IJLRET provides individual hard copy of certificates to all authors after online publication. w.e.f. 01/11/2015
Log in || Register editor@ijlret.com
IJLRET Menu

Current Issue [Vol. 07, No. 11] [September 2021]


Paper Title :: Information Technology Challenges Faced during the Covid-19 Pandemic in Higher Education
Author Name :: Dr Parin Somani
Country :: United Kingdom
Page Number :: 01-06
Information technology (IT) systems have primarily been used as a supplement to traditional teaching methodologies prior to the coronavirus pandemic. With the closures of higher education institutions resulting from lockdown restrictions, IT mediums were used creating a rapid shift from face-to- face learning to e-learning. However, this sudden transition resulted in IT challenges being faced by students to continue education. This study aims to identify the IT challenges faced by students in higher education. There is an endeavor to recommend solutions to facilitate students to continue education, towards positive sustainable progression post pandemic. A systematic literature review by means of a thorough literature search is carried out in this study using published and grey literature sources. Results have identified the following challenges that are discussed in this study: A rapid transition to e-learning from remote locations to continue education; cloud computing; and security challenges.
Key Words: IT, Covid-19, E-learning, Cloud computing, Security
[1]. P. Somani, ―Post Covid-19 Effects on the Future of Students in Higher,‖ International Journal of Social Science And Human Research, pp. 831-834, 2021.
[2]. L. A. Braskamp, ―Developing Global Citizens,‖ Journal of College and Character, pp. 1-5, 2008.
[3]. P. Somani, ―EFFECT OF THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC ON COMMUNICATION,‖ LangLit, pp. 1-14, 2020.
[4]. V. Hans and S. Crasta, ― Digitalization in the 21st Century – Impact on Learning and Doing Things,‖ Journal of Global Economy, vol. 15, no. 1, pp. 12-23, 2019.
[5]. R. Dugger, ―The Vocational Education Act of I963,‖ The bulletin of the National Association of Secondary School Principals, vol. 49 , no. 301, pp. 15-23 , 1965.

 

Paper Title :: Presence and metabolic activity of infectious agents as important clinical factor in gynecological cytology
Author Name :: Maida Hasanović|| Nadira Ibrišimović Mehmedinović || Mirza Ibrišimović
Country :: Bosnia and Herzegovina
Page Number :: 07-13
Gynecological cytology, which involves microsopic observation of a cervical sample, is the gold standard in screening of cervical cancer even todayand commonly known as the Pap smear. Regular screening for human papilloma virus (HPV) in postitive Pap smears improved understanding of relationship between HPV and cervical cancer, however, not much attention is given to the other infectious agents such as Gardnerella vaginalis, Trichomonas vaginalis, yeasts and mixed vaginal bacterial flora. In this study, we investigated the relationship between these infectious agents and morphological changes of the cervical cells as well as amount of released microbial metabolic products and their possible role in the development of cervical cancer.
Key Words: Aspartyl proteinase, cervical cancer, infectious agents, Pap smear
[1]. R. Nayar, D.C: Wilbur, The Bethesda System for Reporting Cervical Cytology. (3rd ed. Springer International Publishing Switzerland; 2015.)
[2]. Kumar V, Abbas AK, Aster JC., Robbins Basic Pathology. (10th ed. Elsevier Inc.; 2018.)
[3]. Hacker NF, Gambone JC, Hobel CJ. Hacker & Moore’s Essentials of Obstetrics and Gynecology. (6th ed. Vol. 303. Elsevier Inc.; 2010.)
[4]. Ross MH, Wojciech Pawlina. Histology: A Text and Atlas: With Correlated Cell and Molecular Biology. (8th ed.. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins)
[5]. Agur AMR, Dalley AF, Moore KL. Moore’s essential clinical anatomy. (6th ed. Vol. 53,Wolters Kluwer; 2018.)

 

Paper Title :: Phygital & Digital Twin: The Relationship between Project Management and Asset Management
Author Name :: Eng. Matteo Lucarelli
Country :: Italy
Page Number :: 14-16
The current world of construction requires many and different skills so that the project manager is able not to solve the detailed problems but to direct the right information, at the right time and to the right person. This approach is close to the concept of Integrated Project Delivery or the collaboration between all stakeholders so that the set goal is reached in the right time, at the right cost and with the quality required by the customer.
The optimization of the construction process is exclusively due to the advent and application of the BIM methodology, Building Information Model Modeling and Management. This methodology allows to become aware of the project not only from the geometric point of view but also from the point of view of the information inserted in the elements. The classification of the information allows you to perform cost estimation and control of payments from suppliers. To confirm this, the SWOT and PESTEL analyzes are very useful for understanding the true value of applying BIM to Project Management.
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

 

 

 


Copyright © 2015 IJLRET. All Right Reseverd Home   Editorial Board   Current Issue   Contact Us