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International Journal of Education and Development using ICT

Jun 13, 2007 Volume 3, Number 2


Stewart Marshall; Wal Taylor

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Number of articles: 11

  1. Engagement Theory, WebCT, and academic writing in Australia

    Simone Marshall, University of Sydney, Australia

    The development of Engagement Theory for technology-based teaching and learning provides guidelines specifically for Information and Communication Technology (ICT). This article is drawn from a... More

  2. A sustainable model for use of ICTs in rural Pakistan

    Kashif Sattar, University of Arid Agriculture Rawalpindi, Pakistan

    The major part of Pakistan is comprised of rural areas, which are underdeveloped and lack facilities as compared to their urban counterparts. The main reasons for this underdevelopment are; low... More

  3. Challenges and opportunities in ICT educational development: A Ugandan case study

    Ryan Wells, The University of Iowa; Susan Wells, Iowa City Community School District

    This case study examines an organization which is partnering to provide ICT solutions for secondary schools in Uganda. Based on interviews and observation, we identify nine key transitions in this ... More

  4. E-governance in India: Dream or reality

    Mrinalini Shah, NMIMS University

    India is moving towards achieving e-governance. E-governance can be attained in four steps: Information or cataloguing, Transaction, Integration both vertical & horizontal. India has already... More

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  6. Effect of personal characteristics of extension managers and supervisors on information technology needs in the Niger Delta area of Nigeria

    Olufemi Adesope, University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria; CC Asiabaka, Federal University of Technology Owerri, Nigeria; AC Agumagu, University of Portharcourt, Nigeria

    This paper examines the effect of personal characteristics of Extension managers and supervisors on their information technology needs in the Niger delta area of Nigeria. Data collection was with... More

    pp. 4-15

  7. Millennial teachers: Student teachers as users of information and communication technologies

    Mary Allan, University of Canterbury, New Zealand

    Based on Brown and Duguid (1991) notion of interrelatedness of learning and work practices in which learners acquire “embodied ability to behave” in a certain manner, the paper argues that personal... More

    pp. 16-29

  8. Academic computing at Malaysian colleges

    Shamsul Mokhtar, Rose Alias & Azizah Abdul Rahman, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia

    The paper describes the state of academic computing based on a survey participated by 62 Malaysian colleges. The questionnaire used in the survey was based on the academic computing assessment... More

    pp. 30-56

  9. New technologies for teaching and learning: Challenges for higher learning institutions in developing countries

    Alfred Sife, Edda Lwoga & Camilius Sanga, Sokoine National Library of Agriculture, Tanzania

    The application of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) is already changing the organization and delivery of higher education. The pedagogical and socio-economic forces that have... More

    pp. 57-67

  10. Problems of policy formulation and implementation: The case of ICT use in rural women’s empowerment in Ghana

    Olivia Kwapong, University of Ghana, Ghana

    This paper sheds some light on the logic of designing a disaggregated ICT policy to empower rural women using information from selected rural areas in Ghana. The study uses survey data from three... More

    pp. 68-88

  11. Study of diffusion and adoption of sustainable agricultural practice (Male Annihilation Technique)

    Zaheeruddin Mirani, Sindh Agriculture University, Tandojam, Pakistan

    NIA (Nuclear Institute of Agriculture) with the collaboration of IAEA (International Atomic Energy Agency) has introduced “Male Annihilation Technique” (MAT) to control the fruit fly. MAT is... More

    pp. 89-99