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International Journal of Information and Communication Technology Education

July 2018 Volume 14, Number 3

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Number of articles: 9

  1. Academic Dishonesty: Does Social Media Allow for Increased and More Sophisticated Levels of Student Cheating?

    Linda Best, Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, Edinboro, United States; Daniel Shelley, Robert Morris University, Pittsburgh, United States

    This article examines the effects of the social media applications Facebook, Twitter, Snap Chat/Instagram, Texting and various smartphone applications on academic dishonesty in higher education.... More

    pp. 1-14

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  2. Application of Real-World Problems in Computer Science Education: Teachers' Beliefs, Motivational Orientations and Practices

    Deller Ferreira & Ana Ambrósio, Informatics Institute, Federal University of Goiás, Goiânia, Brazil; Tatiane Melo, Mathematics and Statistics Institute, Federal University of Goiás, Goiânia, Brazil

    This article describes how it is due to the fact that computer science is present in many activities of daily life, students need to develop skills to solve problems to improve the lives of people ... More

    pp. 15-28

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  3. Applying Agile Principles in Teaching Undergraduate Information Technology Project Management

    Joseph Budu, Department of Information Systems, School of Technology, Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration, Accra, Ghana

    This article describes how the traditional teaching and learning activities over the years have been challenged to be agile - easily adaptable to changing classroom conditions. Despite this new... More

    pp. 29-40

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  4. Instructional Technology Courses in Teacher Education: A Study of Inservice Teachers' Perceptions and Recommendations

    Esther Ntuli, Idaho State University, Pocatello, United States

    This article uses OLS and 2SLS regression analysis to examine K-12 educators' perceptions of technology courses that were integrated in their program of study and the extent to which the courses... More

    pp. 41-54

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  5. Synchronous Teaching Techniques From the Perspective and Observation of Virtual High School Teachers: An Investigative Study

    Amy O'Brien, Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School, Midland, United States; Richard Fuller, Robert Morris University, Pittsburgh, United States

    This article describes how there are specific tools and techniques used by teachers in synchronous-live-virtual classroom environments. Those items were investigated in this article. Data was... More

    pp. 55-67

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  6. Third-Level Digital Divide in English Teaching and Learning

    Zhonggen Yu, Beijing Language and Culture University, Beijing, China

    This article describes how information and communication technologies (ICT) are growing important in English teaching and learning. Based on the model of digital divide, this article focuses on the... More

    pp. 68-80

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  7. The Use of Learning Strategies in Distance Learning: Comparing Between Public Institutions

    Paula Alliprandini, Universidade Estadual de Londrina, Londrina, Brazil

    The objective of this article was to examine the use of learning strategies used by students of distance learning, enrolled in courses from two public institutions. A total of 821 students took... More

    pp. 81-90

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  8. Effects of Learning Analytics on Students' Self-Regulated Learning in Flipped Classroom

    João Silva, Universidade Federal do Vale do São Francisco, Juazeiro, Brazil; Erik Zambom, Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Recife, Brazil; Rodrigo Rodrigues, Universidade Federal Rural de Pernambuco, Recife, Brazil; Jorge Ramos, Universidade Federal do Vale do São Francisco, Juazeiro, Brazil; Fernando de Souza, Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Recife, Brazil

    The present article is aimed at analyzing the effects of learning analytics on students' self-regulated learning in a flipped classroom. An experiment was conducted with 96 engineering students,... More

    pp. 91-107

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  9. An Innovative Spreadsheet Application to Teach Management Science Decision Criteria

    Kurt Hozak, Coastal Carolina University, Conway, United States

    This article describes a Microsoft Excel-based application that uses humorous voice synthesis and timed competition to make it more fun and engaging to learn management science decision criteria.... More

    pp. 108-117

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