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Research on the Education Reform of Desktop Virtualization Teaching Based on Cloud Computing

Gui-xian ZHOU, Kai-jian CHEN
2019 DEStech Transactions on Social Science Education and Human Science  
program with its features of low cost, high reliability, low maintenance, high security and flexibility.  ...  This paper proposes to use the desktop virtualization teaching platform based on cloud computing to realize the rapid development of education informatization compared with the traditional PC application  ...  any terminal through the network can access their virtual desktop environment, very convenient and flexible.  ... 
doi:10.12783/dtssehs/eiem2018/26909 fatcat:rqykhzkntbh4zj6lbqzll3ha2u

Shaping the future learning environments with smart elements: challenges and opportunities

Simon K. S. Cheung, Lam For Kwok, Kongkiti Phusavat, Harrison Hao Yang
2021 International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education  
Duart and other Editors-in-Chief of the International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education, for their kind acceptance of publishing this Thematic Issue, and to the Managing Editor, Elsa  ...  Thanks also go to many anonymous reviewers for their efforts in the paper review process. Authors' contributions All authors read and approved the final manuscript.  ...  Compared with the fixed time and fixed classroom in the traditional instruction, the instructional approach in the smart learning environment would be more flexible.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s41239-021-00254-1 pmid:34778521 pmcid:PMC7970780 fatcat:oagqwwvppjcubajnwn6x6lddti

Virtual World as a Complement to Hybrid and Mobile Learning

Jairo Eduardo Márquez Díaz
2020 International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)  
With this in mind, a virtual world was developed as a digital tool for teaching support to students and teachers of the Faculty of Systems Engineering of the University of Cundinamarca, with a view to  ...  Virtual worlds in higher education have opened new possibilities for innovation in the teaching-learning process.  ...  In addition, it offers a unique and flexible environment for the teacher interested in teaching using ICT, cooperative work, simulation and business training.  ... 
doi:10.3991/ijet.v15i22.14393 fatcat:urphxgxflfcudpavmzgfmjvtci

Life as a Professor Amid COVID-19

Jay Liebowitz
2020 Computer  
Fortunately, many of us, as computer science/IT professors, have been teaching either online or in blended learning environments to replace or supplement our face-to-face (F2F) classroom environments.  ...  T he COVID-19 pandemic has created disruptions throughout home and work lives globally. 3 Universities were among those institutions that had to quickly adjust and adapt to virtual learning environments  ... 
doi:10.1109/mc.2020.3004603 fatcat:d5fwa74nufftzhbvkmyqjfdpsq

Extending the Vision of Distance Education to Learning via Virtually Being There and Beyond

Thomas W. Ferratt, Stephen R. Hall
2009 Communications of the Association for Information Systems  
a synchronous virtual classroom.  ...  loss of the benefits of -being there‖ in the traditional classroom environment.  ...  He currently serves as a faculty member in the MIS, operations and decision sciences disciplines.  ... 
doi:10.17705/1cais.02535 fatcat:i3tokdcgfjbpbib3l5gwi774uu

Teacher Classroom Management Practices in an Inclusive Virtual Setting

Venus M. Cortes, Arjie I. Montero, Mylene B. Iligan, Donnameir Y. Santillan, Stephanie B. Undalok
2022 Journal of Humanities and Education Development  
The results indicated that teacher classroom management strategies undeniably played a vital role to maximize students' engagement in an inclusive virtual classroom.  ...  The main purpose of this study is to explore the special education teacher's classroom management strategies engagement in an inclusive virtual setting among the selected teachers in Region VII and one  ...  "Choose a virtual platform that offers a structured classroom environment with two-way communication.  ... 
doi:10.22161/jhed.4.3.15 fatcat:d3nlqrpjwrgevmqetnjklndcqy

Identifying the differentiation practices of virtual school teachers

Dennis Beck, Jennifer Beasley
2020 Education and Information Technologies : Official Journal of the IFIP technical committee on Education  
Despite a large increase in enrollments of students in online courses at the K-12 level, there is very little research on the use of differentiation in fully online (called "virtual") schools.  ...  teachers may struggle in developing skills in differentiation in an online environment.  ...  Many of the virtual school teachers' responses to curriculum in a differentiated classroom sought solutions that were already a part of their existing repertoire and had difficulty flexibly grouping.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10639-020-10332-y pmid:33052191 pmcid:PMC7544401 fatcat:dqe4o4cuwbbijabiljyhaotp3m

Virtual Instruction Support for Faculty

Laura A. McLaughlin, Joanne Ricevuto
2021 Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology  
Faculty in higher education need quick, practical tools and strategies to enhance teaching and learning in a virtual classroom.  ...  Background The sudden and ongoing COVID-19 pandemic had created an urgency to transition to a virtual learning environment, yet expectations for faculty to teach virtually may not have matched best practice  ...  Organizations need to fully appreciate the time and effort that goes into virtual teaching and learning in a digital environment (Montelongo, 2019) .  ... 
doi:10.28945/4792 fatcat:4yd2ul3ue5h6hnnyjfchwfawfe

Opportunities for Improving the Learning/Teaching Experience in a Virtual Online Environment

Zilu Liang, Miguel Gomes da Costa Junior, Ian Piumarta
2020 2020 IEEE International Conference on Teaching, Assessment, and Learning for Engineering (TALE)  
More specifically, we set out to answer the following questions: • What educational technologies are instructors using to conduct classes and in which format?  ...  • How do these technologies support instructor-student interaction in a virtual online environment? To what extent does this interaction replicate an authentic physical-classroom learning experience?  ...  In contrast, in a virtual classroom students have more freedom to schedule their study at their own pace.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tale48869.2020.9368419 fatcat:ccoipxhszbfovhjcdiamxjigtm

Editorial: On continuing to educate during these times

Carrie M. Johnson, Richard A. Prayson
2020 Annals of Diagnostic Pathology  
Nevertheless, there areas within the specialty of Pathology that remain more challenging to teach with a fully virtual experience.  ...  Using virtual slides or a microscope with the camera connected to one's computer screen, pathologists can recreate the environment of a teaching microscope with simple screen-sharing on virtual conferencing  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.anndiagpath.2020.151555 pmid:32623313 pmcid:PMC7320264 fatcat:3fmvjawksvhyja7v2opa3udbqm

Using Effective Models of Information and Communication Technology in Higher Education

Mansureh GHanbarpoor jooybari, Mojtaba Rezaei Rad, Seyyede Fatemeh Hashemi Shiyadeh
2013 Research Journal of Applied Sciences Engineering and Technology  
In such a blended environment, organizational, educational and technological issues need to be considered as a Whole.  ...  In this study we argue that new Low-cost Educational models based on constructivism can be used in parallel with traditional Learning introducing a blended (or enhanced) learning approach.  ...  The ultimate aim of our study was to explore how we can fully integrate tutoring techniques in a computer-mediated collaborative environment.  ... 
doi:10.19026/rjaset.6.3757 fatcat:6danw3qeabapdkc5zyv7yt6dza

Twelve tips for using synchronous virtual classroom technologies in medical education

Karl Luke
2021 MedEdPublish  
Virtual classroom technologies have played a pivotal role in supporting synchronous teaching activities; however, it can be extremely challenging for many educators to use virtual classrooms tools effectively  ...  Virtual classroom sessions should be relevant in terms of both content and activity and designed to meet learners' needs.  ...  Virtual classrooms are defined as a "digital environment…allowing tutors and staff to communicate, interact and engage synchronously in teaching and learning activities" (QAA, 2020, p. 16) .  ... 
doi:10.15694/mep.2021.000066.1 fatcat:2wku4yzjtnb23j6qwfuvbbqgmi

Playful reflective thinking in a HyFlex classroom: using nostalgic games to engage students

Nayiri Keshishi
2021 Journal of Learning Development in Higher Education  
Consequently, a specific challenge some Learning Developers will have faced is the HyFlex classroom, a combination of students who are present in the physical classroom and those participating virtually  ...  In conclusion, though we do not know if HyFlex classrooms will feature at our Institutions in the future, it is always worth considering how we can leverage technology and adjust our teaching to be more  ...  Author details Nayiri Keshishi is a Teaching Fellow (Learning Development) at The University of Surrey.  ... 
doi:10.47408/jldhe.vi22.691 fatcat:7vrolrvggjgo5n5ygcyeh6xe2e

Explore the Medical Curriculum Teaching Development in the Smart Classroom

Yu Tai, Wushuo Ying, Sha Kun
2017 International Journal of Information and Education Technology  
, in order to provide reference for the application of smart classroom in medical colleges.  ...  Smart Classroom is a teaching space includes a variety of modern equipment establishments and advanced educational philosophy of teaching.  ...  Virtual Surgery is the use of virtual reality technology, use of medical imaging data, to create a virtual environment in the computer.  ... 
doi:10.18178/ijiet.2017.7.2.854 fatcat:lgyerveeizgrzlxfqwlroizsde

Blended Learning Concept and its Applications to Engineering Education

Cosmin Porumb, Sanda Porumb, Bogdan Orza, Aurel Vlaicu
2013 Advanced Engineering Forum  
problem based learning, virtual laboratory (remote access to laboratory infrastructure and task evaluation) or remote assistance for diploma projects and mobility grants.  ...  In order to develop advanced e-learning tools and integrate them within online platforms for higher and postgraduate engineering education, new methodologies should be taken into consideration: project-and  ...  One major reason is that teachers are not familiar with the practices of creating and delivering same courses in a mix of real classroom and virtual environment.  ... 
doi:10.4028/www.scientific.net/aef.8-9.55 fatcat:fqml64djs5ajppoowquk64s4sq
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