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Education and Information Technologies

2016 Volume 21, Number 4

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Number of articles: 12

  1. Adolescents and Cyber Bullying: The Precaution Adoption Process Model

    John Chapin

    A survey of adolescents (N = 1,488) documented Facebook use and experience with cyber bullying. The study found that 84% of adolescents (middle school through college undergraduates) use Facebook, ... More

    pp. 719-728

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  2. Factors Influencing the Internet Resource Users' Satisfaction: An Analytical Study on Omani Undergraduate Learners

    B. Sriram

    The internet resources are one of the important knowledge sharing tools in day-to-day business processes. These internet resources have greater impact on education field too. The learning processes... More

    pp. 729-745

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  3. Measuring Business Process Learning with Enterprise Resource Planning Systems to Improve the Value of Education

    Ellen F. Monk & Mark Lycett

    Enterprise Resource Planning Systems (ERP) are very large and complex software packages that run every aspect of an organization. Increasingly, ERP systems are being used in higher education as one... More

    pp. 747-768

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  4. Beyond Traditional Literacy: Learning and Transformative Practices Using ICT

    Therese Keane, William F. Keane & Aaron S. Blicblau

    Educators, government bodies and employers have acknowledged the need for modern learners to acquire 21st century skills using information and communication technologies, to personalise student... More

    pp. 769-781

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  5. Examining Antecedents of Knowledge-Sharing Factors on Research Supervision: An Empirical Study

    Arash Khosravi & Mohammad Nazir Ahmad

    The use of an effective supervision mechanism is crucial between a student and supervisor. The essential knowledge shared and transferred between these two parties must be observed and understood... More

    pp. 783-813

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  6. Towards the Real-Time Evaluation of Collaborative Activities: Integration of an Automatic Rater of Collaboration Quality in the Classroom from the Teacher's Perspective

    Irene-Angelica Chounta & Nikolaos Avouris

    This paper presents the integration of a real time evaluation method of collaboration quality in a monitoring application that supports teachers in class orchestration. The method is implemented as... More

    pp. 815-835

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  7. Student Perceptions in the Design of a Computer Card Game for Learning Computer Literacy Issues: A Case Study

    Maria Kordaki, Marina Papastergiou & Panagiotis Psomos

    The aim of this work was twofold. First, an empirical study was designed aimed at investigating the perceptions that entry-level non-computing majors--namely Physical Education and Sport Science ... More

    pp. 837-862

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  8. The K-12 Educational Technology Value Chain: Apps for Kids, Tools for Teachers and Levers for Reform

    Glenn L. Pierce & Paul F. Cleary

    Historically implementing, maintaining and managing educational technology has been difficult for K-12 educational systems. Consequently, opportunities for significant advances in K-12 education... More

    pp. 863-880

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  9. Strategies for Effective Faculty Involvement in Online Activities Aimed at Promoting Critical Thinking and Deep Learning

    Nina Abdul Razzak

    Highly-traditional education systems that mainly offer what is known as "direct instruction" usually result in graduates with a surface approach to learning rather than a deep one. What... More

    pp. 881-896

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  10. Using Learning Management Systems in Business and Economics Studies in Hungarian Higher Education

    Judit T. Nagy

    This paper explores all uses of LMS in teaching Business Mathematics in Hungarian undergraduate training from the point of view of the instructors. Since no similar survey had been carried out in... More

    pp. 897-917

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  11. Pre-Service Teachers' Experiences of ICT in Daily Life and in Educational Contexts and Their Proto-Technological Pedagogical Knowledge

    Sini Kontkanen, Patrick Dillon, Teemu Valtonen, Sami Renkola, Mikko Vesisenaho & Pertti Väisänen

    Many pre-service teachers are members of the net generation and are expected to be familiar with different ICTs, yet several studies have indicated that they are not necessarily able to use them... More

    pp. 919-943

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  12. Using Educational Technology to Develop Early Literacy Skills in Sub-Saharan Africa

    Philip C. Abrami, C. Anne Wade, Larysa Lysenko, Jonathon Marsh & Anthony Gioko

    The research explores the impact of interactive, multimedia literacy software (ABRA) on the reading skills of early elementary students in Kenya. Twelve grade two English teachers and their... More

    pp. 945-964

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