Aug 04, 2022Open AccessArticle
Objective: Our objective is to evaluate the level of knowledge and competencies in the use of ICT tools and the need for training in medical staff in the faculty of medicine and pharmacy of Fez. Methods: We conducted a cross-sectional survey from May 2021, in the Faculty of Medicine and Pharmacy of Fez in various doctor’s classes: professors, medical residents, interns, and students. The questionnaire was mainly organized into two sections about the level of 1) knowledge and competencies in the ...
May 16, 2022Open AccessArticle
The study is aimed at investigating the effect of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) use on library service delivery in two universities namely, University of Ghana library (Ghana) and Jiangsu university library (China). The paper adopted quantitative method and used a structured questionnaire to gather the research data. A sample size of 62 staff from Jiangsu University Library and 80 staff from the University of Ghana Library were selected. In all, a sample size of 142 respondents ...
Mar 28, 2022Open AccessArticle
Nowadays, the applications developed in the imaging area have focused on image measurement and compression, facial recognition, blurring, or image enhancement, to name a few. Among these activities, shape descriptors play an important role in describing the topology of an object and determining its general and local characteristics. Despite the large number of studies carried out, the idea of a robust shape descriptor remains a difficult problem, the challenges that hinder shape recognition are ...
Aug 31, 2021Open AccessArticle
Eco-translatology is an interdisciplinary study of ecology and translation. With the help of CiteSpace developed by Professor Chen Chaomei and other statistical tools, this paper draws a knowledge graph of journal papers in the CNKI database of eco-translatology from 2008 to 2021, aiming to vividly and intuitively show the general situation. These hot spots and evolving trends in eco-transla- tology studies are under widespread scrutiny and investigation by Chinese authors. By dissecting the dis...
Jul 20, 2020Open AccessArticle
India is a demographic democratic country having a population of nearing 140 crores and with different people of various religions, communicating numerous languages, wearing different varieties of clothes. India is also a cacophony of languages, with more than 1500 films being produced every year in its 20 languages. Recommender systems give personalized outputs in the form of the information being processed. But unfortunately, there is very little personalization done or the data available for...
Aug 29, 2019Open AccessArticle
The aim of this descriptive and quantitative study was to explore the usage of reference management systems (RMSs) among Kuwait University (KU) faculty and their perspectives towards using these systems. For this purpose, an online survey was distributed using Google Forms. The sample was all KU faculty from all the 16 colleges, and a link to the survey was sent by email to all the faculty. The results show a humble usage of RMSs
Jan 29, 2018Open AccessArticle
Biometric technology as a
means of identifying and verifying an individual’s characteristic is widely
used in many aspects of peoples’ lives nowadays. In this regard, Local
Government Unit (LGU) uses this technology to provide a more comprehensive
system in monitoring employee attendance and how it may affect their
performance. The study assesses the impact of the use about the Biometric Attendance Recor
Mar 20, 2017Open AccessArticle
Portability allows a teacher to bring his or her mobile phone wherever he or she may go particularly into a classroom, which would guide him/her to efficiently manage a class. Today, mobile phones can be used to increase students’ organization, hastening collaboration, and maximizing portability of technology. In this study, an attempt has been made to develop an Android- Based Class Rec-ord System which