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Informatics in Education

2013 Volume 12, Number 2

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Readiness of Adults to Learn Using E-Learning, M-Learning and T-Learning Technologies

    Rytis Vilkonis, Tatjana Bakanoviene & Sigita Turskiene

    The article presents results of the empirical research revealing readiness of adults to participate in the lifelong learning process using e-learning, m-learning and t-learning technologies. The... More

    pp. 181-190

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  2. Electrical Storm Simulation to Improve the Learning Physics Process

    Miriam Martínez Muñoz, María Lourdes Jiménez Rodríguez & José Antonio Gutiérrez de Mesa

    This work is part of a research project whose main objective is to understand the impact that the use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) has on the teaching and learning process on... More

    pp. 191-206

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  3. Introduction to 3D Graphics through Excel

    Jan Benacka

    The article presents a method of explaining the principles of 3D graphics through making a revolvable and sizable orthographic parallel projection of cuboid in Excel. No programming is used. The... More

    pp. 221-230

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  4. An Application of Structural Equation Modeling for Developing Good Teaching Characteristics Ontology

    Somjin Phiakoksong, Suphakit Niwattanakul & Thara Angskun

    Ontology is a knowledge representation technique which aims to make knowledge explicit by defining the core concepts and their relationships. The Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) is a statistical... More

    pp. 253-272

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  5. Improving Organizational Learning: Defining Units of Learning from Social Tools

    André Luís Andrade Menolli, Sheila Reinehr & Andreia Malucelli

    New technologies, such as social networks, wikis, blogs and other social tools, enable collaborative work and are important facilitators of the social learning process. Many companies are using... More

    pp. 273-290

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