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Call for papers. Thematic issue on “Online teaching-learning in higher education during COVID-19 pandemic: Empirical evidence and quantitative studies”


The recent pandemic has forced universities to change the way teaching is delivered, with a transfer from on-site to on-line education. This thematic issue aims to collect quantitative studies describing online teaching-learning modes adopted by universities for the teaching-learning process and subsequent semester examinations.

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No 3 (2020): Vol. 32, Number 3

1. Measurement Errors in Survey Data and the Estimation of Poverty and Inequality Indices (D’Alessio G.)

2. An Application of Spatially Adjusted Kolmogorov-smirnov Test in Comparing Heart PET Scans (Zheng W., Lai D., Wang Z., Johnson N.P., Gould K.L.)

3. The Visual Acuity Measurement and its Multiple Testing for Patients Implanted with Intraocular Lenses During the Cataract Surgery (Mita N., Sasaki H., Yamauchi T., Kani K., Tabuchi A., Hara H.)

4. Higher-Order PLS-Path Modeling: A Useful Tool for the Reduction of the Length of the Customer Satisfaction Questionnaire (Cataldo R., Galasso R., Grassia M.R., Marino M.)

Published: 2021-04-01

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