Higher Education

The Ethics of Learning Analytics in Australian Higher Education

The Ethics of Learning Analytics in Australian Higher Education

Introduction The increasing pervasiveness of data and analytics in higher education creates many new opportunities to support and enhance learning environments for students. As a result, there is growing interest […]

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A Conceptual System Architecture for Cloud-Based E-learning Systems for Higher Education in India

A Conceptual System Architecture for Cloud-Based E-learning Systems for Higher Education in India

Abstract E-learning is the new means which has the potential to support the traditional education system. E-learning is gaining popularity and is considered as a viable and efficient means of

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Accessing the curriculum; university based learning experiences of visually impaired physiotherapy students

Accessing the curriculum; university based learning experiences of visually impaired physiotherapy students

Abstract This study aimed to explore the learning experiences of visually impaired physiotherapy students in the UK, specifically focusing on barriers and enablers faced within the university and classroom-based education.

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Perceptions of Using Smart Mobile Devices in Higher Education Teaching: A Case Study from Palestine

Perceptions of Using Smart Mobile Devices in Higher Education Teaching: A Case Study from Palestine

Abstract Smart mobile devices (SMDs), especially smartphones (Smart mobile devices) and tablets are becoming increasingly ubiquitous among educators and students in Palestine. While their use is on the rise, many

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The role of ICT in the shift towards student-centred learning in higher education

The role of ICT in the shift towards student-centred learning in higher education

Abstract Over recent decades, there has been a significant rise in the use of information and communication technology (ICT) and a greater emphasis on student-centered learning (SCL) in higher education

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Teaching HCI Design in a Flipped Learning M.Sc. Course Using Eye-Tracking Peer Evaluation Data

Abstract: This paper presents experiences from a flipped classroom M.Sc(Teaching HCI Design). Course on Human-Computer Interaction (HCI). The students that finished successfully this course participated in twelve short (about two

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