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Interdisciplinary Journal of E-Learning and Learning Objects

Feb 17, 2018 Volume 14, Number 1

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Number of articles: 10

  1. Work-Based Learning and Research for Mid-Career Professionals: Professional Studies in Australia

    Lee Fergusson, Timothy Allred & Troy Dux

    Aim/Purpose: Work-based learning has been identified in the literature, and is established in academia and in the global worlds of work; however, an examination of work-based research, particularly... More

    pp. 1-17

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  2. Work-Based Learning and Research for Mid-Career Professionals: Two Project Examples from Australia

    Lee Fergusson, Timothy Allred, Troy Dux & Hugo Muianga

    Aim/Purpose: Most research on work-based learning and research relates to theory, including perspectives, principles and curricula, but few studies provide contemporary examples of work-based... More

    pp. 19-40

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  3. An Examination of Gen Z Learners Attending a Minority University

    Nicole Buzzetto-Hollywood & Ayodele Alade

    Aim/Purpose: This paper presents the preliminary findings of a pilot survey that sought to examine the technology uses, backgrounds, needs, interests, career goals, and professional expectations of... More

    pp. 41-53

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  4. South Africa’s Quest for Smart Cities: Privacy Concerns of Digital Natives of Cape Town, South Africa

    Maureen Tanner & Valerie Tshiani

    Contribution: This study contributes to scientific literature by detailing the impact of specific factors on the privacy concerns of citizens living in an African city Findings: The findings reveal... More

    pp. 55-76

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  5. Addressing Information Literacy and the Digital Divide in Higher Education

    Nicole Buzzetto-Hollywood, Muna Elobaid, Magdi Elobeid & Hwei wang

    Aim/Purpose: The digital divide and educational inequalities remain a significant societal problem in the United States, and elsewhere, impacting low income, first-generation, and minority learners... More

    pp. 77-93

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  6. Performance Expectancy, Effort Expectancy, and Facilitating Conditions as Factors Influencing Smart Phones Use for Mobile Learning by Postgraduate Students of the University of Ibadan, Nigeria

    sodiq onaolapo & Olawale Oyewole

    Aim/Purpose: This study examines the influence of Performance Expectancy (PE), Effort Expectancy (EE), and Facilitating Conditions (FC) on the use of smart phones for mobile learning by... More

    pp. 95-115

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  7. 21st Century Skills: Student Perception of Online Instructor Role

    Asmaa Ganayem & Wafa Zidan

    Aim/Purpose: This research inquires how students perceive the role of Technology Education and Cultural diversity (TEC) instructors in improving their 21st century skills. In addition, this study... More

    pp. 117-141

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  8. Students’ Approaches to E-Learning: Analyzing Credit/Noncredit and High/Low Performers

    Gwen Nugent, Ashu Guru & Deana Namuth-Covert

    Aim/Purpose: This study examines differences in credit and noncredit users’ learning and usage of the Plant Sciences E-Library (PASSEL, http://passel.unl.edu), a large international, open-source... More

    pp. 143-158

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  9. Plagiarism Management: Challenges, Procedure, and Workflow Automation

    Angelos Rodafinos

    Aim/Purpose: This paper presents some of the issues that academia faces in both the detection of plagiarism and the aftermath. The focus is on the latter, how academics and educational institutions... More

    pp. 159-175

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  10. E-Safety in the Use of Social Networking Apps by Children, Adolescents, and Young Adults

    Gila Zilka

    Aim/Purpose: Following the widespread use of social networking applications (SNAs) by children, adolescents, and young adults, this paper sought to examine the usage habits, sharing, and dangers... More

    pp. 177-190

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