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Journal of Educational Technology

2006 Volume 3, Number 2

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Using Learning Delivery Systems Tools to Facilitate Executive Education Coursework

    Peter McAliney

    There is a number of proprietary and open source Learning Delivery Systems (LDSs) available for the use of Instructors today. Though each have their own protocols, they all still share an... More

    pp. 11-15

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  2. Kelley Direct (KD) Toolkit: Toward the Development of Innovative Pedagogical Tools for Business Education

    Richard J. Magjuka, Xiaojing Liu & Seung-Hee Lee

    KD Toolkit shows a representative synthesis of the best practices learned by world-renowned instructors in a top ranked online MBA program in the United States. This article will share and discuss ... More

    pp. 26-32

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  3. An Insight into E-Collections

    Angeline Sheba Albert & A Johnson Navaraj

    The present paper gives a brief introduction about E-collections. It discusses the e-books, e-journals, utility, features, advantages and issues for the development of e-collections. E-books will... More

    pp. 33-37

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  4. An Orientation Assistant (OA) for Guiding Learning through Simulation of Electronics Technology in Technology Education

    Gisli Thorsteinsson, Tom Page & Miika Lehtonen

    The aim of a teacher is to guide a student or group of students to observe, do, and discover what is essential in the curriculum's content, and to create a comfortable context and emotional state... More

    pp. 38-48

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  5. A Pedagogical Framework for the Use of Information and Communications Technology in Initial Teacher Training

    Alison Hramiak

    This paper describes the initial findings of a longitudinal case study that investigates the use of e-learning and communications technology to enhance the placement experience for full-time post... More

    pp. 55-62

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