Postmillennialists believe that Christ will come after the

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University Students’ Perceptions of Social Experiences in Online Learning: A Post-COVID-19 Perspective

Since the emergence of COVID-19 in 2020, online learning has become increasingly important as an alternative to face-to-face higher education (HE) programme delivery globally, including in Malaysia and Singapore. With limited physical and social contact, communication, collaboration, and knowledge-sharing through digital tools play a large part in enhancing students’ virtual learning experience. Based on the

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Online Teaching Readiness of High School Teachers in Special Education

The advent of technology in the 21st century transformed the educational landscape initiating a shift from traditional face-to-face teaching to online teaching. Moving the classroom experience to digital platform poses a challenge on the online teaching readiness of teachers, more so in special education where the teachers’ intensive guidance and specialized skills are matched to

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Maximising Student Engagement in Online and Blended Learning: A Survey of Learner Preferences

Blended learning is the integration of classroom face-to-face (F2F) learning with online learning experiences to engage students in a flexible learning framework. F2F lecturing is generally described as being more engaging. However, the incorporation of online resources gives students choice and flexibility in how they approach their studies, and can offer an additional tool to

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Online Comic in Mandarin Chinese Vocabulary Learning: A Case Study of Budi Utama Multilingual School in Yogyakarta, Indonesia

This research aims to 1) investigate the improvement of CFL elementary-school students’ skill in learning Mandarin Chinese vocabulary through creating comic individually without online resources, creating online comics individually and collaboratively, 2) investigate the CFL elementary-school students’ attitude towards the application of online comics in learning Mandarin Chinese vocabulary, and 3) investigate the CFL elementary-school

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Trusting for Authentic Friendshps in the Perceptive World of Everybody Lies Online

With the technological advancement of communication, especially the internet, more and more people no longer live life in a set of relatively fixed settings but rather they live through online societies. In online venues, it is easier for individuals to have power to manage their relationships, making it freer and expanding possibilities. As such, an

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Lifelong Learning: Leveraging Open Educational Resources (OER) and Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) to Continuously Learn with Minimal Financial Investment

This presentation will be an overview of resources for how to continuously learn with online resources for minimal cost. Open Educational Resources (OER) such as free online classes, digital textbooks, and YouTube channels will be reviewed. Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs), Class Central and initiatives around COVID-19 and free classes will be reviewed. Subscription services

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Helping Students Become Excellent Online Learners

This presentation will review best practices for students to use for learning online. Due to COVID and the mass migration of in-person courses transition to online courses, students must learn how to learn effectively online. The presentation will include the core theories in cognition and learning how to learn. Techniques such as the Pomodoro technique,

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Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) and Open Educational Resources (OER): An Overview of Non-Degree, Low Cost Lifelong Education Opportunities

This presentation will be an overview of resources for how to continuously learn with online resources for minimal cost. Open Educational Resources (OER) such as free online classes, digital textbooks, and YouTube channels will be reviewed. Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs), Class Central and initiatives around COVID-19 and free classes will be reviewed. Subscription services

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The Impact of the COVID-19 on Teachers’ Sense of Efficacy and Their Attitudes Towards Online Learning

Teachers’ sense of efficacy has been pinpointed in a rich array of recent studies to determine the teachers’ readiness and success in adapting themselves to online teaching during the abrupt school closure amid the Pandemic. With attempts to ensure the quality of teaching and learning, acknowledgement of teachers’ self-efficacy and attitude towards the new form

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A Real-time Engagement Assessment in Online Learning Process Using Convolutional Neural Network

Engagement is one of essential components in a learning process to provide personalized intervention pedagogy. Since there is a paradigm-shift on information and communications technology (ICT) in education, fostering learner’s engagement is not only for traditional classrooms but also for distance learning settings such as online learning. In this paper, we propose a practical use

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Student-Led Design of Online Tools to Support the Quality of Research Life at the University of Tokyo: A Survey-Based Approach

The Toward Diversity team consists of PhD students from four countries and three graduate schools at the University of Tokyo (UTokyo). In June 2020, at UTokyo’s Post-Corona Society Future Vision Symposium, we proposed an online platform to support the quality of research life among students and faculty members, with a focus on promoting diversity. Our

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The Use of a ClassPoint Tool for Student Engagement During Online Lesson

Teaching online can be quite different than in the classroom where instructor can physically interact with the students. With the aim to encourage student engagement and learning, a synchronous Classroom Response System called ClassPoint was implemented together through live video conference platform for some first-year undergraduate courses in SUTD as it allowed real-time interaction between

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The Rising Importance of Soft Skills for IT-Students: Working Online in Agile Globally Distributed Teams During the Pandemic

During the current pandemic, globally distributed software development teams have had to adapt their communication strategies. IT-students will need to learn new soft skills during their university studies. This work presents results from qualitative interviews of IT professionals during the current pandemic. Specific problems in adapting to remote, online work were identified. Although technical hurdles

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Teachers’ Perceptions to an Online Lexicon “Ġabra” as a Reference for Adults Learning Maltese as a Foreign Language

The employment of PCs and handheld devices for the access of information has become a standard social expectation. This behaviour is now a common norm, especially within student culture. However, this shift towards digitalization in formal educational settings has neither been rapid nor prolific. While reasons can vary, they may include the fact that peoples’