Asia Pacific Journal of Contemporary Education and Communication Technology
The Asia Pacific Journal of Contemporary Education and Communication Technology stands as the world’s leading publication regarding the ever-broadening divisions in these two fields. The Journal serves as a platform for exploring emerging trends of technological potential as well as being the leading publication on the most recent educational techniques, discovery and growth.
Contemporary Education: Extensive categories of significance within educational development are increasingly being utilized in order to accelerate the learning process and to delve into the profound avenues of academic capability. The Journal draws upon these diverse categories in order to promote a continuous dialogue of learning techniques and processes. The publication provides an ever-evolving platform for information and insights surrounding the expansive scope of Contemporary Education. Traditional education has evolved to encompass a diverse array of potential learning techniques that may be utilized to heighten educational achievements. The APJCECT allows for the compilation and dissemination of these exciting educational advancements as they continue to evolve worldwide.
The major divisions of the educational infrastructure are regarded and discussed within the APJCECT. The Journal’s material encompasses a varied array of subject matter, including Educational Psychology, Mathematics Education, Liberal Education, Health Education, Special Education and Secondary Education, together with scholarly insights, research and progress. The Journal attaches the utmost importance to the improvement, advancement and global implementation of educational techniques. Supported by scholarly research, methodology, data and conclusions, the APJCECT continues to foster the necessary educational growth to be utilized and implemented worldwide.
Communication and Technology: are globally recognized as divisions of radical projected growth, and their scope of development continues to evolve at an ever-increasing rate. At the same time, innovation within arenas such as Computing, Information Systems, E-Commerce and Software Design have created the need for a publication that can collate the expansive data and intelligence surrounding today’s Information and Communication sectors.
The Journal is diligently compiled to present the most significant ground-breaking developments and technologies associated with global communications and computing. Grid and Cloud Computing, IT-based Convergence Technology and Services, Software Design and Embedded Systems and Hardware all converge within the Journal’s scope, in order to provide the most effective platform for up-to-date technological information and ground-breaking communicative intelligence.
Operating across a global scale, the Journal offers the most recent accounts of advanced technological research and investigation. Scholarly studies, professional analyses and extensive experience all coincide in this publication that is the world’s leading source of Information and Communication Technology. The role of the Journal, and its dedication to the forefront of advancements, mirrors the needs of international information sectors. Striving to be globally recognized as the leading publication of its kind, the APJCECT continues to focus its efforts on producing the most comprehensive journal of Information and Communication Technology worldwide.
Contemporary Education: The Asia Pacific Journal of Contemporary Education and Communication Technology endeavours to be the primary platform for educational concepts, advancements and achievements. The Journal strives to publish the most advanced methodologies, techniques and scholarly considerations compiled worldwide. The APJCECT meets the highest standards regarding ethics and advanced practices, exploring unconventional, as well as classic, educational themes. With a focus on cultural significance, highly-regarded research and an approach geared toward innovation, the Journal provides a platform for the continuous communication of the leading concepts of learning and growth that surround the field of Contemporary Education.
Communication Technology: The primary objective of the Asia Pacific Journal of Information and Communication Technology is to coordinate and publish cutting-edge advancements within technology-based sectors. As intelligence surrounding business, communications and information continues to develop, the APJCECT strives to maintain its role as the primary source for all things compelling within information and technology. In addition to its well-maintained publication standards, the APJCECT continuously moves to advance its capacity for publishing exciting innovations and exceptional technological discoveries. As a journal of the highest integrity and design, the publication coordinates concepts, technological enhancement, methodology and progress in IT Communications, maintaining and accelerating its position as the world’s leading source of information regarding the business and theories of Technology, Communications and Information.
Education: Theory of Education, Assertive and Assistive Educational Technology, Comparative Education, Counselling, Cultural Literacy, Curriculum Studies, Distance Education, Early Education, Educational Change, Educational Policy, Planning and Practice, Educational Psychology, Education and Public Policy, Educational Research and Statistics, E-learning, Health Education, Tertiary Education, Innovative Education, Information & Library Science, International Exchange Programs, Language Education, Liberal Education, Mathematics Education, Medical Education, Physical Education, Science Education, Secondary Education, Special Education and Technology Education.
Communication Technology: Advanced IT Bio/Medical Engineering, Bioinformatics and applications, Business and Information Systems, Cloud computing, Convergence in Information Technology Security, Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery, Digital convergence, Electronic Commerce, Business and Management, Grid and Cloud Computing, Intelligent Robotics and Autonomous Agents, Hardware and Software Design, Health and Medical Informatics, Hybrid information technology, Intelligent communications and networks, IT-based Convergence Technology and Service, Multimedia convergence, Smart Card and RFID Technologies, Soft Computing and Intelligent Systems, Social and Business Aspects of Convergence IT, Ubiquitous Computing and Embedded Systems, Recent Trends in Computing & Information technology.
Professor Martin Mills
Associate Professor Mark Pegrum
Associate Professor Blaine Hatt
Associate Professor Bharat Maheshwari
Associate Professor Wang Ng
Dr. Elena Soukakou
Professor Maurice Galton
Associate Professor Robyn Gillies
Associate Professor Nigel Bagnall
Associate Professor Jan Kietzmann
Call for Papers
Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research (APIAR) publishes a collection of double blind peer-reviewed journals covering many areas of Business, Education, Social Sciences, and Information and Communication Technology. APIAR invites submissions of high quality articles in these areas. Academics and researchers wishing to submit an article related to one of the above areas, should read the Guidelines to Authors and prepare manuscripts in accordance with those guidelines. All papers are double blind peer-reviewed, with internationally renowned reviewers ensuring that reviews are done in a timely manner and to the highest standards. These journals serve as a platform for the exchange of ideas among researchers around the world. All the journals are published biannually.
The management of APIAR encourages leading researchers, academics, consultants, scholars, practitioners and research students from their respective domains of interest around the world to publish their articles in its journals. All submissions will be peer reviewed and evaluated, based on originality, technical and/or research content, accuracy, readability and relevance to the journals. Submissions will be selected for publication based on technical merit, interest, applicability, and how well they fit into a coherent and balanced technical program.
Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to
Theory of Education, Assertive and Assistive Educational Technology, Comparative Education, Counselling, Cultural Literacy, Curriculum Studies, Distance Education, Early Education, Educational Change, Educational Policy, Planning and Practice, Educational Psychology, Education and Public Policy, Educational Research and Statistics, E-learning, Health Education, Tertiary Education, Innovative Education, Information & Library Science, International Exchange Programs, Language Education, Liberal Education, Mathematics Education, Medical Education, Physical Education, Science Education, Secondary Education, Special Education and Technology Education.
The Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research (APIAR) endeavours to ensure that no form of unethical practice or behaviour is displayed or carried out by the authors, reviewers or editors.
Ethical policy for authors
Authors are required to:
- provide work that is original, unpublished, unduplicated and unplagiarised
- adequately acknowledge the materials used or quoted from other sources, using citations, mentions and/or permissions where required
- avoid violations or infringements of other authors’ and publishers’ rights
- avoid copying data from other sources without acknowledgement
- avoid using concocted, untrue or manipulated data or information
- use their own data or obtain permission to use data reproduced in their papers
- properly acknowledge funding sources
- avoid using any material that supports or promotes violence in society
- avoid any contact with the editor or reviewers for their work
- comply to all other ethical standards in their work and avoid any unethical or immoral conduct.
Ethical policy for reviewers
- should ensure that the work is original and unpublished
- must not make any contact with the author
- must maintain confidentiality and must not pass on or divulge any information contained in the work to any individual or organisation either for personal gain or to provide any benefit to another person or organisation
- must maintain impartiality during the review process and must not show any kind of bias in accepting or rejecting work
- must be fair and transparent
- should comply to all other ethical policies recommended by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) --http://publicationethics.org/ and/or the Council of Science Editors (CSE) --http://www.councilscienceeditors.org/i4a/pages/index.cfm?pageid=3331.
Ethical policy for editors
- must ensure that the author complies with all ethical issues and that publication ethics are not violated
- must not have any form of contact with the author
- must be fair, unbiased, impartial and transparent in accepting or rejecting a paper
- must not pass on or divulge any information to any person or institution for personal gain or for the gain of another person or institution
- must not pass any information about the reviewers to the authors
- must ensure that the reviewers comply to all ethical policies
INCORPORATING GROUP COURSEWORK AS AN ASSESSMENT COMPONENT INTO ONLINE AND TRADITIONAL UNIVERSITY PROGRAMMES
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ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE AND SCHOOL PRODUCTIVITY OF ELEMENTARY TEACHERS IN THE CITY SCHOOLS DIVISION OF DASMARINAS CITY CAVITE, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
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TEACHERS’ ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT, TEACHING EFFICACY BELIEF AND LEVEL OF PERFORMANCE IN RELATION TO THEIR PUPILS’ATTITUDES TOWARDS MATHEMATICS
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REAL-TIME PERFORMANCE EVALUATION METRICS FOR OBJECT DETECTION AND TRACKING OF INTELLIGENT VIDEO SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS
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DESIGN OF A FEASIBLE DOCUMENT CLUSTERING STRATEGY FOR PLAGIARISM DETECTION OF A NATIONAL RESEARCH, REPORT AND MANAGEMENT PORTAL SYSTEM IN KOREA
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SIMPLIFIED METHOD OF EVALUATING INTEGRALS OF POWERS OF COSINE USING REDUCTION FORMULA AS MATHEMATICAL ALGORITHM
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CONTENT-FOCUSED INSTRUCTIONAL LEARNING SCHEME (CFILS): AN INTERVENTIONAL APPROACH TO IMPROVING LEARNING
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ANALYSING SIGNIFICANT TRANSLATED SOCIAL AND LITERARY ASPECTS IN RANDOLPH STOW’S MERRY-GO-ROUND IN THE SEA FOR AN IRAQI AUDIENCE
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CONTEXT AS A LEARNING LAB FOR DESIGN EDUCATION; INTEGRATING SOCIOCULTURAL CONTEXTS AND COMMUNICATION MEDIA
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THE APPLICATION OF RESEARCH BASED KNOWLEDGE IN WORKSHOPS CONDUCTED TO EMBED A CREATIVE DIMENSION ACROSS A RANGE OF DISCIPLINES AND EDUCATIONAL LEVELS
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DISRUPTIVE TECHNOLOGIES: A NOT-FOR-PROFIT PERSPECTIVE ON ENTERPRISE CONTENT MANAGEMENT DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION
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The Learning Transfer System Inventory and the Professional Development of New Zealand Physical Education Teachers
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EXPERT EFL TEACHERS’ SUPPORT FOR CHINESE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS’ LEARNING OF WORD MEANINGS THROUGH BLOGS
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CREATING INTERACTIVE IBOOK FOR ACADEMIC WRITING AMONG UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS IN A MALAYSIAN UNIVERSITY
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Behavioural Parent Training in Treating Noncompliance Behaviour among Preschool Children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
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A MODEL FOR ADOPTION OF COMMON ALLIANCE PLATFORM IN AIRLINE:INTER-ORGANISATIONAL SYSTEMS AND HOME-REGION ORIENTATION APPROACH USING TOE FRAMEWORK
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THE INTERCHANGES OF HEDONIC-UTILITARIAN VALUES TOWARD INFORMATION SYSTEM-USERS SATISFACTION: A CASE OF SOCIAL MEDIA USERS
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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT STAFF’S COMPETENCY LEVEL IN E-LEARNING IMPLEMENTATION: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF KENYATTA UNIVERSITY, KENYA AND UNIVERSITY OF CAPE COAST, GHANA
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