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British Journal of Educational Technology

Nov 05, 2013 Volume 44, Number 6

Editors

Carina Girvan; Sara Hennessy; Manolis Mavrikis; Sara Price; Niall Winters

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 10

  1. Reviews

    John Cowan, Edinburgh Napier University, United Kingdom

    The writer sets out to provide a valuable resource for readers interested in teaching online, and for those already doing so. Her book features copious and current sources drawn from US writers and... More

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  2. e-Leadership in higher education: The fifth “age” of educational technology research

    Jill Jameson

    A discussion of the relative lack of research into e-leadership in educational technology in education is followed by an outline of selected prior literature in the field. The paper proposes that, ... More

    pp. 889-915

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  3. Sleeping with the enemy

    Gilly Salmon & Rod Angood

    We provide a brief history of how academics and information technology (IT) professionals have come to be on opposing sides in a battle for position, influence and direction within universities.... More

    pp. 916-925

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  4. Distributed leadership and digital collaborative learning: A synergistic relationship?

    Alma Harris, Michelle Jones & Suria Baba

    This paper explores the synergy between distributed leadership and digital collaborative learning. It argues that distributed leadership offers an important theoretical lens for understanding and... More

    pp. 926-939

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  5. Leveraging informal leadership in higher education institutions: A case of diffusion of emerging technologies in a southern context

    Dick Ng'ambi & Vivienne Bozalek

    In the last decade, emerging technologies and transformative practices have diffused into higher education social systems in ways that formal leadership styles are increasingly stretched to both... More

    pp. 940-950

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  6. Designing leadership and soft skills in educational games: The e-leadership and soft skills educational games design model (

    Sara Freitas de & Helen Routledge

    While the field of leadership studies includes a large corpus of literature and studies, the literature and scientific research in the field of e-leadership and soft skills used in learning game... More

    pp. 951-968

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  7. Effects of transformational and transactional leadership on cognitive effort and outcomes during collaborative learning within a virtual world

    Surinder Kahai, Rebecca Jestire & Rui Huang

    Computer-supported collaborative learning is a common e-learning activity. Instructors have to create appropriate social and instructional interventions in order to promote effective learning. We... More

    pp. 969-985

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  8. Virtual team e-leadership: The effects of leadership style and conflict management mode on the online learning performance of students in a business-planning course

    Chang & Lee

    The aim of this study was to investigate the influence of leadership style, whether transactional or transformational, and conflict management mode on the online learning performance of students in... More

    pp. 986-999

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  9. e-Leadership of school principals: Increasing school effectiveness by a school data management system

    Ina Blau & Ofer Presser

    In recent years, school management systems have become an important tool for effective e-leadership and data-based decision making. School management systems emphasize information flow and e... More

    pp. 1000-1011

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  10. The effects of computer-simulation game training on participants' opinions on leadership styles

    Anna Siewiorek, Andreas Gegenfurtner, Timo Lainema, Eeli Saarinen & Erno Lehtinen

    The objective of this study is to elucidate new information on the possibility of leadership training through business computer-simulation gaming in a virtual working context. In the study, a... More

    pp. 1012-1035

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