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Journal of Information Technology Education: Research

Jan 22, 2019 Volume 18, Number 1

Editors

Lynn Jeffrey; Christopher Cheong

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Number of articles: 27

  1. Printable Table of Contents. JITE: Research, Volume 18, 2019

    Christopher Cheong

    JITE: Research, Volume 18, 2019, Table of Contents More

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  2. Effective Evaluation of the Non-Technical Skills in the Computing Discipline

    Maurice Danaher, Kevin Schoepp & Ashely Kranov

    Aim/Purpose: Assessing non-technical skills is very difficult and current approaches typically assess the skills separately. There is a need for better quality assessment of these skills at... More

    pp. 1-18

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  3. Factors Contributing to Student Retention in Online Learning and Recommended Strategies for Improvement: A Systematic Literature Review

    Pauline Muljana & Tian Luo

    Aim/Purpose: This systematic literature review investigates the underlying factors that influence the gap between the popularity of online learning and its completion rate. The review scope within ... More

    pp. 19-57

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  4. Students’ Perceptions of the Strengths and Limitations of Electronic Tests Focusing on Instant Feedback

    Mohammad Rostaminezhad

    Aim/Purpose: This systematic literature review investigates the underlying factors that influence the gap between the popularity of online learning and its completion rate. The review scope within ... More

    pp. 59-71

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  5. WhatsApp is the Message: Out-of-Class Communication, Student-Teacher Relationship, and Classroom Environment

    Arnon Hershkovitz, Mohamed Abu Elhija & Daher Zedan

    Aim/Purpose: To study associations between elementary-, middle- and high-school students’ perceptions of classroom environment and student-teacher relationship and their out-of-class communication ... More

    pp. 73-95

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  6. VEX Robotics Competitions: Gender Differences in Student Attitudes and Experiences

    Amanda Sullivan & Marina Bers

    Aim/Purpose: Educational robotics competitions are a popular way to increase students’ interest in science and engineering during their K-12 years. However, female students are typically... More

    pp. 97-112

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  7. A Teacher’s Influence on Student Engagement: Using Smartphones for Creating Vocational Assessment ePortfolios

    Bronwyn Hegarty & Matt Thompson

    Aim/Purpose: The aim of the study was to investigate how the facilitation of a vocational lecturer (teacher) influenced the engagement of fifteen carpentry students during their learning. This... More

    pp. 113-159

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  8. Requirements Monitoring and Diagnosis for Improving Adaptive E-Learning Systems Design

    Lamiae dounas, Omar beqqali & Camille Salinesi

    Aim/Purpose: In this paper, we highlight the need to monitor and diagnose adaptive e-learning systems requirements at runtime to develop a better understanding of their behavior during learning... More

    pp. 161-184

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  9. Towards Enhancing Programming Self-Efficacy Perceptions among Undergraduate Information Systems Students

    Ramadan Abdunabi, Ilham Hbaci & Heng-Yu Ku

    Aim/Purpose: Currently, Information Systems (IS) departments in business schools are moving towards integrating learning to program or code in their undergraduate core courses. Many factors... More

    pp. 185-206

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  10. ICT Implementation in Colleges of Education: A Framework for Teacher Educators

    Alona Baruch & Orit Ungar

    Aim/Purpose: The study aims to evaluate Information and Communication Technology (ICT) implementation in academic colleges of education. The article offers a conceptual framework for ICT... More

    pp. 207-229

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  11. Online Teacher-Students Interactions Using WhatsApp in a Law Course

    Heydy Robles, Janitza Guerrero, Humberto LLinas & PEDRO MONTERO

    Aim/Purpose: The purpose of this study was to analyze the online teacher- students’ interactions using WhatsApp, an instant messaging tool, and to identify the students’ view towards the use of... More

    pp. 231-252

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  12. What Drives Successful Social Media in Education and E-learning? A Comparative Study on Facebook and Moodle

    Ahmed Al-Azawei

    Aim/Purpose: This research investigates the success variables affecting the adoption of social networking sites (SNS), namely Facebook, and learning management systems (LMS), specifically Moodle,... More

    pp. 253-274

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  13. The Effectiveness of a Customized Online Collaboration Tool for Teaching and Learning

    Ivy Tarun

    Aim/Purpose: There is a huge array of educational technology tools that are now in use today. These tools have changed the way teachers teach and the way students learn. Among the many educational ... More

    pp. 275-292

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  14. Exploring Teacher Perceptions and Motivations to ICT Use in Learning Activities in Indonesia

    Mahdum Mahdum, Hadriana Hadriana & Maria Safriyanti

    Aim/Purpose: This study aims to investigate the perceptions and motivations of state senior high school teachers in rural districts in Indonesia towards ICT use in learning activities. Background: ... More

    pp. 293-317

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  15. The Use of Edmodo: Its Impact on Learning and Students’ Attitudes Toward It

    Abdullah Alqahtani

    Aim/Purpose: Edmodo is a free and secure social learning network for teachers, students, and parents. This research aims to investigate the impact of using the Edmodo network among the students at ... More

    pp. 319-330

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  16. Technology-engagement Teaching Strategy Using Personal Response Systems on Student’s Approaches to Learning to Increase the Mathematics Pass Rate

    Sibongile Simelane-Mnisi & Andile Mji

    Aim/Purpose: The purpose of the current study was to investigate whether the effectiveness of the Technology-engagement Teaching Strategy using personal response systems with student’s approaches... More

    pp. 331-353

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  17. Appraising the Attitude towards Information Communication Technology Integration and Usage in Kazakhstani Higher Education Curriculum

    Nazym Suleimen

    Aim/Purpose: The purpose of the study is to examine and understand the attitude of Kazakhstani universities’ instructors towards ICT integration into the curriculum and to find out the relationship... More

    pp. 355-378

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  18. Does Size Matter? Instructors’ and Students’ Perceptions of Students’ Use of Technology in the Classroom

    Elena Neiterman & Christine Zaza

    Aim/Purpose: The aim of this study was to explore whether students’ self-initiated personal technology use differ by class size as well as to explore students and instructors’ perspectives on... More

    pp. 379-393

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  19. The Role of Gamification Techniques in Promoting Student Learning: A Review and Synthesis

    Hosam Al-Samarraie, Islam Alomari & Reem Yousef

    Aim/Purpose: This study reviewed previous research on the role of gamification techniques in promoting students’ learning. Background: The role of gamification in promoting students’ learning has... More

    pp. 395-417

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  20. Turkish Pre-service Teachers’ Perceptions of Digital Citizenship in Education Programs

    Rıdvan Ata & Kasım Yıldırım

    Aim/Purpose: The principal aim of this study was to reveal digital citizenship levels of pre-service teachers enrolled in 1st and 2nd year in the education faculty at the Muğla Sıtkı Koçman... More

    pp. 419-436

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