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Journal of Educational Technology

2011 Volume 8, Number 3

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Reforming the Higher Education System in Iraq: Internationalization via Decentralization

    Sufyan T. Faraj Al-Janabi & David Anderson

    In countries where higher education has largely been a state function, conservative bureaucracies are viewed as impediments to necessary development and change. Virtually everywhere, voices are... More

    pp. 1-14

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  2. Developing Culturally Responsive Leaders through Online Learning and Teaching Approaches

    Alisa Taliaferro

    The article will discuss culturally responsive leadership theory as a means to developing pre-service Master of School Administration (MSA) students as culturally responsive leaders who understand ... More

    pp. 15-20

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  3. Creative Qualitative Inquiry: Innovative Graduate Level Pedagogies Shaped by Educational Technologies

    Thalia Mulvihill & Raji Swaminathan

    This article describes and analyzes the experiences of two tenured university professors at two different US universities located in the Midwest as they collaborate to design and carry-out... More

    pp. 21-26

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  4. Enhancement of Teaching-Learning Process through Multimedia Technology

    R. Charles

    The Indian educational system has to meet the challenges of knowledge explosion and its requirement of increased enrolment in higher education. Computer and technology plays a pre-dominant role to ... More

    pp. 27-33

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  5. Exploring Electronics Laboratory Experiments Using Computer Software

    Yogendra Babarao Gandole

    The roles of teachers and students are changing, and there are undoubtedly ways of learning not yet discovered. However, the computer and software technology may provide a significant role to... More

    pp. 34-44

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  6. Volunteering in the Digital Age: A Study of Online Collaboration Tools from the Perspective of CSCL

    Ayse Kok

    There is little evidence that helps to inform education, practice, policy, and research about issues surrounding the use of online collaboration tools for organisational initiatives (Brown &... More

    pp. 45-57

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