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    • A corpus-based study of frequency in ELF students' writing: a case of distance learning 

      Stefanova Radoulska, Svetlana (1); Bobkina, Jelena(1) (Edulearn15: 7TH international conference on education and new learning technologies, 2015)
      Though a relatively new phenomenon in Spain, online university education has already managed to gain public acknowledgment. The International University of La Rioja (UNIR) is one of the few high educational institutions ...
    • A Multimodal Approach to Teach Novice Researchers How to Deal with Discussion Sessions in Conference Paper Presentations 

      Querol Julián, Mercedes (1) (6TH International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation (ICERI 2013), 2013)
      The nature of spoken academic English is a complex construct if compared with its written counterparts, for example delivering a conference paper presentation and publishing an article in a journal. However, both are genres ...
    • A multimodal source to teach lecturing skills in english at universitya 

      Querol Julián, Mercedes (1) (Edulearn 14: 6TH international conference on education and new learning technologies, 2014)
      Lectures at university have changed dramatically in recent years. We can see how ICTs are central even in more traditional face to face settings. Moreover, an important step forward in this regard is the fact that nowadays ...
    • A Novel Android Application Design Based on Fuzzy Ontologies to Carry Out Local Based Group Decision Making Processes 

      Morente-Molinera, Juan Antonio (1); Wikstroem, R.; Carlsson, Christer; Cabrerizo, Francisco Javier; Perez, I. J.; Herrera-Viedma, Enrique (Modeling decisions for artificial intelligence, (MDAI 2016), 2016)
      The appearance of Web 2.0 and mobile technologies, the increase of users participating on the Internet and the high amount of available information have created the necessity of designing tools capable of making the most ...
    • A proposal: "AGRO-Erasmus" 

      López García, Jose Luis; Calzadilla Daguerre, Jesus(1); Villa Perez, Aurelio (Proceedings ICABR 2015: X. International conference on aplplied business research, 2015)
      The rural population is getting smaller as percentage of the total population in the countries. There is a constant depopulation of rural areas to urban areas. The most extreme data are in countries like USA, where the ...
    • A4Learning: a case study to improve the user performance Alumni Alike Activity Analytics to self-assess personal progress 

      de-la-Fuente-Valentín, Luis (1); Burgos, Daniel (1); González Crespo, Rubén(1) (2014 14TH IEEE International conference on advanced learning technologies (ICALT), 2014)
      Students usually find difficult to estimate if their effort in learning courses finds the instructor expectations. They tend to estimate "if they are doing right" by comparing themselves with peers, but this is difficult ...
    • An Approach to Assessment of Video Game-based Learning using Structural Equation Model 

      Bolívar Barón, Holman; Castillo Salinas, Sandra; González Crespo, Rubén(1) (Proceedings of the 2014 9TH iberian conference on information systems and technologies (CISTI 2014), 2014)
      Instructional activities should allow applying the knowledge acquired in the day by day and in real situations. Different studies evidence the potential impact of video games on learning, however very few empirical studies ...
    • Anonymous Assessment Information System for Higher Education Using Mobile Devices 

      Rios-Aguilar, Sergio (1); González Crespo, Rubén(1); de-la-Fuente-Valentín, Luis (1) (2014 14TH IEEE international conference on advanced learning technologies (ICALT), 2014)
      The lack of anonymity when being examined is a problem for students and teachers alike. So far, student identification in examination processes consists in a physical mark that unmistakably represents the student. New ...
    • Application of phet interactive simulations as a tool for learning healthy lifestyles in high school students 

      Pascual López, Virginia (1); Moreno-Mediavilla, Daniel (1); Palacios, A. (1) (EDULEARN16: 8TH International conference on education and new learning technologies, 2016)
      Obesity is becoming one of the major problems associated with both youth and childhood, deficiencies in nutrition education acquired during childhood and adolescence persist during adulthood so it is necessary to develop ...
    • ARII-eL: An Adaptive, Informal and Interactive eLearning Ontology Network 

      Burgos, Daniel (1) (Fuzzy systems and data mining II, 2016)
      User models - the representation of user properties, preferences, goals, etc. - are crucial in modern educational applications. Several related processes, such as recommendations and user adaptations, depend on a user ...
    • Automatic Discovery of Complementary Learning Resources 

      Romero Zaldivar, Vicente Arturo; Crespo García, Raquel M; Burgos, Daniel (1); Delgado Kloos, Carlos; Pardo, Abelardo (Towards Ubiquitous Learning. EC-TEL 2011, 2011)
      Students in a learning experience can be seen as a community working simultaneously (and in some cases collaboratively) in a set of activities. During these working sessions, students carry out numerous actions that affect ...
    • Bibliometric Tools for Discovering Information in Database 

      Herrera-Viedma, Enrique; Martínez, M. Angeles; Herrera Gómez, Manuel(1) (Trends in applied knowledge-based systems and data science, 2016)
      In bibliometrics, there are two main procedures to explore a research field: performance analysis and science mapping. Performance analysis aims at evaluating groups of scientific actors (countries, universities, departments, ...
    • Communicative competence through mobile applications in the subject of english for secundary education 

      Marro-Roig, Bárbara; Mosquera Gende, Ingrid (1); Gomez Lorenzo, Paula (1) (INTED2017: 11TH International technology, education and development conference, 2017)
      The following study seeks to briefly show the advantages of m-learning regarding the development of English communicative skills in Secondary Education. Multilingual education is part of students' everyday life and therefore ...
    • Consensus in a fuzzy environment: a bibliometric study 

      Cabrerizo, Francisco Javier; Martínez Sánchez, María Ángeles (1); Herrera Gómez, Manuel; Herrera-Viedma, Enrique (3RD International conference on information technology and quantitative management, ITQM 2015, 2015)
      In today's organizations, group decision making has become a part of everyday organizational life. It involves multiple individuals interacting to reach a decision. An important question here is the level of agreement or ...
    • Designing a methodology for online assessment 

      Mosquera Gende, Ingrid (1); Conde del Río, Alba (Iceri2016: 9TH International conference of education, reserch and innovation, 2016)
      With this research paper, we aim to revisit theories regarding different approaches to online assessment, including the difficulties that are encountered during the process. It also offers particular educational examples ...
    • Detection and evaluation of the reading habits shown by university students in the field of literary works on electronic media: a case study at the international university of la rioja 

      Peiró Sempere, Julio (1); Jiménez Fernández, Concepción María (1); Rosa Rivero, Álvaro (1); Martínez Nieto, Roxana Beatriz (1); Roldán Martínez, Ignacio (1) (Inted2014: 8TH International Technology, Education and Development Conference, 2014)
      The International University of La Rioja (UNIR) is an internationally oriented online University whose main concern is to apply new technology to provide students with a set of high-quality standards in higher education. ...
    • Education for globalization: cultural diversity and multilingualism 

      Marro-Roig, Bárbara; Mosquera Gende, Ingrid (1); Gomez Lorenzo, Paula (1) (EDULEARN16: 8TH International conference on education and new learning technologies, 2016)
      In the process known as globalization, cultures, languages and ways of living converge creating a different society, one in which multilingualism plays a main role, having its reflection in education. It is interesting, ...
    • Educational and technological needs of university students with hearing impairments 

      Gutiérrez Gómez-Calcerrada, Sonia (1); Solera Hernández, Eva (1); Rios-Aguilar, Sergio (1); Garcia Gonzalez, Juan Manuel (Iceri2016: 9TH International conference of education, reserch and innovation, 2016)
      In Spain, only 9.2 % of persons with disabilities embark upon Higher Education (Fundacion Universia, 2014), and 14.7 % obtain a university degree, compared to 31.7% of the rest of population (National Statistics Institute, ...
    • Emerging Technologies Applied to Learning Helps students with Disabilities 

      Seguí, Ignacio (1); Garcia, A. (Edulearn12: 4TH International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies, 2012)
      Since 2006, when the European Commission identified and recommended eight key competences for lifelong learning, education has commenced a continual shift in which emerging technologies have a key role. However, the ...
    • Game·Tel: An approach to multi-format and multi-device accessible engineering education 

      Anido, Luis; Burgos, Daniel (1); Caeiro, Manuel; Torrente, Javier; Fernández, Manuel; González, Javier; ...et al. (2011 Frontiers in Education Conference (FIE), 2011)
      Game·Tel is an open source software system that supports personalized learning, focusing on serious games and simulations, making these and traditional content accessible and adaptive to the student and educational context. ...