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Informatics in Education

2016 Volume 15, Number 2

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Number of articles: 5

  1. AM-OER: An Agile Method for the Development of Open Educational Resources

    Maurício M. Arimoto, Leonor Barroca & Ellen F. Barbosa

    Open Educational Resources have emerged as important elements of education in the contemporary society, promoting life-long and personalized learning that transcends social, economic and... More

    pp. 205-233

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  2. The Use of Geogebra Software as a Calculus Teaching and Learning Tool

    Cristiane Neri Nobre, Magali Rezende Gouvêa Meireles, Niltom Vieira, Mônica Neli de Resende, Lucivânia Ester da Costa & Rejane Corrêa da Rocha

    Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in education provide a new learning environment where the student builds his own knowledge, allowing his visualization and experimentation. This... More

    pp. 253-267

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  3. Investigating the Drivers of Student Interaction and Engagement in Online Courses: A Study of State-of-the-Art

    Afrooz Purarjomandlangrudi, David Chen & Anne Nguyen

    Online learning has become a widespread method for providing learning at different levels of education. It has facilitated the learning in many ways and made it more flexible and available by... More

    pp. 269-286

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  4. Empowering Students to Create Better Virtual Reality Applications: A Longitudinal Study of a VR Capstone Course

    Tuukka M. Takala, Lauri Malmi, Roberto Pugliese & Tapio Takala

    In this paper we present our experiences of teaching an annually organized virtual reality (VR) capstone course. We review three iterations of the course, during which a total of 45 students... More

    pp. 287-317

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  5. Perceptions of Students towards ICT Competencies at the University

    Carlos Arturo Torres-Gastelú & Gábor Kiss

    The purpose of this study is to identify the perceptions of university students towards their ICT Competencies from two universities, one in Mexico and the other in Hungary. The research type is... More

    pp. 319-338

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