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International Journal of Information and Communication Technology Education

October 2014 Volume 10, Number 4

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Mobile Technology as a Learning Tool: Use and Effects

    Fawzi Ishtaiwa, Al Ain University of Science and Technology, Al Ain, United Arab Emirates

    This study investigated students' actual use of mobile technology (MT) as a learning tool and identified their perceptions towards the effects of using MT on the learning process. It also examined ... More

    pp. 1-15

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  2. Teachers Left Behind: Acceptance and Use of Technology in Lebanese Public High Schools

    Hoda Baytiyeh, American University of Beirut, Beirut, Lebanon

    Nowadays, the use of computers in education is increasing worldwide. Information technology is deemed essential for the digital generation's classrooms. However, the adoption of technology in... More

    pp. 16-29

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  3. YouTube as a Teacher Training Tool: Information and Communication Technology as a Delivery Instrument for Professional Development

    Jenna Copper, Slippery Rock, PA, United States; George Semich, Robert Morris University, Pittsburgh, PA, United States

    High-stakes student testing, accountability for students' outcomes, new educational trends, and revised curricula and standards are only a few of the reasons that teachers must learn to teach... More

    pp. 30-40

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  4. An Integrated View of Communicational, Educational and Technological Categories Applied to the Content Production for IDTV and Mobile Devices

    Elizabeth Furtado & Rafaela Cardoso, Universidade de Fortaleza (UNIFOR), Fortaleza, Brazil; Hermínio Neto, Universidade Federal do Ceará (UFC), Fortaleza, Brazil

    The improvement of the Brazilian system of interactive Digital Television (iDTV) has amplified usage perspectives for television in the educational realm, due to new possibilities of interaction.... More

    pp. 41-52

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  5. Successful Internet Entrepreneurs Don't Have To Be College Dropouts: A Model for Nurturing College Students to Become Successful Internet Entrepreneurs

    Sonya Zhang, Cal Poly Pomona, Pomona, CA, United States

    Some of today's most successful Internet entrepreneurs didn't graduate from college. Many young people today followed the same path to pursue their dreams however ended up failing, not a surprise... More

    pp. 53-69

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  6. Developing Adaptive and Intelligent Tutoring Systems (AITS): A General Framework and Its Implementations

    Mohamed Hafidi, LRS Laboratory, University of Badji Moktar, Annaba, Algeria; Tahar Bensebaa, LRI Laboratory, University of Badji Moktar, Annaba, Algeria

    Several adaptive and intelligent tutoring systems (AITS) have been developed with different variables. These variables were the cognitive traits, cognitive styles, and learning behavior. However,... More

    pp. 70-85

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