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International Journal of Information and Communication Technology Education

October 2005 Volume 1, Number 4

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Number of articles: 5

  1. E-Learning: The Vision Beyond Current Norms and Processes in Higher Education

    Lalita Rajasingham, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand

    This paper explores a new higher education paradigm, given the changing environment that will come with the advance of globalization and the rapid development of the Internet. As economies revolve ... More

    pp. 1-12

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  2. A Project-Based Learning Approach: Online Group Collaborative Learning

    Jianxia Du, Mississippi State University, United States; Byron Havard, University of West Florida, United States; James Adams, Mississippi State University, United States; Heng Li, University of Toronto, Canada

    A framework for Online Group Collaborative Learning is illustrated in this paper. The foundation of the framework is based on Piaget’s concepts of assimilation and accommodation and Vygotsky’s... More

    pp. 13-24

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  3. The Use of Online Technologies in the Teaching and Learning Process: WebCT-Communication or Technology Turn-Off?

    Maggie Ferguson & Adrian Ibbetson, University of Central Lancashire, United Kingdom

    This paper provides an evaluation of the effectiveness of a year-one module delivered by a combination of traditional and online teaching methods to leisure and tourism undergraduates. The research... More

    pp. 25-38

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  4. An Empirical Study of the Effects of Training Sequences on Database Training Tasks and User Outcomes

    Clive Sanford, Lviv Polytechnic University, Ukraine; Anol Bhattacherjee, University of South Florida, United States

    This paper introduces the concept of IS training sequences and examines how sequencing of conceptual and procedural training impacts task and user outcomes. Building on assimilation theory, we... More

    pp. 39-55

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  5. Update - Anytime/Anywhere - Finding Our Way: Better Understanding the Motivations of Teachers in Online Learning

    Kathleen King & Frank Melia, Fordham University, United States; Marlene Dunham, Howard Everson & Associates, United States

    Research among K-12 educators participating in six-week online professional development modules of study provides insight into their needs and motivations. Three hundred and twenty-four educators... More

    pp. 56-69

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