[AISWorld] Vol.6, No.4, Knowledge Management & E-Learning (Indexed by Scopus)

maggie wang maggiemhwang at gmail.com
Sat Feb 14 23:21:15 EST 2015

Vol.6, No.4, Knowledge Management & E-Learning (Indexed by Scopus)

As Editors-in-Chief of Knowledge Management & E-Learning (KM&EL), we are
very pleased to announce the release of this issue. Please see below for a
detailed description of the contents.

By 13th Feb 2015, 192 articles have been published at the KM&EL Journal,
with 560203 full-text downloads.

A FREE copy of this Issue can be downloaded at
Knowledge Management & E-Learning (KM&EL)
KM&EL Lab, The University of Hong Kong

Maggie M. Wang and Stephen J. H. Yang
Editors-in-Chief of KM&EL

The contents of this issue
Special Issue on “Smart cities of the future: Creating tomorrow’s education
toward effective skills and career development today”

Editorial: Smart cities of the future: Creating tomorrow’s education toward
effective skills and career development today
By Fanny Klett (IEEE Fellow), Minhong Wang

Competences and knowledge: Key-factors in the smart city of the future
By Saverio Salerno, Antonio Nunziante, Gabriella Santoro

Automatic selection of informative sentences: The sentences that can
generate multiple choice questions
By Mukta Majumder, Sujan Kumar Saha

Co-creating value: Student contributions to smart cities
By Chetan S. Sankar, Barry A. Cumbie

Measuring influence of internationalized universities on smart city
development in terms of human capital and urban aspects
By Nikolay Kazantsev, Igor Zakhlebin

Development and use of a digital signage system for revitalizing regional
shopping districts
By Shota Takata, Kengo Hayashi, Keita Tamatsu, Yoshio Yamagishi, Hiroshi

Facebook as e-learning tool for higher education institutes
By Ijaz A. Qureshi, Hassan Raza, Michael Whitty

Mobile-based system for cost-effective e-learning contents delivery in
resource and bandwidth constrained learning environments
By Michael P. J. Mahenge, Joseph W. Mwangoka

Our building is smarter than your building: The use of competitive rivalry
to reduce energy consumption and linked carbon footprint
By Carolyn McGibbon, Jacques Ophoff, Jean-Paul Van Belle

Informing physicians using a situated decision support system: Disease
management for the smart city
By Raafat George Saade, Rustam Vahidov, George M. Tsoukas, Alexander Tsoukas
Forthcoming Issue Vol.7, No.1

Special Issue on "Novakian concept mapping in university and professional

Table of Contents

Editorial: Novakian concept mapping in university and professional education
By Ian M. Kinchin

How good is my concept map? Am I a good cmapper?
By Alberto J. Cañas, Joseph D. Novak, Priit Reiska

A standardised, holistic framework for concept-map analysis combining
topological attributes and global morphologies
By Stefan Yoshi Buhmann, Martyn Kingsbury

Concept maps which visualise the artifice of teaching sequence: Cognition,
linguistic and problem-based views on a common teaching problem
By David B Hay, Martina Proctor

Justifying the usage of concept mapping as a tool for the formative
assessment of the structural knowledge of engineering students
By Alla Anohina-Naumeca

Concept maps as versatile tools to integrate complex ideas: From
Kindergarten to higher and professional education
By Beat A. Schwendimann

Becoming a mental health nurse; A three year longitudinal study
By Harvey Wells, Cathy Bernal, Daniel Bressington

Designing problem-based curricula: The role of concept mapping in
scaffolding learning for the health sciences
By Susan M. Bridges, Esmonde F. Corbet, Lap Ki Chan

The potential contributions of concept maps for learning website to
assessment for learning practices
By Mehmet Filiz, David L. Trumpower, Shehzad Ghani, Said Atas, Arun

Suggestions for teacher education from concept mapping studies
By Priit Reiska, Katrin Soika

Using concept maps to create reasoning models to teach thinking: An
application for solving kinematics problems
By Guadalupe Martínez-Borreguero, Ángel L. Pérez-Rodríguez, María Isabel
Suero-López, Pedro J. Pardo-Fernández, Francisco L. Naranjo-Correa


Call for Papers:
Special Issue on “Advances in Healthcare Provider and Patient Training to
Improve the Quality and Safety of Patient Care”

Special Issue on “eHealth Literacy: Emergence of a new concept for
creating, evaluating and understanding online health resources for the

Special Issue on “Models, technologies and approaches toward widening the
Open Access to learning and education”



Maggie M. Wang and Stephen J. H. Yang

Knowledge Management & E-Learning: An International Journal (Indexed by

KM&EL Journal Metrics (Scopus):
2013 SNIP (Source Normalized Impact per Paper): 1.052 | Ranking: 218/643
Education | 45/113 Management of Technology and Innovation
2013 SJR (SCImago Journal Rank): 0.431 | Ranking: 376/1035 Education |
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