July 17, 2024

Vol 11, No 1 (2019). Knowledge Management & E-Learning: An International Journal,

Author: Juan José Calderón Amador
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Hoy traemos a este espacio el último número de la revista
Knowledge Management and E-Learning: An International Journal,

Journal Metrics (Scopus):
2017 SJR: 0.489 | Ranking: 25/75 e-Learning | 372/1025 Education | 70/184 Management of Technology and Innovation
2017 CiteScore: 0.75 | Ranking: 476/979 Education | 115/169 Management of Technology and Innovation

As of July 2018, the journal has published 331 articles, and received more than 1,453,639 full-text downloads; 133 articles published in KM&EL have been cited 362 times by 176 SSCI/SCIE indexed journals.

Maggie M. Wang, The University of Hong Kong
Stephen J. H. Yang, National Central University

Knowledge Management & E-Learning (KM&EL) is an open access, peer-reviewed international journal that aims to publish latest and quality research articles in the multidisciplinary area of knowledge management and electronic learning. We hope to foster a platform for leading research in the emerging new landscape of knowledge intensive economy, which requires the integration of knowledge and learning.

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Vol 11, No 1 (2019)

Table of Contents

Editorial Board and Contents______________________ ______________________

Effect of a metacognitive scaffolding on self-efficacy, metacognition, and achievement in e-learning environments
Nilson Valencia-Vallejo, Omar López-Vargas, Luis Sanabria-Rodríguez

The evolution of e-learning practices at the University of Tehran: A case study
Babak Sohrabi, Iman Raeesi Vanani, Hamideh Iraj

An investigation into the attraction and completion rates of MOOCs
Sergey Kruchinin

How can the Portuguese navigation system in the 15th century inspire the development of the model for project-based learning organizations?
Hamid Hakamian, Mohammad Hossein Sobhiyah, Mohammad Aghdasi, Mehdi Shamizanjani

Distinguishing a ‘hit’ from a ‘view’: Using the access durations of lecture recordings to tell whether learning might have happened
David C. Simcock, Wei-Hang Chua, Margreet Hekman, Matthew T. Levin, Simon Brown

A study on knowledge sharing behavior among academicians in India
M. Punniyamoorthy, J. Antonette Asumptha

An empirical study of knowledge sharing: A case of South African healthcare system
Tope Samuel Adeyelure, Billy Mathias Kalema, Baji Linky Motlanthe

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