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International Journal of Education and Development using ICT

Mar 06, 2006 Volume 2, Number 1

Editors

Stewart Marshall; Wal Taylor

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. Education through multimedia among Agricultural Diploma School Students: An impact study

    Ashok Patel & Dharmendra Patel, Anand Agricultural University, India

    The present study was taken up to measure the effectiveness of multimedia of paddy cultivation in education system. There was a substantial net gain in as well as retention of knowledge for... More

    pp. 4-10

  2. ICT learning: Is it more valuable for the young?

    Savithri Subramanian, UNESCO, India

    The article is based on ethnographic action research undertaken in a rural area of Tamil Nadu, India. Small centres are set up in the houses of women in the villages, in order to create access to... More

    pp. 11-21

  3. Investigating ethical crimes

    Edward Morris & Catherine Zuluaga, RMIT University, Australia

    To improve final year I.T. undergraduate students’ ability to analyse ethical issues we devised a 5-step procedure, based on a standard investigative procedure used at crime scenes. The appeal to... More

    pp. 22-33

  4. eNRICH: Archiving and accessing local information

    Sarita Sharma, Datamation Foundation, India

    The article is based on ethnographic action research undertaken in a site in urban north India using information and communication technologies (ICTs) towards development of the local community. It... More

    pp. 34-48

  5. Cultural perceptions: The missing element in the implementation of ICT in developing countries

    Abdulkafi Albirini, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA, United States

    Given the widely recognized importance of culture for the successful implementation of information and communication technology (ICT), this study explored the cultural perceptions of high school... More

    pp. 49-65

  6. Information Literacy Skills Course delivery through WebCT: The University of Botswana Library experience

    Edward Lumande & Ayo Ojedokun, University of Botswana, South Africa; Babakisi Fidzani, University of Botswana, South Africa

    The use of ICTs and Content Management Systems like WebCT in particular, for teaching information skills is not new. Many libraries in higher education institutions have designed user education... More

    pp. 66-78