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International Journal of Education and Development using ICT

Aug 30, 2017 Volume 13, Number 2


Stewart Marshall; Wal Taylor

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Number of articles: 11

  1. Challenges of introducing e-learning at Botswana University of Agriculture and Natural Resources: Lecturers’ Perspective

    Moakofhi Moakofhi, Oratile Leteane, Tawona Phiri, Thato Pholele & Perncy Sebalatlheng, Botswana University of Agriculture and Natural Resources

    The integration of technology in the education process has immensely improved the acquisition and retention of knowledge. Although e-learning initiatives bring many advantages to the education... More

  2. ICT accessibility and usability to support learning of visually-impaired students in Tanzania

    Innosencia Eligi, Tanzania Library Services Board; Kelefa Mwantimwa, University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

    The main objective of this study was to assess the accessibility and usability of Information and Communication Technology facilities to facilitate learning among visually-impaired students at the ... More

  3. Computational algorithmization: Limitations in problem solving skills in computational sciences majors at University of Oriente

    Antonio Salgado Castillo, General Teaching Hospital; Isabel Alonso Berenguer, Alexander Gorina Sánchez & Tomás Rivero Álvarez, UNIVERSIDAD DE ORIENTE

    This paper analyzes the results of a diagnostic study carried out with second year students of the computational sciences majors at University of Oriente, Cuba, to determine the limitations that... More

  4. A decade of technology enhanced learning at the University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania: Challenges, achievements, and opportunities

    Joel Mtebe, University of Dar es Salaam; Christina Raphael, Dar es Salaam University College of Education(DUCE)

    For a decade past, integration of technology in teaching and learning has been received with both apprehension and skeptism from academics and student majority at the University of Dar es Salaam ... More

  5. Disturbances and contradictions in an online conference

    Tony Carr, University of Cape Town, Norway; Sten Ludvigsen, University of Oslo, Norway

    This article analyses participant experiences and statements about perceived problems in three online conferences to identify tensions and disturbances relating to external factors, conference... More

  6. Personal learning environments: a study among Higher Education student’s designs

    Antonio Bartolomé, University of Barcelona, Catalonia in Spain; Manuel Cebrian-de-la-Serna, Universidad de Malaga, Andalusia, Spain

    Even if we can find several PLE models and proposals based on the use of Web 2.0 resources, the problem of what resources to choose and how to organize them has not yet reached a specific or clear ... More

  7. A model for evaluating e-learning systems quality in higher education in developing countries

    Kennedy Hadullo, Technical University of Mombasa, Kenya; Robert Oboko & Elijah Omwenga, University of Nairobi, Kenya

    The rapid growth of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) has brought about significant changes in the practice of e-learning globally. In recent years, there has been an increasing... More

  8. Implementation of flipped instruction in language classrooms: An alternative way to develop speaking skills of pre-service English language teachers

    Zeynep Çetin Köroğlu, Bayburt University, Turkey; Abdulvahit Çakır, Gazi University, Turkey

    Flipped Instruction is overemphasized in recent years that has a significant impact in language education. In this context, the current research investigates the effects of Flipped Instruction on... More

  9. Influence of selected factors on the implementation of information and communication technology policy in public secondary schools in Naivasha Sub-county, Kenya

    Francis Njoroge, Margaret Ngugi & Joab Kinzi, Laikipia University

    The aim of this study was to examine the influence of selected factors on implementation of Information and Communication Technology in public secondary schools in Naivasha sub-county, Kenya. The... More

  10. Internet access and usage by secondary school students in Morogoro Municipality, Tanzania

    Ronald Tarimo & George Kavishe, Sokoine University of Agriculture, Tanzania

    The purpose of this paper was to report results of a study on the investigation of the Internet access and usage by secondary school students in Morogoro municipality in Tanzania. A simple random... More

  11. Critical discussions on the Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) in India and China

    Sangeeta Trehan, Ansal University, India; Janesh Sanzgiri & Chenxi Li, Open University (OU), UK, United Kingdom; Rongsheng Wang, Tsinghua University, China; Rakesh Joshi, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, India

    Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) have been a relatively recent entrant in the field of online learning, yet with their “massiveness” and “openness” were posited to have the potential to ... More