ThinkMind // eLmL 2018, The Tenth International Conference on Mobile, Hybrid, and On-line Learning
Download: eLmL 2018 cover page
Download: eLmL 2018 foreword page
Download: eLmL 2018 committee page
Download: eLmL 2018 table of contents
Download: eLmL 2018 full proceedings
Notes: IARIA Conference.
Joseph C. Kush, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, USA
Cynthia Lester, Georgia State University, USA
Event editions: - there are 8 editions.
Location: Rome, Italy
Dates: from March 25, 2018 to March 29, 2018
Articles: there are 22 articles
Effects of Multiple Viewing of Captions and Subtitles on English Proficiency
Yayoi Anzai and Kanji Akahori
keywords: captions, EFL; ESL; mobile learning
Mobile Learning Model for Zimbabwe Higher Education
keywords: Mobile-learning; m-learning; developing countries; universities.
Frequency of Sticker Use for Expressing Emotions in Text Messaging: Effects of Gender and Text-Messaging Dependency
Yasuyuki Ozawa, Yuuki Kato, and Shogo Kato
keywords: sticker; emotional expression; gender difference; text-messaging dependency; text messenger
The Potential of Support-Rich Environment for Teaching Meaningful Mathematics to Low-Achieving Students
Yifat Ben-David Kolikant and Orit Broza
keywords: low-achieving students; support-rich environment; computer games; scaffoldings; computer-supported collaborative learning
A Introduction Of Scratch And Programming Education
keywords: Scratch, programming language education, K-12
An Introduction to Code.org
keywords: computational thinking; coding; teaching; elementary education; 21st-century learning
Determining Pedagogically Sound Methods of Teaching and Learning Computational Skills
keywords: computational thinking; pedagogy
Hybrid Learning: A Summary of Current Models and Research
keywords: hybrid learning; technology in the classroom; blended classroom; flipped classroom.
A Review of the Importance of Computational Thinking in K-12
Katharine McClelland and Lori Grata
keywords: computational thinking, K-12
Teaching ESL and Instruction Design with Computational Thinking and Robot-Assisted Language Learning
keywords: Computational Thinking; Computational linguistics; ESL instruction; Robot-assisted language learning.
Conversation: Loose Parts - A Pathway from Play to Technology
Julia Williams, David Carbonara, and Rose Mary Mautino
keywords: Loose parts;imaginative behavior;instructional design;computational thinking.
Proposal for a Lesson Support System using Computer Virtualization Technology
Yuto Terao, Kenta Morita, and Naoki Morita
keywords: computer virtualization technology, compute-assisted instruction
Using Deep Learning Methods to Automate Collaborative Learning Process Coding Based on Multi-Dimensional Coding Scheme
Takahiro Kanayama, Kimihiko Ando, Chihiro Shibata, and Taketoshi Inaba
keywords: CSCL; coding scheme; deep learning methods, automatic coding
Pieter van Wyk
keywords: SmarTTeaching; e-learning; e-pharmacology; flipped classroom; social media
Tracking Verb Phrases for Formative Feedback in Foreign Language Writing
Shuai Shao, Kazuhiro Ohtsuki, Hidenari Kiyomitsu, and Min Kang
keywords: foreign language writing; automated formative feedback; phrase extraction; dependency relation; change detection.
An Approach toward Automatic Error Detection in Learners’ English Writing Based on the Source Language
Koichi Kawamura, Harumi Kashiwagi, and Min Kang
keywords: Sentence Pattern; Global Error; Parser; Source Language; Criteria for Error Determination.
Best Practices in a Redesigned Online Computer Ethics Course
keywords: computer ethics; community college; learning outcomes; online education; undergraduate computer science
Educator-Oriented Tools for Managing the Attention-Aware Intelligent Classroom
Evropi Stefanidi, Maria Korozi, Asterios Leonidis, Maria Doulgeraki, and Margherita Antona
keywords: Classroom management; intelligent classroom; monitoring student attention
Integrating Office 365 Into Your Curriculum: A Backward Design Professional Learning Course
keywords: professional learning; backward design.
Applying Mixed Reality Techniques for the Visualization of Programs and Algorithms in a Programming Learning Environment
Santiago Sanchez Sobrino, Maria Angeles Garcia Marin, Maria del Carmen Lacave Rodero, Ana Isabel Molina Diaz, Carlos Gonzalez Morcillo, David Vallejo Fernandez, and Miguel Angel Redondo Duque
keywords: Program visualization, algorithm visualization, augmented reality, programming learning, eclipse
Developing, Understanding and Evaluating Augmented Reality Framework for Universities in Saudi Arabia
keywords: Augmented Reality; Higher Education; Saudi University; Integration.
A User-centric Design and Pedagogical-based Approach for Mobile Learning
Mohammed Bahja and Rawad Hammad
keywords: m-learning; pedagogy; user-centric design; user- centric methodology; software engineering; software development methodology