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ISSN: 1690-4524 (Online)


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Honorary Editorial Advisory Board's Chair
William Lesso (1931-2015)

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Nagib C. Callaos


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A Sign Language Learning Application for Children with Hearing Difficulties
Kuniomi Shibata, Akira Hattori, Sayaka Matsumoto
(pages: 1-6)

An Experience Mapping Method for Delayed Understanding in STEM Education
Masaaki Kunigami, Takamasa Kikuchi, Takao Terano
(pages: 7-16)

Refining the Art of Judgment Education: Evaluation of an Educational Case Study on Making Judgments About the Pros and Cons of COVID-19 Vaccination During the Pandemic
Ariyoshi Kusumi, Yasukazu Hama
(pages: 17-22)

A New Digital Culture in Architecture and Engineering Design Classes with Technological Advances
Mozart Joaquim Magalhães Vidigal, Renata Maria Abrantes Baracho, Marcelo Franco Porto
(pages: 23-28)

Using Federated Learning for Collaborative Intrusion Detection Systems
Matteo Rizzato, Youssef Laarouchi, Christophe Geissler
(pages: 29-36)

Design and Development of an Application for the Generation of Garment Patterns Based on Body Measurements Using CNN
Geraldine Curipaco, Jeiel Tarazona, Daniel Subauste
(pages: 37-46)

Data-Driven Security Measurements to Improve Safety in NYC and NJ Mass Transit
Nithya Nalluri, Michael Bsales, Christie Nelson
(pages: 47-55)

A Review on Security and Privacy of Smart Cities
Abdulhakim Alsaiari, Mohammad Ilyas
(pages: 56-62)

Use of Audience Response Systems to Enhance Student Engagement in Online Synchronous Environments: An Exploratory Study
Trevor Nesbit, Angela Martin
(pages: 63-68)


 

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ABSTRACT


Consulting Informs Best Practice in Academia

Risa Blair


The Conversational Plenary Session began with a clear agenda of describing the process and challenge of developing eLearning and eTraining. After a brief discussion of the benefits and challenges of the modality, the conversation quickly segued to a highly spirited conversation related to consulting and the negative implications when one calls oneself a consultant. In fact, this became an integral theme of multiple discussions throughout the rest of the conference. This author strives to identify a selection of literature which supports the viewpoint that consulting does indeed inform best practices in academia. Those professors with up-to-the-minute consultancies in their fields offer an enriched experience for their students.

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