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Mining Tourism Experience on Twitter: A case study [article]

Davide Stirparo, Beatrice Penna, Mohammad Kazemi, Ariona Shashaj
2022 arXiv   pre-print
In particular, platform such as Twitter where people can share experience about almost everything can drastically impact the reputation and offering of a company as well as of a place or tourism site.  ...  In this paper, we describe a pipeline of DataOps / MLOps operations performed over a tourism related Twitter dataset in order to comprehend tourism motivation and interest.  ...  In [9] , [10] , [11] comparative studies of different text pre-processing techniques have been performed which show how repeated letters and acronyms found in tweets impact the accuracy of tweet sentiment  ... 
arXiv:2207.00816v1 fatcat:s6pjvk3befhcla77jbg7ogm52e

Assessing Students and Teachers Experience on Simulation and Remote Biotechnology Virtual Labs: A Case Study with a Light Microscopy Experiment [chapter]

Shyam Diwakar, Rakhi Radhamani, Hemalatha Sasidharakurup, Dhanush Kumar, Nijin Nizar, Krishnashree Achuthan, Bipin Nair
2016 Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering  
The purpose of this paper was to perform a comparative analysis of virtual learning components such as animations, simulations and real-time remotely controlled experiments.  ...  As a part of this study, we conducted a series of biotechnology virtual lab workshops for University-level users within India and collected feedback related to the usage of virtual labs via direct approach  ...  This work is funded under the Sakshat project of National Mission on Education through ICT (Phase I and Phase II), Department of Higher Education, MHRD, Government of India.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-28883-3_6 fatcat:a4bj2jjvsnexzd3tsijnk5v57q

Clinical Needs Finding: Developing the Virtual Experience—A Case Study

Vaishali Mittal, Megan Thompson, Stuart M. Altman, Peter Taylor, Alexander Summers, Kelsey Goodwin, Angelique Y. Louie
2013 Annals of Biomedical Engineering  
The students' perspectives on the experience as well as instructor analysis of best practices for this type of activity are presented and discussed.  ...  Virtual clinical rotations through video experiences may provide a reasonable substitute for students who do not have the ability to participate in rotations in person.  ...  Acknowledgments We thank the National Institutes of Health for funding (1R25 EB012963). We thank Dr. Nicholas Kenyon, Dr. Aaron Bair, and Dr. Nam Tran for leading the clinical internships.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10439-013-0783-9 pmid:23483373 pmcid:PMC3759550 fatcat:yd6mqxezsffv7nmfaiiveedtaa

A Study of Online Teaching & Learning Experiences in Higher Education: A Case Study of an American University VLE

Ian Carnaghan
2015 Figshare  
The aim of the study was to provide a report to UMUC detailing a thorough evaluation of the Adobe Connect pilot in terms its usability as a Virtual Learning Environment.  ...  Metrics such as student satisfaction surveys and overall learning experiences helped to build a clearer picture of the effectiveness of the pilot.  ...  This may take the form of testing newer Connect-based classrooms measuring for success metrics or a further case study analysis on the next phase of the pilot.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.1603183.v1 fatcat:sargots7bjhblhlsq4ibuhbtte

Student experiences of virtual reality: A case study in learning special relativity

Dominic McGrath, Margaret Wegener, Timothy J. McIntyre, Craig Savage, Michael Williamson
2010 American Journal of Physics  
We present a study of student learning through the use of virtual reality.  ...  The study explores how students have worked with this environment and how these students have used this experience in their study of special relativity.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Support for this study was provided by The Australian Learning and Teaching Council, an initiative of the Australian Government Department of Education, Science, and Training.  ... 
doi:10.1119/1.3431565 fatcat:bofloe2kq5dh3mqujss4ro2xnq

Female Journalists' Experience of Online Harassment: A Case Study of Nepal

Samiksha Koirala
2020 Media and Communication  
This study examines the experiences of female journalists in Nepal in the context of rapidly growing expansion of broadband Internet.  ...  The study also indicates that the problem is particularly severe in such a patriarchal society as a significant number of incidents of abuse go unreported, largely due to a culture of shame as well as  ...  Acknowledgments I would like to offer my great appreciation to all the participants of the interviews. I would also like to thank Trishna Acharya for assisting during my data collection.  ... 
doi:10.17645/mac.v8i1.2541 fatcat:mxcolhuuzvba5bbgx47wyhwnmu

Securing the Anthropocene? International policy experiments in digital hacktivism: A case study of Jakarta

David Chandler
2016 Security Dialogue  
It elaborates on hacking as a set of experimental practices and imaginaries of securing the Anthropocene, using as a case study the field of digital policy activism with the focus on community empowerment  ...  of securing as a process, generated through new forms of mediation and agency, capable of grasping inter-relations in a fluid context.  ...  This will be illustrated using, as a case study, policy experiments in Jakarta, Indonesia.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0967010616677714 fatcat:g2kymku2ifgb5nw6enhzsc2oci

Nurses' Bullying Experiences: A Case study of a Caribbean Major Island Hospital

Elsie Hepburn, Esther Daniel, Philip Onuoha
2020 Global Journal of Health Science  
METHODS: A descriptive quantitative case study was undertaken using all the registered nurses in the Island Hospital.  ...  The study utilized a modified pre-validated instrument from the International Labour Office (ILO), International Council of Nurses (ICN), World Health Organization (WHO), and Public Services International  ...  Acknowledgements We are grateful to all the nurses in the Island hospital for their responses and to all the agencies and institutions gjhs.ccsenet.org Global Journal of Health Science Vol. 12, No. 12;  ... 
doi:10.5539/gjhs.v12n12p17 fatcat:bpm25dz5bjaizakgdxwavwlopy

International students' experiences of informed learning: A pedagogical case study

Hilary Hughes, Christine S Bruce
2013 International Journal of Pedagogies and Learning  
This case study explores the theory and practice of informed learning (Bruce, 2008) in a culturally diverse higher education context.  ...  It presents research findings about learning and teaching in a postgraduate unit of study entitled Personalised Language Development, an elective in the Master of TESOL and TEFL programs at Queensland  ...  Acknowledgements Hilary Hughes expresses sincere thanks to the international informed learners who participated so thoughtfully in the unit and this case study.  ... 
doi:10.5172/ijpl.2013.8.2.106 fatcat:yezbtacglvfkxi3e5gwymwbr34

Online Learning and Teaching Experiences During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Case Study of Bangladeshi Students Receiving China's Higher Education

Juan Dong
2020 English Linguistics Research  
Based on a longitudinal ethnography with a cohort of Bangladeshi students who study in English-medium degree program at software engineering, this study reveals a series of challenges confronting both  ...  From the perspective of Chinese teachers, they lacked of control on their students' class participation given the poor network infrastructure in Bangladesh and the time gap between China and Bangladesh  ...  Last year, I attended a bilingual teaching training for international students for real class teaching. As for online class, it is very different from real class.  ... 
doi:10.5430/elr.v9n2p37 fatcat:p3ut6we2vzg55cycfttc5irv2e

Exploring Teachers' Lived Experiences of Cooperative Learning in Ethiopian Higher Education Classrooms: A Phenomenological-Case Study

Tefera Tadesse, Aregu Asmare, Hashim Ware
2021 Education Sciences  
In this study, the authors employed a phenomenological-case study design to examine the teachers' lived experiences with cooperative learning (CL) pedagogies as applied in the undergraduates' classrooms  ...  The results of this study suggest that CL pedagogies offer teachers with professional development opportunities for a meaningful transformation of their roles in HE classrooms.  ...  Additionally, this same teacher (Interviewee 1) used real-world problems, preparing case application questions that directly express the real-world practice to relate theoretical issues with practical.  ... 
doi:10.3390/educsci11070332 fatcat:djwfonijhrfetd5khvbg6xdd5a

Penguin Life: A Case Study of One Tween's Experiences inside Club Penguin

Diana Burley
2010 Journal of Virtual Worlds Research  
Accordingly, this case study sought to explore how one tween's experience in Club Penguin influenced the development of her social identity and community relationships.  ...  Third, whereas many adult participants in virtual worlds use their participation as an opportunity to deconstruct the various aspects of their personality (Suler, 2002), tweens may use the virtual environment  ...  A Case Study of One Tween's Experiences inside Club Penguin By Diana Burley Department of Human and Organizational Learning, The George Washington University Many of today's tweens (preteens aged 9-14  ... 
doi:10.4101/jvwr.v3i2.1894 fatcat:azuysbbq7fajfnohxt5b3eb24q

Spatial dimensions of bodily experience in architectural modeling: A case study

Sema Alaçam, Gülen Çağdaş
2016 A/Z ITU journal of Faculty of Architecture  
We argue that the aesthetic dimension of bodily experience is one of the key concepts in the effort towards a deeper understanding of today's crisis in architecture design and is needed to gain insights  ...  In order to study the crucial focal points and changes in the way of making in architecture and their relations with the "body" from a historical perspective, we designed a half an hour structured modeling  ...  Case study: Structured modeling exercise The case study designed focuses on the following questions: 1.  ... 
doi:10.5505/itujfa.2016.65002 fatcat:wres7r5zgfcnxibfpuwrkuz64e

The Lived Experience of the Adolescent Sex Offender: A Phenomenological Case Study

Beth Gerhard-Burnham, Lee A. Underwood, Kathryn Speck, Cyrus Williams, Carrie Merino, Yolanda Crump
2016 Journal of Child Sexual Abuse  
Analysis of the interviews and conceptual mappings yielded five themes present in the boys' experience as well as a consideration of the role early trauma may have in the establishment of cognitive distortion  ...  All four boys completed an interview and a conceptual map of their perceived experiences as an adolescent with sexual maladaptive behaviors. All interviews were audio recorded.  ...  Future directions This study was a phenomenological case study of the lived experience of the adolescent with maladaptive sexual behaviors.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10538712.2016.1111965 pmid:26828129 fatcat:bueypbjwnvc4jpd3ldlpohn3ui

The Journey to Teaching Online: A Case Study of Faculty Preparation and Experiences in Online Teaching

Angel Chi
2013 Social Science Research Network  
By studying the "change agents" in a changing organization in a changing industry, this study is not an exercise to identify the best practices.  ...  However, only an institution as a whole can decide for itself what kind of change is needed and define what constitutes evidence of lasting change.  ...  Table 1 . 1 Basic Types of Design for Case Studies, from Case Study Research: Designs & Methods Table 2 . 2 Case Study Method, from Case Study Research: Designs & Methods The Office of Teaching and  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2303965 fatcat:x55ratna25ac3f5ulw7mepknta
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