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Journal of Educational Technology Systems

2016 Volume 44, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. Do the Critical Success Factors from Learning Analytics Predict Student Outcomes?

    Kenneth David Strang

    This article starts with a detailed literature review of recent studies that focused on using learning analytics software or learning management system data to determine the nature of any... More

    pp. 273-299

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  2. An Investigation of Students' Acceptance of Moodle in a Blended Learning Setting Using Technology Acceptance Model

    Mohamed Yeou

    Moodle and other web-based learning systems have become very popular in higher education. Their success will not be achieved if students fail to use such systems. The present study investigates... More

    pp. 300-318

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  3. Mapping Self-Guided Learners' Searches for Video Tutorials on YouTube

    Nathan Garrett

    While YouTube has a wealth of educational videos, how self-guided learners use these resources has not been fully described. An analysis of search engine queries for help with the use of Microsoft ... More

    pp. 319-331

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  4. A Waterfall Design Strategy for Using Social Media for Instruction

    Terence C. Ahern

    Using social media can create a rich learning environment that crosses all content areas. The key to creating this environment is for instructors and designers to match appropriate social media... More

    pp. 332-345

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  5. A Participatory Design Approach for a Mobile App-Based Personal Response System

    Donggil Song & Eun Young Oh

    This study reports on a participatory design approach including the design, development, implementation, and evaluation of a mobile app-based personal response system (PRS). The first cycle... More

    pp. 346-361

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  6. Technology: The Key to the Reformation of Developmental Mathematics Pedagogy

    Marion G. Ben-Jacob

    There is a movement nationwide to enhance the learning experience of college students who need to take courses in developmental mathematics. Technology is instrumental in eliminating the non-credit... More

    pp. 362-369

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