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Education and Information Technologies

March 2014 Volume 19, Number 1

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Number of articles: 15

  1. In Your Facebook: Examining Facebook Usage as Misbehavior on Perceived Teacher Credibility

    Jason S. Hutchens & Timothy Hayes

    Teachers sometimes do things that negatively impact their own credibility in classroom settings. One way instructors maintain credibility among students is by keeping a veil between their personal ... More

    pp. 5-20

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  2. Tapping the Educational Potential of Facebook: Guidelines for Use in Higher Education

    Rex Wang, Phil Scown, Cathy Urquhart & Julie Hardman

    Facebook is a frequently used Computer Mediated Environment (CME) for students and others to build social connections, with identities and deposited self-expression. Its widespread use makes it... More

    pp. 21-39

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  3. Teaching Style, ICT Experience and Teachers' Attitudes toward Teaching with Web 2.0

    Ugur Kale & Debbie Goh

    Emphasis on 21st Century Skills development has increased expectations on teachers to take advantages of emerging technologies to support student learning. Yet it is not clear whether teachers are ... More

    pp. 41-60

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  4. Towards Designing Cognitively-Enriched Project-Oriented Courses within a Blended Problem-Based Learning Context

    Efthimios Tambouris, Maria Zotou & Konstantinos Tarabanis

    Traditional education seems to gradually and moderately make way for self-directed and student-centred learning strategies that will efficiently enable students to reach their full potentials and... More

    pp. 61-86

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  5. Video Databases: An Emerging Tool in Business Education

    Gregory MacKinnon & Conor Vibert

    A video database of business-leader interviews has been implemented in the assignment work of students in a Bachelor of Business Administration program at a primarily-undergraduate liberal arts... More

    pp. 87-101

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  6. mLearning: Anytime, Anywhere Learning Transcending the Boundaries of the Educational Box

    Micah Shippee & Jared Keengwe

    In the age of our mobile learning, an impending onus is placed on educational institutions to embrace this technological innovation that is widely accepted, used, and available globally. The clear ... More

    pp. 103-113

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  7. Access, Use and Perceptions of Teachers and Students towards Mobile Phones as a Tool for Teaching and Learning in Tanzania

    Ayoub Kafyulilo

    This study explored the access, use and perceptions of teachers and students towards mobile phones as a tool for facilitating teaching and learning beyond the classroom walls. A total of 29 pre... More

    pp. 115-127

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  8. Support for the Teacher in Technology-Enhanced Collaborative Classroom

    Eleni Voyiatzaki & Nikolaos Avouris

    This paper presents a study on the role of the teacher in computer-supported class group activities. We discuss various teacher tools that support this role. In the reported studies the students... More

    pp. 129-154

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  9. Using Technology Pedagogical Content Knowledge Development to Enhance Learning Outcomes

    Douglas D. Agyei & Jared Keengwe

    This paper describes an intervention in which pre-service teachers developed their TPACK through multiple data sources. Teachers' self-reports of their TPACK knowledge were triangulated with... More

    pp. 155-171

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  10. CAT Model with Personalized Algorithm for Evaluation of Estimated Student Knowledge

    Svetlana Andjelic & Zoran Cekerevac

    This article presents the original model of the computer adaptive testing and grade formation, based on scientifically recognized theories. The base of the model is a personalized algorithm for... More

    pp. 173-191

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  11. A Conceptual Design Model for CBT Development: A NATO Case Study

    Ayse Kok

    CBT (computer-based training) can benefit from the modern multimedia tools combined with network capabilities to overcame traditional education. The objective of this paper is focused on CBT... More

    pp. 193-207

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  12. The Role of Feedback in E-Assessments for Engineering Education

    Maria Limniou & Michael Smith

    The aim of this investigation was to compare two differently designed e-assessments (formative assessments) which supported the same engineering courses for two academic years. In this... More

    pp. 209-225

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  13. Establishing Documentary Production Support for 21st Century Campuses

    Elizabeth L. Davison & Thomas S. Hansell

    As a response to the growing trend of academic assignments that involve some type of video production, this paper advocates that campuses need to provide instructional as well as technical support ... More

    pp. 227-237

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  14. A Theoretical Framework and Model towards Media-Rich Social Presence Design Practices

    Susan Elwood, Karen McCaleb, Mary Fernandez & Jared Keengwe

    Educators are seeing rapid developments in online instruction with regard to not only available technologies, but also in design and teaching practices. Developing and maintaining social presence... More

    pp. 239-249

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  15. The History of UTAUT Model and Its Impact on ICT Acceptance and Usage by Academicians

    N D. Oye, N A. Iahad & N Rahim

    This paper started with the review of the history of technology acceptance model from TRA to UTAUT. The expected contribution is to bring to lime light the current development stage of the... More

    pp. 251-270

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