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ABSTRACTING AND INDEXING:
2016 Q2: Articles Received: 35; Accepted: 21; Rejected: 13; Published: 16; Retracted: 0
2016 Q1: Articles Received: 40; Accepted: 28; Rejected: 15; Published: 24; Retracted: 0
2015: Articles Received: 145; Accepted: 88; Rejected: 43; Published: 72; Retracted: 0
2014: Articles Received: 120; Accepted: 78; Rejected: 39; Published: 58; Retracted: 0
2013: Articles Received: 127; Accepted: 79; Rejected: 39; Published: 71; Retracted: 0
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Call for Papers-International Journal of Higher Education
International Journal of Higher Education, which is a double-blind peer-reviewed journal, published quarterly by Sciedu Press.
We are seeking submissions for forthcoming issue published in November 2016. The paper should be written in professional English. The length of 3000-8000 words is preferred. All manuscripts should be prepared in MS-Word format, and submitted online: http://www.sciedupress.com/ijhe or sent to: email@example.com
For any further information about the journal, please log on its website:http://www.sciedupress.com/ijhe
Deadline for Submission: September 30, 2016
Vol 5, No 3 (2016)
Table of Contents
|Student Perceptions of Justification in Two Disparate Domains: Education and Biology|
|Christi Lea Dawson, Maeghan N Hennessey, Kelli Higley||p1|
|Stress in Medical Students in a Problem-Based Learning Curriculum|
|Ahmad Dagistani, Fawwaz Al Hejaili, Salih Binsalih, Hamdan Al Jahdali, Abdulla Al Sayyari||p12|
|The Effect of Mobile Learning on Students' Achievement and Conversational Skills|
|Abdellah Ibrahim Mohammed Elfeky, Thouqan Saleem Yakoub Masadeh||p20|
|Student Self-Efficacy and Gender-Personality Interactions|
|Lars Fallan, Leiv Opstad||p32|
|Pedagogical Implications, Possibilities, and Pitfalls of Offering a Semester 3 Credit Course in Nine Consecutive Days|
|Porter E. Coggins, Victoria Hays, Kate Larson||p45|
|Students’ Perceptions and Faculty Measured Competencies in Higher Education|
|J. Muthiani Malechwanzi, Hongde Lei, Lu Wang||p56|
|Scientific Skills in Graduate Mexican Students: Curriculum, Mentoring and Institutional Support|
|Angel Alberto Valdés Cuervo, Pedro Antonio Sánchez Escobedo, Etty Haydeé Estévez Nenninger, Silvia Patricia Aquino Zuñiga||p70|
|Feel the Progress: Second-year Students’ Reflections on Their First-year Experience|
|Telle Hailikari, Robert Kordts-Freudinger, Liisa Postareff||p79|
|Comparing the Change of Teaching Motivations among Preservice Teachers in Austria, Germany, and Switzerland: Do In-school Learning Opportunities Matter?|
|Johannes König, Martin Rothland, Sarantis Tachtsoglou, Stefan Klemenz||p91|
|Integrating Faculty Led Service Learning Training to Quantify Height of Natural Resources from a Spatial Science Perspective|
|Daniel Unger, David Kulhavy, Kai Busch-Petersen, I-Kuai Hung||p104|
|A Study on the Relationship between College Students’ Boredom Tendency and Attribution Style as well as Achievement Motivation|
|The Roots of the Challenge: Undergraduate Chinese Students Adjusting to American College Life|
|Enhancing Student Teachers’ Teaching Skills Through a Blended Learning Approach|
|Abeer Abdalhalim Albhnsawy, Ahmed Mahmoud Aliweh||p131|
|Motivation Management of Project-Based Learning for Business English Adult Learners|
|Using ePortfolio’s to Assess Undergraduate Paramedic Students: A Proof of Concept Evaluation|
|Rod Mason, Brett Williams||p146|
|Investigating Causality between Global Experience and Global Competency for Undergraduates in Contemporary China’s Higher Education: A Transformative Learning Theory Perspective|
|Jian Li, Jinhui Xu||p155|
|Evaluation of the Processes and Outcomes of Implementing a Competency Model to Foster Research Knowledge Utilization in Education|
|Melodie Briand-Lamarche, Renee Pinard, Pascale Theriault, Christian Dagenais||p168|
|Qatar's Educational System in the Technology-Driven Era: Long Story Short|
|Ibrahim Mohamad Karkouti||p182|
|The Development of Biology Teaching Material Based on the Local Wisdom of Timorese to Improve Students Knowledge and Attitude of Environment In Caring the Persevation of Environment|
|Andam S. Ardan||p190|
|Student Perceptions to Teaching Undergraduate Anatomy in Health Sciences|
|Ryan S Anderton, Li Shan Chiu, Susan Aulfrey||p201|
|Strengthening Statistics Graduate Programs with Statistical Collaboration - The Case of Hawassa University, Ethiopia|
|Ayele Taye Goshu||p217|
|The Key Predictors of Success in University in France: What Are the Contributing Factors and Possible New Directions in Educational Research?|
|Amelie Duguet, Marielle Le Mener, Sophie Morlaix||p222|
|Opportunities and Challenges of Academic Staff in Higher Education in Africa|
|Elijah Dickens Mushemeza||p236|
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