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i-Manager's Journal on Management ; 16(3):29-36, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-2056929

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Cashless transactions are common in business sectors and in cities to a large extent. But after the announcement of the demonetization of all Rs. 500 and Rs. 1,000 banknotes on November 8, 2016 by the Government of India, all the sectors to the maximum extent adopted cashless transactions. SHGs too have adopted this culture by installing mobile apps on their smart phones. During 2015-16, NABARD, through its project Eshakti digitisation of SHGs, has made an attempt to update the SHG bookkeeping on a real time basis to bring transparency and credibility. The project EShakti had the advantage of addressing the problem of book keeping through available technology, knowing the credit history of SHG members, generating grades for SHGs based on their financial and non-financial records and making them available to all important stakeholders. The stakeholders, namely bankers can now take informed decisions on extending credit linkages on the basis of reports generated through EShakti. In this paper, an attempt is made to study the adoption of cashless transactions in SHGs in the Konaseema region.

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Wireless Communications & Mobile Computing (Online) ; 2022, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-2053444

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A contactless system became necessary for smart mobility during the COVID-19 pandemic. There are many touchpoints in private and public areas where contact is essential, such as intelligent transportation systems for vaccine carriers, patient ambulances, elevators, metros, buses, hospitals, and banks. A secured contactless device reduces the chances of COVID-19 infection spread. Several devices use smart cards, fingerprint identification, or code-based access. Most of these devices require some form of touch. The cost of such devices varies, depending on their capability and intended use. Sensors developed by using artificial intelligence (AI) to provide secured access are an emerging area. This paper presents an AI-powered contactless face recognition system. The solution has the Internet of Things (IoT) enabled access system. To identify a person, it uses AI assistance for face recognition with the help of Python Dlib’s facial recognition network. Dlib offers a wide range of functionality across several machine learning sectors and is open-source. The Arduino Uno (ATmega328P) and STK500 protocol has been used for communication to testify and validate the performance of the proposed technique. The objective is to detect and recognize faces by the proposed contactless approach. The obtained result shows 92% accuracy, 94% sensitivity, 96% precision and FRR 6% for face detection. There is a significant improvement in FRR in our work compared to the published 27.27%. The implemented solution in this paper provides accurate and secure contactless access to conventional, readily available techniques in public health safety.

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IOP Conference Series. Earth and Environmental Science ; 1094(1):012010, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-2051203

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Power consumption was considered one of the major expenses in households and small offices in the COVID pandemic situation. The proposed method employs virtual augmented technology and the Internet of Things (IoT) to provide a visual solution for monitoring the power consumption of electrical equipment. The IoT sensors are linked via mobile phones or portable communication devices. For the proposed work, the energy sensor devices are installed on the 4 single-phase electrical devices in the office room equipment. That equipment’s electrical consumption was saved, processed through the ESP8266 board, and then transmitted through WiFi to collect data on the cloud server. The saved electrical energy data in the dashboard can be displayed as a visual comparison with AR technology by using the mobile phone camera to scan the marker of each electrical device. The experimental results show that the value of electrical energy is accurate, and the data values can be used to manage the power consumption of electrical equipment.

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Theory and Practice in Language Studies ; 12(9):1838-1847, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-2040516

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-Reading through mobile phones is increasingly popularized worldwide, particularly among young adults. However, few researchers investigate EFL learners' attitudes towards smartphone-based reading. The present research conducted a questionnaire survey to explore EFL learners' perceptions and beliefs by integrating the reading attitude model with the technology acceptance model UTAUT2. One hundred ninety-two participants responded to the questionnaire. The statistical data analysis, including t-tests and analysis of variance (ANOVA), indicated that Chinese EFL learners were generally positive in smartphone-based reading. Although they did not show keen feelings about it or form a habit of using the smartphone for EFL reading, they could perceive its usefulness and ease of use and positively believed in its future use in EFL reading. Additionally, gender differences did not impact EFL learners' overall attitudes. Still, participants' interest in English and experiences in mobile reading did suggest positive influences on their attitudes towards reading through the phone. Finally, the implications of the results and pedagogical practice of smartphone use in EFL reading are discussed.

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International Journal of Education and Development using Information and Communication Technology ; 18(2):231-244, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-2034055

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Given the flexibility and ubiquity brought about by mobile learning (m-learning), many learning institutions have adopted m-learning to ensure efficiency and effectiveness in teaching and learning. Catalysed by COVID-19 protocols such as social distancing and lockdowns, m-learning is gaining a lot of ground in Africa. As a result, several m-learning deployment models and strategies have emerged. Although many studies have been conducted in this domain, there are still no global models and best practices that guide implementation of m-learning especially in resource-constrained contexts. This study employs a systematic review and interpretive approach to collate the key body of knowledge in m-learning design and implementation over the past 10 years in sub-Saharan African (SSA) countries. Comparison with m-learning practice in the developed world, as a barometer to ascertain the advancement of m-learning practice in the developing world, with a particular focus on sub-Saharan Africa was also undertaken. The results show that m-learning research is predominantly undertaken in South Africa and Nigeria with only a few other countries engaging in such research. However, most of the studies were not grounded on solid theoretical frameworks and empirical findings. Moreover, this study found that the Technology Acceptance Model is the most used theoretical framework. Most studies on m-learning have relied on surveys as the most preferred data collection tool. These findings contribute towards knowledge creation at levels of theory and practice by highlighting the extant knowledge, and gaps that could inform future m-learning research.

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Telehealth and Medicine Today ; 7(1), 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-2026489

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Importance: This very large claims data analysis documents widespread adoption of telehealth use by patients with diabetes during the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic, giving us insight into the potential role of telehealth as we enter a stage of “new normal” of healthcare delivery in the U.S. Objective: The COVID-19 Telehealth Impact Study was designed to describe the natural experiment of telehealth adoption during the pandemic. This focused analysis can assist program development for care of large populations of patients with diabetes. Design, Setting, Participants: In March 2020, the MITRE Corporation and Mayo Clinic founded the COVID-19 Healthcare Coalition (C19HCC) and Telehealth Impact Study to respond to the pandemic. We report trends using a data set of over 2 billion healthcare claims covering over 50% of private insurance activity in the U.S. (January 2019-March 2021). Main Outcomes and Measures: We compared rates of telehealth use in the one-year pre and one-year post onset of the COVID-19 pandemic among a population of 8,339,633 patients with diabetes. Results: Compared to a baseline of very low telehealth use in 2019, there was rapid adoption of telehealth by patients with diabetes in Spring 2020. 27% of diabetics used telehealth in Q2 2020 and use rates declined in the ensuing months to approximately 13%. Diabetics and their providers used telehealth to address a wide variety of health problems. 77% of telehealth visits addressed diabetes, 53% hypertension and over 40% of visits addressed mental and behavioral health diagnoses. Audio-only (telephone visits) accounted for a substantial portion of telehealth encounters (10.0- 16.3%) and will be an important consideration for future telehealth planning. Over the course of the first 12 months of the pandemic, 98% diabetics who used telehealth used 4 or fewer telehealth visit. Conclusions and Relevance: We believe that telehealth will quickly become a best practice for routine care of patients with diabetes and other chronic conditions. Telehealth interactions 2-4 times per year supplemented with remote monitoring for glucose, blood pressure and weight have the potential to greatly enhance patient care. Further research will be needed to measure the telehealth impact on glycemic control, patient satisfaction and other outcomes. We encourage CMS and other payers to embrace and promote use of telehealth based on this real-world experience of patients and providers during the pandemic.

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Telehealth and Medicine Today ; 6(2), 2021.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-2026470

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Background: Telemedicine is a fast-emerging health sector in India. While nurses play an important role in delivering healthcare services through telemedicine, little is known about whether nursing interns are prepared adequately. Aim: To evaluate nursing interns’ perceptions of telenursing and to find out their opinion on whether telenursing should be added to the curriculum. Methods: This was a cross-sectional descriptive survey carried out among conveniently selected nursing interns (N = 183) from renowned colleges in Bangalore, South India. The data were collected using a self-reported questionnaire. Results: In this study, a majority of the participants had smartphones (74.8%), were accessible to the internet (96.7%), and were using the internet for more than 3 h/day (73.3%). While a majority (65.6%) of the participants were able to correctly identify the definition of telenursing, only 33.9% of them rightly answered the definition of telemedicine. Most of the participants indicated that the inclusion of telenursing in undergraduate studies would be useful for future healthcare workers (92.4%), and telenursing can be practiced in all the medical specialties. Conclusion: The majority of the nursing interns hold positive perceptions of telenursing and acknowledge its usefulness in nursing practice. However, their knowledge of telenursing is limited. Hence, the findings strongly suggest the need to introduce concepts of telenursing in curricula to prepare future healthcare providers to be able to provide safe and competent care in a highly technical and digital environment.

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Sustainability ; 14(16):10135, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-2024138

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The changes that universities must face nowadays, especially the need for sustainable development, imply the continuous readjustment of their performance in attracting more prospective students. For the improvement of digital assets in the enrolment process, much attention has been gained, and this has become the starting point for presenting the educational offers of European universities. The concern about attracting candidates more efficiently and with long-term positive effects by using the online environment has led authors to conduct a study on the management of page loading speeds to identify the best practices in communication in post-secondary settings. In this research, a data analysis was performed with Google PSI, which measured academic sites’ page loading times, and the QS 2021 ranking for European universities in order to identify the issues that universities must take care of to increase their digital performance, improve candidates’ experiences, and achieve sustainable development.

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Security and Communication Networks ; 2022, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-2020514

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Remote surveillance is an effective method in restraining the spread of infectious diseases via monitoring crowds in affected areas. However, the monitoring targets in existing works are crowds, leading to high system cost, and most of them focus on finding close contacts, less considering the privacy protection and suspected treatment issues. To conquer above problems, this paper develops a new remote surveillance system for infectious diseases, which contains the following major contributions: (1) the monitoring targets are the ordinary contacts not all crowds, effectively decreasing the system cost;(2) establish the joint-control mechanism among contacts, health center, and the hospital to facilitate the prediagnosis and in-time treatment for suspected patients;(3) to avoid the privacy leakage of contacts, a double encryption strategy is designed to protect the location information, and a separating database-storage mechanism is used to improve the contact’s data security on the whole. Theoretical security analysis showed that the proposed system and privacy protection methods can effectively fight transmission attacks and avoid privacy leakage during data usage. Based on the created COVID-19 dataset, the simulation experiments were carried out to evaluate the effectiveness and feasibility of the proposed system, on the metrics of the accuracy of prediagnosis, encryption, and decryption time for health and location data. In summary, this work provides a promising way of low-cost remote surveillance system without privacy leakage to control the spreading of infectious disease.

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BMJ Open ; 12(9), 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-2020036

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IntroductionColorectal cancer (CRC) is the second most common cancer in Malaysia and cases are often detected late. Improving screening uptake is key in down-staging cancer and improving patient outcomes. The aim of this study is to develop, implement and evaluate an intervention to improve CRC screening uptake in Malaysia in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. The evaluation will include ascertaining the budgetary impact of implementing and delivering the intervention.Methods and analysisThe implementation research logic model guided the development of the study and implementation outcome measures were informed by the 'Reach, Effectiveness, Adoption, Implementation and Maintenance' (RE-AIM) framework. This CRC screening intervention for Malaysia uses home-testing and digital, small media, communication to improve CRC screening uptake. A sample of 780 people aged 50–75 years living in Segamat district, Malaysia, will be selected randomly from the South East Asia Community Observatory (SEACO) database. Participants will receive a screening pack as well as a WhatsApp video of a local doctor to undertake a stool test safely and to send a photo of the test result to a confidential mobile number. SEACO staff will inform participants of their result. Quantitative data about follow-up clinic attendance, subsequent hospital tests and outcomes will be collected. Logistic regression will be used to investigate variables that influence screening completion and we will conduct a budget impact-analysis of the intervention and its implementation. Qualitative data about intervention implementation from the perspective of participants and stakeholders will be analysed thematically.Ethics and disseminationEthics approval has been granted by Monash University Human Research Ethics Committee (MUHREC ID: 29107) and the Medical Review and Ethics Committee (Reference: 21-02045-O7G(2)). Results will be disseminated through publications, conferences and community engagement activities.Trial registration numberNational Medical Research Register Malaysia: 21-02045-O7G(2).

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Archives of Disease in Childhood ; 107(Suppl 2):A330-A331, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-2019892

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AimsCOVID-19 is one of the most devastating pandemics faced by humans during the 21st century. In compliance with the global effort to control and prevent COVID -19, most schools in Sri Lanka remained closed for approximately one year. Remote learning was introduced as an alternative to school-based education;however, the facilities for remote learning were not be available to many children. The aim of the current study was to assess the impact of extended school closure on the education and health of schooling children in four selected provinces in Sri Lanka.MethodsThis prospective multi-provincial observational cross- sectional study was conducted among children living in Western, Southern, Northern and Eastern provinces of Sri Lanka. All children who were between the ages of 8 and 14 years and who had been schooling on regular basis before extended school closure were recruited by randomised sampling. Required sample size for the study was 608 (Power- 0.8, Significance- p<0.05). All data were collected using a pre-tested structured data collection sheet by trained medical graduates. Data were analysed in SPSS 17.0.ResultsOut of 609 children (Western – 168, Northern – 168, Eastern – 169, Southern – 104), 315 were female children (51.72%). The majority of mothers (532, 87.3%) and fathers (551, 90.5%) had received education at least up to secondary school. Only 519 children (85.2%) were participating in school based virtual education due to either unavailability of internet devices or access. The majority of those children at home received help from the mothers (321, 61.8%). Children attended lessons using mobile phones (389, 63.9%), laptops (243, 39.9%), desktop computers (14, 2.3%), tablets (47, 7.7%) and television (34, 5.6%). Wi-fi access was available to only 257 children (42.2%) and others used mobile data. The majority of parents (419, 68.8%) reported that online education was not cost effective compared to onsite education and the majority of parents in all 4 provinces disagreed with fact that their children gained enough knowledge with virtual education. Reported benefits of virtual education were better time management (362,59.4%), increased interest in virtual education (309,50.7%), and improved virtual communication skills (366,60.1%). Reported negative effects included more sedentary life style (294,48.3%), increased weight gain (340,55.8%), increased screen-time (448,73.6%), missing school friends (279,45.8%) and frustration in children (225,36.9%). Physical symptoms that were more commonly seen during the period of virtual education were headache (225,36.9%) and abdominal pain (101,16.6%). Eleven were exposed to home violence and two children were exposed to sexual abuse during the period of prolonged home stay.ConclusionVirtual education was not cost-effective compared onsite education for the majority of parents. Further, children were deprived of education due to unavailability of internet devices and access. The perceived negative effects were sedentary life style, increased weight gain, increased screen-time, missing school friends and frustration in children. The perceived positive effects were better time management, increased interest in virtual education, improved virtual communication skills.

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1st International Conference on Computational Intelligence and Sustainable Engineering Solution, CISES 2022 ; : 433-439, 2022.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-2018634

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In the last decade, mobile phones have quickly evolved from being a tool of communication to a key agent of social development because of its widespread reach in urban as well as rural areas, especially in the under-served communities. The underserved communities refer to populations which are disadvantaged because of their lack of ability to access care, ability to pay, ability to access comprehensive healthcare, or other disparities for reasons of race, caste, religion, gender, language group or social or economic status. Mobile phone-based information and communication technologies (ICTs) have proven to be significantly beneficial for this section of society and communities - those living in remote and media-dark areas, people who have mostly remained deprived of critical health-related information - by spreading awareness, facilitating interaction and engagement, which in turn leads to adapting of healthy practices, and strengthening a health-seeking behaviour among the target communities. The secondary effect of this change is clearly reflected in economic and social development as well as health indicators of these families. This paper evaluates the efficacy of the mobile phone-based intervention in spreading awareness about maternal and child health, during the time of COVID-19 pandemic, at a time when physical outreach by health workers to contact pregnant women and lactating mothers was significantly hindered due to restrictions in movement and face to face meetings. The digital media outreach mechanisms aided by ICTs proved to be a strong alternative in this scenario, which can be demonstrated by the wide uptake of this service among the target communities. © 2022 IEEE.

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Science Scope ; 44(5):10-15, 2021.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-2011047

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According to Quinn and Polikoff (2017), "summer slide" is a phenomenon in which students' academic skills regress over the summer. To assist students who do not have internet connectivity during extended breaks, the authors created STEM kits in which educational materials and directions are placed in a bag and provided to students who would be most at risk of falling behind academically. Because these activities were aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS;NGSS Lead States 2013) and the Common Core State Standards (CCSS-M;NGAC and CCSSO 2010), the STEM kits helped students to continue their academic progress through hands-on activities. In these cases, teachers can have materials available, and students can help package them before leaving for break. [...]the STEM kits can also be used to complement instruction in an online or hybrid format. [...]the authors encouraged students to use their cell phones to create a short video or share

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SciDev.net ; 2021.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1998438

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Speed read Foundational years of schooling vital for overall development Lack of digital infrastructure impedes remote learning Children’s education a priority for most parents in the region A “generational catastrophe” looms as governments prioritise opening of malls over schools, resulting in huge learning losses with some 117 million children globally still affected by full school closures due to COVID-19 lockdowns, according to the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). Lost formative years Children have missed the hands-on experience of learning and face-to-face engagement with teachers. Since the onset of the pandemic, schools have been completely closed for an average of 16 weeks in the Asia Pacific region comprising 47 countries. If partial closures by locality or educational level are factored in, the average duration of closures represents 29 weeks across the regions, according to the latest data from UNESCO’s HQ’s Global monitoring of school closures. A UNESCO study shows that over 100 million children will fall below the minimum proficiency level in reading due to the impact of COVID-19 school closures.

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International Journal of Retail & Distribution Management ; 50(8/9):962-980, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1992497

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Purpose>This paper aims at shedding light on the competing extrinsic motivations behind the mobile shopping process of regular and occasional shoppers. Price and convenience, shopping security, order delivery and post-sale service are investigated as antecedents of the mobile shopping attitude-intention path.Design/methodology/approach>The empirical analysis is based on a multigroup structural equation model (SEM) developed on 903 online questionnaires collected among Chinese shoppers in a pre-Covid-19 pandemic retailing context.Findings>Findings evidence contrary motivations behind the attitude – intention to shop using a mobile retail app of regular and occasional shoppers. While all the investigated aspects result to be positively relevant for regular m-shoppers, shopping security and post-sale service do not impact the attitude – intention path of occasional mobile shoppers. Results support retailers’ strategies in the context of mobile shopping growth.Originality/value>The paper contributes to the emerging retailing literature on mobile shopping by offering a comparison of the motivations behind the mobile shopping intention of regular and occasional shoppers. Extrinsic motivations before, during and after the transaction are jointly investigated in the study.

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Behaviour and Information Technology ; 2022.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-1972771

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The phenomenon of problematic mobile phone use has become increasingly common among adolescents during the lockdowns mandated by the COVID-19 pandemic. However, research is still scarce on the impact of such use on delinquent cyberspace conduct (i.e. cyberbullying). This study applies the theoretical framework of general strain theory to examine how problematic mobile phone use affects the perpetration of cyberbullying. The results of this empirical examination of longitudinal survey data obtained from 2,161 adolescents in South Korea reveal that problematic mobile phone use is positively associated with engagement in cyberbullying. It is a type of strain that induces negative emotional states and results in the perpetration of cyberbullying. Furthermore, this study investigates the moderating roles of both traditional bullying experiences (i.e. traditional bullying and victimisation) in the association between problematic mobile phone use and the perpetration of cyberbullying. We found traditional bullying perpetration positively moderates the effects of problematic mobile phone use on cyberbullying. On the other hand, we found the moderating effect of traditional bullying victimisation of adolescents was insignificant. © 2022 Informa UK Limited, trading as Taylor & Francis Group.

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3rd International Conference on Control, Instrumentation and Mechatronics Engineering, CIM 2022 ; 921 LNEE:213-226, 2022.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-1971639

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Online food delivery is the latest trend to hit the world. This trend has increased rapidly in recent years as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, which struck at once changing the country’s economic landscape. Therefore, motorcycles and mobile phones with high data access and battery storage capacity are used mainly involving identifying the place of delivery. Due to the widespread and frequent use of cellular phones in tracking the position of food delivery then causing the cellular phone battery storage will be depleted and require recharging the phone which involves a long time. This in turn will cause delays in the food delivery procedure. The development of a Thermoelectric Generator system using the Internet of Things (IoT) for energy harvesting is very important. Given that the development method is based on the differential temperature on the exhaust chamber of the motorcycle and heatsink to solve the problem of charging a cellular phone on a motorcycle. The process of developing this system requires control over the voltage capacity as well as the ability to monitor it online through the Internet of Things system. The development of this system revealed that large temperature difference rates produce high electrical voltages to 10 V with power rates up to 206 mW. It also shows that the quantity of TEG will affect the rate of voltage increase and the value of power produced in direct proportion as the quantity of TEG increases. In conclusion, the benefits of temperature changes will generate reusable energy for daily use. © 2022, The Author(s), under exclusive license to Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd.

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Taiwan Gong Gong Wei Sheng Za Zhi ; 41(3):276-285, 2022.
Article in Chinese | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1964513

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The Covid-19 pandemic has affected lifestyles and health worldwide, forcing countries to adopt different levels of epidemic prevention. In addition to restricting outdoor activities, some governments have suspended in-person classes, switching to online learning. Multiple scholars have conducted studies confirming that the prevalence of myopia among school children has worsened due to the implementation of pandemic restrictions. Since May 2020, the Taiwanese government has suspended all in-person classes, club activities, after-school tutoring, and parenting classes at schools, further escalating health experts' concerns about myopia. A literature review suggests that since the beginning of the pandemic, the prevalence of myopia increased considerably among school children, as they spent less than 1 hour in outdoor activities and at least 1 hour in online classes per day, often relying on mobile phones to complete coursework. Children also spent substantially more time engaged in close visual work and other screenrelated activities. During the pandemic, annual growth of diopter and axial length in school children were approximately >0.5-0.98 D and >0.2 mm, respectively. However, neither foreign nor domestic studies have proposed specific strategies for myopia prevention in the postpandemic era. Therefore, based on the literature review, this study proposes the following solutions: (1) strengthen life skills of children and parents in limiting close visual work;(2) assist teachers in adapting curriculum for online learning;(3) implement guidelines for the use and management of 3C products;and (4) introduce technological monitoring and tracking products. These 4 responses may prevent eyesight deterioration in school children due to pandemic restrictions. (Taiwan J Public Health. 2022;41(3):276-285)

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Webology ; 19(2):9492-9499, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1958319

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Aim of this study to examine the mediating role of network service between perceived quality, retailer service and customer satisfaction during COVID-19. Primary data gathered through adopted questionnaire from previous studies and 200 university students were asked to fill online questionnaire during COVID-19 situation in country. Structural Equation Modelling technique applied in order to test the proposed hypothesis generated from existing literature review. Findings revealed full mediation effect of network service for both perceived quality and retailer service on customer satisfaction during COVID-19. New insights of this study are key role of network services is identified and university students' satisfaction is measured for online classes in developing country, Pakistan. In future serial mediation is suggested for validity of existing results in developed and developing countries.

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Webology ; 19(2):3029-3046, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1958078

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This study aimed to analyze the company performance on stock return in Telecommunication Companies of Indonesia from 2012 until 2020. The company performance consists of profitability ratio as proxied by return on equity, liquidity ratio as proxied by current ratio, solvency ratio as proxied by debt to equity, activity ratio as proxied by total asset turn over, and market ratio proxied by price book value. Data were collected from the Indonesia Stock Exchange website and each related company's website. This study was conducted by a quantitative study using unbalanced panel data regression analysis. This study analyzed a new balanced panel data of 104 firm-year observations from 12 Telecommunication Companies of Indonesia. The results show that profitability ratio, liquidity ratio, solvency ratio, and activity ratio failed to affect stock returns significantly. Meanwhile, the market ratio has a significant positive effect on stock return. This study can be used as an investment guide for both individual and corporate investors. The study contains the most important fundamental analysis related to the company's financial performance, based on the company's price book value.

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