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International Journal of Education and Development using ICT

May 06, 2014 Volume 10, Number 1

Editors

Stewart Marshall; Wal Taylor

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 7

  1. Blended learning in distance education: Sri Lankan perspective

    Tharindu Liyanagunawardena, University of Reading, UK, United Kingdom; Andrew Adams, Meiji University, Japan; Naz Rassool & Shirley Williams, University of Reading, UK, United Kingdom

    The purpose of this paper is to explore the implementation of online learning in distance educational delivery at Yellow Fields University (pseudonymous) in Sri Lanka. The implementation of online ... More

  2. Critical success factors for adoption of web-based learning management systems in Tanzania

    Edda Lwoga, Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences, Tanzania

    This paper examines factors that predict students' continual usage intention of web-based learning content management systems in Tanzania, with a specific focus at Muhimbili University of Health... More

  3. The impact of computer and mathematics software usage on performance of school leavers in the Western Cape Province of South Africa: a comparative analysis.

    Garth Spencer-Smith & Joanne Hardman, University of Cape Town, South Africa

    In this study the impact of computer immersion on performance of school leavers Senior Certificate mathematics scores was investigated across 31 schools in the EMDC East education district of Cape ... More

  4. Prevalence of online reading among high school students in Qatar: Evidence from the Programme for International Student Assessment 2009

    Jehanzeb Cheema, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA, United States

    Recent research has suggested presence of a significant relationship between prevalence of online reading and reading literacy. In this study we examined the prevalence of online reading among 15... More

  5. ICT-based, cross-cultural communication - a methodological perspective

    Niels Larsen, Kijani Institute, Denmark; Maria Bruselius-Jensen & Dina Danielsen, Steno Health Promotion Center, Gentofte, Denmark; Rachael Nyamai, Parliament of Kenya, The National Assembly; James Otiende, Kenyatta University; Jens Aagaard-Hansen, Steno Health Promotion Center, Gentofte, Denmark

    The article discusses how cross-cultural communication based on information and communication technologies (ICT) may be used in participatory health promotion as well as in education in general.... More

  6. Determining distance education students’ readiness for mobile learning at University of Ghana using the Theory of Planned Behaviour

    The use of mobile technologies in the classroom is transforming teaching and learning in higher institutions. This study investigated University of Ghana Distance Education students’ perceptions... More

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  7. Promoting proper education for sustainability: An exploratory study of ICT enhanced Problem Based Learning in a developing country

    Amit Roy, University of Eastern Finland; Patrick Kihoza, Nelson Mandela African Institution of Science and Technology, Arusha-Tanzania., Tanzania; Jarkko Suhonen, University of Eastern Finland; Mikko Vesisenaho, University of Jyvskyl, Finland; Markku Tukiainen, University of Eastern Finland

    One of the goals of education is to create responsible citizens who can adequately understand the problems faced by their societies and who can then act to help solve them. Such behaviour can be... More