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Latest publications:
The International Journal of Technologies in Learning , Volume 23, Issue 1

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Development of an Information System as a GIS-Based Learning Environment for Geoscience and Geography Education

This information system is based on the concepts of constructivism and aims at providing a learning environment to the students in geoscience and geography education by using GIS-based learning tools.

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Published online: September 25, 2015

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Evaluation of Professional Dispositions in Teacher Candidates by University Field Supervisors at a Distance

This study examines whether university field supervisors believe they are able to adequately assess professional dispositions when the observations of the interns are made at a distance via technology.

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Published online: August 6, 2015

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Mobilizing Faculty to Engage Social Media as an Instructional Tool: A How-to Experience that Produced an E-book

Three professors mobilized their colleagues to use social media as an instructional tool and enhance student engagement. The combined efforts produced an e-book of effective applications across disciplines.

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Published online: August 6, 2015

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Technology-based Change in Thai Education: The One Tablet Per Child Initiative

This paper evaluates the benefits and shortcomings of a technology-based government educational initiative in Thailand as well as proposed alternatives with a focus on equity in education.

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Serious Games: Tools for Learning

Serious Games are associated with childhood and youth, but serious games seek to promote, strengthen and give added value to the teaching and learning process for all ages.

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Attitudes of Computer Education Students Towards the Teaching and Learning of Programming Courses in Nigerian Higher Education: The Way Forward: The Way Forward

Computer education students perform poorly on programming courses. Therefore, the researcher conducted the study to investigate the attitudes of the students towards programming courses.

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Published online: June 26, 2015

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Developing and Sustaining Participation in the Learning Environment: A Case Study of an Online Masters Literacy Program in the University of the West Indies, Open Campus

This paper evaluates strategies used within the online learning environment to increase students’ participation within graduate literacy course.

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Published online: June 26, 2015

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The International Journal of Technologies in Learning , Volume 22, Issue 4, December 2015

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Going Where the Students Are Already: Reimagining online learning where students and lecturers co-create an interactive teaching and learning space

How one Tertiary Enabling Course for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students is using Facebook to support effective engagement and transition to the first year of University

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Published online: June 9, 2015

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