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Language : English

DOI : 10.24924/ijelt

ISSN :

  • 2289-6732

Start Year : 2016

Published Articles : 38



Volume: 2, Issue Number: 2

DOES LEARNING STYLE IMPACT STUDENT ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE?

DOI :10.24924/ijelt/2017.11/v2.iss2/1.13
Ang Siew Ling, Abdul Basit, Zubair Hassan

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The purpose of this research is to investigate the impact of learning styles on academic performance of MBA students in a private college of Malaysia. It is believed that student learning style is not focus on the material of learning but rather on how they learn in the process of learning. Every student had different ability and preference in the method of data collection and processing data. ... Read More


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FACTORS CONTRIBUTING BRAIN DRAIN IN MALAYSIA

DOI :10.24924/ijelt/2017.11/v2.iss2/14.31
Terry Fong, Zubair Hassan

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Brain drain has transformed into one of the most serious contemporary issues across the world (Yuan, 2012). It is the situation when country loses most of its talented and educated people to other country through migration (Yuan, 2012). ... Read More


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A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK TO INVESTIGATE LIBYAN STUDENTS READINESS TO LEARN CHEMISTRY SUBJECTS USING MASSIVE OPEN ONLINE COURSE (MOOC)

DOI :10.24924/ijelt/2017.11/v2.iss2/32.41
Hajr Alhashmi Khalifa Alsoul, Muhd Ibrahim Muhamad Damanhuri

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Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) is the latest trends in educational institutions in Malaysia. It is best described by McAuley (2010) as "an integrated social networking connectivity, an acknowledged expert facilitating in a field of study and a collected works of accessible online Resources that are free". ... Read More


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THE EFFECT OF TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT ON EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE IN PRIVATE COMPANY, MALAYSIA

DOI :10.24924/ijelt/2017.11/v2.iss2/42.56
Sumaiya Shafiq, Sahibzada Muhammad Hamza

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This paper aims to investigate the effect of training and development on job performance in Private Company, Malaysia. The main role of training and development in the efficiency of the organizations is to experiences the worker in work place. Greatest organisations are mindful of this necessity and invest strength and other sources in the training and development. ... Read More


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EFFECTS OF INTERNET ON THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS' STUDENTS IN NIGER STATE, NIGERIA

DOI :10.24924/ijelt/2017.11/v2.iss2/57.69
Mohammed Abdullahi Jibrin, Muhammad Ndagie Musa, Tahiru Shittu

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The use of technology is changing the way things are done, including the work in tertiary institutions where the teaching and learning process required a great deal of improvement. Knowing fully that internet is an essential tool for facilitating academic activities in tertiary institutions in Nigeria, for a number of years now, the managers of these tertiary institutions of learning have invested heavily in establishing internet services in their schools. ... Read More


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EFFECT ON VOCATIONAL TEACHER JOB PERFORMANCE AS A RESULTS OF WORK FAMILY CONFLICT

DOI :10.24924/ijelt/2017.11/v2.iss2/70.77
Ahmad Zainal Abidin bin Abd Razak, Zaiton Binti Wahid, Melor Binti Md Yunus

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In work and organizational psychology perspective, performance of an individual has become an important issue (Akhlaq, Amjad, Mehmood, Hassan and Malik, 2010, Nart & Batur, 2013). At organizational level, performance concepts and performance requirements have undergone changes to accommodate current organizational practices (Campbell, 1990). ... Read More


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