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Hierarchical Role-based Design of Web-based Educational Systems for Blended Learning in Higher Education

Miguel J. Hornos, María Visitación Hurtado, M. Pilar Fernández-Sánchez, Álvaro López-Martínez, Kawtar Benghazi Akhlaki, María Luisa Rodríguez-Almendros, María M. Abad-Grau
2012 Journal of research and practice in information technology  
Higher Education.  ...  We propose an abstraction of system users by defining a role hierarchy which fits web-based collaborative educational systems.  ...  Figure 1 : 1 Figure 1: Hierarchical model example of user roles used in Tutor Figure 3 : 3 Figure 3: Main functionalities implemented in Tutor for teachers Figure 4 : 4 Figure 4: Attendance control  ... 
dblp:journals/acj/HornosHFLARA12 fatcat:atafgiwph5buvcuxjv2fpzsble

Living Labs in Architecture as Innovation Arenas within Higher Education Institutions

Torsten Masseck
2017 Energy Procedia  
Abstract Education at schools of architecture must attend the demand for a new profile for architects, integrating and fostering corresponding SD competences through new learning methodologies, tools and  ...  In this sense, Living Labs in Higher Education can be seen as social ecosystems or Innovation Arenas with a link to the surrounding socio-economic context, fostering the creation of transversal educational  ...  Further funding has been received by KIC InnoEnergy SE through its Educational Program in 2012, the Municipality of Sant Cugat del Vallès and other collaborating companies and institutions.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.egypro.2017.05.035 fatcat:2cm7ffvnv5dsnifzo4zpxdwppy

A Study on Fingerprint Biometric Attendance Maintenance System in Higher Educational Institution Using ABCD Analysis

Krishna Prasad K
2019 Zenodo  
The drastic developments in Information and Communication Technology enabled many types of technology-aided attendance maintenance system in Higher Educational Institutions.  ...  A fingerprint is one of the most common and popularly known biometric systems all over the world.  ...  In higher educational institutions these users are usually students or employees of the institution.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3354190 fatcat:dxsegrxbpbe73mdmrugdvrjrum

Saving rodents, losing primates—Why we need tailored bushmeat management strategies

Mona Estrella Bachmann, Martin Reinhardt Nielsen, Heather Cohen, Dagmar Haase, Joseph A. K. Kouassi, Roger Mundry, Hjalmar S. Kuehl, Juliette Young
2020 People and Nature  
We assessed this possibility for three common strategies to mitigate bushmeat use, which are: development-based-reducing reliance on bushmeat; educational-increasing environmental and school education;  ...  Additionally, if reasons vary between user groups, their responsiveness to interventions may differ too. 2.  ...  ACK N OWLED G EM ENTS We thank the Ivorian authorities for the research permit (105/ MESRS/DGRSIT/mo). We are particularly grateful to all interviewees for their willingness to participate.  ... 
doi:10.1002/pan3.10119 fatcat:anzmkizodfhxzktxcxosska6hi

A Study on Fingerprint Biometric Attendance Maintenance System in Higher Educational Institution Using ABCD Analysis

K. Krishna Prasad
2022 Zenodo  
The drastic developments in Information and Communication Technology enabled many types of technology-aided attendance maintenance system in Higher Educational Institutions.  ...  One of the important applications of the biometric system is in attendance maintenance and which is incorporated in many of the higher educational institutions.  ...  This paper also discussed some recommendations for fingerprint biometric attendance system. This paper could play an active and supportive role in fingerprint biometric attendance based researches.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.7085161 fatcat:fw4pgqpa3vb4vk6shlhpjlebbm

Exploring the Adoption and Usage of Learning Management System as Alternative for Curriculum Delivery in South African Higher Education Institutions during Covid-19 Lockdown

Bongani T. Gamede, Oluwatoyin Ayodele Ajani, Olufemi Sunday Afolabi
2021 International Journal of Higher Education  
LMS is a global online tool that has been in use for decades in various higher institutions of learning across the developed countries.  ...  It has proved to be an efficient learning platform that has impacted significantly the education sector in these developed countries, as learning experiences are provided to diverse students at their comfort  ...  Its global acceptance in most higher education institutions is based on its functionality as an effective platform for teaching and learning without borders.  ... 
doi:10.5430/ijhe.v11n1p71 fatcat:awlccaxzrbavdbvt45ks3jmdwa

Design and Implementation of Intelligent Educational Administration System Using Fuzzy Clustering Algorithm

Fang Liu, Le Sun
2021 Scientific Programming  
The model has better prediction performance and is more suitable for the prediction of middle school students' examination scores in educational administration management system.  ...  The innovation of intelligent educational administration management system is that, in addition to the basic information management function, it also has two other functions: students' performance prediction  ...  sharing Simple aspects of business expansion Fast response e operation interface is beautiful and diverse Higher security, suitable for highly confidential systems Strong transaction processing ability  ... 
doi:10.1155/2021/9485654 fatcat:oags3kn36zhzjedan5kcfwspny

Public preferences for controlling upland invasive plants in state parks: Application of a choice model

Damian C. Adams, Anafrida N. Bwenge, Donna J. Lee, Sherry L. Larkin, Janaki R.R. Alavalapati
2011 Forest Policy and Economics  
Park users would be willing to spend $89.4 million annually to reduce the level of invasive plants in the parks, which provides a baseline for evaluating control programs.  ...  Using annual attendance data from 115 Florida state parks, we calculated statewide willingness-to-pay to manage invasive plants in upland parks.  ...  Acknowledgements We are grateful to Alan Hodges and Santiago Bucaram for their valuable assistance and feedback and to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection for funding this project.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.forpol.2011.04.003 fatcat:actg3qvturg5rgwoamoazfpbga

Gender-Based Perspectives of eLearning Systems: An Empirical Study of Social Sustainability

Ahmed D. Alharthi, Maria Spichkova, Margaret Hamilton, Tawfeeq Alsanoosy
2018 Information Systems Development  
The results demonstrated the cultural and gender diversity may have a significant impact on user needs and preferences.  ...  A large impact of software engineering on society also means that socio-cultural factors are becoming crucial for software systems.  ...  Besides, males dominated particular subjects or areas in education. For example, females rarely have access to civil engineering in the higher education in Saudi Arabia.  ... 
dblp:conf/isdevel/AlharthiSHA18 fatcat:wnowhf7yvvalhfejrtk3ce7exm

Universal Design for Learning (UDL) as Facilitating Access to Higher Education

Nina Saha-Gupta, Holim Song, Reginald L. Todd
2019 Zenodo  
While legal mandates for accessibility such as ADA exist to support and address access for individuals with disabilities, the effects of these mandates have still to enter most higher education classrooms  ...  With the increasing numbers of students with disabilities selecting higher education as a post school option, incorporating UDL in college classrooms is no longer of question of "when" but "how."  ...  The use of UDL is a viable framework for supporting diverse learners and more importantly removing barriers of student success for all students in higher education.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3370000 fatcat:ijcz52ncezc3jecp4ezeapgvaa

Use and non-use of public libraries in the information age: A logistic regression analysis of household characteristics and library services variables

Sei-Ching Joanna Sin, Kyung-Sun Kim
2008 Library & Information Science Research  
In light of this research gap, this study examines the characteristics of U.S. public library users and non-users in this information age.  ...  The study found that education is the most significant factor affecting the use of libraries. Library users were more likely to be young, educated, and middle class (Berelson, 1949) .  ...  Ethelene Whitmire for their helpful suggestions on an earlier version of the paper.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.lisr.2007.11.008 fatcat:u4zugyk42jamdju633gubi6q24

Effect of Statin Use on Mobility Disability and its Prevention in At-risk Older Adults: The LIFE Study

Rebecca M. Henderson, Laura Lovato, Michael E. Miller, Roger A. Fielding, Tim S. Church, Anne B. Newman, Thomas W. Buford, Marco Pahor, Mary M. McDermott, Randall S. Stafford, David S. H. Lee, Stephen B. Kritchevsky
2016 The journals of gerontology. Series A, Biological sciences and medical sciences  
Attendance was similar for statin users (65%) and nonusers (63%).  ...  SPPB at 12 months was slightly greater for PA (8.35 ± 0.10) than for HE (7.94 ± 0.10) in statin users but not in nonusers (PA 8.25 ± 0.10, HE 8.16 ± 0.10), though the interaction effect was not statistically  ...  visits in statin users is .03. c p Value for average intervention effect across all follow-up visits in non-statin users is .46.  ... 
doi:10.1093/gerona/glw057 pmid:26988662 pmcid:PMC5055646 fatcat:pkvgxclfmrenfg4hymcs3dsowq

Assessing users' expectations and perceptions on different beach types and the need for diverse management frameworks along the Western Mediterranean

C. Cabezas-Rabadán, M. Rodilla, J.E. Pardo-Pascual, P. Herrera-Racionero
2019 Land Use Policy  
Assessing users expectations and perceptions on different beach types and the need for diverse management frameworks along the Western Mediterranean. Land Use Policy. 81:219-231.  ...  Highlights Semi-natural and urban, and pebbly and sandy beaches showed differences in users' preferences, expectations and perceptions.  ...  Mass tourism conflicts with environmental interests, and environmental education may help to raise users' awareness  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.landusepol.2018.10.027 fatcat:56qdaysb5rhjxb3f5wrp36rxtm

User Requirements When Designing Learning e-Content: Interaction for All [chapter]

Pilar Orero, Irene Tor-Carroggio
2018 Global Usability  
For example, the Medical and the Social Models share equal popularity to classify user disabilities.  ...  The second part of the chapter will revise some of the most used models of disability and we will explore a more holistic approach based on user capabilities.  ...  Technical and professional education shall be made generally available and higher education shall be equally accessible to all on the basis of merit.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-94794-5_6 fatcat:7m7ciu3lpzas7ejr4qtdgsxpdu

Information and Communication Technologies in Inclusive Education: Selected Practices in Asia

Chau T. M. Cao
2019 Journal of Education and Learning  
All learners have a right to education, regardless of their individual characteristics or difficulties (UNESCO, 2003). The educational needs of people with disabilities (PWD) are diverse.  ...  This paper will review the use of ICTs in education for PWD in an inclusive education setting, with the aim to explore the different possible uses of ICTs in inclusive education for PWD in the Asia region  ...  ICTs Application in IE Given the wide range and diversity of education for PWD, this paper cannot cover all possible applications of ICTs in IE.  ... 
doi:10.5539/jel.v8n6p159 fatcat:s75iusxwvfhi7livc2ck5wvvku
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