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International Journal of Education and Development using ICT

Jun 12, 2006 Volume 2, Number 2

Editors

Stewart Marshall; Wal Taylor

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 9

  1. Exploring Turkish science education faculties’ understanding of educational technology and use

    Hakan Turkmen,

    This paper reports the results of a survey that determined science education faculty members’ attitude toward computer use. The purpose of this study is to the address the understanding of... More

  2. Long distance design education applied to rural women

    Margaret Perivoliotis-Chryssovergis, Technological Educational Institute of Athens, Greece

    The paper addresses a distance-learning/e-learning proposal applied to unemployed women in remote/rural areas. It is a pilot study focusing on those women who are professionally or occasionally... More

  3. Community radio and emerging information networks

    Ruchika Negi, Social Science Researcher, New Delhi, India

    This article seeks to take a closer look at the workings of five community radio groups operating in the northwestern hills of Uttaranchal in India. Why is there a need for alternative knowledge... More

  4. An information technology enabled Poultry Expert System: Perceptions of veterinarians and veterinary students

    D Thammi Raju & B Sudhakar Rao, Sri Venkateswara Veterinary University, India

    The Poultry Expert System (PES) was developed using Visual Basic 6.0 and MS Access on selected dimensions of poultry farming. It’s efficacy was tested among the practicing Veterinarians and... More

  5. The utilization and integration of ICT tools in promoting English language Teaching and Learning: Reflections from English Option Teachers in Kuala Langat District, Malaysia

    Robinson Samuel, Retired College Lecturer, Malaysia; Zaitun Bakar, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

    The unprecedented advances in interactivity and multimedia capabilities together with a myriad of emerging technologies have enabled the creation of virtual learning environments that could be... More

    pp. 4-14

  6. The CTC@NSW Program: Achievements and ongoing challenges

    Lynne De Weaver & Allan Ellis, Southern Cross University, Australia

    The Australian government funded a variety of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) programs throughout regional Australia through its Networking the Nation (NTN) program. The Community... More

    pp. 15-26

  7. Releasing the pedagogical power of information and communication technology for learners: A case study

    Cecily Knight, Bruce Knight & Daniel Teghe, Central Queensland University, Australia

    There is currently much debate around how best to incorporate Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) into teacher education programs (Karsenti, 2001; Snider, 2002; Bain, 2004). Rapid... More

    pp. 27-34

  8. Jordanian EFL students’ perceptions of their computer literacy

    Ruba Bataineh & Abdallah Baniabdelrahman, Yarmouk University, Irbid, Jordan

    This study investigated 210 Jordanian EFL perceptions of their computer literacy. The findings revealed that the majority of the students reported being fairly proficient to proficient in computer ... More

    pp. 35-50

  9. Trends and Challenges of eLearning in National and International Agricultural Development

    Zane Berge, UMBC, United States; John Leary, Trees for the Future, United States

    Compared to other business and management fields, elearning in agriculture-related fields is still in the early phases of adoption. Early pioneers, primarily American and Australian agribusinesses ... More

    pp. 51-59