[AISWorld] Vol.9, No.4, Knowledge Management & E-Learning (Indexed by ESCI, Scopus)

maggie wang maggiemhwang at gmail.com
Thu Dec 21 23:54:27 EST 2017

Vol.9, No.4, Knowledge Management & E-Learning (Indexed by ESCI, 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 21th Dec 2017, 310 articles have been published at the KM&EL Journal,
with 1,300,080 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
Lessons learned from developing online training for humanitarians
By Olimpius Istrate
A double-loop evaluation process for MOOC design and its pilot application
in the university domain
By Federica Cirulli, Gianluca Elia, Gianluca Solazzo
e-Learning objects in the cloud: SCORM compliance, creation and deployment
By Stephanie Day, Emre Erturk
An effective method of collecting practical knowledge by presentation of
videos and related words
By Satoshi Shimada
Examining intellectual stimulation, idealised influence and individualised
consideration as an antecedent to knowledge sharing: Evidence from Ghana
By Franklin Gyamfi Agyemang, Henry Boateng, Michael Dzigbordi Dzandu
Design smart city apps using activity theory
By Corrado Petrucco, Cinzia Ferranti
A comprehensive overview on the foundations of formal concept analysis
By K. Sumangali, Ch. Aswani Kumar
Knowledge Management & E-Learning: An International Journal (Indexed by
ESCI, Scopus)
KM&EL Journal Metrics (Scopus):
2016 CiteScore: 0.70 | Ranking: 443/933 Education Q2 | 109/161 Management
of Technology and Innovation
2016 SJR: 0.302 | Ranking: 37/78 e-Learning Q2 | 95/159 Management of
Technology and Innovation | 526/954 Education
2016 SNIP: 0.752 | Ranking: 74/124 Management of Technology and Innovation
| 399/745 Education

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