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Informatics in Education

2012 Volume 11, Number 2

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Teachers' Interpretations of the Internet. An Applied Case Study for the Evaluation of Technological Frames of Reference

    Patrick Camilleri

    In 1994 Orlikowski and Gash articulated Technological Frames of Reference as a systematic theoretical lens to examine technological developments in organisations. A decade later, in 2004, Davidson ... More

    pp. 151-167

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  2. A Stochastic Approach for Automatic and Dynamic Modeling of Students' Learning Styles in Adaptive Educational Systems

    Fabiano Azevedo Dorça, Luciano Vieira Lima, Márcia Aparecida Fernandes & Carlos Roberto Lopes

    Considering learning and how to improve students' performances, an adaptive educational system must know how an individual learns best. In this context, this work presents an innovative approach... More

    pp. 191-212

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  3. Approach to Dynamic Assembling of Individualized Learning Paths

    Vladimir Lubchak, Olena Kupenko & Borys Kuzikov

    E-learning students are generally heterogeneous and have different capabilities knowledge base and needs. The aim of the Sumy State University (SSU) e-learning system project is to cater to these... More

    pp. 213-225

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  4. Educational Infrastructure Using Virtualization Technologies: Experience at Kaunas University of Technology

    Regina Miseviciene, Danute Ambraziene, Raimundas Tuminauskas & Nerijus Pažereckas

    Many factors influence education nowadays. Educational institutions are faced with budget cuttings, outdated IT, data security management and the willingness to integrate remote learning at home.... More

    pp. 227-240

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  5. Knowledge of ICT of Secondary School Graduates

    Eugenijus Valavicius & Kestutis Babravicius

    The paper analyses the results of the computer literacy survey conducted among the 11th and 12th form students in gymnasiums and secondary schools in Lithuania. The basis for the questionnaire was ... More

    pp. 257-269

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  6. Problems in Choosing Tools and Methods for Teaching Programming

    Davia Vitkute-Adžgauskiene & Antanas Vidžiunas

    The paper analyses the problems in selecting and integrating tools for delivering basic programming knowledge at the university level. Discussion and analysis of teaching the programming... More

    pp. 271-282

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