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Best Paper Awards 2016

Best Research Paper

Dr. Jamey Heit
Walden University, USA

Best Student Paper

Ms. Siew Lee Chang
Universiti Malaysia Sabah

Ms. Sandy Buczynski
University of San Diego, USA

Best Paper Awards 2015

Best Research Paper

Dr. Olaf Hallan Graven
Buskerud and Vestfold University College

Dr. Tim Stott
Liverpool John Moores University

Best Student Paper

Ms. Le Ann-Marie von Otter
University of Gothenburg

Mrs. Shaidatul Akma Adi Kasuma
University of Warwick


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Prior Year's Accepted Papers

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2011 Accepted Papers

Paper Title DOI
Quality Preferences for Teaching and Learning 10.5716/2251-1814_EeL05
Validity and Reliability Analysis of Questionnaire for Self-Concept Evaluation Scale- Peer Observation (SCES-PO) 10.5716/2251-1814_EeL07
Challenges Affecting the Implementation of the South African White Paper on e-Learning of 2004 10.5716/2251-1814_EeL13
The Intentional Use of Personality Types to Improve Online Instruction: Improving Instructional Effectiveness Through Individualized Online Interactions 10.5716/2251-1814_EeL14
Magnification of Cognitive Thinking in Two Learning Settings 10.5716/2251-1814_EeL16
A Comparative Study 0n the Graduate Schools of Education of Okayama University, Okayama-Ken Japan and Palawan State University in Palawan, Philippines 10.5716/2251-1814_EeL17
The Effect of Concept Map and Teaching Aid on the Learning Achievements of Students Having Different Background in Teaching White-Light Interferometry 10.5716/2251-1814_EeL19
Blending Assessment with Instruction: A Cooperative Project in Mathematics 10.5716/2251-1814_EeL20
Why is Career Education So Important? 10.5716/2251-1814_EeL24
An Adaptive Online Ability Evaluation System Using the Item Response Theory 10.5716/2251-1814_EeL27
Using e-Learning Strategies to Support a Performance-Based Teacher Education Program for Special Educators 10.5716/2251-1814_EeL28
FuTEx –A Web-based Platform to Realize Work-based Training within the ICT-sector in a Virtual Working Space - Didactical Concept and Results 10.5716/2251-1814_EeL31
Crossing into a New Comfort Zone: Critical Online disscussions with a western facilitator 10.5716/2251-1814_EeL33
Pedagogical Model Based Virtual Learning Communities 10.5716/2251-1814_EeL36
Traditional and Digital Education:Arts and Culture Education of the Indigenous Paiwan Tribe of Taiwan 10.5716/2251-1814_EeL37
Investigating Collaborative Work in Small Virtual Teams: A Case Study Comparing Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students’ experiecnces and attitudes 10.5716/2251-1814_EeL38
Coping Strategies for Youth Unemployment Caused by the Financial Tsunami-An Analysis of the Effectiveness of “Internship Program for University/college Implemented in TaiwanGraduates in the Corporate Workplace” 10.5716/2251-1814_EeL39
Understanding the Educational Aspirations of Taiwanese Aboriginal Adolescents Based on the Developmental-Contextual Model of Career Development 10.5716/2251-1814_EeL40
Acceptance of IWBs Instruction and Concomitant Behavior through Self-regulation Learning 10.5716/2251-1814_EeL41
Using a Blended Learning Approach to Support Problem-Based-Learning for Teaching Computing and Programming With Second Year Students - A Case Study Based on C-Programming 10.5716/2251-1814_EeL43
VideoPacker: An On-Demand Learning Material Exporting System for Video Lectures 10.5716/2251-1814_EeL44
An Analysis of Learners’ Response to Diagnostic Rhyme Test 10.5716/2251-1814_EeL45
A Framework to Incorporate Quality Aspects for E-Content in a Consortium Environment 10.5716/2251-1814_EeL46
Art Therapy, Narrative Inquiry and E-Learning Aesthetic Approach 10.5716/2251-1814_EeL47
A Case Study of the Calculus Curriculum in Taiwan 10.5716/2251-1814_EeL49
Technology Creativity Ability Analysis for Vocational High School Students by Data Mining Association Rule 10.5716/2251-1814_EeL50
Conceptualising and designing a collaborative blended e-learning environment for schools: drawing from evidence-based practices 10.5716/2251-1814_EeL51
The Strategies of Application to Data Mining for Constructing E-learning Concept Maps in the Subject of Mechanical Manufacture in Vocational High Schools 10.5716/2251-1814_EeL52
Going Digital on Low-Cost Mobile Phones in Bangladesh 10.5716/2251-1814_EeL54
Social Media: More than Fans 10.5716/2251-1814_EeL56
The TOPICA Project: Vietnam’s unique approach to a Nationwide E-Learning System 10.5716/2251-1814_EeL57
After-School English Remedial Program: What Are Technical Low-achieving English Students’ Performance and Motivation with Integrating Technology Media in Taiwan? 10.5716/2251-1814_EeL58
What Teachers Do Not Know about Their Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders 10.5716/2251-1814_EeL64
Literary Walks: Exploring Cardiff Bay (UK) through E-Learning 10.5716/2251-1814_EeL67
Student Perceptions of e-Learning Components within an Undergraduate Accounting Module: A Pilot Study 10.5716/2251-1814_EeL69
Using Organization Change Methodology to Aid an Acquired/Merged Higher Education Institution to Meet Accreditation Guidelines 10.5716/2251-1814_EeL76
English Language Proficiencies are Instrumental to Academic Performance in Tertiary Programmes 10.5716/2251-1814_EeL80
Developing Pre-service teacher knowledge with ICT in Indigenous Contexts 10.5716/2251-1814_EeL81
Evaluation of Asynchronous e-Learning in the Geography Curriculum: Enriching Learning Quality in Saudi High Schools 10.5716/2251-1814_EeL86
Are We Closing the Gap Yet? Latinos and the Challenge of Urban Teacher Education 10.5716/2251-1814_EeL88
Evolutionary Change of Communication in e-Learning: in the era of synchronous e-text communication 10.5716/2251-1814_EeL01

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