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International Journal of Education and Development using ICT

May 01, 2019 Volume 15, Number 1


Stewart Marshall; Wal Taylor

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Number of articles: 15

  1. Modeling E-learning interactivity, learner satisfaction and continuance learning intention in Ugandan higher learning institutions

    Bashir Kishabale, Islamic University in Uganda

    This study based on cross-sectional survey approach examined E-learning interactivity which was hypothesised to be a multidimensional construct, its association with learner satisfaction continuing... More

  2. An exploratory study on the practices of IT-Institutional alignment for effective ICT integration in university services

    Byungura Jean Claude, Stockholm University, Sweden / University of Rwanda, Rwanda; Henrik Hansson, Stockholm University, Sweden; Kamuzinzi Masengesho, University of Rwanda, Rwanda; Ulf Olsson, Stockholm University, Sweden

    The misalignment between information technology (IT) and institutions continues to be a major problem, more particularly in higher education institutions. This state leads to a lack of technology... More

  3. Integrated computer-based management information systems: The complexity and diffusion in Rwandan higher education institutions

    Byungura Jean Claude, University of Rwanda, Rwanda / Stockholm University, Sweden; Henrik Hansson, Stockholm University, Sweden; Ruhinda Ben, University of Rwanda, Rwanda

    The current trend in universities is marked by integrating information technologies into their service delivery. Particularly in administration and management, processes are being modernized,... More

  4. S-TECHNO: An instructional design model for redesigning instructional technology courses

    Saadet Korucu Kis, Necmettin Erbakan University; Kemal Ozmen, Gazi University

    This study describes the development and implementation of an instructional design (ID) model to increase the efficiency of instructional technology (IT) courses by adopting a constructivist... More

  5. The changing face of higher education through digital technologies: A case study

    Bob Fox, University of New South Wales

    Universities are faced with major challenges in a time of socio-economic and technological growth and change. In the past, universities have offered predominantly an educational service for the... More

  6. Instructional design enabled Agile method using ADDIE model and Feature Driven Development method

    Christian Budoya, Mussa Kissaka & Joel Mtebe, University of Dar Es Salaam

    Most of ICT companies and researchers in nowadays are adopting agile methods which were introduced to overcome challenges faced traditional methods in developing software. Yet, it is still a... More

  7. Developing Teachers’ Digital Competence: Approaches for Art and Design Teacher Educators in Uganda

    Wycliff Tusiime & Monica Johannesen, Oslo Metropolitan University; Greta Gudmundsdottir, University of Oslo

    The aim of this study is to establish an in-depth understanding of how art and design teacher educators (TEs) develop digital competences in teacher training institutions in Uganda. The empirical... More

  8. Harnessing the power of a mobile phone in the promotion of teacher ethics in Tanzania

    Hamisi Mfaume, Rose Mgaya & Margareth Bilinga, Dar es Salaam University College of Education

    This study examined teachers’ perspectives on using the mobile phone in the promotion of teacher ethics in Tanzania. It was informed by the qualitative inquisition using a sample for this study... More

  9. Institutional repositories adoption and use in selected Tanzanian higher learning institutions

    Israel Nunda, Centre for Foreign Relations; Emmanuel Elia, University of Dar es Salaam

    The study explored the adoption and use of institutional repositories among postgraduate students in Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences and Sokoine University of Agriculture. This... More

  10. Do demographic characteristics moderate the acceptance and use of the Moodle learning system among business students?

    Olayemi Aliyu & Chris Chris Arasanmi, Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology; Samuel Ekundayo, Eastern Institute of Technology

    Abstract Continuous development of new educational digital learning such as the Moodle Learning System (MLS) for students, has become an integral part of the evolution of modern educational systems... More

  11. Factors that motivate Teachers to use ICT in Teaching: A Case of Kaliua District Secondary Schools in Tanzania

    John Pima, Coventry University, UK, United Kingdom

    The purpose of this paper is to investigate the factors that motivate teachers to use ICT in teaching in remotely located secondary schools in Tanzania. The research used 14 secondary schools from ... More

  12. College students' attitudes toward ICT Use for English learning

    Hong Ngo, University of Hawaii System; Ariana Eichelberger, University of Hawaii at Manoa

    Breakthroughs in information and communication technologies (ICTs) are increasingly providing language learners with opportunities for real-time interactions with those fluent in their target... More

  13. Development and validation of an attitude assessment scale for the use of 3D printing in education

    Melih Gürer, Bolu Abant Izzet Baysal University; Erkan Tekinarslan, Bolu; Ä°brahim Kocaayak & Sertan Gönültaş,

    The purpose of this study was to develop and validate a scale aiming to assess pre-service teachers’ attitudes towards 3D printing for teaching and learning processes. The data were collected from ... More

  14. Using Anonymity in Online Interactive EFL Learning: International Students’ Perceptions and Practices

    Chen Chen, The University of Sydney

    This case study aims at exploring Asian international English as a foreign language (EFL) students’ perceptions and employment of anonymity in online interactive learning, as well as its impacts on... More

  15. Micro-credentials in higher education institutions: An exploratory study of its place in Tanzania

    Mohamed Ghasia, Ghent University; Haruni Machumu, Mzumbe University; Egbert Smet, University of Antwerp

    Micro-credentials represent an alternative approach to career and professional development whereby an individual’s skills, achievements, and accomplishments get to be recognised. They offer the... More