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    Massive Online Open Courses: Features for Understanding and Learning

    by Léa Lachaud* and Charles Tijus
    EIET 2022, Vol 2, Issue 2, 1-16, https://doi.org/10.35745/eiet2022v02.02.0001 - Published on June 30, 2022

    Abstract

    Massive Online Open Courses (MOOCs) are based on digital cognitive technologies that serve the education of the greatest number by promoting understanding and learning. Combined with appropriate functionalities, methods, and procedures, MOOCs may become Smart Things with intelligent devices at the service of learners. This article aims to introduce to the education community a method for defining and evaluating the exemplary nature of MOOCs as Smart Things that have a user-centric design based o...

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    University Students’ Online Learning Experiences in Context of COVID-19: Study in Greece

    by Kleopatra Nikolopoulou
    EIET 2022, Vol 2, Issue 2, 17-27, https://doi.org/10.35745/eiet2022v02.02.0002 - Published on June 30, 2022

    Abstract

    Online teaching and learning during the COVID-19 pandemic was a sudden experience for all students, including those studying at university. Therefore, this study aimed to provide evidence on university students’ online learning experiences in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. 24 Greek students participated, and their data were collected via semi-structured interviews. The findings indicated that the main advantages experienced were time-saving and the comfort of being at home, while the main...

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    Cultivating STEM Interest in High School Students through Computer-assisted COVID-19 Pandemic Awareness Course

    by Shahad Alkhair, Ruba Anwar Ahmad Ali, Enas Fathy Mohamed Elhawary, Maryam Mohammed M A Al-Ejji, Zubair Ahmad, Noora Jabor Al-Thani and Jolly Subhash Bhadra*
    EIET 2022, Vol 2, Issue 2, 28-38, https://doi.org/10.35745/eiet2022v02.02.0003 - Published on June 30, 2022

    Abstract

    Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, students were sidetracked by the shift in the educational process, primarily in the field of STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) education. Teachers were also besieged to find sustainable teaching solutions. During this chaos, many were subjected to various rumors and misinformation about the pandemic. Hence, we aimed to design a 3 week long computer-assisted STEM-based health awareness course. The course was designed and delivered to twenty high sc...

  • Open Access Article

    Combining 360° Video and Camera Mapping for Virtual Reality: An Innovative Solution

    by Hung Sun , Tsun-Hung Tsai * and Ke Jiang
    EIET 2022, Vol 2, Issue 2, 39-45, 10.35745/eiet2022v02.02.0004 - Published on June 30, 2022

    Abstract

    Changing the framework of traditional video with limited viewing angles, 360° photo/video provides an immersive viewing experience. 360° video is one of the applications and the most important feature of virtual reality for immersion and the feeling of being in another space. However, when viewing 360° videos with a head-mounted display, the viewer feels like a fixed rotatable camera, and the viewer's movement does not change the viewing angle of the object, which greatly reduces the spatial imm...

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    Introducing K-12 Classical Education: Modern Take on Ancient Curriculum

    by Jessica L. Richardi*
    EIET 2022, Vol 2, Issue 2, 46-54, 10.35745/eiet2022v02.02.0005 - Published on June 30, 2022

    Abstract

    There are hundreds of public and private K-12 classical schools operating across the United States, but how these schools interpret the term “classical” is unclear. Researchers in the field of education must begin to investigate this unique approach to schooling for the sake of the children who attend these schools and to discover if, perhaps, something of use might be learned from them to improve outcomes for all children. The purpose of this literature review is to bring K-12 classical educati...

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    Absence of Media Literacy in Green Energy: A Preliminary Study of Innovative Pedagogy for Interdisciplinary Professional Training on Science News

    by Hsin-Pey Peng
    EIET 2022, Vol 2, Issue 2, 55-62, https://doi.org/10.35745/eiet2022v02.02.0006 - Published on June 30, 2022

    Abstract

    We carried out a preliminary study of innovative pedagogy for the solution of media literacy in public science by examing how the green-energy expertise must be effectively decoded by a competent journalist. Through formal/informal literature review and semiotic theory, a close insight is explored into the importance of an innovative pedagogy to professional training on science news for interdisciplinary talents at present. Focusing on green energy, this study emphasizes factors in the communica...