FRAMEWORK FOR GAMIFICATION BASED E-LEARNING SYSTEMS FOR HIGHER EDUCATION IN EGYPT

  • Article 5, Volume 17, Issue 4, October 2017, Page 59-71
  • DOI: 10.21608/ijicis.2018.7932
  • Author: M Elabnody
  • College of Computing & Information Technology (CCIT) Arab Academy for Science, Technology, and Maritime Transport (AASTMT)Abstract

Abstract

With gamification, design elements known from games can be used in several ways; Businesses have begun to use gamification to enhance profitability, staff have turned work into a game in order to reduce the monotony, serious applications like work and education are being started using mechanisms borrowed from game design, by adding elements from games into non-game elearning applications. This study aims to identify how the elements of gamification affect user experience and increase their engagement with registered subjects. Through a dynamic question selection approach based on the gamification tactics, the real exams of a number of students showed the improvement of their knowledge acquisition by 55% over the traditional examination approaches. Continue reading FRAMEWORK FOR GAMIFICATION BASED E-LEARNING SYSTEMS FOR HIGHER EDUCATION IN EGYPT

A survey of Top 10 Open Source Learning Management Systems

Mohamed Elabnody (2016)

Abstract—Open Source LMSs are fully flexible and customizable, so they can be designed in line with your school/organization’s brand image. Open Source LMSs can also be converted to social learning platforms. You can create an online community through your LMS. This paper describes the most important features in learning management systems (LMS), that are critical to compare and contrast depend on your system requirements. Also represents a multiple LMS providers that are designed to use in university environment. Continue reading A survey of Top 10 Open Source Learning Management Systems

WordPress vs Joomla vs Drupal

For those of us who want to build powerful websites without having to worry about all the coding, and technical aspects of it, there are three main options. WordPress, Joomla and Drupal have established themselves as the leaders for online content management systems. Continue reading WordPress vs Joomla vs Drupal

.com vs .net differences in domain extensions

Which is Preferred – .com vs .net?

The .com and .net domain extensions are well-known, but which one is the best for your needs? You’ve probably seen both and you may have even owned both at some time. Understanding the difference, can help you in many ways. Continue reading .com vs .net differences in domain extensions

Pixelated Mosaic Edges – Photo Shop

This tutorial will show you a way to easily create a pixelated mosaic-type effect for use on edges or borders or whatever you want.

Create a new document, whatever size you want, by pressing [Ctrl + N].

Select the Square Marquee tool [M] and draw your square through half of the document. Continue reading Pixelated Mosaic Edges – Photo Shop

Email Client Setup: Comparing POP vs. IMAP

What is POP and IMAP?

POP (Post Office Protocol). This is a method that your email client can use to connect to our email server for retrieving messages. This connection type allows you to download messages from our email server onto your computer. When looking at your email via your email client, you’re looking at your downloaded copies of those messages, not your original messages that still exist inside of your mailbox. Continue reading Email Client Setup: Comparing POP vs. IMAP

Email Client Setup: Outlook 2010 – Step by Step Walkthrough (IMAP)

You will need your incoming mail server, outgoing mail server, full email address, and your email password. You can find these settings by logging into your Mail Central.

  1. Open Outlook 2010.
  2. Click File.
  3. Select Info. Continue reading Email Client Setup: Outlook 2010 – Step by Step Walkthrough (IMAP)

Email Client Setup: Outlook 2010 – Step by Step Walkthrough (POP)

You will need your incoming mail server, outgoing mail server, full email address, and your email password. You can find these settings by logging into your Mail Central.

  1. Open Outlook 2010.
  2. Click File.
  3. Select Info. Continue reading Email Client Setup: Outlook 2010 – Step by Step Walkthrough (POP)