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Can Information Technology Promote Academic Performance of School-aged Children? An Empirical Study Based on CEPS

Chao Fang, College of Public Administration, Nanjing University of Finance and Economics, Nanjing, China, Bin Huang, College of Public Administration, Nanjing University of Finance and Economics, Nanjing, China
2019 Science Insights  
The improvement of Chinese and English was realized indirectly by changing reading habits, while mathematics was directly by taking effective learning time.  ...  We found that: i) A significant difference existed in the academic performance between urban and rural school-aged children.  ...  Since the cultivation of students' understanding, the ability relies more on paper reading habits in Chinese teaching.  ... 
doi:10.15354/bece.19.ar1045 fatcat:hgh3eg7hbbdpxdwqed77v7ctwu

An Empirical Study of Traditional Media Communication Modes in the New Situation

Yuhan Zhao
2022 BCP Business & Management  
With the gradual rise of traditional culture, the research on the dissemination of traditional culture in academia has also shown an increasing trend.  ...  However, in these studies, the traditional cultural content of the study is relatively concentrated, not too comprehensive, and only focuses on the dissemination of new media forms.  ...  10 AR technology perception 11 Table 2 . 2 Basic information of respondents Numbering Age Gender Education/Occupation A1 24 Female Graduate student A2 19 Female Undergraduate A3 21 Male Undergraduate  ... 
doi:10.54691/bcpbm.v25i.1833 fatcat:heebmrknd5emxffvexafp6nlmi

Engaging ICT Engineering Undergraduates in a Management Subject through First Day of Class Activities: An Empirical Study

Josep Petchamé, Ignasi Iriondo, Xavi Canaleta, David Riu, Silvia Necchi
2021 Sustainability  
the very first moment: an empirical study conducted by means of a survey answered by engineering students in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), followed by an interactive activity between  ...  In the context of the New Learning Context (NLC), this paper presents the findings of two first day of class activities aimed at engaging engineering students in a business and management subject from  ...  Informed Consent Statement: Informed consent was obtained from all subjects involved in the study. Data Availability Statement: Data available on request from the authors.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13137440 doaj:8ab12b4fdfb8404ca25825960fffab50 fatcat:pvohyucknvgl3k63frfzy5wupy

Academic Course Curriculum and Administrative Alignment With Considerations for Certification Requirements: An Empirical Study of Exam Preparation Methods and Exam Results

2022 Journal of Higher Education Theory and Practice  
A survey was constructed and administered to 103 participants over a year to test our hypotheses concerning exam takers' study methods and habits in relation to the certification success rate.  ...  This study assesses how institutions of higher education can successfully leverage their instructional infrastructure to prepare students for certification exams.  ...  The average age for students enrolled fulltime in undergraduate programs is twenty-two years old.  ... 
doi:10.33423/jhetp.v22i5.5198 fatcat:qx3ai5uqb5cgdb7q6vq6ukxn2q

Green Purchase Behavior of University Students in Hungary: An Empirical Study

Farheen Naz, Judit Oláh, Dinu Vasile, Róbert Magda
2020 Sustainability  
In this modern age of digitalization, consumers have access to an ample amount of information regarding a product's quality and benefits, which makes consumers more conscious of their consumption patterns  ...  To conclude, the study showed that there was no bias in terms of age, gender, or qualification in the behavior of young students, as they have sufficient knowledge of environmental problems and are very  ...  Levine and Strube [61] conducted a study to understand the influence of GPI on GPB of undergraduate students in Washington.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su122310077 fatcat:lhwpy5nuubhs3omiw52emrozae

Determinants of Active Online Learning in the Smart Learning Environment: An Empirical Study with PLS-SEM

Shaofeng Wang, Gaojun Shi, Mingjie Lu, Ruyi Lin, Junfeng Yang
2021 Sustainability  
Based on the results, this study proposes the online smart teaching model and discusses how to promote active online learning in a smart environment.  ...  This study constructs the research framework of active online learning with theories of learning satisfaction, the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM), and a smart learning environment.  ...  Acknowledgments: Thanks to Liangwei Tu for her assistance in the language expression of the article. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13179923 fatcat:dvpun34oc5g3ffarbfztzvh6kq

Factors affecting consumer acceptance of electronic cash in China: an empirical study

Bo Qu, Li Wei, Yujia Zhang
2022 Financial Innovation  
These results are useful to e-cash development and significant to the issue of Digital Currency Electronic Payment.  ...  AbstractThis paper proposes and validates a comprehensive model of consumer acceptance in the context of offline e-cash payment.  ...  E-cash is an early exploration in the process of changing from hard cash to digital cash (Li 2014) .  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40854-021-00312-7 pmid:35127337 pmcid:PMC8803410 fatcat:bws2ftwnsbe4rf425p52hjizeq

Video Case Studies in IB Teaching: An Empirical Comparison of Academic and Student Perceptions and Expectations

Filip De Beule, Andreja Jaklič, Aleksandra Kania, Katarzyna Mroczek-Dąbrowska, Nukhet Vardar, Hinrich Voss
2019 Journal of Teaching in International Business  
Against this backdrop and an incoming student generation that has grown up with digital technology, we assess the current use of stand-alone video case studies in international business (IB) teaching.  ...  While we find relatively modest use of video case studies in IB teaching to date, we also find strong interest by lecturers and students to expand their use.  ...  Note: *** significance level of 0.05 Source: VCL4IB survey.  ... 
doi:10.1080/08975930.2019.1663777 fatcat:fajjmjwxc5f43psrhplgc3h3du

Analyzing The Shifting Trends Of Education From Traditional Teaching To The Open Teaching- An Empirical Study With Special Reference To The Massive Open Online Course [Mooc]

Pawan Kalyani
2017 Zenodo  
better the author is also floating an online questionnaire to get the views of the youth who are studying the regular course in engineering and technology as well as in other professional courses to know  ...  the students comes in the first place and the experience and the knowledge of the teacher comes as guiding and mentoring to excel the students.  ...  followed by quick breaks -in your work life and study habits.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.344947 fatcat:ahhr6bsbefdtjpljh6x5tyyqia

Online learning in COVID-19 pandemic: an empirical study of Indian and Turkish higher education institutions

Prathamesh Churi, Kamal Mistry, Muhammad Mujtaba Asad, Gaurav Dhiman, Mukesh Soni, Utku Kose
2021 World Journal of Engineering  
This empirical study will help to understand the perception of students in online learning across India and Turkey.  ...  The entire way of teaching-learning has changed drastically, and it is a need of an hour.  ...  Indian students agree that there is no way for teachers to know if students did the reading in an online education class over Turkan students (which are neutral in this question).  ... 
doi:10.1108/wje-12-2020-0631 fatcat:5o53xxxmwzemhldmf7a3fcore4

Empirical Studies on Online Information Privacy Concerns: Literature Review and an Integrative Framework

Yuan Li
2011 Communications of the Association for Information Systems  
Based on a review on empirical studies in this area, this research summarizes the conceptualizations of privacy concerns and the antecedents and consequences.  ...  Despite much research in this area, an overarching picture of the relationship between information privacy concerns and the antecedent and consequence factors is yet to be drawn.  ...  identification information, sensitive information, and preferences and habits Experiment Undergraduate students in an U.S.  ... 
doi:10.17705/1cais.02828 fatcat:owdeixngw5aljlb4h6xs2japym

Factors Influencing Students' Intention to Use E-Textbooks and Their Impact on Academic Achievement in Bilingual Environment: An Empirical Study Jordan

Ra'ed Masa'deh, Issam AlHadid, Evon Abu-Taieh, Sufian Khwaldeh, Ala'aldin Alrowwad, Rami S. Alkhawaldeh
2022 Information  
This study contributes to the literature by theorizing and empirically testing the impacts of e-textbooks on the academic achievement of university students in a bilingual environment in Jordan.  ...  The empirical results offer several key findings. First, the behavioral intention of using an e-textbook positively influences academic achievement.  ...  High 278 44.5 reading habits?  ... 
doi:10.3390/info13050233 fatcat:p674c72jgbb65bj62q3wtaywna

Hedonic and Utilitarian Motivations of Home Motion-Sensing Game Play Behavior in China: An Empirical Study

Yuqi Liu, Yao Song, Ryoichi Tamura
2020 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
In order to understand the motives of users and explore the market possibility and prospects of the game industry, this study adopts empirical research and structural equation modeling to construct a motivation  ...  As an important branch of video games and the integration of emerging motion-sensing technology, home motion-sensing games cannot only bring hedonic entertainment but also promote utilitarian benefits  ...  De Grove has developed an instrument for measuring individual motives of digital game players from a social cognitive theory perspective, and the scale includes eight constructs, namely habit, moral self-reaction  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph17238794 pmid:33256148 pmcid:PMC7730092 fatcat:l7xzxcn4pnabtbokrcef25herm

Okun's Coefficient for Four Mediterranean Member Countries of EU: An Empirical Study

Chaido Dritsaki, Nikolaos Dritsakis
2009 International Journal of Business and Management  
Things such as skills and organizational culture, which is based on significant knowledge that is difficult to articulate and codify, are much easier to embed in a new venture than they are in an acquired  ...  Acknowledgements We express our sincere gratitude to the employees participated in the study, and our thanks are due to Mr. A. Saravanan for his grammatical assistance to prepare this paper.  ...  In the study of outgoing undergraduate students, Zainudin (2007) found the significant influence of corporate image of a university on students' loyalty towards their university in term of intention  ... 
doi:10.5539/ijbm.v4n5p18 fatcat:yto5426jxvcajcudyp3z36tfoa

Reading interest in a digital age

Nur Hidayanto Pancoro Setyo Putro, Jihyun Lee
2017 Reading Psychology  
words maximum: (PLEASE TYPE) The present study examines the dimensions of reading interest that may predict undergraduate students' reading behaviors in this digital age.  ...  Participants in this study were students (M = 20.14 years old) from an Indonesian university (n = 993).  ...  Last, students' reading interest profiles were obtained in order to understand different characteristics of what and how undergraduate students read in this digital age (Study 4).  ... 
doi:10.1080/02702711.2017.1341966 fatcat:sjlbewl6xnf6jcjfi2jkg2vkom
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