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LU PPMF Profesore Linda Daniela sadarbībā ar kolēģiem Miltiadis D. Lytras un Annu Visvizi ir sagatavojusi grāmatu “KNOWLEDGE-INTENSIVE ECONOMIES AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR SOCIAL, ORGANIZATIONAL, AND TECHNOLOGICAL GROWTH”
Linda Daniela, LU PPMF profesore
24.10.2018.

LU PPMF profesore Linda Daniela sadarbībā ar kolēģiem Miltiadis D. Lytras un Annu Visvizi ir sagatavojusi grāmatu “KNOWLEDGE-INTENSIVE ECONOMIES AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR SOCIAL, ORGANIZATIONAL, AND TECHNOLOGICAL GROWTH”, kas tiek izdota IGI Global izdevniecībā.

Grāmatā ir apkopotas 16 nodaļas, kurās analizētas problēmas, ar ko šodien sastopas sabiedrība, gan tiek arī meklēti šo problēmu alternatīvi risinājumi. Apkopotos pētījumus caurvij pamatprincips, ka izglītībai ir svarīga nozīme inovatīvu risinājumu meklēšanā, lai šīs problēmas mazinātu un tiek analizētas tehnoloģiju izmantošanas iespējas, to radītais progress, ilgtspējīgas attīstības riski un kiberdrošības jautājumi.

Grāmatā apkopoto nodaļas autoru vidū Latvijas Universitāti pārstāv profesore Linda Daniela, pētnieks  Raimonds Strods un docente Daiga Kalniņa

GRĀMATAS SATURS:

SECTION 1 - SMART EDUCATION: TECHNOLOGY-ENHANCED LEARNING AND DATA-DRIVEN INNOVATION

Chapter 1 - On the Way to Smart Education and Urban Society

Linda Daniela, University of Latvia, Latvia

Kwok Tai Chui, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Anna Visvizi, The American College of Greece, Greece & Effat University, Saudi Arabia

Miltiades D. Lytras, The American College of Greece, Greece

Chapter 2 - Technology-Enhanced Learning (TEL) in Higher Education: Where Are We Now?

Linda Daniela, University of Latvia, Latvia

Raimonds Strods, University of Latvia, Latvia

Daiga Kalniņa, University of Latvia, Latvia

Chapter 3 - Knowledge Framework for Online Learning: Implications for Cybsersecurity and Programming

Education

Simon Cleveland, City University of Seattle, USA

Greg Block, City University of Seattle, USA

 

SECTION 2 - INITIATIVES ON KNOWLEDGE-INTENSIVE ECONOMIES AND TECHNOLOGY-DRIVEN INNOVATION

Chapter 4 - The Imperatives of Critical Thinking, Social Norms, and Values in Africa: Pathways to Sustainable Development

Essien D. Essien, University of Uyo, Nigeria

Chapter 5 - The Era After Oil: Knowledge-Intensive Cities on the Arabian Gulf

Wolfgang G. Stock, Heinrich Heine University Dusseldorf, Germany

Julia Barth, Heinrich Heine University Dusseldorf, Germany

Julia Gremm, Heinrich Heine University Dusseldorf, Germany

Chapter 6 - The National Plan of E-Government: How the UAE Government Modernized Citizen Services

Badreya Al-Jenaibi, United Arab Emirates University, UAE

Chapter 7 - Exploring Knowledge Activities for Bringing Saudi Arabia and the BRICS Together

Abdulkader Alfantookh, SRMG, Saudi Arabia

Saad Haj Bakry, King Saud University, Saudi Arabia

 

SECTION 3 - STREAMLINE AND EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES FOR TECHNOLOGY-DRIVEN INNOVATION: CASE STUDIES

Chapter 8 - Classification of Traffic Events in Mexico City Using Machine Learning and Volunteered Geographic Information

Magdalena Saldana-Perez, Instituto Politecnico Nacional, Mexico

Miguel Torres-Ruiz, Instituto Politecnico Nacional, Mexico

Marco Moreno-Ibarra, Instituto Politecnico Nacional, Mexico

Chapter 9 - Exploring Key E-Services Issues Toward Future Development

Abdulaziz Alshouiby, Saudi E-Government Program, Saudi Arabia

Saad Haj Bakry, King Saud University, Saudi Arabia

Chapter 10 - Improved Indoor Geo-Localization System: Bluetooth Low Energy Technology of iBeacons and Wi-Fi Network for Better IOT Systems Accuracy

Abdaoui Noura, Mannouba university, Tunisia

Ismahene Hadj Khalifa, Institut Superieur des Arts de Multimedia, Tunisia

Sami Faiz, Institut Superieur des Arts de Multimedia, Tunisia

Chapter 11 - Managing Multi-Cloud Data Dependability Faults

Mohammed A. AlZain, Taif University, Saudi Arabia

Alice S. Li, La Trobe University, Australia

Ben Soh, La Trobe University, Australia

Mehedi Masud, Taif University, Saudi Arabia

Chapter 12 - Retrieval of Relevant Web Pages by a New Filtering Method

Sahar Maalej Dammak, MIRACL Laboratory, Tunisia

Anis Jedidi, MIRACL Laboratory, Tunisia

Rafik Bouaziz, MIRACL Laboratory, Tunisia

Chapter 13 - Review on Keyword Search and Ranking Techniques for Semi-Structured Data

Dayananda P., JSSATEB, India

Sowmyarani C. N., Rashtreeya Vidyalaya College of Engineering, India

 

SECTION 4 - NEW SKILLS AND NEW MENTAL MODELS FOR THE NEW ERA OF EDUCATION

Chapter 14 - Extraction and Annotation of News Topics From TV Streams for Web Video Sharing: A Contribution to Produce Reliable Online Video News Content

Tarek Zlitni, Sfax University, Tunisia

Walid Mahdi, Taif University, Saudi Arabia

Chapter 15 - A Conceptual Model for Cloud-Based E-Training in Nursing Education

Halima E. Samra, La Trobe University, Australia

Alice S. Li, La Trobe University, Australia

Ben Soh, La Trobe University, Australia

Mohammed A. AlZain, Taif University, Saudi Arabia

Chapter 16 - Academicians Quality of Work Life and Its Influence on Value of Education

Chandra Sekhar Patro, Gayatri Vidya Parishad College of Engineering (Autonomous), India