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Journal of Educational Technology

2016 Volume 13, Number 2

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Online Education to Improve Workforce Skills: The Experience in the United States

    Robert W. Robertson & Carlos Tasso E. De Aquino

    The forces of globalization and technological advances are driving a need for skilled workers. In many countries, there is a "skill gap" that must be acknowledged. Individuals must... More

    pp. 1-6

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  2. Efficient E-Learning by Dint of Cognitive Abilities

    Amudha Asaph & B. William Dharma Raja

    The purpose of this article is to portray the effective ways of utilizing cognitive abilities for efficient e-learning. In the present scenario, globalization and advancements in technology have... More

    pp. 7-10

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  3. E-Learning in Higher Education: Focus Groups and Survey among Students in Central Europe

    Marko Tuševljak, Lucija Majcen, Lara Mervar, Taisiya Stepankina & Barbara Cater

    Despite a great deal of time and energy went into digitalisation of the world around us, education has been lagging behind. A question therefore arises to what extent higher education institutions ... More

    pp. 11-20

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  4. Factors Affecting Participation of Preservice Teachers in E-Democracy

    Serkan Sendag & Sacip Toker

    This study aimed to reveal the factors associated with the participation of preservice teachers in e-democracy. It was designed as a correlational study and 1,519 preservice teachers from a teacher... More

    pp. 30-46

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  5. Andragogical Teaching Methods to Enhance Non-Traditional Student Classroom Engagement

    Pamela Allen, Paul Withey, Deb Lawton & Carlos Tasso Aquino

    The aim of this study was to provide a reflection of current trends in higher education, identify some of the changes in student behavior, and potential identification of non-traditional classroom ... More

    pp. 47-59

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