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International Journal of Education and Development using ICT

Aug 28, 2013 Volume 9, Number 2


Stewart Marshall; Wal Taylor

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Number of articles: 7

  1. Exploring the factors influencing the adoption of Open Source Software in Western Cape schools

    Kevin Johnston, Shameemah Begg & Maureen Tanner, University of Cape Town, South Africa

    Open Source Software (OSS) presents many benefits to both the private and public sectors, and has proven to be a viable solution in schools. Although a policy mandating the use of OSS exists in the... More

  2. ICT in secondary school administration in rural southern Kenya: An educator’s eye on its importance and use

    Lazarus Makewa, Jackson Meremo, Elizabeth Role & Jesse Role, University of Eastern Africa, Baraton, Kenya

    Our intention in this study was to investigate if there was significant difference between the teachers’ and administrators’ perceptions on the importance of ICT in secondary school administration ... More

  3. Persistence and decay of web citations used in theses and dissertations available at the Sokoine National Agricultural Library, Tanzania

    Alfred Sife & Ronald Bernard, Sokoine University of Agriculture

    A study was conducted to examine the persistence and decay of web citations in theses and dissertations available at the Sokoine National Agricultural Library. The study focused on those theses and... More

  4. Screen reading habits among university students

    Tim Vandenhoek, University of Limerick, Ireland

    Among the numerous areas of education which have been impacted by technology, the growth of reading texts from computer screens is one of the most widespread. This trend is perhaps most evident at ... More

  5. Exploring students acceptance of e-learning using Technology Acceptance Model in Jordanian universities

    Amer Al-Adwan, Translation and Intercultural Studies; Ahmad Al-Adwan, IT management; Jo Smedley, knowledge management and learning using technology

    Today’s rapid changing world highlights the influence and impact of technology in all aspects of learning life. Higher Education institutions in developed Western countries believe that these... More

  6. A framework for the integration of e-learning in higher education institutions in developing countries

    Geoffrey Kituyi & Irene Tusubira, Makerere University Business School, Uganda

    The aim of this research was to design a framework for integrating e-learning in Higher Education Institutions in developing countries. Data were collected from 266 university students and staff of... More

  7. Quantity and quality of computer use and academic achievement: Evidence from a large-scale international test program

    Jehanzeb Cheema, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Bo Zhang, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

    This study looked at the effect of both quantity and quality of computer use on achievement. The Program for International Student Assessment (PISA) 2003 student survey comprising of 4,356 students... More