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Auer, Michael E.

Teaching and Learning in a Digital World

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Table of contents

1. Scratch as Educational Tool to Introduce Robotics
Pedro Plaza, Elio Sancristobal, German Carro, Manuel Castro, Manuel Blázquez, Javier Muñoz, Mónica Álvarez

2. Design and Set-up of an Automated Lecture Recording System in Medical Education
Herwig Rehatschek

3. Collaborative Learning Advancing International Students
Ana Virtudes, Ilda Inacio Rodrigues, Victor Cavaleiro

4. Collaborative Learning of DC Transients inSeries Circuit with MATLAB asaLearningAid
Gargi Basu, Urmila Kar

5. The Practical Experiences with Educational Software for Modelling Interactive Collaborative Teaching
Stefan Svetsky, Oliver Moravcik, Pavol Tanuska, Iveta Markechova

6. Exploring Student Interest of Online Peer Assisted Learning Using Mixed-Reality Technology
Sasha Nikolic, Benjamin Nicholls

7. Monitoring the Knowledge Building Process in a CSCL Environment: A Case Study from Turkey
Gülgün Afacan Adanır

8. Improving Online Interaction Among Blended Distance Learners at Makerere University
Harriet M. Nabushawo, Paul B. Muyinda, Ghislain M. N. Isabwe, Andreas Prinz, Godfrey Mayende

9. A Technological Proposal Using Virtual Worlds to Support Entrepreneurship Education for Primary School Children
Angela Pereira, Paulo Martins, Leonel Morgado, Benjamim Fonseca, Micaela Esteves

10. Social Life in Virtual Universities
Jozef Hvorecký, Monika Dávideková

11. Evaluating Collaborative Learning Using Community of Inquiry Framework for a Blended Learning Formal Methods Course
Saad Zafar, Naurin Farooq Khan, Seema Hussain

12. The “Architectural Jewels of Lublin” Game as a Tool for Collaborative Interactive Learning of History
Marek Milosz, Jerzy Montusiewicz

13. Acquiring the History of the City withCollaborative Game Based Learning
Dariusz Czerwinski, Marek Milosz, Patryk Karczmarczyk, Mateusz Kutera, Marcin Najda

14. Work-in-Progress: Lean Education/Lean Innovation
Andrei Neagu, Doru Ursutiu, Cornel Samoila

15. Using PBL and Rapid Prototyping Resources to Improve Learning Process
Jovani Castelan, Rosemere Damasio Bard

16. Influence of Study Skills on the Dropout Rate of Universities: Results from a Literature Study
Nilüfer Deniz Bas, Robert Heininger, Matthias C. Utesch, Helmut Krcmar

17. Electrical Engineering Students’ Achievement in Measurement Accuracy of Digitized Signals – Work in Progress
Nissim Sabag, Elena Trotskovsky

18. How Does Indirect Feedback Affect the Attitude in Higher Software Engineering Education?
Martina Kuhn

19. ‘‘We Don’t Want to Know Their Names!’’
Evgenia Sikorski, Cristina Urbina, Michael Canz, Evelyn Großhans

20. Internet of Vehicles Demo System for Autonomous Driving Applications Used in Engineering Education
Gerald Kalteis, Gabriele Schachinger, Bernhard Miksovsky, Martin Potocnik, Rezek Michael

21. New Concept of Learning Mathematics
Anil Baburao Satpute

22. How to Bring a Graduate Program Closer to Employers’ Needs?
Laurent Veillard, Stéphanie Tralongo, Catherine Galli, Abdelaziz Bouras, Michel Le Nir

23. A Constructivist Approach to the use of Case Studies in teaching Engineering Ethics
Diana Adela Martin, Edward Conlon, Brian Bowe

24. Measuring the Increase in Students’ Comprehension in a Flipped Introductory Calculus Course
Rahmad Dawood, Mohd. Syaryadhi, Muhammad Irhamsyah, Roslidar

25. Training Using Professional Simulators in Engineering Education: A Solution and a Case Study
Dorin Isoc

26. Engineering Students’ Solutions to Accuracy Problems in Analog Electronics Course
Elena Trotskovsky, Nissim Sabag

27. The Necessity of Competency Development in Engineering Informatics Education in the Light of Students’ Characteristics
Zita Tordai, Ildikó Holik

28. Assessing the Needs of Technical Intelligentsia for Professional Development
Ekaterina Makarenko, Larisa Petrova, Alexander Solovyev, Vjatcheslav Prikhodko

29. Plagiarism Deterring by Using aSociocyberneticSystem
Dorin Isoc

30. Systemic Approach to In-house Training in English for Technical University Staff
Inga Slesarenko, Irina Zabrodina, Maria Netesova

31. Inbound International Faculty Mobility Programs in Russia: Best Practices
Artem Bezrukov, Julia Ziyatdinova, Phillip Sanger, Vasily G. Ivanov, Natalia Zoltareva

32. Effect of an Emotional Video on Skin Conductance Response of Respondents in Dependence on Personality Type
Martin Malcik, Miroslava Miklosikova

33. Motivation of Adolescents to the Study of Technical Branches as a Priority of the Czech Education System
Pavel Andres, Alena Vališová, Petr Svoboda, Lenka Mynaříková

34. Psychology and Pedagogical Maintenance of Formation of Career Competence of Future Engineers
Khatsrinova Olga, Vasily G. Ivanov

35. Collaborative Project-Based Learning in Training of Engineering Students
Gulnara F. Khasanova, Phillip A. Sanger

36. Work in Progress: Real-Time Annotations of Video-Lectures
Marco Ronchetti

37. The Perception of the One-Semester International Academic Mobility Programme by Students of Computer Science
Marek Milosz, Elzbieta Milosz

38. Influence of the Mobile Digital Resources (MDR) Conceptual Model in Motivation of Disadvantaged Students
María José Albert Gómez, Clara Pérez Molina, María García Pérez, Isabel Ortega Sánchez, Manuel Castro

39. The Math Trail as a Learning Activity Model for M-Learning Enhanced Realistic Mathematics Education: A Case Study in Primary Education
Georgios Fessakis, Paschalina Karta, Konstantinos Kozas

40. Teachers’ Feedback on the Development of Virtual Speaking Buddy (VirSbud) Application
Radzuwan Ab Rashid, Saiful Bahri Mohamed, Mohd Fazry A. Rahman, Syadiah Nor Wan Shamsuddin

41. Mobile Learning Environments Application M-Tais Timor: A Study of East Timor
Hariyanto Santoso, Ofelia Cizela Costa Tavares, Suyoto

42. Mobile Learning Zoo: A Case Study of Indonesia
Jourgi Epardi, Oktavianus Teguh Prayitno, Suyoto

43. Learning to Read and Identifies the Level of Hearing Disability Early Age Using a Mobile Learning Application
Paulus Haba Lena, Wayan Rupika Jimbara, Suyoto

44. Mobile Pocket KalDik: Dynamic and Interactive Academic Calendar
Amaya Andri Damaini, Ginanjar Setyo Nugroho, Suyoto

45. Learning Style and Consciousness Factors in E-Learning System on Information Security
Kiyoshi Nagata, Yutaka Kigawa, Tomoko Aoki

46. Mobile Device or Personal Computer for Online Learning – Students’ Satisfaction in Yemeni Universities
Daniela Tuparova, Abdul Rahman Al-Sabri, Georgi Tuparov

47. Cryptography Applied to the Internet of Things
Javier Sanchez Guerrero, Robert Vaca Alban, Marco Guachimboza, Cristina Páez Quinde, Margarita Narváez Ríos, Luis Alfredo Jimenez Ruiz

48. Be Active and Explore
Magdalena Brzezinska

49. PDM Field Study and Evaluation in Collaborative Engineering Education
Andreas Probst, Detlef Gerhard, Martin Ebner

50. Soundcool Project: Collaborative Music Creation
Elena Robles Mateo, Jaime Serquera, Nuria Lloret Romero, Jorge Sastre Martínez

51. The Application of Action Research to Review Modern Techniques in Manufacturing Systems
Sungyoul Lee

52. Analysis of Behaviors of Participants in Meetings
Eiji Watanabe, Takashi Ozeki, Takeshi Kohama

53. Educational Effects for University Students Through Multiple-Years Participation in Out-of-Curriculum Project Activities
Makoto Hasegawa

54. Presentation Skills of Mentor Teachers
Istvan Simonics

55. A Two-Sided Approach of Applying Software Engineering Perspectives in Higher Education
Rebecca Reuter, Martina Kuhn, Jürgen Mottok

56. Peer Review as a Tool for Person-Centered Learning: Computer Science Education at Secondary School Level
Dominik Dolezal, Renate Motschnig, Robert Pucher

57. Can Pair Programming Address Multidimensional Issues in Higher Education?
Marco Klopp, Carolin Gold-Veerkamp, Martina Kuhn, Joerg Abke

58. PTD: Player Type Design to Foster Engaging and Playful Learning Experiences
Johanna Pirker, Christian Gütl, Johannes Löffler

59. The Use of New Learning Technologies in Higher Education Classroom: A Case Study
Micaela Esteves, Angela Pereira, Nuno Veiga, Rui Vasco, Anabela Veiga

60. Innovation of CAD/CAE System Teaching at Upper Secondary Education
Peter Kuna, Alena Hašková, Miloš Palaj, Miloslav Skačan, Ján Záhorec

61. The Playful Approach to Teaching How to Program: Evidence by a Case Study
Matthias C. Utesch, Victor Seifert, Loina Prifti, Robert Heininger, Helmut Krcmar

62. New Approach to Architectural Design Education
Yunus Turan Pekmezci, Taybuğa Aybars Mamalı

63. An Iterative Approach for Institutional Adoption and Implementation of Flipped Learning: A Case Study of Middle East College
Dhivya Bino, Kiran Gopakumar Rajalekshmi, Chandrasekhar Ramaiah

64. Evaluation of Early Introduction to Concurrent Computing Concepts in Primary School
Eleni Fatourou, Nikolaos C. Zygouris, Thanasis Loukopoulos, Georgios I. Stamoulis

65. Flipped Classroom Method Combined with Project Based Group Work
Ilona Béres, Márta Kis

66. “Let’s Go… Kahooting” – Teachers’ Views on C.R.S. for Teaching Purposes
Marianthi Batsila, Charilaos Tsihouridis

67. Introducing “Kodu” to Implement Cross Curricular Based Scenarios in English for K-12 Learners
Marianthi Batsila, Charilaos Tsihouridis, Anastasios Tsichouridis

68. On Legal Support for Engineering Activities: A New Managerial Project
Svetlana Barabanova, Vasily G. Ivanov, Raushaniya Zinurova, Maria Suntsova

69. ICT Used to Teach Geography to Primary School Children – An Alternative Teaching Approach
Despina M. Garyfallidou, George S. Ioannidis

70. Assessing the Learning Process Playing with Kahoot – A Study with Upper Secondary School Pupils Learning Electrical Circuits
Charilaos Tsihouridis, Dennis Vavougios, George S. Ioannidis

71. Concept Proposal for Integrating Awareness of Sustainability Through Student Assignments
Monika Dávideková, Michal Greguš ml.

72. Interactive Teaching Methods as Human Factors Management Tool in Dangerous Goods Transport on Roads
Jelizaveta Janno, Ott Koppel

73. The IntersTICES-Type Activity (ITA) and Its Impact on Pre-service Teacher Trainers’ e-Learning Culture
Genny Villa

74. A Look-Back to Jump Forward: From an Ancient Innovation Culture to the Exploration of Emerging Pedagogies in Engineering
Francisca Barrios, Melanie Cornejo, Brian O’Hara, Francisco Tarazona-Vasquez

75. Student Performance and Learning Experience in MOOCs: The Possibilities of Interactive Activity-Based Online Learning Materials
János Ollé, Žolt Namestovski

76. Work in Progress: An Investigation on the Use of SCORM Based Pre-class Activities in the Flipped Classrooms
R. D. Senthilkumar

77. Collaborative Learning Supported with Mediawiki Platform in Technical University Environment
Ján Mojžiš, Štefan Balogh, Michal Ásványi, Ivana Budinská

78. Openness of Academic Staff for Educational Innovation in Hungarian HEIs
Maria Kocsis Baan, Edina Espán, Adrienn Nehézy

79. A Remote Mode Master Degree Program in Sustainable Energy Engineering: Student Perception and Future Direction
Udalamattha Gamage Kithsiri, Amagaha Pathirage Thaushka Sandaruwan Peiris, Tharanga Wickramarathna, Kumudu Amarawardhana, Ruchira Abeyweera, Nihal N. Senanayake, Jeevan Jayasuriya, Torsten H. Fransson

80. An Empirical Study on the Use of Gamification on IT Courses at Higher Education
Balázs Barna, Szabina Fodor

81. Research Oriented Learning in a Research Association – Evaluated in a Maturity Model
Kerstin Haas, Jürgen Mottok

82. Preparing Future Career Ready Professionals: A Portfolio Process to Develop Critical Thinking Using Digital Learning and Teaching
Jennifer Rowley, Jennifer Munday, Patsie Polly

83. A Creative Ecosystem to Improve the Students Adaptation to Current Trends in IT Companies
František Babič, Vladimír Gašpar

84. Development of the Intelligent System of Engineering Education for Corporate Use in the University and Enterprises
Alexander Afanasyev, Nikolay Voit, Irina Ionova, Maria Ukhanova, Vyacheslav Yepifanov

85. Innopolis University, a Center of a Newly-Developed IT Hub in Russia: The Results of Four Years of Academic Operation
Tanya Stanko, Oksana Zhirosh, Petr Grachev

86. A Design Framework for Interdisciplinary Communities of Practice Towards STEM Learning in 2nd Level Education
Kieran Delaney, Michelle O’Keeffe, Olga Fragou

87. An Approach for Ontologically Supporting of Space Orientation Teaching of Blind Pupils Using Virtual Sound Reality
Dariusz Mikulowski

88. Implementation of Mobile Testing System for Control of Students’ Educational Outcomes
Tetiana Bondarenko, Oleksandr Kupriyanov

89. Cloud Monitoring of Students’ Educational Outcomes on Basis of Use of BYOD Concept
Denys Kovalenko, Tetiana Bondarenko

90. A Concept for an Intelligent Tutoring System toSupport Individual Learning Paths in Software Development Courses
Veronika Thurner, Philipp Chavaroche, Axel Böttcher, Daniela Zehetmeier

91. Problems and Educational Responses in the Age of Digital Technologies
Anita Gramigna, Giorgio Poletti

92. Model of M-Learning by Multimedia Content Delivery from mCloud to Mobile Devices
Danco Davcev, Goran Jakimovski, Snezana Scepanovic

93. Assess and Enhancing Attention in Learning Activities
Dalila Durães, Javier Bajo, Paulo Novais

94. The General Model of the Cloud-Based Learning and Research Environment of Educational Personnel Training
Mariya Shyshkina

95. Introducing Project Based Learning into Traditional Russian Engineering Education
Phillip A. Sanger, Irina V. Pavlova, Farida T. Shageeva, Olga Y. Khatsrinova, Vasily G. Ivanov

96. Recoil – Measurement, Simulation and Analysis
Monika Grasser, Mayer Florian, Hanzlovich Christian, Moschner Gerald, Silke Bergmoser

97. Topic Oriented Mixed-Method System (TOMMS)
Mathew Docherty, Kurt Gaubinger

98. Developing Assessment for a Creative Competition
Zsuzsa Pluhár

99. Modbus Protocol as Gateway Between Different Fieldbus Devices - a Didactic Approach
Armando Cordeiro, Paulo Costa, Vitor Fernão Pires, Daniel Foito

100. Industrial Automation Self-learning Through the Development of Didactic Industrial Processes
Armando Cordeiro, Manuel Abraços, Luis Monteiro, Euclides Andrade, Vitor Fernão Pires, Daniel Foito

101. Escargot Nursery – An EPS@ISEP 2017 Project
Lauri Borghuis, Benjamin Calon, John MacLean, Juliette Portefaix, Ramon Quero, Abel Duarte, Benedita Malheiro, Cristina Ribeiro, Fernando Ferreira, Manuel F. Silva, Paulo Ferreira, Pedro Guedes

102. Wearable UV Meter – An EPS@ISEP 2017 Project
Elin Lönnqvist, Marion Cullié, Miquel Bermejo, Mikk Tootsi, Simone Smits, Abel Duarte, Benedita Malheiro, Cristina Ribeiro, Fernando Ferreira, Manuel F. Silva, Paulo Ferreira, Pedro Guedes

103. Challenge Based Learning: The Case of Sustainable Development Engineering at the Tecnologico de Monterrey, Mexico City Campus
Jorge Membrillo-Hernández, Miguel J. Ramírez-Cadena, Carlos Caballero-Valdés, Ricardo Ganem-Corvera, Rogelio Bustamante-Bello, José Antonio Benjamín-Ordoñez, Hugo Elizalde-Siller

104. Design, Development and Implementation of E-learning Course for Secondary Technical and Vocational Schools of Electrical Engineering in Slovakia
Juraj Miština, Jana Jurinova, Roman Hrmo, Lucia Kristofiakova

105. A Method to Design a Multi-player Scenario to Experiment Risk Management in a Digital Collaborative Learning Game: A Case of Study in Healthcare
Catherine Pons Lelardeux, Michel Galaup, David Panzoli, Pierre Lagarrigue, Jean-Pierre Jessel

106. The Role of Foreign Aid in Education and Development: Field Experiences, Examples from East Africa
Ibolya Tomory

107. Crowdsourcing Project as Part of Non-formal Education
György Molnár, Zoltán Szűts

108. Serious Games Development as a Tool to Prevent Repetitive Strain Injuries in Hands: First Steps
Hélder Freitas, Filomena Soares, Vítor Carvalho, Demetrio Matos

Keywords: Engineering, Computational Intelligence, Artificial Intelligence (incl. Robotics)

Editor
 
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2018
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing
Page amount
20 pages
Category
Technology, Energy, Traffic
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783319732107
Printed ISBN
978-3-319-73209-1

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