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Knowledge Management in the Age of Cloud Computing and Web 2.0: Experiencing the Power of Disruptive Innovations

IEEE Engineering Management Review, 2013

This publication contains reprint articles for which IEEE does not hold copyright. Full text is not available on IEEE Xplore for these articles.


The Web Operating System – The Future (Mobile) Services Platform

Connected Services: A Guide to the Internet Technologies Shaping the Future of Mobile Services and Operators, None

This chapter contains sections titled: Why is the Concept of a Web OS Important? Internet of Things Making Sense of Data Future Web: “People OS?” Social Telcos and the Web OS


E-learning on Polytechnic Nikola Tesla — Analysis and comparison

2017 40th International Convention on Information and Communication Technology, Electronics and Microelectronics (MIPRO), 2017

E-learning System has become a common constituent unit of Web page of any higher education institution. At the Polytechnic Nikola Tesla in Gospic Loomen is established since 2010, a system that is designed in a role of teaching repository for students and for preparation of e-courses for the teachers and students. The aim of this paper is by using descriptive ...


Learning orchestration in distributed learning environments scenarios

2017 12th Iberian Conference on Information Systems and Technologies (CISTI), 2017

This study is the first step in the search for evidence and empirical data related to the use of DLEs in educational scenarios as a fundamental element for the orchestration of learning experiences.


Twitter Scheduler System as e-Learning Tool

2015 Fifth International Conference on e-Learning (econf), 2015

Social media in the educational field has become desirable and targeted because of its familiarity among people. Twitter is one such social media applications that has a feature of quickly spreading the news as they occur in real time. It has a text limit of 140 letters, which could be really interesting to use as an e-learning tool. The purpose ...


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  • Knowledge Management in the Age of Cloud Computing and Web 2.0: Experiencing the Power of Disruptive Innovations

    This publication contains reprint articles for which IEEE does not hold copyright. Full text is not available on IEEE Xplore for these articles.

  • The Web Operating System – The Future (Mobile) Services Platform

    This chapter contains sections titled: Why is the Concept of a Web OS Important? Internet of Things Making Sense of Data Future Web: “People OS?” Social Telcos and the Web OS

  • E-learning on Polytechnic Nikola Tesla — Analysis and comparison

    E-learning System has become a common constituent unit of Web page of any higher education institution. At the Polytechnic Nikola Tesla in Gospic Loomen is established since 2010, a system that is designed in a role of teaching repository for students and for preparation of e-courses for the teachers and students. The aim of this paper is by using descriptive and inferential statistics, and based on a survey conducted among students, examine how, and to what purpose and how often students used Loomen E-learning System.

  • Learning orchestration in distributed learning environments scenarios

    This study is the first step in the search for evidence and empirical data related to the use of DLEs in educational scenarios as a fundamental element for the orchestration of learning experiences.

  • Twitter Scheduler System as e-Learning Tool

    Social media in the educational field has become desirable and targeted because of its familiarity among people. Twitter is one such social media applications that has a feature of quickly spreading the news as they occur in real time. It has a text limit of 140 letters, which could be really interesting to use as an e-learning tool. The purpose of this paper is to, 1. Identify the susceptibility of University of Bahrain's (UOB) students to use Twitter as part of their education process, 2. Identify the preferred time when the students use Twitter, 3. Use the outcome of the first two objectives in developing a prototype that works as Twitter scheduling system to test the applicability of using bulk scheduled messages as a supporting tool in the learning process. The results of the research revealed that students at UOB do use Twitter heavily were happy to use it as an e-learning tool. Furthermore it found that the preferred times are from 9-11 pm, 11 pm -- 1 am and 10 am -- 12 pm. These timings were then used by UOB teachers to set up their bulk messages in the developed twitter scheduler system mentioned earlier. The system enables teachers to organize, customize and save their messages (tweets) for later use and reuse. Finally, it is important to notes that such system would server many other sectors, such as marketing campaigns, NGO's awareness campaigns, health education and awareness by governmental agencies, member's communication and education tools in political and professional societies.

  • A PCA Study of Student Performance Indicators in a Web 2.0-Based Learning Environment

    Analyzing student performance indicators has been a long-standing research direction, nowadays demanding for new multidimensional approaches tailored to the recent advent of Web 2.0 in education. This paper investigates two such potential learning performance indicators: i) students' active involvement with the Web 2.0 tools and ii) students' learning styles. By using Principal Component Analysis (PCA) we were able to identify a subset of student activities that are relevant to build up an orthogonal space of representation and those activities that may support prediction of learner success (measured as final grades). On the other hand, no significant correlations were found between the Felder-Silverman learning styles and students' performance in our case study.

  • Usage of mobile devices as collaborative tools for education and preparation of official exams

    Preparation of official examinations and oppositions is a difficult task in which new technologies related to mobile Web 2.0 play an important role, because they can improve the learning methodology. A collaborative platform based on a smartphone application was developed for helping students to prepare an official examination which, in this concrete case, is the preparation of the exam for obtaining the accreditation for touristic guides of the Agència Valenciana del Turisme. The app enables the users to collaborate in the improving the platform sending their own questions and opinions about the development. The gamification of the process helps students increase their motivation to study. The application Turisme GVA had a very good reception with a high amount of downloads, also supported with opinions from users and real collaboration to improve the functioning and interface. All this interaction and exchange of information, complemented with final surveys and statistics, revealed a good level of satisfaction from users in the usage of smartphones to increase students' motivation and their degree of involvement for reaching a common goal. This project is a pioneer in the introduction and usage of new technologies in e-learning and mobile education.

  • What is the relationship between Learning Design and TPACK?

    There is a great deal of literature currently available on eLearning and there are numerous available models on integrating technology into teaching practices, in the areas of mobile learning and blended learning. This paper will investigate two areas that are emerging as leaders in the field; namely Learning Design and Technological, Pedagogical and Content Knowledge, which is also referred to as TPACK. By exploring these two areas it is possible to interpret where the two areas intersect and to move the literature forward on both areas. Learning Design is a sub-field of eLearning, while TPACK has gained a great deal of currency after being developed by Misher and Koehler (2006) earlier this century. This paper demonstrates that by using these two frameworks together it allows for a stronger epistemological foundation and better design for teaching.

  • Social learning on the move — A research roadmap

    While teaching using a mobile course content-management, it is not possible to decide if students are confused, bored, frustrated, surprised, focused, exhausted, angry, sad, or happy. These cues are extremely helpful to instructors in deciding whether to speed up, slow down, introduce new materials, or explain a concept in a different way. In this context, there is a strong desire to capture the social interactions between learners (i.e., instructor and student). These interactions could even arise while learners are on the move. This paper's research question is how could social applications like Facebook and Instangram help improve the learning experience? It is clear that these applications are nowadays used for “entertainment” but someone can tap into the opportunities they offer to improve instructor-student and student-student interactions. These interactions could also occur on the move due to smartphone and tablet widespread, which poses additional challenges on those who aim at providing a positive learning experience.

  • Supporting Learning Process Effectiveness with Online Web 2.0 Systems on the basis of BME Teacher Training

    In our paper we present currently used online Web 2.0 systems and techniques including the Moodle open-source learning management system, the ELGG open source social networking engine, the LimeSurvey open source questionnaire system and introducing the Leonar3Do integrated platform. We use these Information and Communications Technology systems to support the learning process in the higher education in particular in the courses at the Teacher Training Centre of Budapest University of Technology and Economics.



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