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International Journal of Education and Development using ICT

Mar 20, 2007 Volume 3, Number 1

Editors

Stewart Marshall; Wal Taylor

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 10

  1. Computer-based testing on physical chemistry topic: A case study

    Sorana Bolboacă, Iuliu Hatieganu University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Cluj-Napoca, Romania; Lorentz Jäntschi, Technical University of Cluj-Napoca, Romania

    According with national trends in objective evaluation of undergraduate students’ knowledge, an auto-calibrated online evaluation system was developed. The aim of the research was to assess the... More

  2. Integrating technology into the teaching-learning transaction: Pedagogical and technological perceptions of management faculty

    Payal Mehra, Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow, India; Monika Mital, Jaipuria Institute of Management, Lucknow, India

    Abstract: Despite research and testimony that technology is being used by more faculty, the diffusion of technological innovations for teaching and learning has not been widespread, nor has IT... More

  3. The use of digital materials for instruction in sport topics at the University of West Hungary

    Gyorgy Katona, University of West Hungary

    his article describes research and development work, in the course of which a digital multimedia course book was produced, and its effectiveness examined in regards to teaching sport subjects at... More

  4. Mobile learning for an online coastal zone management module

    Roshan Ramessur, Associate Professor; Mohammad Santally, Lecturer

    A prototype application for an online coastal zone management module has been described that consists of three main components - the web-based interface, the mobile access interface and the... More

  5. Investing in ICTs in educational institutions in developing countries: An evaluation of their impact in Kenya

    Padraig Wims & Mark Lawler, University College Dublin, Ireland

    The incorporation of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) into the educational curriculum has been promoted as a key step in bridging the digital divide. Despite considerable growth in ... More

    pp. 5-22

  6. Exploring the use of computer technology in a Caribbean context: Views of preservice teachers

    Pier Junor Clarke, Georgia State University, USA, United States

    This article presents a qualitative study of five preservice secondary school mathematics (PSSM) teachers in an English-speaking Caribbean context. The major goal of this study was to investigate... More

    pp. 23-38

  7. Revitalizing architectural design studio teaching using ICT: Reflections on practical implementations

    Rabee Reffat, KFUPM, Saudi Arabia

    The advancements in ICT are reshaping the architectural design studio teaching and design practices. The digital-imperative to switch from analogue to digital mode has already begun to manifest... More

    pp. 39-53

  8. Students’ perceptions of prehospital web-based examinations

    Brett Williams, Monash University, Victoria, Australia

    This study examined the attitudes of prehospital undergraduate students undertaking a web-based examination (WBE) as an adjunct to the traditional paper-based examination (PBE). Following the... More

    pp. 54-63

  9. Policy networks and the transformation of secondary eucation through ICTs in Africa: The prospects and challenges of the NEPAD e-Schools initiative

    Chijioke Evoh, New School University, USA, United States

    Using the policy network theoretical framework, this paper examines the prospects and challenges of the New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD) e-schools initiative. The secondary... More

    pp. 64-84

  10. Awareness, access and usage of information and communication technologies between female researchers and extensionists

    E Adebayo, Federal University of Technology, Akure , Nigeria; Olufemi Adesope, Department of Agricultural Economics and Extension, University of PortHarcourt,, Nigeria

    Information and communications technology (ICT) has become a very important feature in the Nigerian agricultural sector in contemporary times. Even though it is still a new concept, an increasing... More

    pp. 85-93