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Journal of Information Technology Education: Research

2013 Volume 12, Number 1

Editors

Lynn Jeffrey; Christopher Cheong

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 21

  1. Enhancing Learning Management Systems Utility for Blind Students: A Task-oriented, User-Centered, Multi-Method Evaluation Technique

    Rakesh Babu, School of Information Studies, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, United States; Rahul Singh, Bryan School of Business and Economics, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, United States

    This paper presents a novel task-oriented, user-centered, multi-method evaluation (TUME) tech- nique and shows how it is useful in providing a more complete, practical and solution-oriented... More

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  2. A Survey of ICT Competencies among Students in Teacher Preparation Programmes at the University of Benin, Benin City, Nigeria

    Regina B. Danner, University of Benin, Nigeria; Clara O. A. Pessu, Girls’ Model Secondary School Ewvreni, Nigeria

    Today’s fast-paced world is becoming increasingly characterized by technology driven communication, which has transformed the world into a large global connected community with ever increasing... More

    pp. 33-49

  3. Learning Anywhere, Anytime: Student Motivators for M-learning

    Romana Martin, Curtin University, Australia; Tanya J. Mcgill & Fay Sudweeks, Murdoch University, Australia

    This paper documents the outcomes of a study that focused on identifying what motivates students to use mobile devices for learning and to engage in m-learning. An outcome of this study was to... More

    pp. 51-67

  4. Systematically Evaluating the Effectiveness of an Information Systems Capstone Course: Implications for Practice

    Grandon Gill, University of South Florida, United States; Albert D. Ritzhaupt, University of Florida, United States

    The information systems capstone experience for undergraduate majors is a topic frequently discussed in academic circles within the field. Though very little consensus exists on this topic, there... More

    pp. 69-94

  5. A Tale of Two Cultures: Cross Cultural Comparison in Learning the Prezi Presentation Software Tool in the US and Norway

    Sabra E. Brock, Touro College, United States; Cornelia Brodahl, University of Agder, Norway

    Presentation software is an important tool for both student and professorial communicators. PowerPoint has been the standard since it was introduced in 1990. However, new “improved” software... More

    pp. 95-119

  6. Pre-Service Teachers Use E-learning Technologies to Enhance Their Learning

    Judith J. Smith & H Carol Greene, East Carolina University, United States

    The purpose of this study was twofold. The primary purpose was to improve pre-service teacher education by using technology to help pre-service teachers bridge the gap between academic preparation ... More

    pp. 121-140

  7. Empowerment Patterns of Leaders in ICT and School Strengths Following the Implementation of National ICT Reform

    Orit Avidov-Ungar & Tamar Shamir-Inbal

    pp. 141-158

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  8. Building a Student-Centred Learning Framework using Social Software in the Middle Years Classroom: An Action Research Study

    Gail Casey

    pp. 159-189

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  9. Integrating Online Assignments Checking in Introductory Courses

    David Pundak, Miri Shacham & Orit Herscovitz

    pp. 191-202

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  10. Student Adoption & Development of Digital Learning Media: Action Research & Recommended Practices

    Sharon W. Tabor & Robert P. Minch

    pp. 203-223

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  11. A Digital Ecosystem for the Collaborative Production of Open Textbooks: The LATIn Methodology

    Ismar Frango Silveira, Xavier Ochoa, Alex J. Cuadros-Vargas, Aln Humberto Prez Casas, Ana Casali, Andr Ortega, Antonio Silva Sprock, Carlos Henrique Alves Silva, Cesar Alberto Collazos Ordoez, Claudia Deco, Ernesto Cuadros-Vargas, Everton Knihs, Gonzalo Parra, Jaime Muoz-Arteaga, Jessica Gomes dos Santos, Julien Broisin, Nizam Omar, Regina Motz, Virginia Rods & Yosly C. Hernandez Bieliuskas

    pp. 228-249

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  12. Constructs Related to Community College Student Satisfaction in Blended Learning

    Stephen D. Sorden & Ishmael I. Munene

    pp. 251-270

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  13. Effects of Screencasting on the Turkish Undergraduate Students’ Achievement and Knowledge Acquisitions in Spreadsheet Applications

    Erkan Tekinarslan

    pp. 271-282

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  14. Effects of Screencasting on the Turkish Undergraduate Students’ Achievement and Knowledge Acquisitions in Spreadsheet Applications

    Erkan Tekinarslan

    pp. 271-282

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  15. Understanding Education Involving Geovisual Analytics

    Linnea Stenliden

    pp. 283-300

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  16. An Examination of the Characteristics Impacting Collaborative Tool Efficacy: The Uncanny Valley of Collaborative Tools

    Mark Dishaw, Michael Eierman, Jakob Iversen & George C. Philip

    pp. 301-325

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  17. Construction of Latent Hypotheses on Collaborative Learning from the Perceptions of Future Educators

    Bartolom Vzquez-Bernal & Roque Jimnez-Prez

    pp. 327-341

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  18. Exploring the Effects of Professional Development for the Interactive Whiteboard on Teachers’ Technology Self-Efficacy

    Joshua DeSantis

    pp. 343-362

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  19. Exploring the Effects of Professional Development for the Interactive Whiteboard on Teachers’ Technology Self-Efficacy

    Joshua DeSantis

    pp. 343-362

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  20. Understanding System Utilization as a Limitation Associated with Cybersecurity Laboratories – A Literature Analysis

    Jason Pittman

    pp. 363-378

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