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International Journal of Education and Development using ICT

May 05, 2011 Volume 7, Number 1


Stewart Marshall; Wal Taylor

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 10

  1. ICT in Universities of the Western Himalayan Region in India: Performance Analysis

    dhirendra Sharma, UIIT, HPU,Shimla; Vikram Singh, Department of Computer Science and Engg,Ch. Devi Lal University, Sirsa Universit

    The paper presents a comparative analysis of a live project study carried out to understand the impact and performance of ICT initiatives taken by the Universities located in the Western Himalayan ... More

  2. Study of satisfaction and usability of the Internet on student’s performance

    Ela Goyal, SIES College of Management Studies, India; Seema Purohit, NM Institute of Technology and Development, India; Manju Bhagat, BIT, Mesra, India

    Using the extended task-technology fit (TTF) model, this paper aims to examine satisfaction and usability of internet usage on students’ assignment completion tasks and their performance. In the ... More

  3. LiveUSB Mediated Education (LUME)

    Ramon Garrote Jurado & Tomas Pettersson, University of Borås

    In this article the authors propose LiveUSB Mediated Education (LUME) as a term to describe the packaging of a complete set of course material together with the software necessary to access the... More

  4. Review of Mega-Schools, Technology and Teachers

    Vivienne Roberts, The University of the West Indies Open Campus, Barbados

    This book presents a macroscopic view of education from a geographical, historical and sociological perspective. It harks back to Adam Smith’s division of labour, specialization and equipment and... More

  5. Self regulatory behaviour and Minimally Invasive (MIE) Education: A Case study in the Indian context

    Ritu Dangwal, Hole-In-the-Wall Education Ltd., India; Minerva Thounaojam, Hole-in-the-Wall Education Ltd., India

    The current paper provides insight into the self – regulatory learning strategies adopted by children working at Minimally Invasive Education (MIE) Learning Stations. Previous research has... More

  6. An Early-Stage ICT Maturity Model Derived from Ethiopian Education Institutions

    Julian Bass, Robert Gordon University, United Kingdom

    Developing an initial ICT infrastructure in education institutions is disproportionately expensive in developing countries and sustainable interventions are difficult to achieve. There has been a... More

    pp. 5-25

  7. Video as a tool for agricultural extension in Africa: a case study from Ghana

    Soniia David & Christopher Asamoah, International Institute of Tropical Agriculture, Ghana

    Abstract The paper explores the effectiveness of video viewing clubs (VVCs) as a training method based on a formal survey of 32 Ghanaian women farmers who were trained on cocoa integrated crop and ... More

    pp. 26-41

  8. The Development of a Microcomputer-Based Laboratory (MBL) System for Gas Pressure Law Experiment via Open Source Software

    Siew Tho & Baseri Hussain, Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris (UPSI). Malaysia, Malaysia

    The purpose of this research was to develop a Microcomputer-Based Laboratory (MBL) system for gas pressure law experiment used in physics education. The developed system was divided into two major ... More

    pp. 42-55

  9. The need for ICT- education for managers or agribusinessman to increasing farm income: Study of Factor Influences On Computer Adoption in East Java On-Farm Agribusiness

    Sudaryanto Sudaryanto, University of Jember, East Java, Indonesia

    In the present era of globalization ICT plays a vital role to make a produce competitive in global market via all ICT manifestation, such as audio and video, computer and internet technologies.... More

    pp. 56-67

  10. Assessment of technology integration in vocational education and training schools

    M Summak & Mustafa, Gaziantep University, Turkey

    This paper aims at determining the technology integration level of vocational K-12 teachers and effects of gender and age on teachers’ technology integration level. Quantitative descriptive... More

    pp. 68-85