International Journal Education and Computer Studies (IJECS), e-ISSN: 2776-3277 and p-ISSN: 2776-4729 is a free and open-access journal published by the Sekretariat Pusat Lembaga Komunitas Informasi Teknologi Aceh, Indonesia. International Journal Education and Computer Studies (IJECS) is a peer-reviewed, published quarterly a year international journal that focuses on innovative, original, previously unpublished, experimental or theoretical research concepts. IJECS is committed to bridging the theory and practice of modern education and computer science. From innovative ideas to specific algorithms and full system implementations, IJECS publishes original, peer-reviewed, and high-quality articles in the areas of modern education and computer science. IJECS is a well-indexed scholarly journal and is indispensable reading and reference for people working at the cutting edge of computer science, modern education, and applications. All published article URLs will have a digital object identifier (DOI).
Publication schedule: March, July & November | more info
Language: English (preferable), Indonesia
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Vol. 3 No. 3 (2023): NOVEMBER 2023
International Journal Education and Computer Studies (IJECS) Vol. 3 No. 3 (November 2023) presents a diverse collection of articles addressing key themes in education. "Analyzing the Applications and Implications of Current Emerging Technologies on Digital Trends" explores the impact of emerging technologies, while "Enhancing Science Process Skills" by Miftahul Khairi focuses on experimental methods in heat transfer education for fifth-grade students. Diyah Mayarisa's "Analytical Study on the Urgency of Media Learning in Islamic Religious Education" emphasizes multimedia's role in Islamic education. Cut Intan investigates "The Role of School Supervisors" in enhancing junior high school teachers' competence through academic supervision. Lastly, "Assessing Affective Domain in PAI Subjects" by Hazal Fitri, Ulil Azmi, and Sarniyati Yusmanita presents a case study on affective learning in Islamic education. This edition provides valuable insights into current educational practices and challenges.