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International Journal of Information and Communication Technology Education

April 2011 Volume 7, Number 2

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. Culturally Different Learning Styles in Online Learning Environments: A Case of Nigerian University Students

    Blessing Adeoye, University of Lagos, Nigeria

    The importance of individual culture depends on the characteristics of national culture and the individual’s background; within individual culture, different learning styles also exist. This paper ... More

    pp. 1-12

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  2. Enhance Student Learning with PowerPoint Games: Using Twenty Questions to Promote Active Learning in Managerial Accounting

    Victoria Fratto, Robert Morris University, United States

    Stakeholders encourage accounting educators to provide active learning opportunities, to integrate the creative use of technology into the curriculum, and to emphasize learning by doing. The... More

    pp. 13-20

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  3. Using Online Learning Systems to Improve Student Performance: Leveraging Prior Knowledge

    Nelly Todorova & Annette Mills, University of Canterbury, New Zealand

    A key responsibility of educators is to enable meaningful learning and to help students acquire the knowledge and skills they need to make decisions and solve real-life problems. The knowledge that... More

    pp. 21-34

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  4. Exploring the Co-Development of Mathematical and Technological Knowledge Among African American Students

    Francis Nzuki, Richard Stockton College of New Jersey, United States

    This study examines African American students’ interactions with the graphing calculator as a tool to support their mathematical learning. Two participants, chosen through purposive sampling, were ... More

    pp. 35-45

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  5. Simulation Followed by a Reflection and Feedback Session in Medical Education

    Christiana Kumalasari, Julie Caplow & Nicole Fearing, University of Missouri, Columbia, United States

    This research study examines surgical residents’ perception of their learning after participation in a simulation followed by a reflection and feedback session. Eight first-year surgical residents ... More

    pp. 46-56

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  6. E-Learning Effectiveness in a Quantitative Course: Theoretical Versus Industry-Related Discussion and Exam Questions

    Kenneth Strang, APPC Market Research, USA; State University of New York, USA; University of Technology, Australia

    A quasi experiment compared the effectiveness of discussion question types on exam scores in an online quantitative methods course at an accredited university. Correlation, ANOVA and MANCOVA were... More

    pp. 57-68

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