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Journal of Educational Technology

2015 Volume 11, Number 4

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Blended Learning Approach for Enhancing Students' Learning Experiences in a Knowledge Society

    K. Suprabha & G. Subramonian

    Blended learning which, its name suggests, blends online learning with traditional methods of learning and development. It is a new instructional strategy, based on the non-linear and interactive... More

    pp. 1-7

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  2. Enhancing Education through Mobile Augmented Reality

    D. R. Robert Joan

    In this article, the author has discussed about the Mobile Augmented Reality and enhancing education through it. The aim of the present study was to give some general information about mobile... More

    pp. 8-14

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  3. Computer Courses in Higher-Education: Improving Learning by Screencast Technology

    Yaron Ghilay & Ruth Ghilay

    The aim of the study was to find out a method designated to improve the learning of computer courses by adding Screencast technology. The intention was to measure the influence of high-quality... More

    pp. 15-26

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  4. Computer-Based Learning in Open and Distance Learning Institutions in Nigeria: Cautions on Use of Internet for Counseling

    Fidel Onjefu Okopi, Olajumoke Janet Odeyemi & Adewale Adesina

    The study has identified the areas of strengths and weaknesses in the current use of Computer Based Learning (CBL) tools in Open and Distance Learning (ODL) institutions in Nigeria. To achieve... More

    pp. 27-38

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  5. Computational and Genomic Analysis of Mycobacteriophage: A Longitudinal Study of Technology Engineered Biology Courses That Implemented an Inquiry Based Laboratory Practice Designed to Enhance, Encourage, and Empower Student Learning

    Gail P. Hollowell, James E. Osler & April L. Hester

    This paper provides an applied research rational for a longitudinal investigation that involved teaching a "Technology Engineered Science Education Course" via an Interactive Laboratory... More

    pp. 39-58

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