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Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology / La revue canadienne de l’apprentissage et de la technologie

Oct 31, 2015 Volume 41, Number 3

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Number of articles: 7

  1. Exploring the Digital Divide: The Use of Digital Technologies in Ontario Public Schools

    Bodong Chen, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities

    Combining data from a school principal survey with student demographics and achievement data, the present study aimed to develop a much needed understanding of ICT usage in Ontario’s K-12 public... More

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  2. A review of models and frameworks for designing mobile learning experiences and environments

    Yu-Chang Hsu & Yu-Hui Ching, Boise State University

    Mobile learning has become increasingly popular in the past decade due to the unprecedented technological affordances achieved through the advancement of mobile computing, making ubiquitous and... More

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  3. Teen Culture, Technology and Literacy Instruction: Urban Adolescent Students’ Perspectives

    Jia Li, University of Ontario Institute of Technology; Catherine Snow, Harvard Graduate School of Education, Harvard University; Claire White, Strategic Educational Research Partnership, MA, Morocco

    Modern teens have pervasively integrated new technologies into their lives, and technology has become an important component of teen popular culture. Educators have pointed out the promise of... More

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  4. Pre-Service Perspectives on E-Teaching: Assessing E-Teaching Using the EPEC Hierarchy of Conditions for E-Learning/Teaching Competence

    Ashley Sisco, Research Associate, Centre for the Prevention of Violence Against Women and Children, Western University Owner & Principal Consultant, White Buffalo Consulting Inc.; Stuart Woodcock, Senior Lecturer Faculty of Human Sciences Macquarie University Sydney, NSW 2109 Australia; Michelle Eady, Senior Lecturer Faculty of Education, University of Wollongong Wollongong, NSW 2522 Australia

    This article examines pre-service teacher perspectives of teaching with an online synchronous (live-time) platform as a part of their training. Fifty-three students who participated in a blended... More

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  5. Outils numériques nomades : les effets sur l’attention des étudiants

    Nicolas Guichon, Konersit Lumire Lyon 2 Laboratoire ICAR; Salifou Kon

    La recherche sur le numérique en éducation est parvenue à une étape où peut être dressé un portrait plus nuancé des usages des outils numériques en contexte d’apprentissage. S’inscrivant dans une... More

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  6. Guiding Professional Life-long Learning Projects: The Case of an Immersive Blended Learning Certificate | Accompagner des projets professionnels en formation continue : le cas d’un certificat de formation hybride et immersive

    Kalliopi Benetos & Daniel Peraya, University of Geneva

    This case study presents a blended learning study program offered as a continuing education certificate of advanced studies for post-secondary educators and training professionals in the private,... More

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  7. Outils numriques nomades : les effets sur l\u2019attention des tudiants

    Nicolas Guichon & Salifou Kon

    La recherche sur le numrique en ducation est parvenue une tape o peut tre dress un portrait plus nuanc des usages des outils numriques en contexte d\u2019apprentissage. S\u2019inscrivant dans une... More

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