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International Journal of Education and Development using ICT

Jan 03, 2012 Volume 7, Number 3

Editors

Stewart Marshall; Wal Taylor

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. The usage of technology among education students in University Utara Malaysia: An application of extended Technology Acceptance Model

    Raman Arumugam, University Utara Malaysia, Malaysia

    This paper reports the findings of perceived usefulness and perceived ease of use on the extent of computer usage among a group of undergraduates at the College of Arts and Sciences, Division of... More

    pp. 4-17

  2. The impact of multiple representations of content using multimedia on learning outcomes across learning styles and modal preferences

    Michael Sankey, University of Southern Queensland, Australia; Dawn Birch, University of the Sunshine Coast, Australia; Michael Gardiner, University of Southern Queensland, Australia

    The innovative use of educational technologies provides valuable opportunities for educators to design an enhanced, interactive, more inclusive and engaging curriculum. Key pedagogical motivations ... More

    pp. 18-35

  3. Teachers’ perceptions about ICTs for teaching, professional development, administration and personal use

    Alcuin Mwalongo, Dar es Salaam University College of Education, Tanzania

    Tanzania has been investing in the integration of ICTs in education. However, little is known about teachers’ perceptions about ICTs integration in education. This study examined teachers’... More

    pp. 36-49

  4. An approach to modeling ICT educational policies in African countries

    Irina Zlotnikova, Kigali Institute of Science and Technology, Rwanda; Theo van der Weide, Radboud University, Nijmegen, the Netherlands, Netherlands

    This paper aims at creating a model of ICT educational policies. The geographic scope of the study includes countries of sub-Saharan Africa. First, the components of a successful ICT educational... More

    pp. 50-73