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Deepak, Gerard; Trivedi, Ishdutt – International Journal of Adult Education and Technology, 2023
Recommender systems have been actively used in many areas like e-commerce, movie and video suggestions, and have proven to be highly useful for its users. But the use of recommender systems in online learning platforms is often underrated and less likely used. But many of the times it lacks personalisation especially in collaborative approach…
Descriptors: Learning Strategies, Artificial Intelligence, Information Systems, Algorithms
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Abirami, A. M.; Pudumalar, S.; Pandeeswari, S. Thiruchadai – International Journal of Adult Education and Technology, 2023
Software engineering is a core theory course offered in undergraduate engineering programmes which deals with various systematic approaches, methods, and tools that can be employed for designing, developing, testing, and maintaining quality software applications. It is one of the challenging courses for the teaching faculty. After graduation, the…
Descriptors: Educational Environment, Undergraduate Students, Computer Science Education, Computer Software
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Wang, Min; Liu, Fen; Yu, Zhonggen – International Journal of Adult Education and Technology, 2023
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the issue of self-paced flipped learning has received considerably critical attention, because the physical face-to-face classroom has become one of the major obstacles during the pandemic. This research aims to figure out the effects of self-paced flipped learning on students' learning efficiency, satisfaction,…
Descriptors: Learner Engagement, Student Satisfaction, Outcomes of Education, Technology Uses in Education
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Torrisi-Steele, Geraldine; Junior, Guido Carim; Morrison, Clare; Venema, Sven; Co, Jomelson – International Journal of Adult Education and Technology, 2023
In higher education, the role of assessment has evolved from serving only the purpose of evaluation of the outcomes of the learning process to assessment as part of the learning purposes. Summative or formative, the potential of assessment to facilitate learning is now recognised. Feedback is one of the most influential factors on learning but is…
Descriptors: Feedback (Response), Written Language, Student Evaluation, College Students
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Kosar, Gülten – International Journal of Adult Education and Technology, 2023
Seeing that an overwhelming number of the students enrolled in the courses she offered did not attend the synchronous online lessons, the researcher felt the need for carrying out this qualitative case study to investigate the reasons behind it from the perspective of not only the non-attending but also attending students. Two qualitative surveys…
Descriptors: College Students, Student Attitudes, Attendance, Synchronous Communication
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Storey, Valerie A. – International Journal of Adult Education and Technology, 2023
Evidence shows that artificial intelligence (AI) has become an important subject in academia, representing about 2.2% of all scientific publications. One concern for doctoral programs is the future role of AI in doctoral writing due to the increase in AI-generated content, such as text and images. Apprehensions have been expressed that the use of…
Descriptors: Correlation, Artificial Intelligence, Doctoral Dissertations, Writing Difficulties
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Liu, Xindi; Yu, Zhonggen – International Journal of Adult Education and Technology, 2023
Bilibili, a popular video-sharing and danmaku-themed platform, has played a crucial role in online learning. However, limited research has been conducted to examine the factors that influence its users' continuance intention. Thus, this study proposes an integrated model of technology acceptance model, expectation-confirmation model, and…
Descriptors: Video Technology, Technology Uses in Education, Intention, Electronic Learning
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Ghodoosi, Bahareh; Torrisi-Steele, Geraldine; West, Tracey; Li, Qinyi – International Journal of Adult Education and Technology, 2023
There is no single agreed-upon definition of data literacy because expectations of what it means to be data literate varies across contexts. The lack of agreement on a definition of data literacy across contexts is therefore necessary. However, definitions are important. Definitions embody our understanding of concepts and are the foundation for…
Descriptors: Definitions, Data, Information Literacy, College Graduates
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Fleming, Ted – International Journal of Adult Education and Technology, 2023
This paper explores experience that is both misconstrued and under theorized in adult education. Human experience is expressed in the public sphere as the motivation for social and political change. The connections among experience, the public sphere, and democracy are identified. The allies in exploring the role of experience in education are…
Descriptors: Transformative Learning, Adult Education, Democracy, Social Environment
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Candace Hastings; Carrie J. Boden; Debbie Thorne; Aimee Roundtree; Maricela May; Kandi D. Pomeroy – International Journal of Adult Education and Technology, 2023
The purpose of the study was to understand faculty career values and how faculty values and priorities were affected by COVID-19. Using a mixed-method design, this study found there were differences among the relative value faculty placed on research, teaching, and service, and these differences were consistent with expectations for faculty…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Values, COVID-19, Pandemics
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Howard A. Doughty – International Journal of Adult Education and Technology, 2023
This article concerns the problematic connection between Marxism and Andragogy. The former is generally regarded as an unpopular, discredited and, in some political circles, a dangerously revolutionary political doctrine, mainly of historical interest. The latter is a conventional, contemporary, and pragmatic approach to adult education that…
Descriptors: Andragogy, Political Attitudes, Critical Theory, Cultural Context
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Linda Marie Ellington – International Journal of Adult Education and Technology, 2023
Mattering, a concept rooted in social psychology, holds significant implications for organizational leadership dynamics. This article provides an overview of exploration into the multifaceted role of mattering in organizational leadership. Mattering refers to the perception that one is essential and meaningful to others in a given context and its…
Descriptors: Leadership Styles, Motivation, Job Satisfaction, Job Performance
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Xiaoyu Wang; Nurhasmiza Sazalli; Wan Nur Asyura Wan Adnan – International Journal of Adult Education and Technology, 2023
In this study, 210 articles were reviewed from two databases--Web of Science and Scopus--using the systematic literature review method, following the PRISMA (preferred reporting items for systematic reviews and meta-analyses) selection and analysis process. Through systematic literature review and statistical analysis of empirical research…
Descriptors: Blended Learning, Learning Strategies, Models, Student Attitudes
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Sumbera, Becky Gail; Beck, Carmen; McIntyre, Miranda M.; Canelon, Jesus – International Journal of Adult Education and Technology, 2022
Currently, the literature provides some coherent evidence of what underrepresented minority (URM) students perceive they need to be successful, as well as what researchers empirically find important for URM student success. However, while success factors overlap with adoption factors, online course adoption is also affected by several important…
Descriptors: Disproportionate Representation, Minority Group Students, Online Courses, Student Attitudes
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Liu, Yu; Dorocak, John; Kim, Dongman; Scott, Winifred – International Journal of Adult Education and Technology, 2022
The purpose of this study is to investigate accounting and finance students' perceptions of online education in an environment where online course delivery is mature and has been well supported. Undergraduate students majoring in accounting and finance were surveyed to identify what those preferences are. Consistent with literature, there is a…
Descriptors: Accounting, Business Administration Education, Finance Occupations, Student Attitudes
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