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International Journal of Education and Development using ICT

Oct 30, 2007 Volume 3, Number 3


Stewart Marshall; Wal Taylor

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Number of articles: 11

  1. Teaching history using a Virtual Reality Modelling Language model of Erechtheum

    Demetra Eggarxou, Research Academic Computer Technology Institute, Greece; Sarantos Psycharis, University of the Aegean, Greece

    The aim of this paper is to present a VRML exploration of the Erechtheum in Athens. It addresses the 4th grade students and it constitutes a teaching approach trough the use of various... More

  2. Can internet in tertiary education in Africa contribute to social and economic development?

    Anna Bon, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

    Poor internet connectivity is one of the serious underlying causes of the digital divide between developing and industrialized countries, and is hampering the transition to the global information... More

  3. Improving production and accessibility of agricultural information through capacity-building, networking and partnerships in the South Pacific

    Danny Hunter, Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC), Fiji

  4. The status of Omani women in the ICT sector

    Ayman Elnaggar, Sultan Qaboos University, Oman

    Despite the great strides in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) globally and the far-reaching effects of its spread, Women in the Arab Gulf region in general and in Oman in particular... More

    pp. 4-15

  5. E-learning data warehouse maintenance system for collaborative learning availability resources optimization

    Akaichi Jalel, University of Tunis, Tunisia

    In a learning space populated by a great number of e-learning resources, data warehousing maintenance techniques seem to be a guarantee for any time e-learning informational resources availability ... More

    pp. 16-29

  6. Introducing educational computer programmes through evaluation: A case in South African disadvantaged schools

    Johnnie Muwanga-Zake, University of New England, Australia

    I report on benefits from teacher-participant evaluation and mode of introducing educational computer programmes (ECPs) in disadvantaged schools in South Africa. 26 teachers from 23 schools... More

    pp. 30-48

  7. Adoption and usage of ICT in developing countries: Case of Ugandan firms

    Joseph Ssewanyana, Makerere University Business School, Uganda; Michael Busler, Department of Public Relations, Rowan University, USA, United States

    Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is regarded as a driver and enabler of economic development is most countries including Uganda. The study examined the extent of adoption and usage of... More

    pp. 49-59

  8. Construct validation of ICT Indicators Measurement Scale (ICTIMS)

    Yavuz Akbulut, Mehmet Kesim & Ferhan Odabasi, Anadolu University, Turkey

    This study aims to analyze psychometric features of a scale which was developed to measure indicators of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) at an undergraduate institution in Turkey.... More

    pp. 60-77

  9. Researching a participatory design for learning process in an intercultural context

    Gordon Joyes, University of Nottingham, UK, United Kingdom; Zehang Chen, Beijing Normal University, China

    The School of Education, University of Nottingham (UoN), UK and Beiwai:Online, Beijing Foreign Studies University (BFSU) Beijing, China have been engaged on a collaborative project to develop a... More

    pp. 78-88

  10. The Innovative elements in non-formal education of Bangladesh: Perspective of income generating programmes for poverty alleviation

    Md Islam, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh; Ahmadullah Mia, Dhaka Ahsania Mission, Bangladesh

    This paper attempts to explore the innovative elements of non-formal education of Bangladesh in terms of its contribution towards poverty alleviation through income generating programmes. A survey ... More

    pp. 89-104

  11. Effectiveness of video as an instructional medium in teaching rural children agricultural and environmental sciences

    Babalola Isiaka, Lagos State University, Nigeria

    The study was conducted to determine the effectiveness of video in comparison with selected instructional media for teaching primary school pupils Agriculture and Environmental Sciences. It... More

    pp. 105-114