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Does Service Quality Only Influence Bank Sustainability with the Presence of Employee Behavior and E-Customer Relationship Management?

Sagar Kumar Behera, Smitisikha Guru, Durga Prasanna Mahapatra, Priyabrata Panda
In a dynamic economy, banks are competing with one another to catch more pieces of market share. Especially in-service industry, the sustainability of the firms is highly influenced by customers’ satisfaction. In this context, this paper looks into the e-Customer Relationship Management (CRM) as a cutting-edge...
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Travel Experiences and Quality of Destination as Antecedent of Satisfaction of Tourist Visiting Culinary Tourism Destinations

Abd. Hamid, Ummasyroh, Jusmawi Bustan, Heri Setiawan
Culinary is one of the attractions and tourist attractions that attract tourists to visit tourist destinations. Culinary tours offer a variety of unique local culinary delights for tourists to enjoy. This study was triggered to explore the extent to which tourist experiences and destination quality perceived...
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Chew Fong Peng, Lixin Sun, Yongjun Feng, Siti Hajar Halili
All of the articles in this proceedings volume have been presented at the 2022 International Conference on Educational Innovation and Multimedia Technology (EIMT 2022) during March 25–27, 2022 in Hangzhou, China. These articles have been peer reviewed by the members of the [Scientific Committees and...
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Narantsetseg Dorjgotov
All of the articles in this proceedings volume have been presented at the Quality assurance in higher education: Training methodology implementation and outcomes or QAHE during 2022.5.21–22 in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. These articles have been peer reviewed by the members of the Scientific Committee and...
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Alex Chi-Keung Chan, Michael F. Steger, Raymond Chi-Fai Chui, Nicolson Yat-Fan Siu, Susanna Chung Ping Wong Ip, Bess Yin-Hung Lam
All of the articles in this proceedings volume have been presented at the Meaning in Life International Conference 2022 during June 22–25, 2022 in Hong Kong, China. These articles have been peer reviewed by the members of the MIL 2022 International Conference International Programme Committee and approved...
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Vishalache Balakrishnan, Intakhab Alam Khan, Mehmet Cüneyt Birkök
All of the articles in this proceedings volume have been presented at the 3rd International Conference on Modern Education and Information Management (ICMEIM 2022) during September 16–18, 2022 in Chengdu, China. These articles have been peer reviewed by the members of the [Scientific Committees and reviewers]...
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Latifa Daadaoui, Daniel Burgos, Khalid Berrada, Ahmed Ghanimi
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Farida Nurhasanah, Russasmita Sri Padmi
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Chew Fong Peng, Adelina Asmawi, Chuanjun Zhao
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Mohamed Khaldi, Mehdi Kaddouri, Mohamed Erradi
All of the articles in this proceedings volume have been presented at the E-Learning and Smart Engineering Systems (ELSES) during 11 to 13 May 2023 in Higher Normal School, Tetouan, Morocco. These articles have been peer reviewed by the members of the Scientific Committee and approved by the Editor-in-Chief,...
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Dhananjay Kumar, Pavel Loskot, Qingliang Chen
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Andrew Johnston, Bharti Pandya, Hesham Allam, Kavita Shah, Nicole Shammas, Nayela Mohammad
All of the articles in this proceedings volume have been presented at the HCT International General Education Conference on October 5, 2022 in Dubai, UAE. These articles have been peer reviewed by the members of the editorial committee and approved by the Editor-in-Chief, who affirms that this document...
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Xiaofeng Ding, Chaochun Shen, Neema Ghenim, Nor Fariza Binti Mohd Nor
All of the articles in this proceedings volume have been presented at 2023 4th International Conference on Big Data and Social Sciences (ICBDSS 2023) during 18-20 August 2023 in Changsha, China. These articles have been peer reviewed by the members of the [Scientific Committees and reviewers] and approved...
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Paulo Carlos López-López, Daniel Barredo Ibáñez, Carla Irene Ríos Calleja, José Rúas-Araújo
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Rohana Abdul Rahman, Mohamad Fateh Labanieh, Md. Zahurul Haq, Zuryati Mohamed Yusoff, Ahmad Shamsul Abd. Aziz
All of the articles in this proceedings volume have been presented at the UUMILC 2023 during 23-24 August 2023 in virtual form. These articles have been peer reviewed by reviewers assigned by the two Committees, International Editorial Committee and the Conference Paper Publication and Parallel Sessions...
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Pamungkas A. Dewanto, Kinanti R. Sabilla, Tri S. Nurkholiq
All of the articles in this proceedings volume have been presented at the Southeast Asia Conference on Migration and Development during 19th to 21st September in Lombok Astoria Hotel, Mataram, West Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia. These articles have been peer reviewed by the members of the Board of Reviewers...
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Horoldagva Batmend, Onolragchaa Ganbold
All of the articles in this proceedings volume have been presented at the Quality assurance in higher education: TRANSFORMING EDUCATION - NEW GENERATION OF LEARNERS or QAHE during 2022.5.12 in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. These articles have been peer reviewed by the members of the Scientific Committee and...
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Carlos Sousa Reis, Osman Titrek, Jose Gijon Puerta
All of the articles in this proceedings volume have been presented at the [International Conference on Lifelong Learning and Leadership for ALL-ICLEl 23] during [6-8 July 2023] in [University of Coimbra, Portugal]. These articles have been peer reviewed by the members of the [Scientific Committee] and...
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Rista Ihwanny, Salima Hakim
All of the articles in this proceedings volume have been presented at the IMOVICCON on 31 October-1 November 2023. These articles have been peer reviewed by the members of the Board of Reviewer and approved by the Editor-in-Chief, who affirms that this document is a truthful description of the conference’s...
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Alex Chi-keung Chan, Raymond Chi-fai Chui, Connie Man-ching Yuen, Wendy Wing-lam Chan, Nicolson Yat-fan Siu, Nigel Sidley Thompson, Victor Law, Erica Chui-shan Yung
All of the articles in this proceedings volume have been presented at the Positive Technology International Conference 2023 on June 27-30, 2023 in Tung Wah College, HKSAR, China. These articles have been peer reviewed by the members of PT 2023 International Conference International Programme Committee...
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Ethnomathematics: Concept of Proportion in the Process of Making Special Blitar Pecel Sauce

Nuril Huda, Arini Qurota A’yun, Marhayati
This study aimed to explore and describe the concept of comparative mathematics in making pecel sauce Blitar. The research method used is an ethnographic method with a qualitative approach. The research subjects are Tlogo Village, Blitar Regency residents, who produce and distribute Blitar's signature...
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Notes and Advances of the Peruvian Digital Curation of Images from Early 20th Century Printed Magazines

María M. Ramírez-Jefferson, Lorena T. Espinoza-Robles
In Latin America, there is an absence of digital curation promoting the dissemination of graphic information from printed journalistic products for the general public, which could, at the same time, contribute to their country’s memory. For this reason, the article delves into the research-creation project...
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The Teaching Design of Online Dialogue in Practice for Large Class Students in Higher Education

Shun-Ho Wang
This study is to combine an online teaching system with the teaching concept of dialogue teaching, and carry out the curriculum design and practice of college large class teaching. It attempts to reverse the traditional lecturing teaching, solve the existing teaching problems of large class teaching,...
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Hotspots and Trends of Higher Education Quality Assurance Research

Qin Qin
Taking the literature on the quality assurance of higher education collected by Web of Science as the research object, CiteSpace is used to carry out visual analysis from the level of countries, keywords and so on. The research shows that the research hotspots mainly focus on quality assurance, sustainable...
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Research on the Quality of University-Enterprise Patent Cooperation

Based on the Analysis of Chinese University Enterprise Patent Cooperation Data

Lingling Liang, Yuying Lu
The rapid increase in the number of university-enterprise patent cooperation shows that the university-enterprise cooperation innovation has achieved certain results. However, the quality of school enterprise cooperation is still worrying. Therefore, based on the total patent data of China’s university-enterprise...
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Design and Implementation of Music Appreciation Teaching System Based on Server Mode

Lulu Sun, Fei Ren
With the rapid development of computer technology and network technology, digital music has also undergone great changes, and all kinds of music assistance education software has begun to come into people’s attention. Based on B/S technology, music appreciation education system and education environment...
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Enhancing Student Motivation and Engagement in Business Statistics Via Instructional Technology

Alawi A. Al-Saggaf
Today, Information and communication technologies have exponential growth in our daily life, where access to vast amounts of information is now available with ease. Today’s generation of students has grown up with these technologies. To create an effective interactive classroom that meets the needs of...
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Explore the Aging of the Population and its Impact on Technological Innovation

Liujuan Chen, Jiale Tan, Peng Luo, Zongliang Hu
The results of the seventh national population census show that the aging of the population in China has significantly accelerated, leading to a decrease in the proportion of working-age population, and thus affecting China’s scientific and technological innovation. With the continuous and complex changes...
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Land Acquisition in Peninsular Malaysia: Empirical Study on Striking the Right Balance Between Public and Private Interests

Noor Asyikeen Mohd Salleh
The right to own property is an intrinsic human right that grants ownership and enjoyment to owners. For land, the ownership right is not absolute but subject to the state authority’s acquisition. The land acquisition regime ostensibly requires balancing two competing interests: public and private. In...
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The Roles of Southeast Asian Muslim Tourists in Promoting Japan Halal Business

Baiq Wardhani, Nadya Z. Aulia, Vinsensio Dugis
This study explores Japan’s transformation by taking halal tourism as a case study by analyzing Japan’s tourism strategy in targeting Southeast Asian Muslims successfully. The research looks at Japan’s halal business development up to 2019, before the COVID-19 outbreak. The introduction of halal tourism...
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Adaptive Interactive Environments: Harnessing Audience Interaction for Immersive Multisensory Spaces

Adam Sloan, Daniel Turner
This paper represents the first stage of the practice-led research project outlined below. It is concerned outlining the objectives, methodological approach and contextualizing the need for the study. The project aims to develop an affordable, flexible, and adaptable system to enable audience control...
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An Indigenous Knowledge of Mongolians for Education and its Literature Review

Jadamba Badrakh, Tsogzolmaa Guruuchin
The root feature that distinguishes Mongolian traditional culture from other nations is our nomadic culture. The our research question is how they understood education and its quality?. The main objective of this study was clarify the indigenous knowledge for education and its quality. In this study,...
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Making Meaning in Life: A Thematic Review of Successful Experimental Psychological and Psychotherapeutic Interventions

Michael F. Steger
This review sought to identify thematic elements of causal interventions that significantly increase people’s reports of meaning in life. The author draws on existing reviews and meta-analyses of clinical interventions, as well as additional review of other research methods from which causality may be...
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Problems of Managerial Competencies in the Field of Higher Education, Taking into Account Modern Transformational Trends

P. S. Avetisyan, N. M. Gevorgyan, M. R. Tadevosyan
The article is devoted to a topic that is very important for the post-Soviet countries nowadays, and which is related both to the development of intellectual human capital and to the need to transform higher education. The article, based on the research of current trends, examines the competencies needed...
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Speed reading and comprehension training needs analysis and curriculum development

Ömer Cem Karacaoğlu
The aim of the research is to determine the education needs for the speed reading and comprehension curriculum with the focus group interview method and develop the speed reading and comprehension curriculum. The research was designed according to the descriptive survey model and was performed as a case...
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Impact of Organizational Support and Job Characteristics Towards Engagement of Employee

A.Jalaludin Sayuti, Munparidi, L.Suhairi Hazizma, Alditia Detmuliati
Support of organization relate to perception of employees to which an organization benefit contribution link of concern for employee welfare. Engagement of employee is the degree of commitment and involvement of employees to the organization and its values. This study proposes a relationship between...
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Personalization of learning through pedagogical scenarios in adaptive e-Learning

Anoir Lamya, Chelliq Ikram, Khaldi Maha, Khaldi Mohamed Khaldi
Technology has transformed the way we learn and teach. With the advent of e-Learning, adaptive e-Learning is emerging as a powerful tool for personalizing the learning experience. The recent emergence of pedagogical modeling languages for learning scenarios represents a first type of response...
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Results of the Implementation of the Principle of Inclusion in Education

Batdelger Jamsrandorj
The study found that the Portage Early Intervention program effectively promoted the development of children with autism spectrum disorder in all five developmental areas. The child who participated in the program showed significant progress in social development, language, self-help, purposeful-motor...
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Positive Technology in the Metaverse: Experiential Technologies Meet Mental Wellbeing

Giuseppe Riva
The Metaverse is a big step forward for the Internet that lets people live in a multisensory digital world anywhere and at any time, giving them a “deep feeling of presence.” On the one hand, these features are attracting tech companies and multinational corporations that are interested in the economic...
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Study on the Emergency Shelter Spatial Accessibility Based on Simulation of Evacuation Process

Zilin Ding, Hongjun Dong, Yajing Li, Xinqiang Yao, Hui Zhang
Urban emergency shelters are very important public safety facilities. This paper analyses the spatial accessibility of emergency shelters in urban Tianjin by simulating the evacuation process. This process is divided into stages by using GIS spatial analysis techniques based on shelter data and house...
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Work Ability Implication and Organization Climate Against Turnover Intention Through Job Satisfaction as Intervening Variables in Global Capital Investama, Palembang PT.

Afrizawati, Paisali, Divianto, Yahya
This research raised the problems of how the implication of work ability and organizational climate on turnover intention and job satisfaction. Does work ability and organizational climate has a direct effect on turnover intention variables, as well as organizational climate and job satisfaction variables...
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Construction of Construction Technology Simulation Teaching System Based on SOA

Haichao Shang, Norma Maria Rutab
Building construction virtual simulation teaching is based on the construction industry standards and the relevant syllabus promulgated by the Ministry of Education of the People's Republic of China. Creating an artificial virtual environment with visual, auditory and tactile senses, that is, the...
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Research on the Development and Influencing Factors of Sports Network Education and Training

Shijun Fan, Ruilin Xu
Network education training is the result of the development of educational innovation in the times, based on the internet information technology, network platform as the carrier, breaking the limitations of time and space, to provide learners with more flexible learning methods, so as to meet the learning...
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Exploring Preservice Mathematics Teachers’ Noticing of Students’ Thinking on Probability

Yosep Dwi Kristanto, Margaretha Madha Melissa
Noticing is one of the essential skills for preservice mathematics teachers. Therefore, it is vital to develop these skills so that students are ready to face their future work environment, especially in implementing mathematics learning that promotes mathematical thinking. This study aims to analyze...
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Green Buildings, Sustainability and Value Premium

An Empirical Study of Pune

Ramakrishna Nallathiga, Abhijeet Raipure, Prateek Ate, Ankit Singh
The concept of green buildings is getting well entrenched into the construction of buildings in Indian cities. In fact, the notion of green buildings is built upon the concepts of sustainability, which include: the conservation of resources (reduce), the reuse of materials (reuse) and the recycling of...
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Research on Teaching Quality Evaluation in Colleges and Universities Based on Data Mining

The Case of Chinese Language and Literature Teaching

Min Zhao, Lanqing Ou, Junqing Wang, Qianyu Ma
In order to solve the deficiencies in the current teaching quality assessment process in colleges and universities and improve the accuracy of teaching quality assessment in colleges and universities, this paper takes the model of Chinese language and literature teaching as an example, and designs a...
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Going Global in the Time of Corona: HCT-SAIT Virtual Student Mobility Pilot

Bharti Pandya, Marko Savic
The concept of international exchange of students, in person or virtually, is in existence for several decades and the benefits and challenges of such exchange programs are extensively discussed in the literature. However, the literature is limited to the students’ exchange programs for language courses...
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Psychometric Properties of a Scale on Behaviours Related to Corruption

Ambrosio Tomás-Rojas, Ricardo Morais-Xavier, Úrsula Freundt-Thurne, Eliana Gallardo-Echenique
The aim of this study is to assess the psychometric properties of the ‘Corruption Normalisation Scale’ in students from a private university in Metropolitan Lima across 10 schools. The study has an instrumental design and involves the participation of 1,572 university students between the ages of 18...
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Rethinking Judicial Appointments in Malaysian Superior Courts: Constitutional Reforms

Jenita Kanapathy
Judicial independence is significant in any justice system because the role of the judiciary is to provide a meaningful system of checks and balances between the executive and the legislature in line with the doctrine of separation of powers. Past researchers had shown that the enactment of the Judicial...
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Formation of Digital Literacy of First-Year Bachelors Studying Humanitarian Courses: a Practice-Oriented Approach

Klavdia Erdyneeva, Irina Zhandarmova, Svetlana Norbu
We carried out a systematic analysis of the problem of developing digital literacy among bachelors who studying humanitarian courses. It is proved that the solution to this problem contributes to the development of education digitalization f as achieving the national goals of the Russian Federation....
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Review on Changes in the Prevalence of Children with Developmental Disorders in Japan and the Importance of Grasping the Actual Situation in Mongolia

Nomura Kenji, Yokoyama Kana, Kaneko Hitoshi, Dandii Odgerel, Nagata Masako
Children with developmental disorders, including Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), have been the cause of growing concerns in many countries and regions over the past several decades. Such children are considered examples of children who require educational...
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An Analysis of the Technical Efficiency of Cameroonian Public Universities

R. Nguemkap Kouamo, G. Tchoffo Tameko
The objective of this research is to evaluate the technical efficiency of Cameroon’s 8 public universities (i.e., their ability to use a minimum of resources to produce a maximum of results). The data used come from the National Institute of Statistics (INS) and cover the period from 2013 to 2018. Based...
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The effect of working in an institution far from their place of residence on teachers’ burnout levels

Şenay Sezgin Nartgün, Alper Özocak
This study investigated the relationship between the professional burnout levels of teachers who live in a different district from the district in which they work. A mixed research method was used, with a quantitative data collection tool (the Maslach Burnout Scale-Educator Form) used in the first stage...
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Batik Kawung as Key Visual for the Graduation Ceremony of the UMN

Ahmad Arief Adiwijaya
Pattern design that serves as key visual has an essential role to captivate audience’s eyes and becoming a design identity that can display a strong message in many creative projects. In Indonesia, especially in the region of Central Java and Jogjakarta, there are multiple traditional Batik pattern designs...
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Orientation of Market and Orientation of Learning as a Driver Innovation Capabilities of Small Restaurant

Purwati, Yusleli Herawati, Elisa, Marieska Lupikawati
The success of small businesses, especially restaurant businesses, is very much determined by the ability of the manager or owner to innovate. The phenomenon in small business management encourages research that observes the orientation that managers have in seeing the market, the ability in learning...
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Study on the Mechanism of the Effect of Leader Pro-Organizational Unethical Behavior on Employee Cyberloafing Behavior

Yuxin Wang, Jianju Wang, Fanfan Liu
Using social cognitive theory, this study employs multiple regression and the Bootstrap method to analyze 249 data samples, examining the mechanism of how leader unethical pro-organizational behavior (UPB) affects employee cyberloafing behavior. The results of the study indicate that leader UPB has a...
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Monitoring and evaluation of faculty’s experience in E-learning during the Covid-19 pandemic - Case of SMBAU

Asmae Blilat, Lamyae Miara, Abdelali Ibriz
During the period of lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a complete switchover to e-learning was mandatory for all universities to ensure pedagogical continuity and support for students in these exceptional circumstances. Indeed, since 16 March 2020, face-to-face courses at Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah...
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Research on Teaching Reform of Electronic Information Technology Courses in Vocational and Technical Education Based on CDIO Concept and Virtual Simulation Technology

Li-hua Qi, Dong-qiu Xing, Jing Zhao, Xi-wei Gao
In order to change the current situation that the teaching theory and practice of electronic technology course in vocational and technical education are disconnected, and improve students’ practical ability and engineering thinking ability. The teaching reform focuses on the demand design of the course...
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Meaning in Life Across Cultures and Times: An Evidence-Based Overview

Joel Vos
Background: The topic of meaning in life seems popular in the general public and scientific community. However, many people seem to ask superficial and functionalistic questions which may lead to populist answers, potentially missing out crucial ingredients for a meaningful life. For example, many academics...
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Research on SPOC Blended Teaching Mode of Higher Vocational English Based on “Output-Oriented Method”

Nini Zhang
The teaching process of output-oriented method “drive-promote-evaluate” embodies the advanced concept of “integration of learning and application”, and effectively solves the disadvantages of “separation of learning and application”. Therefore, teachers should pay attention to the SPOC mixed teaching...
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SPSS Statistical Analysis of the Selection of Juvenile Female Sprinters in Heilongjiang Province Based on the “Body-Physiology” Model

Yang Gao, Li Liu
Based on the “body-physiology” model, this paper conducts the SPSS statistical analysis on the indicators of juvenile female sprinters in Heilongjiang Province from the aspects of height and weight of physical quality, chest circumference, lower limb length of body shape, heart rate, lung capacity, and...
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A Study on the Germination of Creativity

Focusing on the Process of Creating New Physical Expressions of Contemporary Dancers

Natsumi Fujii
In the field of art disciplines such as music and fine arts, fostering creativity is crucial. This study aimed to clarify how contemporary dancers generate new movements. To investigate the process by which contemporary dancers acquire new movements, interviews were conducted and analyzed using M-GTA....
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The Effectiveness of Project Based Learning to Improve Students’ Report Writing

Yusri, Sri Gustiani, Tiur Simanjuntak, Evi Agustinasari
The aim of this study is to find out whether or not project based learning is effective to improve students’ writing on project report to the students at English Department, Sriwijaya state Polytechnics. This research applied a quantitative approach. In principle, experimental research was conducted...
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The Design and Application of Computer Multimedia Art Teaching Resource Management System

Qingping He
The multimedia art teaching resource management system developed in this article selects the current more popular software operation mode as a framework, and uses the B/S mode to share the teaching resources. In addition, the desktop of the multimedia art teaching resource management system is mainly...
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Innovative Higher Education for Sustainable Development: A Literature Review

Oyun Tsogtsaikhan, Jonghwi Park, John Jongho Park
The objective of this study is to identify challenges in implementing education for sustainable development (ESD) into higher education institutions (HEIs). We introduced innovative pedagogies utilizing educational technology as a solution to promote ESD. We conducted an extensive literature review and...
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Designing Power Optimization Strategy for Sustainable Operations of Distribution Companies in Rajasthan

Amit Kumar Sharma, Dipti Sharma
The Indian power sector is undergoing a structural change through a series of reforms initiated during the last two decades. The Electricity Act, 2003 have transformed the way the power utilities operate in India. The majority of reforms have stressed upon the measures for improvement of the finances...
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Indonesia’s Maritime Security Governance: The Capacity Building of the Navy (TNI-AL) and Maritime Security Agency (Bakamla) After the 2014 Global Maritime Fulcrum

Tangguh Chairil
As the largest archipelagic state in the world with more than 17,000 islands and a large maritime territory, maritime security is essential for Indonesia’s economy and security. The Indonesian government has set maritime defense as one of the pillars of the Global Maritime Fulcrum vision since 2014,...
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Ethnomathematics: The Early Determining Model of Ramadan and Eid al-Fitr in Hila Maluku

Fahruh Juhaevah
The concept of mathematics comes from the phenomena that exist in the environment, and it has become an essential part of formal education. However, mathematics is still taught in an abstract and rigid language that is disconnected from real-life contexts, particularly those related to society and culture....
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Empowerment and Objectification in Peruvian K-Pop Dance Cover Girl Group on YouTube

Ana V. Vega-Samamé, Lorena T. Espinoza-Robles, Oscar A. Aybar-Cabezudo
Girl groups, K-pop groups made up of Korean women, generate music videos that promote values associated with genre in their fandom. At the same time, the fandom generates dance covers from these video clips, imitating choreography dance of girl groups taking their aesthetics and visual approach as a...
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A research into the influence of flipped classroom assessment preparation on students’ achievements in foreign language in one of the UAE colleges

Haya Rashed Nuaimi
Flipped classroom approach has been recently used in high education institutions in the UAE. The rationale for using the flipped classroom approach is to increase students’ self-reliance and encourage them to take responsibility for their own learning. However, the flipped classroom has received some...
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Analysis Needs of English Expression Commonly Used in Daily Conversation of Online Drivers

Desloehal Djumrianti, Hanifati, Pridson Mandiangan, Alfitriani
This is a qualitative descriptive research. The aim of this study is to examine how communication technology - apps able to support communication skills of women drivers who work for online transportation companies in serving international guests. The study uses a saturation sampling technique where...
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“Pedagogical Innovation Centres”: Precursor for Research in Educational Sciences Promotion in Moroccan Higher Education

S. Machwate, L. Echajari, R. Bendaoud, K. Berrada, L. Daadaoui
Public higher education reflects the image of a country’s development. The quality of courses and training directly influences access to an increasingly global labour market and the promotion of locally profitable scientific research. In an administrative and technical framework, the Pedagogical Innovation...
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Analysis and research on the evolution of public opinion emotion based on the theory of social combustion

Kexin Zhang, Jianhua Dai
In the new media era, the emotions of netizens have an important impact on the trend of online public opinion. Therefore, taking “China Eastern Airlines MU5735 crash incident” as an example, keywords in each stage of public opinion life cycle were extracted, keyword co-occurrence network was constructed,...
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Students’ views on digital system activities based on the 5e learning cycle model

Şeyma Şeremet, Fulya Öner Armağan
In this research, it was aimed to examine the views of the students by doing activities on the digestive system based on the 5E learning cycle model. This study was conducted with ten sixth grade students in the 2021-2022 academic year. Activities designed in accordance with the 5E teaching cycle model...
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Resisting the Disappearance: Documentation of the Endangered Boatbuilding Tradition in Indonesia

Ahmad Ginanjar Purnawibawa, Chiara Zazzaro, Agni Mochtar
This article discusses the importance of documentation on endangered boatbuilding traditions in different areas of Indonesia through motion picture and other forms. The boatbuilding tradition has become part of daily life for people in many places, such as South Sulawesi and the North Coast of Java....
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Big Data Analysis of Online Teaching of Finance Major in University Based on Questionnaire Star

Tieping Wang
In order to find out the problems existing in the online teaching, this paper has collected questionnaires in a university finance major to conduct a big data analysis, and used them to understand the satisfaction degree of the students to the online teaching, and continue to improve the quality of online...
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Benchmarking From the World’s Top Universities: Necessitating Mindfulness Programs at Mongolian Universities

Anar Purvee, Dashdemberel Chinges
The purpose of this paper is to provide realistic and reasonable arguments for why it is fundamental for Mongolian universities to offer mindfulness training programs/courses and what to learn from the world’s leading universities in this process. This study employed a qualitative research design, document...
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Exploring the Potential of ROS in Education: A Project-Based Learning Approach to Teaching Programming to Children

Aymane Jdidou, Souhaib Aammou
This study looks at how project-based learning (PBL) with the Robot Operating System (ROS) can help children between the ages of 8 and 12 improve their problem-solving and programming abilities. The project’s objective is to program a robot to independently navigate a maze, beginning with simple in-...
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The Effectiveness of Implementing Deep Learning Activities in a Blended Learning Perspective Based on Big Data Analysis

Lurong Sun, Jianing Wang, Dan Gong, Nana Jiang
In order to solve the problem that learners’ mastery of knowledge under the blended teaching mode only stays on the surface and lacks deep learning of knowledge. Based on big data application combined with DELC deep learning route, this study proposes an effective deep learning activity model in terms...
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Government Expenditure for Healthy Development: A Catch-22 for India

Gupta Shilpi
For decades, economic growth and development have been highlighted in terms of increasing GNP. Recently the notion of growth has undergone a considerable shift from an increase in GNP to improvement in human development which is a target of Millennium Development Goals 2015. The main objective of MDGs...
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A Preliminary Study on the Shift from “Rule of Law Curriculum” to “Curriculum with Rule of Law Concept”

Xiaxia Cao, Ying Wang, Xiang Li
Against today’s backdrop of resolute adherence to the path of socialist rule of law with Chinese characteristics, it is indispensable to promote the rule of law education and enhance the legal literacy in colleges and universities our pursuit of national rejuvenation. Scholars have conducted plenty of...
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Positive Technology in Light of the Bitter-Sweet Ambivalence of Change

Sarah Diefenbach
Positive technology combines approaches from positive psychology with the opportunities of interactive technology. Thereby, positive technology may support people in reaching personal goals, such as being more sporty, establishing mindfulness, or improving their nutrition. Regarding the conception of...
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The Students’ Perceptions of Religious Radicalism at State Polytechnic of Sriwijaya

Farida Husin, Ibnu Maja, Yulianto Wairan, Lindawati
This research was conducted at State Polytechnic of Sriwijaya with the purpose to find out students’ perceptions of religious radicalism. The method used in this research was a descriptive-analysis method. The population of this study was students who were members of student organization or SMEs and...
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Modus Operandi, Factors, Implications and Governance of Ransomware Attacks on Transportation Systems

Ani Munirah Mohamad, Felicia Yong Yan Yan, Nurhazman Abdul Aziz, Shuhairy Norhisham, Grace Sharon
An efficient transportation system provides numerous benefits to people, businesses, and the larger community, including effective transportation of people and goods, enhanced economic growth, less congestion and travel time, improved access to education and healthcare and other benefits. The digital...
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Utilization of Technology Enhanced, Research-Based Instruction, Assessment and Development (TRIAD) Scale-Up Model in the Teaching of Senior High School Mathematics

Jaydeen L. Lopez
Mathematics is a motivational gateway to success which moves the society inexorably into its modern notion. This study determined the utilization of TRIAD Scale-Up Model in the teaching of senior high school mathematics as well as the problems met in using the model. The descriptive method of research...
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Development of Scientific Inquiry Activities for Junior High School Students Using Creation of Quadrupedal Passive Walking Paper Toys

Konomi Furuta, Yasuhiro Matsunaga
In this study, as the development of scientific inquiry activities using the passive walking toy, we focus on the verification through practice of scientific inquiry activities for junior high school students. In recent years, global issues are piling up and becoming more serious year by year, and the...
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Technical Analysis of Chinese Men’s Basketball 3X3 Defeat in Tokyo Olympic Games Based on Statistical Analysis of Internet Data

Honghe Lou, Hui Li, Xianfeng Huang, Hu Zhou
Using the methods of video analysis and mathematical analysis, the data of the men’s 3X3 basketball match in Tokyo Olympic Games between China and Serbia, Russia, Latvia, the Netherlands and Japan were statistically analyzed, and the factors of China’s failure were discussed. The results show that the...
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Study on BIM Maturity Model of Power Industry Based on LWD and LOWA Operator

Hong He, Zhewei Shen, Jianglin Wang, Wenxuan Qiao, Lei Wang, Zhengyi Li, Li Bian
The construction of domestic smart grid is accelerating, power companies pay more and more attention to the application ability of BIM technology, the three-dimensional forward design is increasingly promoted. And the owner needs a perfect evaluation model to evaluate the BIM maturity of participants,...
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Perception of Scientific Writing and Gamification in Engineering Students: A Mixed Study

Rosa Núñez-Pacheco, Elizabeth Vidal, Evelyn-Paola Guillén-Chávez, Eveling Castro-Gutierrez
The main objective of this study was to analyze engineering students’ perceptions of scientific writing and gamification. A semi-structured questionnaire with five open-ended questions on scientific writing and gamification was applied to 400 engineering students at a Peruvian university. The methodological...
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Access and Utilization of Digital Infrastructure for Efficiency: A Comparative Study of Migrated and Local Stakeholders of Higher Educational Institutes of Odisha

Sanjaya Kumar Sahoo, Sukanta Chandra Swain
Countries across globe are going digital as digital mode of doing things bypasses many constraints that are prevalent otherwise. Moreover, digital set up facilitates achieving efficiency easily. Thus, most of the countries have been focusing on digital infrastructure. India has joined the trend of late...
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Using Semantic Networks for Text Classification in Education: “Generating Tailored Questions for Students”

Badr Touis, Souhaib Aammou, Oussama EL Warraki, Jalal Lahiassi
This paper discusses how semantic revolution can be used to represent textual data for text classification purposes. Text classification includes automat- ically classifying text data into predefined classes or categories, such as positive or negative sentiment, or articles categorized into different...
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Risk Assessment and Control of Enterprise Fund Management Based on Genetic Algorithm

Yufeng Wu
Enterprise capital management is an important link in enterprise management, risk assessment and control is the key to ensure the safe operation of enterprise capital. In view of the problems existing in the previous application of enterprise capital management methods, a risk assessment and control...
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ChatGPT in the resolution of a math exam: Results obtained in Portuguese and in English language

Cândida Barros
Artificial Intelligence has had a remarkable development in recent years, being brought to public attention due to the emergence of advanced language models such as ChatGPT. These models have been reported to be capable of achieving passing scores in examinations required for accessing professional orders...
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Touchable Animation: Touching the Sound in Expanded Animation

Bharoto Yekti, Rangga Winantyo
Motion, visuals, and sound constitute the primary attractions in the realms of film and animation. Experimental artists leverage abstract imagery and sound in their animations to convey their emotions. However, the motion depicted on a two-dimensional screen limits the full embodiment of the viewer’s...
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Principal Continuous Professional Development in the Age of Intelligence

Evidence from TALIS 2018 Survey

Di Yuan
Following the Program for International Student Assessment (PISA), Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) has carried out another transnational survey in the field of basic education - International Teaching and Learning Survey (TALIS), which is the first time that OECD has taken...
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Development of Youth Guides Who can Convey the Cultural Capital Narratives of Nibong Commercial Area, Yala Province, Thailand

Ninusra Mintrasak, Suphawini Kittiwinit, Putra Arelae, Saringkarn Kittiwinit, Mustasa Yusoh
The objective of this research is to develop youth guides through the process of participation in the transmission of cultural capital narratives of Nibong commercial area, Muang district, Yala province. We selected 20 youth recruitment groups in the southern border provinces. It is divided into 3 activities:...
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Research on the Development of Digital Online Education in Colleges and Universities During the Period of COVID-19

Xin Cheng, Lijun Wang, Xinxin Liu, Jing Jin, Yating Wang, Yidan Zhou
Digital online education makes up for the shortcomings of traditional education. In the face of the impact of COVID-19 (Corona Virus Disease 2019), digital online education can better ensure the continuity of students’ learning and evaluation. At present, the sharing of digital resources is the top priorities...
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Factors Affecting Students’ Academic Performance: (In the case of the Accounting study of National University of Mongolia)

Avirmed Davaatseren, Mishigdorj Myagmar, Nyamaa Dulamsuren
Many factors such as student goals, teacher skills, school management attitudes, and curriculum have influenced students’ academic performance. In this study, we considered some core factors affecting students’ performance and their influence. The information of the research was collected by students...
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Leveraging the Experience Sampling Method to Study Meaning in Everyday Life

Samantha J. Heintzelman, Fahima Mohideen
The science of meaning in life, dominated by retrospective trait assessments, has critically expanded our understanding of this important construct, but has limitations. The trait measurement approach does not allow a nuanced examination of feelings of meaning in life as they are experienced in everyday...
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How Erasmus+ Capacity-Building Projects Have Impacted the Governance and Management of Higher Education in Morocco?

L. Daadaoui, A. Ghanimi
Capacity-building is defined as the process of developing and strengthening the skills, instincts, abilities, processes, and resources that organizations and communities need to survive, adapt, and thrive in a fast-changing world. An essential ingredient in capacity-building is the transformation that...