Innovations in Smart Learning by Elvira Popescu, Kinshuk, Mohamed Koutheair Khribi, Ronghuai

By Elvira Popescu, Kinshuk, Mohamed Koutheair Khribi, Ronghuai Huang, Mohamed Jemni, Nian-Shing Chen, Demetrios G. Sampson

The booklet goals to supply an archival discussion board for researchers, teachers, practitioners, and pros and/or engaged within the reform of the methods of educating and studying via advancing present studying environments in the direction of clever studying environments. It allows possibilities for discussions and optimistic discussion between a variety of stakeholders at the boundaries of current studying environments, desire for reform, leading edge makes use of of rising pedagogical techniques and applied sciences, and sharing and merchandising of most sensible practices, resulting in the evolution, layout and implementation of clever studying environments. the point of interest of the contributions during this e-book is at the interaction of pedagogy, expertise and their fusion in the direction of the development of shrewdpermanent studying environments. a variety of elements of this interaction contain yet will not be constrained to:
● Pedagogy: studying paradigms, evaluation paradigms, social components, coverage;
● expertise: rising applied sciences, leading edge makes use of of mature applied sciences, adoption, usability, criteria, and emerging/new technological paradigms (open academic assets, cloud computing, etc.);
● Fusion of pedagogy and know-how: transformation of curriculum, transformation of training habit, transformation of management, top practices of infusion, piloting of recent ideas.

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I. Dascalu et al. as a set of elements which “accelerate the knowledge acquisition”, elements which are based on cutting edge technologies [2]. A so-called smart university has to sustain opinion mining, in-depth analysis of various stakeholders’ needs, creation of a strategic vision that can be structured based on goals and quantified in key performance indicators, prioritization of goals and alignment to well-known standards of competences, such European e-Competence Framework (ECF), all sustained by monitoring and analytics tools [2].

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