Volume 16, No 2 (2020)

Journal of e-Learning and Knowledge Society

Regular Issue

Published: May 23, 2020

Second Cover

Managing Editor
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Bridging researches in Digital Education

Tommaso Minerva
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A full-stack model proposal to willingly implement e-learning at small universities: the University of Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro case

01-08 Carlos Manuel Vaz, Emanuel Peres, Joaquim Sousa, Manuel Cabral dos Santos Reis
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Online Learning Environments enriched with audiovisual technologies and its impact on the construction of virtual communities in Higher Education in prison context

09-16 Sara Dias-Trindade, José António Moreira
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Generation of e-Learning tests with different degree of complexity by combinatorial optimization

17-24 Daniela Ivanova Borissova, Delyan Keremedchiev
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The impact of using virtual reality on student’s motivation for operating systems course learning

25-33 Marwa Ahmad AbdelAziz, Hazem M. ElBakry, Alaa El-Din Mohamed Riad, Mohammad Badr Senouy
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The relationship between self-directed learning and students’ social interaction in online learning environment

34-41 Deddy Lasfeto
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The effect of color use in designing instructional aids on learners’ academic performance

42-50 Nidal Amarin, Amna Al-Saleh Al-Saleh
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How to become an Open Educator?

51-60 Estela Daukšienė, Elena Trepulė, Airina Volungevičienė, Marius Šadauskas, Ulf Ehlers
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A blended learning approach for general chemistry modules using a Moodle platform for first year academic students

61-72 Chiara Schettini, Daniela Amendola, Ido Borsini, Rossana Galassi
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A framework for assessing LMSs e-courses content type compatibility with learning styles dimensions

73-86 Dimitrios Kouis, Konstantinos Kyprianos, Parthena Ermidou, Pamagiotis Kaimakis, Alexandros Koulouris
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Participatory video and digital citizenship: a case-study within an instructional technology course for social educators

87-94 Laura Fedeli
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