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International Journal of Education and Development using ICT

Jul 25, 2010 Volume 6, Number 2


Stewart Marshall; Wal Taylor

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Number of articles: 10

  1. Closing the digital gap in Cameroonian secondary schools through the CIAC project

    Julius Nganji, University of Hull, UK, United Kingdom; Roland Kwemain & Calisus Taku, ADCOME, Cameroon

    Although with the overwhelming impact of new technologies globally, numerous factors still account for the setbacks in bridging the digital divide in developing nations. Cameroon has for several... More

  2. Beyond preservation: New directions for technological innovation through intangible cultural heritage

    Christopher Robbins, Rhode Island School of Design

    While many digitization projects are currently underway, to help preserve Indigenous traditions, few explore the full potential of the development of digital media and networked technology through ... More

  3. Proposing a web-based tutorial system to teach Malay language braille code to the sighted

    Lay Lee & Kok Foo, Universiti Sains Malaysia

    The e-KodBrailleBM Tutorial System is a web-based tutorial system which is specially designed to teach, facilitate and support the learning of Malay Language Braille Code to individuals who are... More

  4. Malaysian Education Index (MEI): An online indexing and repository system

    Muhammad Kabilan, Hairul Ismail, Rohizani Yaakub, Najeemah Yusof & Sharifah Syed Idros, School of Educational Studies, Universiti Sains Malaysia; Irfan Umar, Center for Instructional Technology and Multimedia, Universiti Sains Malaysia; Muhammad Mohd. Arshad & Rosnah Idrus, School of Computer Science, Universiti Sains Malaysia; Habsah Abdul Rahman, Hamzah Sendut Library, Universiti Sains Malaysia

    This ‘Project Sheet’ describes an on-going project that is being carried out by a group of educational researchers, computer science researchers and librarians from Universiti Sains Malaysia,... More

  5. Supporting Smart School Teachers’ Continuing Professional Development in and through ICT: A model for change

    Thang Ming, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Malaysia; Carol Hall, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom; Hazita Azman, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Malaysia; Gordon Joyes, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom

    The general assumption that once the hardware is introduced in schools, ICT integration will automatically follow is not necessary true. Teachers need to be supported and factors responsible for... More

    pp. 5-20

  6. An empirical survey on domestication of ICT in schools in disadvantaged communities in South Africa

    Agnes Chigona, Wallace Chigona, Moses Kausa & Patrick Kayongo, University of Cape Town, South Africa

    The potential of Information Communication Technologies (ICT) to enhance curriculum delivery can only be realised when the technologies have been well-appropriated in the school. This belief has... More

    pp. 21-32

  7. Measuring levels of end-users' acceptance and use of hybrid library services

    Prisca Tibenderana, Kampala International University, Uganda; Patrick Ogao, J Ikoja-Odongo & James Wokadala, Makerere University, Uganda

    This study concerns the adoption of Information Communication Technology (ICT) services in libraries. The study collected 445 usable data from university library end-users using a cross-sectional... More

    pp. 33-54

  8. Self-concept, computer anxiety, gender and attitude towards interactive computer technologies: A predictive study among Nigerian teachers

    Alaba Agbatogun, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom

    Interactive Computer Technologies (ICT) have crept into education industry, thus dramatically causing a tremor of transformation as it is continually integrated into the instructional process. This... More

    pp. 55-68

  9. Rethinking and restructuring an assessment system via effective deployment of technology

    Charity Okonkwo, National Open University of Nigeria, Nigeria

    Every instructional process involves a strategic assessment system for a complete teaching – learning circle. Assessment system which is seriously challenged calls for a change in the approach. The... More

    pp. 69-83

  10. From digital divide to digital equity: Learners’ ICT competence in four primary schools in Cape Town, South Africa

    Greta Gudmundsdottir, Institute for Educational Research, University of Oslo, Norway

    This study explores factors influencing the digital divide in four schools in Cape Town, South Africa. Three of the schools are for disadvantaged learners whereas the fourth was previously for... More

    pp. 84-105