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Informatics in Education

2015 Volume 14, Number 1

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Application of Interactive Classification System in University Study Course Comparison

    Ilze Birzniece, Peteris Rudzajs, Diana Kalibatiene, Olegas Vasilecas & Edgars Rencis

    The growing amount of information in the world has increased the need for computerized classification of different objects. This situation is present in higher education as well where the... More

    pp. 13-34

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  2. Teaching Service Modelling to a Mixed Class: An Integrated Approach

    Jeremiah D. Deng & Martin K. Purvis

    Service modelling has become an increasingly important area in today's telecommunications and information systems practice. We have adapted a Network Design course in order to teach service... More

    pp. 35-50

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  3. ICT-Based Learning Personalization Affordance in the Context of Implementation of Constructionist Learning Activities

    Natalija Ignatova, Valentina Dagiene & Svetlana Kubilinskiene

    How to enable students to create a personalized learning environment? What are the criteria of evaluation of the ICT-based learning process personalization affordance? These questions are answered ... More

    pp. 51-65

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  4. A Few Observations and Remarks on Time Effectiveness of Interactive Electronic Testing

    Martin Magdin & Milan Turcáni

    In the paper, we point out several observations and remarks on time effectiveness of electronic testing, in particular of its new form (interactive tests). A test is often used as an effective... More

    pp. 83-102

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  5. Use of GeoGebra in Primary Math Education in Lithuania: An Exploratory Study from Teachers' Perspective

    Inga Žilinskiene & Muhammet Demirbilek

    With the advance of information and communications technologies, new teaching tools are becoming more pervasive. These tools can be utilized in a variety of ways to improve and enhance math... More

    pp. 127-142

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