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International Journal of Information and Communication Technology Education

October 2006 Volume 2, Number 4

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Strategies for teaching students With Exceptional Needs in cyber schools

    Shellie Hipsky, Robert Morris University, United States; Lindsay Adams, PA Cyber Charter School, United States

    Cyber schools for K-12 students are growing in number. It is vital that appropriate strategies are devised in order to meet the needs of students with exceptionalities. The PA Cyber Charter School ... More

    pp. 1-14

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  2. Game Mods: Customizable Learning in a K16 setting

    Elizabeth Fanning, The University of Virginia, United States

    A game mod describes a modification within an existing commercial computer-based game that has been created by a user. By game modding, a user can participate in the creative process by taking the ... More

    pp. 15-23

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  3. Project Management in Student Information Technology Projects

    Maria Rojas, Tanya McGill & Arnold Depickere, Murdoch University, Australia

    Universities teach project management to information technology (IT) students. The project management principles that students previously have learned often are put into practice in a project... More

    pp. 24-38

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  4. Teaching TCP/IP Networking Using Practical Laboratory Exercises

    Nurul Sarkar, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand

    It is often difficult to motivate students to learn TCP/IP networking concepts because students appear to find the subject rather technical, dry, and boring. To overcome this problem, we have... More

    pp. 39-50

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  5. IT Training as a Strategy for Business Productivity in Developing Countries

    Shirish Srivastava & Thompson Teo, National University of Singapore, Singapore

    Most existing studies on technology training address the operational issues of training process (e.g., training needs assessment, learning, delivery methods, etc.). The strategic concerns of IT... More

    pp. 51-63

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  6. Implementing and Sustaining E-Learning in the Workplace

    Zane Berge, University of Maryland, United States; Lenora Giles, University of Baltimore, United States

    New information and communication technology, specifically computer networked systems, create both a demand and an opportunity for businesses to approach training and knowledge management from new ... More

    pp. 64-75

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