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International Journal of Education and Development using ICT

Apr 30, 2012 Volume 8, Number 1

Editors

Stewart Marshall; Wal Taylor

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 9

  1. Computer model analysis of the performance of ICT in Nigerian universities

    Gabriel Iwasokun, Kayode Alese & Aderonke Thompson, Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria; Felix Aranuwa, Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba, Nigeria

    This paper proposes twenty-four performance indices contained in the questionnaire that was used for the evaluation of the contributions of some factors to the current performance of Information... More

  2. Implementing e-learning in the Jordanian Higher Education System: Factors Affecting Impact

    Ahmad Al-Adwan, Information Technology Management; Jo. Smedley, knowledge management and learning using technology

    The increased involvement of technology in all aspects of our lives places educational institutions under pressure to include these aspects at the heart of their learning services. These are... More

  3. Factors influencing teachers’ adoption and integration of information and communication technology into teaching: A review of the literature

    Charles Buabeng-Andoh, Pentecost University College

    Global investment in ICT to improve teaching and learning in schools have been initiated by many governments. Despite all these investments on ICT infrastructure, equipments and professional... More

  4. Use of Mobile Phones for Project Based Learning by Undergraduate Students of Nigerian Private Universities

    Samuel Utulu, Redeemer's University (RUN), Ogun State, Nigeria; Ayodele Alonge, KPMG Nigeria, Nigeria

    A university’s objective is to educate its students using information and communication technologies (ICTs) and teaching techniques that would enable its graduates become flexible and life-long... More

    pp. 4-15

  5. Effects of electronic information resources skills training for lecturers on pedagogical practices and research productivity

    Crispen Bhukuvhani, Blessing Chiparausha & Dorcas Zuvalinyenga, Bindura University of Science Education, Zimbabwe

    Lecturers use various electronic resources at different frequencies. The university library’s information literacy skills workshops and seminars are the main sources of knowledge of accessing... More

    pp. 16-28

  6. A Preliminary Study of School Administrators’ Use of Information & Communication Technologies: Bruneian Perspective

    Afzaal Seyal, Institute of Technology Brunei, Brunei Darussalam

    The study surveyed 96 Bruneian primary schools administrators (principals) in using the Information and Communication Technologies. Out of the five subscales used to assess the ICT usage, only two ... More

    pp. 29-45

  7. A Delphi study on Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) applied on Computer Science (CS) skills

    Marcela Porta, Institut National Telecom, Paris, France; Marta Mas-Machuca & Carme Martinez-Costa, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain; Katherine Maillet, Institut National Telecom, Paris, France

    TEL is a new pedagogical domain which main purpose is to study how information and communication technologies can be used to support teaching and learning. The following study investigated how TEL ... More

    pp. 46-70

  8. The impact of computer assisted grammar teaching on EFL pupils’ performance in Jordan

    Abdallah Abunabah, Al-Imam university- Riyadh- Saudi aArabia, Saudi Arabia

    This study aimed at investigating the impact of using computer assisted grammar teaching on the performance of Jordanian pupils studying English as a foreign language . The sample of the study... More

    pp. 71-90

  9. Students’ Perceptions on Incorporating E-Learning into Teaching and Learning at the University of Ghana

    Michael Tagoe, Institute of Continuing and Distance Education, University of Ghana, P.O. Box 31, Ghana

    Technological advancement has led to significant changes in the way university education is being provided in the developed countries. Whilst their universities have made great strides in... More

    pp. 91-103