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Systematic Design to Enhance Learning: Multimedia Resources in Online Learning

The purpose of the study was to investigate how dynamic (i.e., animated visuals with narration) versus non-dynamic (i.e., static visuals with narration) multimedia learning resources and spatial ability relate to learning outcomes. The study hypothesized that learning outcomes would differ more distinctly between lower and higher spatial ability learners when using non-dynamic resources as dynamic

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Whose Culture? Exploring Multiculturalism Through Ministry-approved Children’s Literature in the Republic of Croatia

This research aims to explore how the mandatory children’s literature, prescribed by the Ministry of Science and Education and covered within the school subject ”Croatian Language,” depicts Croatian cultural heterogeneity and global cultural diversity and whether it offers examples of vocabulary that would assist elementary school students in engaging in critical analyses about human-rights topics

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Facilitating Autonomous Learning During a Health Crisis – COVID-19 Contingency Plan in Singapore

As the Singapore government raised its alert level in the wake of the COVID-19 epidemic, language programmes were urged to step up and offer emergency contingency plan to convert all face-to-face lectures into online lessons. This necessary action, namely a switch from classroom to communication technologies posed a number of challenges for language modules to

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Open Learning EFL Systems: A Multi-Faceted Approach

This presentation reports on a one-year longitudinal study that adopted a blended teaching approach and aimed at designing and implementing an online EFL course to be used by students aged 13-16 years old along our more traditional face-to-face lessons. The reason for creating a more dynamic learning environment aligned with the rest of the curriculum

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Effects of Social Media Features on Music Teaching and Learning During the COVID-19 Movement Control Order (MCO)

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused many education organisations to make full use of various online communication platform technologies to continue teaching. This study aims at gaining a deeper understanding of the usefulness of an e-learning platform for teaching and learning activities. It focuses on the trends of social media usage as well as a student’s

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Are High-proficiency Learners Effective Feedback Providers? A Case Study on Online Peer Feedback in L2 Writing

Due to the advancement of technology or computers, it provides language learners with ample opportunity to engage in meaningful communication in the target language without physical and time constraints. In another line of research on peer feedback in second language (L2) learning, a common belief held by most practitioners is that providing feedback on written

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A Study of Students’ Orientation in the Virtual Classroom

One of the most important features determining successful adjustment and learning in the virtual classroom (VCR) is an individual’s ability to quickly, independently, and flexibly orient oneself in the new learning environment. It means grasping an idea of information-technological resources as well as the course organization with its academic, administrative, technical, and communicational requirements. In

ISSN: 2186-4705 – The Asian Conference on Technology in the Classroom 2012 – Official Conference Proceedings

Globalization, Culture and Society: What role does language play?
April 26-28 2012, Osaka, Japan
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Adult Learners’ Perspectives on Distance Learning

The COVID-19 pandemic has demanded distance learning as an alternative to conventional classroom learning methods. The study’s aim was to explore the advantages and challenges of online learning as perceived by adult learners of Maltese as a second language. Data was collected from 35 adult participants by using semi-structured interviews comprised of open-ended questions. The

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Exploring Learning Performance of Using Different Scaffolding on Problem-Based Learning

The essence of Problem-based learning is to construct knowledge, to share knowledge, to approach their goal, and to solve the problems. However, in online collaborative construction environments, environmental changes and personal characteristics will considerably affect the effectiveness of the problem-based learning. Therefore, online instructors need to provide facilitations to help learners completed their learning tasks.

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Chat-Based Learning Management Assistant Hybrid Learning

The communication channel for distance learning has been evolved from physical mail, teleconferencing, and email. However, the current trend of the most common communication channel has shifted to online chat. It has replaced the email for most of the communication, and it is almost real-time as well as easily accessible. The work introduces a new

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If the Amazon Turkers Are Representative of the “New” Economy, What Does it Mean for Mental Health Services?

Objectives: The structure of formal economies has changed significantly in the past decade, making millions of people partly or wholly dependent on the “gig economy.” This study illustrates the different personality and psychological profile of this growing population group, and how it relates to a need for different mental health services. Design and Methods: A cross-sectional

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Language Use and Identity within the Virtual Community of Mahjoob.com

This paper introduces the virtual community of the Mahjoob.com website, a global community of 1,261 web forum posters, where globalizing and localizing techno-linguistic trends are simultaneously manifested by web forum posters who strategically select between English, Arabic, and 3arabizi, an online Arabic-English hybrid language, in order to project different online identities. To illustrate these trends,

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The Implementation of Electronic Transactions as Seen from the Consumer Protection Law

Nowadays, the development of information technology and telecommunications has resulted in the various services of existing telecommunication facilities, as well as the products of sophisticated information technology which are able to integrate with the information media. Computer as a tool of people which is supported in the technology development makes the trade to be smooth

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Learner Responses to Language Exchange Activities in a Technology-mediated Environment in the COVID-19 Era

In response to the pandemic, language teachers around the globe are transforming their face-to-face courses into online courses and developing technology-mediated online activities has become one of the pressing tasks. While the body of research on online teaching addressing current day issues is rapidly growing (e.g., Foreign Language Annals. 2020; 53), research exploring students’ reactions

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Exploration of Self-regulation and Impulsiveness Between Problematic Online Gamers and Non-gamers

Self-regulation refers to the basic skills of attention, which is an advanced level process on conscience and effortful inhibitory control (Konstanz, 2009; Liu & Chang, 2018). Previous research studies claimed that self-regulation might be one of the important risk factors for game addiction (Griffiths, 2010; Safarina & Halimah, 2019; Yau et al., 2013). In addition,

ISSN: 2188-272X The Asian Conference on Society, Education & Technology 2016: Official Conference Proceedings

ACSET2016, Art Center of Kobe, Kobe, Japan
Conference Theme: “Education and Social Justice: Educating for Equality Within and Across Borders”
Thursday, October 20 – Sunday, October 23, 2016
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KOL Training on Live-Streaming Platform in Taiwan

Recently, with the coming of multimedia and technology development, new-type industries come out. In addition, live-streaming industries are the crucial milestones in 21st century. We can combine videos, short clips and online community to develop new business model. Through online community and social software, people can share their daily lives online with their creativity to

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Networked Music Improvisation: A Common Rhythm for Art and Science.

In a context of isolation of different knowledge, simultaneous online music improvisation reestablishes a sense of justice synthesizing equanimous “points of view” in a unique experience called the “moment of hearing”. This is the outcome of intending to hear and perform in a common pulse that replaces the sense of touch in technologically mediated communication.

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Study of University Education in COVID-19: Considering Future Lectures Based on Survey Results

COVID-19, which is longer than expected, has a great negative impact on our society and life. We are restricted in our actions and many restaurants and businesses are bankrupt. The unemployed are also accelerating. In the field of education as well, various restrictions were imposed, and we had no choice but to change to a

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Fostering Outgoing Mobility by Implementing an Innovative Online Platform for Partner University Allocation – ITMO University Educational Design Practices

Within the Russian internationalisation strategy for increasing incoming and outgoing academic mobility indicators, ITMO University utilises a variety of tools to match the objective. Increased number of ITMO students aimed at spending a semester abroad and constantly growing number of 200+ active academic partners worldwide become a challenge which calls an innovative solution. While students

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Students’ Experiences with Blended Learning Using a Flipped Classroom Approach

Flipped classrooms have recently emerged as a result of technological, instructional and pedagogical developments. They reflect a specific approach to blended learning in which direct instruction is shifted outside the classroom (in an online learning environment) through the use of digital technologiesGiven the dearth of research on the use and effectiveness of this new blended

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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Technology, Toucan, and Language Education

Globalization and computerization along with the limitations caused by the current pandemic have all moved us towards having more online presence. From online shopping to online learning, all aspects of our lives have been impacted by technology including how we learn and use languages. The goal of this presentation is to discuss various aspects of

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Technology Adoption in Graduate Education: Basis for Faculty Development Plan

With the rapid growth of the technological environment and the current COVID-19 epidemic, the way we interact and conduct business has undergone significant changes. Graduate education institutions are not exempted from these changes, as administrators and faculty are under pressure to research and implement new learning approaches in order to ensure the continuation of service

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The Role of TikTok videos in Facilitating University Student Engagement in Virtual Classrooms in Egypt

TikTok is a video-based application that is immensely popular, especially among young social media users. Research shows that TikTok has been useful in remote learning during the COVID-19 pandemic. The current study examined the uses of TikTok videos among university students in Egypt and how these videos enhanced their online engagement in virtual classrooms. This

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Altered Andragogy: Lessons From Lockdown for Systems Engineering Education

Systems Engineering (SE) is a largely interactive and applied discipline which has been mainly taught via face-to-face tuition. The move to online-only teaching due to the 2020 coronavirus pandemic thus posed significant challenges for SE education. The andragogical strategy involved had to be rethought and redesigned such that key precepts of student learning could be

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Learning Experiences of College Students From Mindanao, Philippines During School Closure

The Coronavirus-19 disrupted almost everything, including schooling. The United Nations (2020) reported that nine in ten students in 166 countries were prevented from attending in-person classes due to government-imposed lockdowns. Academic institutions were forced to modify their modalities and strategies to fulfill their mandate of educating their students. The Notre Dame of Kidapawan College, a

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Is There Still a Gender Myth: Science Fields for Boys and Humanities for Girls?

MEXT, Japan (2006 and 2016) reported the numbers of university students’ enrollments. In the area of Electric Communication Engineering, particular, it is almost 16 times differences in 2006 between men (132,404) and women (8152). It is almost 10 times difference between men (103,476) and women (9546) in 2016. The authors of this study, however, believe

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Flipping with a mooc: A Case Study of an English Academic Writing

Massive Online Open Courses (MOOCs) have been growing in popularity with educational researchers and learners in online environments. Courses in English for Academic Purposes (EAP) in higher education setting often bring together students from different academic backgrounds. However, MOOCs platforms haven’t provided many choices for EAP courses. For this reason, such courses tend to demonstrate

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ISSN: 2186-4705 – The Asian Conference on Technology in the Classroom 2014 – Official Conference Proceedings

ACTC 2014, Osaka, Japan
Conference Theme 2014: “Individual, Community, Society: Connecting, Learning and Growing”
Rihga Royal Hotel, Osaka, Japan
Thursday, April 17, 2014 to Sunday, April 20, 2014
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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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The Empirical Study of a SPOC Embedded Flipped Classroom Model for College Intercultural Communication Course: Perceptions of Students

Higher education in China has experienced a significant transformation from an elite educational system to a stage of massification since the first decade of the 21st century. In 2007, the Department of Higher Education launched the College English Curriculum Requirements, promoting “a computer-assisted and classroom-based teaching model” (p. 8). A Small Private Online Course (SPOC)

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Remote Learning Satisfaction among Higher Education Learners During the COVID-19 Pandemic in Malaysia and Thailand

Covid-19 pandemic that started in early 2020 has exponentially changed how education is delivered to higher education students in Malaysia and Thailand. The present teaching and learning routine that depended much on face-to-face interaction between educators and learners and to a certain extent blended education was disrupted when the world was attacked by the Covid-19

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Supporting Asian Students in US Degree Programs

This presentation will review how different universities are supporting Asian students during the COVID pandemic. Traditionally, some of these programs have required Asian students to attend university in person in the United States. Due to issues with COVID and the US government, many students were not able to obtain the appropriate visa to attend in-person

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Emergency Remote Teaching a New Curriculum During a Pandemic

The COVID-19 outbreaks worldwide led the academic institutions to entirely cancel face-to-face teaching including laboratories and other learning experiences as a step against the risk posed by the virus. Alternatively, various measures were initiated by the higher education providers to implement social isolation, and online or remote teaching was adopted with rapid curriculum transformation. Online

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Remote Teaching of the Arts in a Time of COVID-19

COVID-19 pandemic resulted in educators making a sudden shift to a largely online modality in teaching. For educators used to studio teaching, this change could be radical in terms of teaching approaches. Arts-based pedagogies tend to be studio-based and experiential. The presentation discusses the effects of COVID-19 pandemic on art and music pedagogies in a

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Ultimate or Alternate? Enhance the E-Learning Experience for Creative Media Students: Hong Kong and Singapore Perspective

Online learning (E-learning) platforms such as Blackboard, Moodle, and MOOCs have been widely used in various higher educational institutions. These E-learning platforms have been designed and developed for students to enhance their learning experiences by promoting blended learning. Current research in this area has demonstrated the effectiveness of online learning for distance education and as

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Fostering Independent Learning through the Use of Edmodo and a Self-Access Learning Center

Web 2.0 technologies have become an ubiquitous component of our daily lives (McBride, 2009), and their immediate exploitation in the field of second/foreign language education came as no surprise. The present study aims at examining students’ comprehension of independent learning and their views about whether using online tools combined with the use of a self-access

ISSN: 2186-5892 The Asian Conference on Education 2019: Official Conference Proceedings

ACE2019, Toshi Center Hotel, Tokyo, Japan
Thursday, October 31 – Sunday, November 3, 2019
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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

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Faculty Development in Response to COVID-19

The impact of COVID-19 on education can not be understated. This presentation will review what faculty development methods were effective for teaching faculty how to build robust online courses as all instruction at our higher education institution moved online. Different professional development options including from self-serve templates, YouTube playlists, self-paced courses, workshops, individual consultations, and

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
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The Resilience of Learning During the Covid-19 Pandemic: An Action-Research Study of Gender Differences

In the present action-research study, we illustrate an evidence-based response of educators to the widespread concerns that learning in undergraduate students accustomed to face-to-face courses might have been curtailed during the pandemic by the switch to online instruction. The study focuses on general education courses, which usually enroll freshmen and sophomores. Namely, it targets learners

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Writing in a Foreign Language

For many Japanese students, writing is probably the most difficult skill in English. The Ministry of Education of Japan (MEXT) conducted research on the English proficiency of the third year (senior year) students of high school in 2014 and 2015. They reported that in writing and speaking the scores of tests were significantly lower than

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Using an Informatics Course to Support an Herbal Medicine Course for Learning Herbs with Volatile Oil

Phytochemistry is the one of subjects for pharmacy students. The subject is linking about herbs and its chemical compounds which contain pharmacological activities. The contents of phytochemistry are describing the structures of the large number of secondary metabolites found in plants, the functions of these compounds in human, plant biology and environment, and the biosynthesis

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Representation of Chinese-Sundanese Ethnic Identity in Suryakencana Bogor through Code Switching and Code Mixing

Indonesia has 1340 ethnic groups with 300 different ethnic groups recorded (www.netralnews.com). According to Hasbullah (www.academia.edu), there are around 726 regional languages in Indonesia, but only 456 regional languages have been successfully mapped. Indonesian language as a national language is use when one ethnic group wants to communicate with another ethnic group. Language according to

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Public Service Announcement for “Public Interest”?

The public service announcement or advertising (PSA) is conceptualized as “public spot” in Turkey. The term is used for short films or announcements which are produced on behalf of public institutions or non-governmental organizations. The aim of the PSA is to inform or educate citizens about the subject on public interest. Turkey has witnessed the

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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E-Kankor: Opening New Vistas of Higher Education Through an Innovative Intelligent Tutoring System

Passing the entrance examination to a university is a major step in one’s life. Kankor is the nationwide tertiary entrance examination in Afghanistan. Since the score on the Kankor Assessment Test determines the student’s academic future, it is highly recommended to do some test preparation so that the score and consequent placement reflect the student’s

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Educational Culture in a Synchronous Class: Case of Filipino-Chinese Interface

One key target of the global education system is the equipping of graduates exhibiting sets of core 21st-century competencies. Looking into global competencies vis-a-vis language learning, inclination to English fluency is an edge for pursuing global careers. The imperativeness of accommodating English education in China is first manifested in its Open Door Policy in 1976.

ISSN: 2188-1138 The European Conference on Technology in the Classroom 2016: Official Conference Proceedings

ECTC2016 The Jurys Inn Brighton Waterfront, Brighton, United Kingdom
ECTC2016 Conference Theme: “Convergence & Divergence”
Wednesday, June 29 – Sunday, July 3, 2016
ISSN: 2188-1138

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Eliot’s Notion of Tradition and Its Significance in the Age of Multimedia

Our world today is being remade through the continuous spread of multimedia. We are actually living in what is called ‘New Times’. Multimedia has changed our life enormously. Despite the fact that some technological advances have caused some negative developments in our modern times: some people are being distracted, overly stressed, feeling qualitatively empty, alienated,

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Issues and Challenges Experienced by Undergraduate Students in Undertaking an Oral Communication Assignment in the Midst of the Covid-19 Pandemic

This paper discusses the issues and challenges experienced by 91 first-year undergraduate students at a local university in Malaysia in undertaking an interview project in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, which required the use of mobile and computer technology as part of their group assignment. The assignment initially required each student to conduct an

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The Use of Digital Means in the Teaching and Learning of Multiplatform and 2.0 News Communication

The debate promoted decades ago on the use of the ICT as a key factor for the learning processes in the university teaching, together with the advancements in the journalistic field support this paper approach (Scott, 2002). The main aim is to determine the value of using social media when training journalism students on the

ISSN: 2435-5240 The Southeast Asian Conference on Education 2021: Official Conference Proceedings

SEACE2021 – held online from Singapore Management University (SMU), Singapore
Thursday, May 13, 2021 ​to Saturday, May 15, 2021
ISSN: 2435-5240

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Detecting Political Secession of Fragmented Communities in Social Networks via Deep Link Entropy Method

Breakdown of global connectivity in social networks trough disintegration of fragmented but interacting communities leading to political secession is a major source of forming and strengthening echo chambers and political polarization. Hence, quantifying the significance of each edge (the connection or relationship between two particular nodes, for example two friends on Facebook, or two follower/followed

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Learners’ Perspective of the Critical Benefits of Digitalisation of Teaching and Learning in Nigeria Higher Education

In recent years, the Nigeria youths have embraced online interactions through social media, though for social interactions with least applications to teaching and learning. Some examination bodies in Nigeria have adopted digitalisation of examinations to select suitable enrolments to the university, but none of the higher institutions have commenced digitalisation of teaching and learning whereby

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Resilience Among Teachers and Students with Learning Differences During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Similar Practices in Differing Contexts

When the COVID-19 pandemic started, teachers’ and students’ initial impressions were that a return to normal would occur soon and that the shift to online and distance learning were a short-term anomaly. After 18 months of pandemic restrictions that have caused distancing in both the teaching and other social aspects of learning, remaining resilient and

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Does Sociality Become Virtual or Natural in Social Network Services? The Example of Facebook

Sociality means a number of individuals living and interacting together, which can lead to complicated social relationships and structure. In recent years, Social network services (SNSs) and online communities have been growing quickly. SNSs offer a variety of social behaviors that simultaneously expand and challenge our conventional understanding of sociability. Specifically, SNSs provide flexible and

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Jurisdictional Issues in Cross Border Hacking

Increase in use of cyber technologies and at the same time increasing trends in the related crimes, compelled the scholars to discuss about the respective. During the regulation of the cyber world, one of the major problems, which was witnessed was the clash between the transnational internet and national law(s) because online activities are not

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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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No Bells and Whistles: Technologically Simplified Instruction in Scholarly Reading and Writing

The Scholarly Reading eWriting Intensive was developed by an English language program in a large public university as a rapid response to the move online in the spring of 2020. Amidst the early days of the pandemic, there was concern about students’ need for “live” Zoom-style contact with other students and instructors. However, the author

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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Attitudes of Thai Male VDO Game Players in Choosing to Use VDO Games’ Women Characters

This study aims to investigate the online social phenomenon related to the attitudes of Thai MALE GAMERS opting to use women characters in video games. The subjects were Thai male game players interacting in gaming community on social media– Facebook. Data were collected by using a non-participatory observation of talks about female characters among gamers

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Preschool Teachers’ Learning Self-efficacy in Predicting Technology-teaching Integration: A Comparison Between Taiwan and Malaysia

In Asia, Taiwan is one of the world’s leading producers of information and communication technology products and government continuously invest in teacher development on technology to empower teachers to improve school education in the digital era. Some studies concerned teachers’ technology integration, and their self-efficacy in the online learning context. However, little research has been

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Learning Effectiveness of Primary School Children in the Covid-19 Pandemic in Indonesia

COVID-19 has an impact on the unpreparedness of the community and the government, especially in improving the quality of children’s education. The increasing number of cases with rapid escalation has forced the government to take steps to reduce problems, especially the education of elementary school children. The Ministry of Indonesian Education issued Guidelines for Organizing

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A Within-Asia Comparison of Anxiety in English Language Classrooms

Anxiety in English language classrooms is often considered as one of the major sources of students’ reticence and shyness, frequently reported as one of the common characteristics of Asian learners. But, do all Asian students share the same characteristics in the setting of language learning? There might be some differences even if they share the

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Enhancing Teaching Through Moodle: A Case Study on e-Learning-supported English Language Teaching

This paper describes the experiences of English Language Center of Nizwa College of Technology regarding the implementation of blended learning approach in teaching English. Starting a policy on the use of e-learning in English Language courses, ELC envisions to supplement lesson delivery with online resources and activities in implementing blended learning using Moodle. As there

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Challenges and Benefits Those New Technologies Bring to Teaching Mathematics

Technology is not a new concept to mathematics. As technology continues to advance, computer-assisted or computer based instruction is becoming an integral part of higher education. In online education, technology replaces some or all of the face-to-face interactions, with self-paced content that is delivered through an online system. This new situation requires new approaches and

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Gen Z College Students, COVID-19 Courses & Beyond

The pandemic thrust the usage of Learning Management Systems, LMS, on teachers in all levels of education. Some students and faculty, especially at the college level, were experienced in using it but many were not prepared to the degree needed when schools were forced to go online. This paper reviews undergraduate Generation Z (born after

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Attitudes towards Meeting in Real Life via the Internet in Japanese University Students

In recent years, several crimes concerning victims and perpetrators who had previously met via the Internet and had subsequently met each other in real life have been reported in Japan . The purpose of this study was to examine attitudes towards meeting in people person in real life known only via Internet tools including Twitter,

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Exploring the Educational Potential of Social Networking Environments for Indigenous K-12 Students in New Zealand

This presentation will detail PhD research on the factors that promoted e-learning engagement in online social networking sites (SNS) for a small sample of indigenous Māori students (Y9-11) in the rural Northland area of New Zealand.The study helps address a lack of data on how indigenous students, in particular, engaged with e-learning through a series

ISSN: 2436-1690 The Osaka Conference on Education 2020: Official Conference Proceedings

OCE2020, Online from Osaka, Japan
Tuesday, December 15 – Wednesday, December 16, 2020
ISSN: 2436-1690

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Investigate the Difficulties of Indonesian Learner During Electronic Portfolio

Normal learning stopped, project delayed, school shut down. The universe seemed to have a halt because of the Novel Coronavirus. On the other hand, students have to continue their education through online learning which was currently the best alternative as keeping schools opened but safe for them. This learning method was the new one in

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Professional Photographers of Instagram: The Meaning of Visual Communication Through Modern Photography in Digital Society

The purpose of this paper is to study the modern forms of visual communication of people, through Instagram. In order to study the way in which the visual message is transmitted between individuals, and then how this transmission of information affects its final content, determining the creation of aesthetic experience and perception in the individual,

ISSN: 2435-9467 – The Barcelona Conference on Education 2020: Official Conference Proceedings

BCE2020 Online from Barcelona, Spain
September 17-20, 2020
ISSN: 2435-9467

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Collaborative Feedback in a Blended Learning Environment: A Case Study of an EFL Writing Class

Collaborative feedback in a blended learning environment was studied to encourage learner-centeredness in the process of writing. The study aimed to: 1) examine how Thai university students perceived collaborative feedback activities when conducted in a blended learning environment; and 2) compare students’ perceptions toward collaborative feedback through face-to-face and online interactions. The participants were 24

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“Universal” Video Games? Reintroduction and Influence of Cultural and Social Identities in the Virtual World

As of today, The Video Game Industry has become one of the most profitable and influential leisure businesses in the world. Alongside this trend, Video Games have become one the most important elements that contribute to the integration of online media and connectedness, mainly because of the offers of interaction and entertainment that provides to

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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Students-Enthusiasts in a Virtual Classroom: Their Contribution to the Educational Process

In this work, the phenomenon of students’ enthusiasm was explored. 47 graduate students, which took the author’s online psychology courses, participated in the study. The tasks included quantification of the students’ learning motivation based on the analysis of their online coursework, comparing it with their academic achievement, and the analysis of the developmental tendencies of

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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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Students’ Experience Two Years Into the Pandemic at a Bulgarian University

After the pandemic began in March 2020, universities in Bulgaria suspended in-person learning. In the current 2021-22 academic year, schools shut down again in areas of Bulgaria where COVID-19 infection rates spiked, returning students to online learning. This study investigates the experiences of undergraduate students at a Bulgarian university about the impacts of the pandemic

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

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The Accessibility of Web-based Lessons During the Time of the COVID-19 Pandemic

In this age of content digitalization, equal access to web-based learning resources is important as it contributes to offering all students with same opportunities to pursue their learning and career goals. With the current circumstance, the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic has forced most governments in the world to temporarily close educational institutions of different

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Innovative Learning Activities with the Use of Modern Educational Technology

There is a growing trend in the use of e-learning technology for the support of learning and teaching in universities worldwide. At St. Marianna University School of Medicine, E-learning was incorporated into ESL courses for first and second-year students in 2013. e-learning materials are mainly used to supplement in-class activities and to build academic vocabulary

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Does Blended Learning System Boost Student’s Knowledge Sharing in General Education Course? The Indonesian Higher Education Challenge

The role of General Education is to equip students with basic knowledge, to understand the relationship between one science and another, to teach how to apply human knowledge and experience universally, so that it will enhance mutual understanding and respect for human beings. One of the challenges in General Education learning in higher education is

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A Soft Museum of Hardware Use: Testimonies From the Early Experience of Digital Devices as Historical, Pedagogical and Narrative Assets

This research addresses the validation of narrative legacies of a first generation of digital and online media users upon its mass adoption in the 1980s and 1990s. As a complement to ongoing processes of technological obsolescence, whereby arcane digital media devices become potential museum objects or trending novelties, we vouch for the testimonies of early

ISSN: 2186-5906 – The Asian Conference on Media, Communication & Film 2018: Official Conference Proceedings

MediAsia2018, Toshi Center Hotel, Tokyo, Japan
MediAsia2018 Conference Theme: “Reclaiming the Future”
Tuesday, October 9 – Thursday, October 11, 2018
ISSN: 2186-5906

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Digital Literacy as a Factor for Sustainable Society

Digital literacy should be seen as directly related to the strengthening of information and communication technology. The integration of information and communication technologies into education at all levels and in all areas of training requires the development of skills and competencies related to the knowledge and use of digital media. The present paper explores digital

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Digital Cultural Communication: Vietnamese Cultural Professionals’ Use of Facebook During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Developments in digital technologies are having an impact on the work practices of cultural professionals. Digital technologies today afford cultural professionals with new ways of exhibiting art and culture. The digital platforms of galleries and museums, including websites and social media accounts, have become curated spaces with multi-media, interactive content and large amounts of digitized

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Fine Arts in a Digital Age

An artist and scholar, I examine the relationship between digital communications and fine arts presentations in the genres of digital art, visual art, performance art, fine art documentation, and others. I consider different aspects of the arts that are emphasized in online and on-site presentations, with a component of my research focusing on knowledge sharing

ISSN: 2188-112X The European Conference on Language Learning 2020: Official Conference Proceedings

ECLL2020 Online from London, United Kingdom
Friday, July 17 – Sunday, July 19, 2020
ISSN: 2188-112X

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

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

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Education and Embracing Cultural Differences

The paper aims to highlight the role of education to overcome the cultural barriers. In the difficult times that humanity is going through, it is sometimes recognized that the world is influenced more by the culture of the place, money, information, emotions and less by reason. Emotional intelligence, imagination, inventiveness, creativity delimit areas of progress