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International Journal of Education and Development using ICT

Apr 30, 2015 Volume 11, Number 1


Stewart Marshall; Wal Taylor

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 8

  1. Constructing categories for educational technology professionals

    David Woo, University of Hong Kong, Pokfulam, Hong Kong

    This literature review highlights the tension between cohesiveness and incoherence in operationalizing categories of educational technology professionals. Literature on learning technologists,... More

  2. Information and communication technologies to raise quality of teaching and learning in higher education institutions

    Chris Njoku, University of Nigeria, Enugu State, Nigeria

    This paper aims to help higher education teachers know, and be able to deploy, certain information and communication technologies (ICTs) towards shifting from teacher-centred pedagogy to learner... More

  3. Success factors for ICT implementation in Saudi secondary schools: From the perspective of ICT directors, head teachers, teachers and students

    Sultan Albugami & Vian Ahmed, Salford University, UK, United Kingdom

    The role of Information Communication and Technology (ICT) in education is undisputed globally. However, although Saudi Arabia government has invested heavily in the ICT sector in education, the... More

  4. Community outreach projects as a sustainable way of introducing information technology in developing countries

    Irina Zlotnikova, Botswana International University of Science and Technology, Botswana; Theo van der Weide, Radboud University, Nijmegen, Netherlands

    The paper describes an approach to the sustainable introduction of IT in developing countries based on international collaboration between students taking the form of a knowledge bridge. The... More

  5. Blended learning innovations: Leadership and change in one Australian institution

    Negin Mirriahi, Dennis Alonzo, Simon McIntyre, Giedre Kligyte & Bob Fox, University of New South Wales, Australia

    This paper reports on the current experience of one higher education institution in Australia embarking on the path towards mainstreaming online learning opportunities by providing three... More

  6. MLCMS actual use, perceived use, and experiences of use

    Edgar Asiimwe & ke Grnlund, rebro University

    Mobile learning involves use of mobile devices to participate in learning activities. Most e-learning activities are available to participants through learning systems such as learning content... More

  7. Students’ perception of blended learning environment: A case study of the University of Education, Winneba, Kumasi-Campus, Ghana

    Samuel Gyamfi, University of Education, Winneba, Ghana; Patrick Gyaase, Catholic University College of Ghana, Fiapre, Ghana

    The increasing utilization of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) in addressing various societal needs has catalysed the need to deploy this all important tools in education in... More

  8. Evaluating the implementation of international computing curricular in African universities: A design-reality gap approach

    Salihu Dasuki, Peter Ogedebe, Rislana Kanya, Hauwa Ndume & Julius Makinde, Baze University, Abuja, Nigeria

    Efforts are been made by Universities in developing countries to ensure that it’s graduate are not left behind in the competitive global information society; thus have adopted international... More