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The haptic paradigm in education: Challenges and case studies [article]

Felix G. Hamza-Lup, Ioana A. Stanescu
2018 arXiv   pre-print
In this article we provide a brief overview of the evolution of haptic technology, its potential for education, and existing challenges.  ...  With the advent of haptic technology we can now simulate/generate forces and, as a result, the sense of touch.  ...  We also discuss a case study that demonstrates the potential of haptic technology to affect the way students connect with each other and engage in the exploration of content.  ... 
arXiv:1811.11943v1 fatcat:tswpkh2sw5d75oudv4xigvfyg4

The haptic paradigm in education: Challenges and case studies

Felix G. Hamza-Lup, Ioana A. Stanescu
2010 The Internet and higher education  
In this article we provide a brief overview of the evolution of haptic technology, its potential for education, and existing challenges.  ...  a r t i c l e i n f o Keywords: Multimodal virtual environments Community of inquiry Haptics The process of learning involves interaction with the learning environment through our five senses (sight, hearing  ...  We also discuss a case study that demonstrates the potential of haptic technology to affect the way students connect with each other and engage in the exploration of content.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.iheduc.2009.12.004 fatcat:ddavgiaxsbglxc54uaq7sh5rua

The Influence of Conception Paradigms on Data Protection in E-Learning Platforms: A Case Study

Christophe Kiennert, Nathan De Vos, Manon Knockaert, Joaquin Garcia-Alfaro
2019 IEEE Access  
In this paper, we analyze the influence of conception paradigms of e-learning platforms on personal data protection, based on a classification of these platforms in two antagonistic approaches.  ...  We illustrate our analysis with a case study of the TeSLA project and examine how the design choices impact the efficiency and legal compliance of personal data protection means.  ...  Our idea is to approach the TeSLA system, our case study, as a contingent result of a set of social variables that nevertheless gives us indications on the normativity specific to these online learning  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2019.2915275 fatcat:yhuejqpi7zakjhpmitehoqkuri

Realizing the demand-driven paradigm in vocational education: A case study on vocational high school teaching-industry partnership program

Yuyun Estriyanto
2021 Jurnal Pendidikan Vokasi  
The willingness of the school to integrate industrial specificity into the learning system. This study also finds that the program just partially aligned with the demand-driven paradigm.  ...  This research was conducted using the case study qualitative research method. The data were collected through in-depth interviews, observations, and documentation.  ...  Astra Honda Motor is the sole agent of Honda brand holders for motorcycle production in Indonesia. AHASS is a subsidiary of Astra Honda Motor for the Honda motorcycle maintenance service network.  ... 
doi:10.21831/jpv.v11i2.39980 fatcat:cexlz3akibhebee5taxihpul2u

Managing the Paradigm Shift to E-Learning in Distance Education (A Case Study at CoDE, UCC)

Nelly Abaidoo
2016 TEXILA INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ACADEMIC RESEARCH  
This study sought to find out how e-learning staff in the College of Distance Education of University of Cape Coast (CoDE, UCC) are prepared and vested in the management of paradigm shift to e-learning  ...  Diagrams of Educational Management Paradigm of the past and that of today were looked at. There have been a number of earlier comparative studies e.g.  ...  Teachers and students as peers in a social network. 3. A transition process.  ... 
doi:10.21522/tijar.2014.03.01.art007 fatcat:bnehblvssbg6lcwcayyok52swu

Diversity Management Using The Diversimilarity Paradigm: A Case Study Of A Major Mid-West Food Retailing And Distribution Corporation

Joseph Ofori-Dankwa, Surender Reddy
2011 Journal of Diversity Management  
This article highlights how a major mid western food distribution corporation with 4000 plus employees applies the diversimilarity paradigm.  ...  The diversimilarity approach emphasizes managing a diverse work force through an appreciation of cultural and demographic similarities and differences that may stem from such characteristics as gender,  ...  A CASE STUDY OF HOW A MAJOR MID-WESTERN FOOD RETAILING AND DISTRIBUTION CORPORATION USES THE DIVERSIMILARITY PARADIGM The first author interviewed top personnel of a major Mid Western food retailing and  ... 
doi:10.19030/jdm.v2i2.5011 fatcat:q4ykwfooljg23oxs3ha5dr3kgy

A multi-paradigm modelling & simulation approach for system of systems engineering: A case study

William Ross, Mihaela Ulieru, Alex Gorod
2014 2014 9th International Conference on System of Systems Engineering (SOSE)  
A real-life case study of an emergency-response situation is presented to demonstrate the applicability of the introduced approach.  ...  The process of modelling and simulation (M&S) plays a critical role in system of systems (SoS) engineering, given its ability to capture and visualize the dynamic nature embedded within SoS complexity.  ...  This new approach is illustrated through its application on an emergency response and preparedness case study.  ... 
doi:10.1109/sysose.2014.6892485 dblp:conf/sysose/RossUG14 fatcat:4p6rimt5vbhp5k2teabb443oya

Agent-Based Collaboration Systems: a Case Study

Elena Nardini, Andrea Omicini
2008 Knowledge Construction in E-learning Context  
In this context, Multi-Agent System (MAS) seems to be a suitable paradigm to engineer such systems as it promotes effective collaboration.  ...  Existing distance learning systems provide collaboration tools (like forum, chat, wiki, etc.) presenting some limits that reduce the effectiveness of such tools from the standpoint of collaborative learning  ...  This is an e-learning project funded with support from Minerva action of the Socrates programme of the European Commission.  ... 
dblp:conf/socrates/NardiniO08 fatcat:a3frn6o43rbstokdwawrw2vbei

Contributions to a successful e-learning process – a case study

Isabel Fernandes Silva
2017 New Trends and Issues Proceedings on Humanities and Social Sciences  
Based on semi-structured interviews, this exploratory study aims to analyse the perceived satisfaction of students attending the programme in the different regimes.  ...  Our study focuses on a post-graduation programme at Autonoma University, Portugal, whose regime has gone from face-toface (f2) to blended- and e-learning.  ...  However, case studies deal with a specific scenario which, in truth, may not be fully extrapolated but is representative of a given reality.  ... 
doi:10.18844/prosoc.v4i6.2929 fatcat:rh2qsjj555f3rjsklquid6spca

Shifting Paradigms

Carol Carraccio, Susan D. Wolfsthal, Robert Englander, Kevin Ferentz, Christine Martin
2002 Academic Medicine  
literature to provide practical insight into how to accomplish full implementation and evaluation of this new paradigm.  ...  Lessons learned from past experiences include the importance of strategic planning and faculty and learner buy-in for defining competencies.  ...  This work was funded in part through a grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration, Bureau of Health Professions.  ... 
doi:10.1097/00001888-200205000-00003 pmid:12010689 fatcat:iezp6sh3pbcaba7bkbavh4zpmq

A Model of Innovation Schools: Estonian Case-study

Margus Pedaste, Küllike Pedaste, Karin Lukk, Pille Villems, Raili Allas
2014 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
It adopts a teacher education paradigm of the clinician-professional model in order to initiate and disseminate educational innovation and respond to changes in society.  ...  A model of Innovation Schools was developed to strengthen systematic collaboration between schools and universities as teacher educators.  ...  Acknowledgements This study was conducted in the context of a research and development project supported by the European Social Fund.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2014.01.1184 fatcat:44uhhwprcrf6llltawojg3akvu

Teachers' Teaching Efficiency during Pandemic: A Case Study

Myra Fe L. Cahate, Geraldine D. Rodriguez, Lyndon A. Quines
2022 Zenodo  
Abstract: The study utilized a case study to describe and gain insights from the experiences of the teachers' teaching efficiency during the pandemic within the SY 2020-2021.The study revealed that the  ...  Title: Teachers' Teaching Efficiency during Pandemic: A Case Study Author: Myra Fe L. Cahate, Geraldine D. Rodriguez, Lyndon A.  ...  of events or phenomena from actual happenings in the real world is also a case study.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6490981 fatcat:ypcxtgrt2zfhhep4mp27nl4ooq

Entrepreneurship Education for Adults: A Case-study

Saskia Harkema, Florentin Popescu
2015 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
The program worked with principles of a learner-centred approach taking into account factors which are important for adult learning and teaching entrepreneurship.  ...  This paper describes a program which was developed for women refugees living in The Netherlands geared at stimulating entrepreneurial behaviour and acquiring skills and knowledge necessary to develop their  ...  It is a case study carried out in the last quarter of 2014 with a group of women refugees, who followed a tailor-made program.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2015.11.218 fatcat:m5mdjelbgvastmgpq5onkbsuda

An Emancipation Paradigm through Critical Theory in Technology Education: An Action Learning Paradigm

Tomé Awshar Mapotse
2014 Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences  
This action learning study was conducted with senior phase technology education (TE) teachers in M5kg Circuit of Limpopo Province.  ...  A reconnaissance study as the first cycle stage of AL was instrumental in identifying the teachers' challenges and that was followed by the main action research (AR) study.  ...  I will be sharing those technology teachers' experiences as a critical realist using action learning paradigm and also underpinning this study through critical theory.  ... 
doi:10.5901/mjss.2014.v5n3p502 fatcat:gmaub6jccrfj3jqoicp2ndcooy

Employability in online higher education: A case study

Ana Paula Silva, Pedro Lourtie, Luisa Aires
2013 International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning  
</p><p>This paper compares the perceptions of employability skills in a sample of teachers from the Universidade Aberta and a sample of students who attend a local learning centre at this University.  ...  In spite of the specificity of each group, the results revealed some similarities between students and teachers with regard to employability.  ...  The value found for the case of the students in 54 items was 0.86, while for the teachers it was 0.695 in 43 items.  ... 
doi:10.19173/irrodl.v14i1.1262 fatcat:n72casneyjahpbqxcy2l5vp5gm
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