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Journal of Information Technology Education: Research

Jan 05, 2015 Volume 14, Number 1

Editors

Lynn Jeffrey; Christopher Cheong

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 28

  1. Adult Students' Perceptions in Distance Education Learning Environments Based on a Videoconferencing Platform – QoE Analysis

    Toni Malinovski, Tatjana Vasileva-Stojanovska, Dobri Jovevski, Marina Vasileva & Vladimir Trajkovik

    pp. 1-19

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  2. Adult Students' Perceptions in Distance Education Learning Environments Based on a Videoconferencing Platform – QoE Analysis

    Toni Malinovski, Tatjana Vasileva-Stojanovska, Dobri Jovevski, Marina Vasileva & Vladimir Trajkovik

    Distance education learning environments provide tremendous convenience and flexibility, allowing busy, mobile adult learners to engage in education while coping with their limited resources in... More

    pp. 1-19

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  3. A Comprehensive Evaluation Rubric for Assessing Instructional Apps

    Cheng-Yuan Lee & Todd Sloan Chener

    pp. 21-53

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  4. The Effects of Technology Innovativeness and System Exposure on Student Acceptance of E-textbooks

    Madison N. Ngafeeson & Jun Sun

    pp. 55-71

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  5. Engagement in Digital Lecture Halls: A Study of Student Course Engagement and Mobile Device use During Lecture

    Gwendolyn Witecki & Blair Nonnecke

    pp. 73-90

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  6. A Longitudinal Examination of the Effects of Computer Self-efficacy Growth on Performance during Technology Training

    James P. Downey & Hemant Kher

    pp. 91-111

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  7. Video Lectures in Online Graduate Education: Relationship between Use of Lectures and Outcome Measures

    Dana Reinecke & Lori Finn

    pp. 113-121

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  8. Examining Factors Predicting Students’ Digital Competence

    Ove Edvard Hatlevik, Grta Bjrk Gumundsdttir & Massimo Loi

    pp. 123-137

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  9. Examining Factors Predicting Students’ Digital Competence

    Ove Hatlevik, Gréta Guðmundsdóttir & Massimo Loi

    The purpose of this study was to examine factors predicting lower secondary school students\u2019 digital competence and to explore differences between students when it comes to digital competence.... More

    pp. 123-137

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  10. Design and Redesign of a Multimodal Classroom Task – Implications for Teaching and Learning

    Anne man & Sylvana Sofkova Hashemi

    pp. 139-159

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  11. Design and Redesign of a Multimodal Classroom Task – Implications for Teaching and Learning

    Anne Öman & Sylvana Hashemi

    Digital technologies are increasingly implemented in Swedish schools, which impact on education in the contemporary classroom. Screen-based practice opens up for new forms and multiplicity of... More

    pp. 139-159

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  12. The Teacher Technology Integration Experience: Practice and Reflection in the Classroom

    Dana Ruggiero & Christopher J. Mong

    pp. 161-178

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  13. An Analysis of Digital Inclusion Projects: Three Crucial Factors and Four Key Components

    Chris Smith

    pp. 179-188

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  14. Taking a Case Method Capstone Course Online: A Comparative Case Study

    Grandon Gill & Matthew Mullarkey

    pp. 189-218

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  15. A Flipped Classroom Approach to Teaching Systems Analysis, Design and Implementation to Second Year Information Systems University Students

    Maureen Tanner & Elsje Scott

    pp. 219-241

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  16. Using Technology to Support Discussions on Sensitive Topics in the Study of Business Ethics

    Michelle WL Fong

    pp. 243-256

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  17. An Empirical Study of Online Discussion Forums by Library and Information Science Postgraduate Students using Technology Acceptance Model 3

    Airen Adetimirin

    pp. 257-269

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  18. An Exploration of the Views of Teachers Concerning the Effects of Texting on Children’s Literacy Development

    David Wray

    pp. 271-282

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  19. An Exploration of the Views of Teachers Concerning the Effects of Texting on Children’s Literacy Development

    David Wray

    Texting, or text messaging, refers to the use of mobile phones to type and send brief, electronic messages over a telephone network. Because such messages are limited to 160 characters and are... More

    pp. 271-282

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  20. Discovering the Motivations of Students when Using an Online Learning Tool

    Raafat George Saadé & Jamal Abdulaziz AlSharhan

    pp. 283-296

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