The structure of student engagement in online learning: A bi‐factor exploratory structural equation modelling approach Abstract
Enhancing student engagement plays a critical role in reducing student drop‐out rate in online learning as students usually feel isolated and disconnected in this learning environment. This requires a clear conceptualization of the student engagement construct and its underlying ...
Top tips for Cyber Security awareness, behaviour & culture
Top tips for Cyber Security awareness, behaviour & culture From the authors of cybersecurity ABCs.
Jessica Barker, Adrian Davis, Bruce Hallas and Ciarán Mahon
Language learners' digital literacies: Focus on students' information literacy and reading practices online Abstract
The widespread use of technology and the Internet have changed many of language learners' everyday practices, including literacies. While there have been many studies with the focus on language learners' digital literacies, few, however, have explored language learners' digital ...
Inside Digital Episode #3 | Inside Gaming
Inside Digital Episode #3 | Inside Gaming We speak to Tara Reddy, CEO at Loveshark about what it's like to work in the games industry.
Visual representation fidelity and self‐explanation prompts in multi‐representational adaptive learning Abstract
In their prior research on adaptive instruction for multi‐representational learning, the researchers explored various perspectives on designing visual representations and scaffolds. However, controversies and discrepancies regarding the fidelity of visual representations and self‐explanation prompts have yet to be resolved. ...
Who Is Authenticating My E-Commerce Logins? Multifactor authentication has inherent security flaws, including its reliance on passwords. A generic solution is proposed for authentication based on a hybrid of biometric-authentication artifacts, digital certificates, and error correction.
Call for Papers: Consumer interaction with cutting-edge technologies This special issue welcomes a limited number of quantitative, qualitative or mixed methods research focusing on issues around consumer interaction and engagement with the latest cutting-edge technologies.
This special issue invites high quality contributions that include, but are not ...
Innovation in physical education: Teachers’ perspectives on readiness for wearable technology integration Publication date: July 2021Source: Computers & Education, Volume 167Author(s): Hashem A. Almusawi, Christopher M. Durugbo, Afaf M. Bugawa

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