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  • Revolutionizing Linguistics: Navigating Language Teaching and Acquisition in the Digital Age
    Vol. 3 No. 1 (2024)

    The Journal of Knowledge Learning and Science Technology (JKLST) is thrilled to announce its upcoming special issue, Volume 3, Number 1 (Special Issue), set to be published during January - March 2024. This edition is uniquely themed "Revolutionizing Linguistics: Navigating Language Teaching and Acquisition in the Digital Age,” aiming to showcase groundbreaking research and innovative practices in the field of linguistics, language teaching, and acquisition, all within the context of our rapidly evolving digital world. In this era of unprecedented technological growth, the domains of language education and acquisition are witnessing transformative shifts. This special issue of JKLST is dedicated to capturing and disseminating the essence of these shifts, providing valuable insights, innovative teaching methodologies, and significant research contributions that navigate the complex landscape of linguistics in the digital age.

  • Pioneering Approaches in Health And Wellness: Exploring Biomedical Advances and Lifestyle Interventions
    Vol. 2 No. 3 (2023)

    Volume 2, Issue 3 of the Journal of Knowledge Learning and Science Technology (JKLST) is a profound exploration into the realms of health and wellness, showcasing the synergies between biomedical advancements and lifestyle interventions. Under the theme "Pioneering Approaches in Health and Wellness: Exploring Biomedical Advances and Lifestyle Interventions," this issue serves as a platform for disseminating knowledge on innovative health practices, strategic interventions, and groundbreaking biomedical technologies. With a focus on enhancing health outcomes, preventing diseases, and promoting overall well-being, the edition comprises diverse articles ranging from conceptual studies in linguistics to empirical research in biomedical sciences. Topics covered include the intricate relationship between lifestyle choices and personality types, the therapeutic potentials of natural seed extracts, and the challenges and solutions in English language teaching in Vietnam. Through its multidisciplinary approach, the issue contributes significantly to the ongoing dialogue in health and wellness, providing invaluable insights for practitioners, researchers, and policy-makers alike.

  • Innovative Pedagogical Approaches and Technological Integration in Modern Education
    Vol. 2 No. 2 (2023)

    Volume 2, Issue 2 of the Journal of Knowledge Learning and Science Technology, titled "Innovative Pedagogical Approaches and Technological Integration in Modern Education," endeavors to present a comprehensive collection of scholarly articles exploring cutting-edge teaching methodologies and the seamless incorporation of technology in educational settings. This issue aims to spotlight transformative strategies that enhance student engagement, facilitate deeper understanding, and foster a collaborative learning environment. Authors from diverse educational backgrounds and disciplines are invited to contribute their research, case studies, and reviews on topics such as digital tools in the classroom, e-learning strategies, virtual and augmented reality in education, and innovative assessment methods. The issue also welcomes discussions on bridging the digital divide, ensuring equitable access to technology, and preparing educators for the challenges of modern teaching. Through this compilation, the journal aspires to contribute significantly to the discourse on educational innovation, providing valuable insights for educators, policy-makers, and scholars.

  • Interdisciplinary Approaches to Education, Health, and Technology: Perspectives from South Asia and Beyond
    Vol. 2 No. 1 (2023)

    Volume 2, Issue 1 of the Journal of Knowledge Learning and Science Technology, themed “Interdisciplinary Approaches to Education, Health, and Technology: Perspectives from South Asia and Beyond,” presents a diverse array of research articles that traverse various domains, illustrating the synergistic relationship between different academic disciplines. This issue delves into the nuanced impact of biological gender on English language learning, providing insights that could enhance pedagogical practices. It explores the potential health benefits of fucoidan, a marine-derived substance, in reducing blood lipid levels. Comparative studies on ethnic conflicts in South Asia shed light on regional socio-political dynamics, while an article on network security architecture addresses the imperative of robust cybersecurity measures in smart campuses. Women’s perceptions of their rights in the context of antenatal care in Bangladesh are explored, highlighting the intersections of gender and healthcare. The information-seeking behaviors of academic communities are investigated, along with a detailed review of polyphenols in NoLo wines. A case study on technology’s role in open distance learning further exemplifies the journal’s commitment to fostering interdisciplinary dialogue and knowledge dissemination.

  • Innovative Strategies for Sustainable Development and Education
    Vol. 1 No. 1

    Volume 1, Issue 1 of the Journal of Knowledge Learning and Science Technology, themed "Innovative Strategies for Sustainable Development and Education," presents a compilation of insightful articles that traverse various domains, emphasizing sustainability and educational advancements. This issue delves into biological control through the study of parasitoid Bracon hebetor, shedding light on sustainable agricultural practices. It explores the gendered impacts of climate change in Bangladesh, advocating for inclusive environmental security measures. The use of microbial biosensors for contaminant detection in water is thoroughly reviewed, highlighting innovative strategies for ensuring water safety. The issue also features a case study on library automation trends in Bangladeshi academic libraries, demonstrating the integration of technology in educational resources management. A discussion on algae-based biofuel presents a sustainable alternative energy solution, while an exploration of data-driven pedagogy for e-learning emphasizes the role of analytics in enhancing online education. Together, these articles underscore the journal’s commitment to fostering knowledge and innovation for sustainable development and educational progress.