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.

Editors-in-Chief
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)

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Effect of a metacognitive scaffolding on self-efficacy, metacognition, and achievement in e-learning environments
Nilson Valencia-Vallejo, Omar López-Vargas, Luis Sanabria-Rodríguez
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1-19

The evolution of e-learning practices at the University of Tehran: A case study
Babak Sohrabi, Iman Raeesi Vanani, Hamideh Iraj
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20-37

An investigation into the attraction and completion rates of MOOCs
Sergey Kruchinin
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38-58

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
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59-80

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
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81-94

A study on knowledge sharing behavior among academicians in India
M. Punniyamoorthy, J. Antonette Asumptha
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95-113

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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114-128

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