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Role of Education of People in Charge of Facilities Producing Pastry in Avoiding the Use of Food Colors

Fereshteh Farzianpour, Shayan Hosseini, Shadi Hosseini, Seyed Shahab Hosseini
Training of foodstuff producers as a group effective on the quality of food materials is an important factor in achievement of food safety. This was an analytical interven-tional study, which was performed in a cross-sectional manner in 10 months. The target population consist-ed of 180 individuals in...
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A New Approach on Indoor Positioning System

Lina Chen, Chunyu Miao, Jianmin Zhao
Carrier phase observation equation of the inverse transmitting positioning system (ITPS) was derived. The geometric dilu-tion of precision (GDOP) about the ITPS was also investigated. The positioning accuracy of ITPS was analyzed in detail. Indoors, on condition that there neglect multi-path and fading,...
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FEAR OF THE FUTURE AND FUTUROLOGICAL ORIENTATIONS OF STUDENTS-The future is not a gift,it is an achievement.

Nenad Suzic, Harry Lowder
In this research the author starts from the two hyptheses that rapid changes and contemporary reality bring fear of the future to which not even students are immune, and that among students we can recognize different value orientations in relation to the past, present and future. From a sample of 189...
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Easy and pleasant learning concept in optical design

Ilya Mimorov, Vladimir Vasiliev, Irina Livshits, Roman Anitropov
This is important to understand and take into account when creating new educational programs. ICT plays an important role in this process because current generation is already accustomed to use it in everyday life. "Written" lectures, tutorials and books are much less popular than internet resources....
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Pedagogy for Professional Learning

Iain Doherty
Professional learning is defined as formal or informal learning that leads to the knowledge, skills and personal attributes necessary to carry out professional duties. This paper critically reflects on the peda-gogical approach underlying an eLearn-ing Certificate Course. The aim of the course was to...
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The invariant eigen-operator method for Hamiltonians with qubit system-environment models

Yang de Fang
In this paper, we apply the method of "invariant eigen-operator" to study the Hamiltonian of several different qubit-environment models. We find the invari-ant eigen-operator in terms of these models, which directly leads to the ener-gy-level gap for total system.
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Study of Experiment Education Quality Promotion by Building Appointment Management Platform

Xiaoyan Deng, Zhimeng Zhang, Yancong Shi
The main aim of this paper is exploring a new laboratory teaching mode learned from the office automation in recent years. Firstly, analyzing the real requirement in experiment teaching, we build up an open appointment platform for instructors and students. Based on it, we could manage the experiment...
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Structural Analysis and Display of Handwritten Mathematical Formula Based on Ternary Tree

Peng Han, Longcan Hu, Aijun Fan
Due to arbitrariness of handwritten mathematical formula, it is difficult to do the structural analysis and displaying automatically. In this paper, an improved algorithm of generating ternary tree is proposed to solve the limitation. Firstly, a ternary tree of character sequence in handwritten mathematical...
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Storyboarding Pervasive Learning Games

Klaus P. Jantke, Sebastian Spundflasch
Game-Based Learning (GBL, for short) is apparently very attractive and challenging field of technology enhanced learning. In game-based learning, the technological systems employed for the purpose of learning are digital games. Stand-alone serious games are rare. Games employed for learning need to be...
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A Derivation of Free-rotation in the Three-dimensional Space

Legend Chen
The paper describes an algorithm deriva-tion of rotation in the three-dimensional space, which is an efficient method for rotating objects in the space. The key in the derivation process is to summarize the many thoughts on this issue, included the geometric algebra, coordinate transformation, linear...
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Privacy Quiz- Game-based learning on multiple mobile platforms

Bettina Harriehausen-Mühlbauer
The Privacy Quiz has been developed in collaboration between the University of Applied Sciences, Darmstadt and Lufthansa AG. The goal of the project was the development of a mobile learning application for Lufthansa managers to learn about data privacy topics playfully and interactively. The application...
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The Exploration on Innovation of Analog Electronic Technology Course

Liu Jun, Wang Qi
This article carries on a detailed analysis and study on content, teaching methods and the problems of experimental teach-ing in the analog electronic technolo-gy(AET) course. It proposes the relevant scope, strategies and principles about teaching innovation of it. It introduces the contents and stages...
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The Misconceptions Recognized from My Business Studies in China and Abroad

Wenkai Zhou
Four year overseas studies and Chinese background made me be aware of the presence of many misconceptions in the understanding of Chinese business, tradi-tional culture and education. Certain the-ories related to politics or military like “thick face, black heart” and “Sun Tzu on the art of war” are...
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Game-Based Training of Executive Staff of Professional Disaster Management: Storyboarding Adaptivity of Game Play

Sebastian Arnold, Jun Fujima, Klaus P. Jantke, Andreas Karsten, Harald Simeit
Game-Based Learning is a modern field of technology-enhanced learning cover-ing several sub-fields such as game-based training. Learning, in general, and training, in particular, may be enormously more effective, if the process adapts to the particular needs of the human learner or trainee. The crux...
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Game-based Learning for Digital Natives: Knowledge is Just a Click Away

Kathrin Knautz, Simone Soubusta, Lisa Orszullok
In this paper, we present a project in which a university course on knowledge representation is turned into an interactive online text adventure. Our new way of using game mechanics demands a comprehensible didactic design during the planning phase as well as during the implementation of the course and...
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Research on Exhibition Entity Evaluation Model Based on Green Design

Jingjing Chen, Jinchang Chen
The concept of green exhibition design points out that the main forms of exhibi-tion design are entity design and virtual design. The key variable of green exhibi-tion design is entity based on the "4R" principle. A new exhibition entity evalua-tion model has been proposed based on the energy recovery...
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A Comprehensive Assessment to campus security Based on Grey Cluster

Yongsheng Liu, Yanan Wang
Based on the existing assessment theory and model, a newt campus security model is structured. Then use this model to evaluate campus security of four universities in Hebei province. The results showed that the model, based on grey cluster, not only could confirm the quality degree of every evaluation...
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A new evaluation index system of the assessment of higher education in China

Cao Lijuan, Li Meng
A new education index system is required in order to comprehensively improve the quality of higher education and achieve the training goal of applied talents. The education index system should be established by choosing the appropriate assessment methods. These methods could be selected by contrasting...
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The Seminar Teaching Approach of University Case Analysis of Master’s Degree Program

Wang Xing-ju, Gao Gui-feng, Zhao Lin
To explore students’ learning initiative and self-learning ability, the seminar teaching approach is necessary. The seminar teaching approach can also train students' verbal ability and enhance their sense of participation. The activities can develop students to get the comprehensive ability of exploring...
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Analysis of the Traditional Lecture Method combined with the Seminar Teaching Method in the Graduate Education

Wang Xing-ju, Zhao Lin, Gao Gui-feng
The traditional teaching method gives full play to the teacher's leading role and enables the student to obtain more knowledge. But the traditional teaching method makes the students lose the learning initiative and creativity. Seminar teaching method is a kind of research type teaching method. It fully...
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Problems of Effectiveness of Education Services for Persons with Disabilities in the Russian Federation

Elena Khudorenko
Education for Persons with Disabilities is a special socio-economic resource which is of paramount importance, aimed at reducing their isolation and economic de-pendence. The article is devoted to inves-tigating the problems of effectiveness of educational services for persons with dis-abilities and...
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Our Empirical Study of bank loans accessibility influence factors for SMEs

Hongmei Sun, Lei Cen, Na Jiang
In this paper, we use the basic data of SMEs, released in 2007-2010 on News of China's listed companies, and randomly select samples of 100 small and medium enterprises. We also utilize the bank loans availability as a proxy variable to build a multiple linear regression model. In a word, our empirical...
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A Wireless Control Platform Based on Browser/Server Mode

Xiao Hua, Xiao Yongdong
This paper builds a wireless control platform based on browser/server mode. The platform uses the ARM9-series S3C2440A to build embedded Web server, sets up a wireless local area network with ZigBee technology and designs responsive web as user interface which allow users to remote control devices in...
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Implementation of Interactive Whiteboards into the Educational Systems at Primary and Secondary Schools in the Slovak Republic

Peter Brecka, Monika Olekšáková
The contribution describes interactive whiteboards, their fundamental advantages and disadvantages, types, their deployment in practice in the frame of pedagogical innovations in the system of education in Slovakia and also their possible implementation in primary and secondary schools based on the previously...
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Service Learning for Empowering Tribal Peoples with Living Labs for Medical Education Reform in Taiwan

Duujian Tsai, Tsung Ping Yu, Yu Chia Chen, Shyh-Dye Lee
This project is establishing a platform for Living Lab experiments using smart technology in tribal areas of Taiwan, with the goal of empowering high mountain indigenous peoples. We are forging a learning environment through partner-ships between universities, tribal peoples and technology companies...
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Self-regulated learning behavior and perception of students participating in EU-SUPPORT social network

S. Charoenwet, I. Zurida
A student collaborative social network was established based on computer-supported collaborative learning (CSCL) platform of EU-SUPPORT network. The EU-SUPPORT is a sub network under the Norwegian Environmental Education that focuses on schools to promote the quality of education for sustainable development....
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A Study on Colleges and Universities Serving Local Economy from the Perspective of Industryuniversityresearch Integration

Huang Mingyue, Yang Guangmin
Industry-university-research integration is a unity which establishes the university-centered integration of education, scientific research and production. This unity is of very practical guiding importance to boost local economy, enhance regional economic vitality, and ensure school running characteristics...
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Construction of the Online Test System for Common Basic Course in Colleges

Xiyun Wang, Lei Wang, Dongguo Li
The teaching of common basic course in colleges has several drawbacks, such as teachers' subject and examination-driven approach. If teaching process was shifted from curriculum-centered to student-centered, there was a great improvement in teaching even in education. This paper suggests that it should...
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Improvement And Experimental Evaluation Bellman-Ford Algorithm

Wei Zhang, Hao Chen, Chong Jiang, Lin Zhu
The shortest path problem is the problem of finding a path between two vertices on a graph such that sum of the weights of its constituent edges is minimized.Simulations to compare the efficiencies for Dijkstra's algorithm, SPFA algorithm and improved Bellman-Ford were taken. The result shows that Dijkstra's...
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Virtualization Technology for Multimedia Interaction Cloud Education Services

Ren-Chiun Wang, Jeng-Ping Lin, Shih-Shin Hu
For enhancing the effectiveness of teach-ing and learning, e-learning is one of ways to achieve the goal. In past e-learning platforms, when more and more teaching materials are provided from characters (teachers, students, independent software vendors (ISV) and content service vendors (CSV)), or more...
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Discussion of Current Situation and Measures of Development Dalian Amateur Volleyball Clubs

Cao Mingming, Gao Qin
The development Dalian amateur volleyball clubs has just started. The research on amateur volleyball clubs is still inadequate and there exist problems in club operation and organization. This research expects to contribute to a faster and healthier development Dalian amateur volleyball clubs and to...
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Research on the Application of Blended Learning Model in Peasants Distance Education

Lei Chen, Jianxin Guo
It was more important to create a new training model to ensure the quality of distance education. From a peasant point of view, this paper thought that blended learning was an integration of face-to-face learning and on-line learning. Based on Beijing rural modern distance educa-tion platform, the paper...
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Mediating Effects of Value Congruence on Relationships between Motivation and Organizational Commitment in Nonprofit Sport Organizations

Wu Xiaojun, Zhu Zhiquan, Wu Hongyv
The purpose of this paper is to measure the mediating role of Value Congruence in the relationship between motivation and organizational commitment in non-profit sport organizations. An e-mail sur-vey was conducted with a sample of 223 volunteers in 12 non-profit sport organi-zations in a Jiangxi Province...
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Development of a Computerized Model of Performance-Based Measurement to Facilitate and Evaluate New Graduate Nurses’ Clinical Competence

Shwu-Ru Liou, Ching-Yu Cheng, Hsiu-Chen Liu, Shu-Ling Tsai
New graduate nurses are not adequately prepared for performing as expected by the clinical settings to meet the growing demands of complex healthcare environment. The purpose of the study was to develop a Computerized Model of Performance-Based Measurement (CMPBM) to improve and evaluate clinical competence...
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On Government’s Role in Innovating on System of Risk Investment

Wang Xie yong
We should recognize the government’s role in the initial establishment of risk investment system, however we wouldn’t neglect it’s the intervention of administrative power and system that resulted in “administrative” and “planned” capital market. Now what we should do are to counteract the administrative...
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Mining the Change of Fuzzy Quantitative Association Rules for Summative Assessment

Chih-Hong Huang, Tony Cheng-Kui Huang, Shih-Sheng Chen
A learning management system (LSM) prevails and it accumulates an amount of data about the progress of student learning, demographic and students’ background over different sessions. Educators are very concerned about the shifts of unknown relationships among a thousand variables about students in a...
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Design of personalized learning system in modern distance education for party members and cadres

Min Wang, Jianxin Guo
Personalized learning has been one of the most active areas of education innova-tion, particularly with the support of information technology development. At present, it has limited application in party members and cadres modern distance education. This article introduced ideas of designing personalized...
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ICT in Basic Education:Educational experience at EEFM Prof. “Bolívar Bordallo da Silva, Bragança”, Pará, Brazil.

Rezerneide Guimarães Melo, Rosália Souza de Oliveira
The computer and internet when incorpo-rated in to the school routine favors the development of new pedagogical circum-stances [1]. Many tools provided by ICTs offer interactive web space without the need what internet users have mastery of the programming language. The Ministry of Education - MEC directs...
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Daniela Barbulov Popov
Development of technology and visual communications implicates the necessity of the school subject visual art through which it is possible to present to the pupils the most important art pieces and achievements from the domain of visual communications which will form their opinion about aesthetics and...
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On English Reading Achievement and Perceptions

Pei-Chin Hsieh, Chang-Ho Ji
This study compared the effects of three instructional methods—synchronous online communication, asynchronous online communication, and traditional grammar translation method—in English reading comprehension. A quasi-experimental research design included pre and post reading comprehension tests for all...
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Vehicle Detection Method based on Adap-tive Background Updating Algorithm

Lin Guo, Xiang-hui Shen
This paper mainly researches and simulates the adaptive background updating algorithm based on Gaussian Mixture Model (GMM) in video vehicle detection, and it researches on some methods to extract the foreground. Frame difference method uses the brightness difference of two consecutive frames to analy-sis...
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Construction and Practice of Advanced Mathematics Curriculum Applicable to Undergraduate Economics Majors

Zhao Jiayin, Lv Wei, Zhang Xiaoqiao, Huang Qun, Bi Jing
For the purpose of constructing advanced mathematics course group for undergrad-uate economics majors, the thesis dis-cusses the teaching reform that centers on transferring the focus of the advanced mathematics course group of application-oriented universities from “mathematical calculation” to “application...
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Differentiated Service of Streaming Media Playback Technology

CHENG Zi-ao, MENG Bo, WANG Dan-hua, ZHAO Yue
With users increase in the personalized demand of streaming media service, to ensure the smooth transmission of streaming media and a reasonable reduc-tion of resources has become a measure of the quality of streaming media services. According to distinguishing the type of services and taking the personalized...
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Classification of Deep Web Data Sources Based on Feature Weight Estimate

Xiaoqing ZHOU, Jiaxiu SUN, Shubin Wang
The traditional search engine is unable to correct search for the magnanimous information in Deep Web hides. The Web database's classification is the key step which integrates with the Web database classification and retrieves. This article has proposed one kind of classification based on machine learning's...
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The Effect of e-Book on Students’ Learning Styles A Study in Terengganu, Malaysia

W. Roslina, S. Fahmy, Z. Fariha, N. Haslinda, A. Yacob, N. Sukinah, N. Suhana
Electronic Book or e-Book has been adopted in the education system throughout the worlddue to its positive effect to the learning environment. This paper is a part of a continuous research effort in the Malaysian e-Book project with the aim of investigating the effect of e-Book on students’ learning...
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Moral Dilemmas in Serious Games

Jacqueline Krebs
Why don’t we decide or act in certain situations like we deem it right? Decision-making and acting appropri-ately frequently differs in individual plans, resolutions, principles and attitudes from morality. This mismatch, between verdict and behavior, covers not only all areas of life but counts for...
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Implementation of Inquiry-based Learning Supported by Digital Technologies in Courses of Professional Development for Chemistry Teachers

Zita Jenisová, Jana Braniša, Janka Melušová
Inquiry-based learning (IBL) is based on students` enquire of different situations and formulate relating questions. Experi-mental activity from real-life chemistry using school-measuring equipment con-taining spectrometer connected to com-puter was piloted with 25 in-service teachers attending course...
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Sheila Nunes, Marcia Taborda, Carla Dias, Celly Saba, Vinícius Antunes
We present the process of work created by the Laboratory of Information Technologies and Communication - LaTIC, of the Rio de Janeiro State University - UERJ, to develop Virtual Multimedia Presentations (AVM) to different undergraduate courses in face-to-face model. The AVM recognized as are excellent...
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Development of A Web-based English Teaching Course to Increase Nursing Students’ Information Literacy Competency

Ching-Yu Cheng, Shwu-Ru Liou, Wei-Chieh Yu, Hsiu-Min Tsai
This study aimed to develop a web-based course to cultivate nursing students' information literacy competency. The study was a three-semester study that included a development of the course, pilot-test and modification of the course design, and final implementation of the modified course design. All...
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Integrated Design in Sustainable Architectural Education

Shaojie Zhang, Tieqiao Xiao
Green buildings and sustainable design have become the points architects are concerned about. At the same time, a lack of collaboration with other design disciplines is a problem encountered by many architecture designers. In such a situation, some architects promote a method of integrated design, which...
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Observation, research and natural sciences as part of the medical education. The historical context.

Orsolya Horber, Karoly Zilahi
The relationship between natural sciences and medicine has been a great deal closer throughout the history of medicine in Transylvania than it is nowadays. The physicians of the second half of the eighteenth century were accustomed to analyse the composition of mineral waters, to hike along the Carpathian...
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Collaboration through Open Educational Resources Based on the Lost Narrative

Andrea Cristina Versuti, Daniella De Jesus Lima, Daniel David Alves da Silva
This paper aims for discussing the Collaboration through Open Educational Resources based on the narrative of Lost. In order to get it developed, we propose to analyze the concept of Open Educational Resources and Transmedia Storytelling according to the data from the Lost narrative. We also aim to discuss...
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The study on the dimensions of dynamic capability of enterprises

Mingxian Wang, Ran Li
Now dynamic capability is the focus of academic research, but the empirical research of dynamic capability is difficult to study. According to related literature, we prove that the dynamic capability including four dimensions is valid with many theoretical analysis and questionnaire survey of empirical...
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The Construction and Validity of Scale of Self-Efficacy for Statistical Literacy

Su-Wei Lin, Chien-Yi Huang
This study aims to investigate the de-velopment and application of the scale of self-efficacy for senior high school stu-dents’ statistical literacy (SSESL). Statis-tical literacy refers to the ability to inter-pret and critically evaluate messages that contain statistical elements. Regarding science...
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The Role of eLearning in Enterprise Training in Australia

Chau Giang
eLearning is one of the essential compo-nents of workplace training in recent im-plementations of enterprise systems at large Australian organisations. Often used in a blended learning approach, eLearn-ing plays a major role in providing basic information to a large number of users in typically short...
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Expert Knowledge in Distance Learning Approaches

Dipl Math, Dirk Malzahn
Growing economies require methods and technologies to develop the capabilities of a high number of people in short time. E-learning approaches cover the standard repertoire of academic knowledge, but the distribution of experience and expert knowledge is merely addressed. This pa-per describes the design...
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Research on Electric Power EPON Access Network Service Quality Improvement Based On The Intelligent Pipeline Architecture

Chen Xiaotian, Wang Pan, Liu Shidong
Different kinds of applications are carried on EPON-based electric power EPON access network and recently most work is focus on ensuring QoS of im-portant services when congestion hap-pened. Combined those established archi-tectures in public telecommunication networks with characteristics of electric...
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A Quest for Knowledge Representation Instruction

Lisa Orszullok, Kathrin Knautz, Simone Soubusta
Given the evidence for a new generation of users – the digital natives, an examina-tion of the factors that impact upon their social and learning behavior, seems war-ranted. In addition to these changes in learning habits, we should pose the ques-tion whether this generation lacks a new form of teaching...
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The Application of British Parliamentary Debate in College English Classroom from Multimodal Perspective

Lu Lu
The application of British Parliamentary debate in Chinese college English classroom is an effective way to create multimodal communication environment, so as to trigger students’ interest in learning as well as to improve their communicative skills and critical thinking. This paper provides a theoretical...
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An instrument for evaluating problem solving, inquiry and programming skills in the context of robotics education

Heilo Altin, Margus Pedaste
Educational robotics has been mostly practiced as an extracurricular activity. There are few studies evaluating the ef-fect of robotics education on students’ improvement. For such studies an instru-ment for evaluating study effect in the context of robotics is needed. We devel-oped and tested such an...
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Partial distributed teams as learning practice: experience from PDT project

Rimantas Gatautis, Asta Kazakeviciute, Audrone Medziausiene
Paper presents experience of participating in Partially Distributed Teams project, which is considered as good learning practice for students. During the project student work in subteam which are physi-cally co-located and share the same work context, however geographic distance separates multiple subteams...
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Assistive Technologies Summer School:STEM-subjects and robotics

Lena Hoffmann, Sven Franz, Thomas Eilts, Frank Wallhoff
The MINTOL project envisaged a Sum-mer School about robotics and computer science in relation to the STEM-subjects in Oldenburg. The participants, German high school pupils, got a structured ap-proach to concepts of assistive technolo-gies and got to know specific practical examples, respectively with...
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An Instructional Design Model Based On the Problem-Based Learning

Corina Musuroi, Ioana Iacob
This paper aims to describe a project of instructional design conceived to promote the principle of student-centered educa-tion. This pattern of education targets the students’ knowledge needs by continu-ously modeling their learning environ-ment. The described model is actually a chal-lenge, a path...
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Exercise generation with the system Passarola

José João Almeida, Isabel Araújo, Irene Brito, Nuno Carvalho, Gaspar J. Machado, Rui M. S. Pereira, Georgi Smirnov
A robust multi-domain coverage exercise generation system usually works with an-swers of simple types (e.g. multiple-choice, Boolean, integer, or file compari-son). In this paper we describe Passarola, a simple, yet powerful, exercise genera-tion system and its language that anyone with no computer science...
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Transdisciplinarity in research and education

Mara Elena Lucia
Transdisciplinarity leads to intensification of relations between disciplines and discovering new horizons of knowledge. Transdisciplinary research is radically distinct from disciplinary research, among them being a complementary relationship. Forming adolescents for life by valuing self-organization...
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Using mobile devices to leverage student access to collaboratively-generated resources: A case of WhatsApp instant messaging at a South African University

Patient Rambe, Crispen Chipunza
WhatsApp instant messaging has poten-tial to bridge information divides between educators and students. Its capacity to create personalised environments was harnessed to share collectively generated educational resources among previously disadvantaged students (PDS) students at a South African university....
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Multi-Service Terminal Adapter Applications in Lifelong Learning

Li Gao, Zhichao Du, Xin Li, Yatai Ji, Xupeng Ren, Panpan Li
Taking advantage of ample modern existing telecom network resources, lifelong learning may achieve rapid development and become popular gradually in information society. The resources include the establishment of integrated rural information service platform, modern remote education center and electronic...
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Impacts of network resources on teaching and the corresponding countermeasures

Hu Lan, Xue Xiangfeng, Yang Hui, Sun Yanfei, Cheng Gang
Under the time of information age, network teaching, the product of the combination of modern science and technology and modern education theory, widely used in the practice of teaching and education system, is bound to make many new innovations with the development of computer-assisted teaching and...
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Exploration of Talent-training Integration Mode Based on School-enterprise Cooperation in Terms of IT Majors

Xianping Yu, Shanxiong Chen, Sheng Wu
In view of the reform of undergraduate training mode in IT majors, the integra-tion training mode of school-enterprise cooperation that runs throughout the whole process of IT talent training has been explored in this paper. It is proposed that the integrated professional curricu-lum system which takes...
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Effects of the Online VOD self-learning on English ability of Taiwanese college students: The ARCS approach

Da-Fu Huang
This study investigated the effect of the Live DVD self-learning system on English learning movitvation of students of a Taiwanese technological university. Modeled on on the ARCS motivation model of Keller (1987), this study vali-dated the ARCS model, examined the effects of Majors and English Levels...
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Feedback Mechanism Construction of Problem-based Learning Teaching Approach in Cartography Course

Chang Jiang, Yunsong Shi, Jun Wang
Teaching system is based on the feedback. The internal function of a logical teaching system is monitored and regulated by the feedback. Constructing the feedback mechanism of teaching approach and making use of the feedback information to improve teaching effect are urgent problems of cartography course....
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About “Do Evaluation of Teaching” of Quaternity of The Training Mode of Exploration and Research

Wei Fu, Pengguang Tang, Qian Li, Hao Xie, Jian Fang
With the development of modern society, all walks of life increasingly need innovative applied talents with strong hands-on skills. Aimed at the disadvantages of the traditional practice teaching mode, and through the analysis of training mode at home and abroad, this paper puts forward a "teaching evaluation”...
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Brief analyzes on the status quo and the way of reform of the college practice training

Wei Fu, Pengguang Tang, Qian Li, Hao Xie, Jian Fang
Along with the high-speed development of the social economy, the enterprises demanding the ability of college students have become increasingly, changes are essentially for the traditional practice teaching mode. This article will analyze the status quo of traditional training teaching mode, and proposed...
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Research and application upon Open education graduation thesis database system based on web 2.0

Zhenxiang Liu, Xiaolin Xin, Yan Jia, Ping Yu, Xinran Wei
Aiming at repairing the shortcomings of the existing Open education graduation thesis database system, we develop an Open education graduation thesis data-base system based on web 2.0 according to the notions and methods of Web 2.0.Ajax, LINQ, Social labels and other technique are introduced into our...
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Contribution of Information and Communications Technologies (ICTs) to Improve Education Service Delivery in Tanzania: An Overview

Restituta Mushi, Manoj Maharaj
Advancement in technology has changed the way people think, live and engage in socio-economic development. Infor-mation and Communication Technologies (ICTs) have played and continue to play a key role in education and in the education sector. Considering education as key to all aspects of social change,...
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Application Research of EPON in Distribution Automation System

Ren Jie, Zhang Gang, Yu Qiang, Yu Pengfei, Huang Zhi, Chen Wei
This paper introduces the basic principle of EPON and discusses the feasibility of EPON applied in distribution automation system from the aspects of transmission ability, reliability, security, expandability and economical efficiency. Based on analysis of the structures commonly ap-plied in distribution...
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Study of Informationization of Physical Education in Regular Institutions of Higher Education in Hebei Province

Yili Sun, Jiayu Jiang
This paper takes some sports departments in higher education institutions in Hebei province as study objects, adopting the method of document literature, survey, interview and mathematical statistics to study the information infrastructure, personnel quality and the effect of the application of infomationization...
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Preconditions of the Manifestation of Teacher’s ICT Competence in the Study Programmes

Brigita Janiunaite, Vitalija Jakstiene, Gintautas Cibulskas
The article addresses the following re-search question: how does a study pro-gramme create premises for the manifes-tation of teacher’s ICT competence? This problem is solved in four parts of the arti-cle. In the first part the ICT competence of a university teacher is defined; the sec-ond part reveals...
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Selected issues of the Bluetooth technology in control on-line and telemetry

Elzbieta Grzejszczyk
This paper discusses how Bluetooth net-works are built and facilitate communication. Analysis of protocol stack and selected profiles application were presented. A remote measurements and on-line controlling system for a given object was described as practical implementation of the technology standard....
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A collaborative learning feedback framework integrating mobile and web application for hands-on activity in classroom

Changyong Jung, Sukjin Lee, Hongsik Choi, James Ames
Educational learning systems have been moving to the new innovative methods that utilize mobile devices. The mobile technology becomes more demanding especially in higher educational organization to help many activities in the classroom in these days. Thus, we have proposed a new framework, referred...
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A Novel Power Communication Access Network with OFDM-WDM-PON

Shen Wen, Deng Hui, Wang Wei, Hou Gong
In this paper, we propose a novel power communication access network for Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) based WDM-PON. OFDM improved WDM-PON in the flexibility of the bandwidth allocation. The OFDM-WDM-PON can effectively seclude the distribution services from the electricity services....
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An Efficient Activation Function for Blind Separation of Speech Signals

Shouyu Sun
The aim of this paper is to study blind separation of speech signals based on feedforward neural network with sine ac-tivation function. The natural gradient is a major contribution to blind source separation (BSS) because its performance is independent of the mixing matrix. Computer simulations are...
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Exploration of the Sport Injury Characteristics and Reasons of Tennis Amateurs

Liu Yuanhai, Shi Guoying, Yang Gang, Wang Zhihui
By using the method of questionnaire, literature, data statistics and other research methods, a questionnaire survey was carried out among tennis amateurs in Wuhan, Xiaogan, Xianning. On the basis of knowing the current situation of tennis amateur sports injury on the knowledge, we summarize a conclusion...
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Educational computer games development: methodology, techniques, implementation

Olga Shabalina, Pavel Vorobkalov, Alexander Kataev, Alla Kravets
Educational games development process includes all the stages of software devel-opment process. But there are important specific problems of educational games development to be solved related to the way of integration of educational content to the game and technologies of its im-plementation. In this...
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Study of the Application of the Task-based Approach of the Module of Foreign Trade Negotiation----Take Claim Negotiation for Example

Chunying Weng, Yaya Yuan
Based on the analysis of Task-based Teaching Approach and its practice in Module of Foreign Trade Negotiation in vocational colleges, this paper aims to explore an effective teaching method to improve the enthusiasm of the students and enhance their trade negotiation abili-ties in English with practical...
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Exploration of a Curriculum System Reform of Embedded Technology and Application Based on Cloud Services

Tangren Dan, Haihong Yang, He Tao, Yi Li, Huazhong Li
A specialized curriculum system design based on the work process systematization is a kind of design method commonly used in higher vocational education. By taking "necessary" and "enough" as principles, introducing the concept of cloud services and analyzing the professional occupation and capacity...
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Expand distance education connotation by the construction of a general education cloud

Xu Zhihong, Gu Junhua, Dong Yongfeng, Zhang Jun, Li Yan
With the development and popularization of cloud computing technology, education cloud appears gradually also. The construction of education cloud has the positive function for modern distance education to refrain from repetitive construction of CAI system and strengthen personalized teaching, remote...
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Status and improving countermeasures of information technology education and students’ application ability in primary and secondary schools in Qinghai ethnic areas

Zhanlong Guo
this paper makes a field survey on teachers and opening status of information technology courses, and the status of computer configuration and students’ application ability in primary and secondary schools in Qinghai ethnic areas, and analyzes problems and proposes feasible improving countermeasures.
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Student capabilities to utilize m-learning service in new smart devices

Amir Dirin, Marko Nieminen, Mirka Kettunen
A typical gadget that students often carry is a smart phone. Each smart phone brand has often unique features and capabilities. This study reveals how stu-dents perceive these devices when they start-up for the first time and discusses the major gaps among these devices based on students’ usability experiments....
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Bridging the Gap between University and Industry: Efforts Made at Faculty of Engineering – Rabigh - Saudi Arabia

Abdullah Al-Shehri, Mostafa A-b Ebrahim, Hani Shafeek, Mohamed Fekry Soliman, Mohamed Helmy Abdel-Aziz
For a long time collaboration between Universities and industry has been existed, but the rapid increase of global knowledge has strengthened the demand for strategic relationships that go beyond the conventional funding of research projects. The role of the university’s research should be developed...
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Research on Teaching Reform of Operating System Course in Engineering Education Mode

Li Yingda
With the progress and development in the field of automation and IT, teaching op-erating system will face more new prob-lems, as a traditional computer courses. The teaching of operating system course is discussed in this paper from the per-spective of the "operating system" in our school's teaching...
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From Traditional to Applied:A Case Study in Industrial Engineering Curriculum

Hani Shafeek, Mohammed Aman, Muhammad Marsudi
Applied Industrial Engineering is the application of management and technical skills for the design of new products, integration of production and/or information systems and the improvement of manufacturing processes. The purpose of this case study is to present the results of an initial research study...
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Using Web 2.0 Learning Tools: Two Virtual Experiences?

M.A. Fernández, M.J. Muñoz, J.M. Rivera, R. Léon, E. Escrig, I. Ferrero
The main purpose of this work is to pre-sent successful learning experiences based on creativity, innovation and the use of Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) to develop training practices in the area of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). The learning expe-riences consist in the development...
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Reform and Exploration of Single Chip Computer Course Teaching Experiment Board

Zhang Fu-yan, Teng Ying-yan
This paper analyses the limitations and shortcomings of existing single chip computer course teaching experiment equipment. For the conveniences of stu-dents to learn and use, enhancing stu-dents' comprehensive ability and quality, the author designed a teaching experi-ment board. The teaching board...
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Research on Auto-solving Methods of You-sentence Word Problems

Ying Zhou, Shengli Wang, Panfei Li, Yun Ren
Based on natural language processing technology, cognitive psychology theory and word problem teaching methods, word problem auto-solving and intelligent tutoring technologies have become hot issues of research in recent years. However, since word problems are described by natural language, the number...
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An I-POMDP Based Multi-Agent Architecture for Dialogue Tutoring

Fangju Wang
Dialogue systems have been widely con-sidered as useful tools for education. The challenging tasks in developing a dia-logue tutoring system include correctly interpreting student input and choosing appropriate responses. In this paper, we present a two-agent architecture for ad-dressing the challenges....
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Heartbeat and Drbd the application in the large capacity OLT

Wang He, Sun Xiaoyan, Zhang Zenghua, Li Chunlong, Wang Xiangqun
With Drbd OLT system for large-capacity high-availability performance requirements , to Heartbeat as the research object , the system with hot standby high availability also has the function of the synchronization file. This paper discussed the basic principles and feasibility of Heartbeat and Drbd application...
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Implementation of Virtual Laboratories for a Scientific Distance Game-Competition for Schoolchildren

Posov Ilya, Pozdniakov Sergei
CTE contest is an international scientific distance game-competition for school-children which provides participants with three optimization problems for one week and three software modules (virtual la-boratories) that allow experimenting with problems and automatically save best solutions. After the...
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Research on Application of Mining Association Rules in Education Evaluation

Hao Jiang, Jie Cai
The paper details the algorithms and the whole process of mining association rules, and conducts a mining experiment on the database of postgraduate information. First, according to the actual situation of the postgraduate database, it adopts Al-lied Bus Transfer Algorithm to realize the data extraction...
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Electronic Agenda Design for a Class with Special Educational Needs

M.E. Cárdenas, P. Villa, R.E. Vargas, L. Vega, R.R. Quintero
General population dependency in tech-nological development makes us realize the urgent to develop also applications that take into account people with special educational needs and other capabilities. We present the design of an “electronic agenda” that provides care of special needs of an Orff class...