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Journal of Information Technology Education: Research

Jan 28, 2020 Volume 19, Number 1

Editors

Lynn Jeffrey; Christopher Cheong

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Number of articles: 21

  1. Printable Table of Contents. JITE: Research, Volume 19, 2020

    Christopher Cheong

    Table of Contents for JITE: Research, Volume 19, 2020 More

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  2. Effective Assessment of Workplace Problem-Solving in Higher Education

    Kevin Schoepp & Maurice Danaher

    Aim/Purpose: Within higher education, graduating students who are able to solve ill-structured, complex, open-ended, and collaborative, workplace problems is recognized as paramount. Because of... More

    pp. 1-16

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  3. External and Internal Barriers in Technology Integration: A Structural Regression Analysis

    Nazire Hamutoğlu & Ugur Basarmak

    Aim/Purpose: The aim of this study is to propose and test a model in which perceived barriers to technology integration are handled within a broad framework. It can be argued that the proposed... More

    pp. 17-40

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  4. Flipped University Class: A Study of Motivation and Learning

    Ying Xiu & Penny Thompson

    Aim/Purpose: This study aims to explore the relationship between motivation and students’ perspectives, learning performance, and use of online course materials in flipped classrooms. Background:... More

    pp. 41-63

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  5. If You Can Program, You Can Write: Learning Introductory Programming Across Literacy Levels

    Ziva Hassenfeld, Marina Bers, Laura De Ruiter & Madhu Govind

    Aim/Purpose: This paper presents findings on a curricular intervention aimed at integrating computer programming with reading and writing in early elementary school. The purpose of this research... More

    pp. 65-85

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  6. An Analysis to Understand the Online Learners’ Success in Public Higher Education in Morocco

    Yassine Safsouf, Khalifa Mansouri & Franck Poirier

    Aim/Purpose: This study focuses on the learners’ success toward learning management systems in higher education in Morocco and also proposes a theoretical model to better understand the... More

    pp. 87-112

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  7. Adaptive Learning Technology Relationship with Student Learning Outcomes

    Garry White

    Aim/Purpose: The purpose of this study is to determine the effectiveness of an Adaptive Learning Technology (ALT), as compared to traditional teaching methods, in an undergraduate management... More

    pp. 113-130

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  8. The Effect of a Blended Learning Course of Visual Literacy for In-service Teachers

    Catalina Huilcapi-Collantes, Azucena Martín & Juan Hernández-Ramos

    Aim/Purpose: The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of a 20-hour blended learning visual literacy course applied to in-service teachers. For this purpose, we designed the course to... More

    pp. 131-166

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  9. Technological Structure for Technology Integration in the Classroom, Inspired by the Maker Culture

    Juarez Silva, Simone Bilessimo & Isabela Silva

    Aim/Purpose: This paper presented the framework for the integration of digital technologies in education, implemented in InTecEdu Program, developed by Remote Experimentation Laboratory (RExLab),... More

    pp. 167-204

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  10. Teachers’ Identity Work in a Professional Facebook Group

    Mona Lundin, Annika Lantz-Andersson & Thomas Hillman

    Aim/Purpose: The aim of this study is to investigate posts that deviate from the norm by receiving many more comments than likes in a teacher thematic Facebook (FB) group. Background: Social media ... More

    pp. 205-222

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  11. Exploring Student Readiness to MOOCs in Jordan: A Structural Equation Modelling Approach

    Ahmad Al-Adwan & Naser Khdour

    Aim/Purpose: The current study has been carried out to reveal students’ readiness to utilize MOOCs at higher learning institutions in Jordan. Background: Higher education institutions around the... More

    pp. 223-242

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  12. Improving Business Product Owner Commitment in Student Scrum Projects

    Corey Baham

    Aim/Purpose: The purpose of this study was to explore and test several improvements for incorporating the Business Product Owner (BPO) role in student software projects using Scrum. Background: As ... More

    pp. 243-258

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  13. Variables Affecting E-Learning Services Quality in Indonesian Higher Education: Students’ Perspectives

    Achmad Hidayanto, Zaenal Abidin, Theresiawati - & Henki Seta

    Aim/Purpose: This research aims to evaluate and analyze the e variables which influence the quality of e-learning services at the university-level based on the perspectives of students ... More

    pp. 259-286

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  14. Access to and Accounts of Using Digital Tools in Swedish Secondary Grades. An Exploratory Study.

    Lars Almén, Cecilia Bjursell & Sangeeta Bagga-Gupta

    Aim/Purpose: The aim of the study is to explore students’ encounters with digital tools and how they account for their experiences of using digital tools within formal education. Background: While ... More

    pp. 287-314

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  15. Designing Online Learning Environments for Flipped Approaches in Professional Mathematics Teacher Development

    Robert Weinhandl, Zsolt Lavicza & Tony Houghton

    Aim/Purpose: Our research aims to explore which design elements and aspects of online learning environments are relevant for teachers when introduced to educational innovations such as flipped... More

    pp. 315-337

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  16. Information Technology Asymmetry and Gaps Between Higher Education Institutions and Industry

    Ufuk Celikkan & Yasar Sahin

    Aim/Purpose: This paper investigates the gaps between industry and academia perceptions of information technology fields, such as computer science, software engineering, and computer engineering,... More

    pp. 339-365

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  17. End-User Software Development: Effectiveness of a Software Engineering-Centric Instructional Strategy

    Ilenia Fronza, Luis Corral & Claus Pahl

    Aim/Purpose: This work aims to introduce and evaluate an instructional strategy that aids end-users with developing their software products during intensive project-based events. Background: End... More

    pp. 367-393

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  18. Trends in Using ICT Resources by Professors in HEIs (Higher Education Institutions)

    Carmen Ricardo-Barreto, Daladier Molinares, Humberto Llinás, Judith Santodomíngo, Cinthia Acevedo, Pedro Rodríguez, Claudia Navarro & Sandra Villa

    Aim/Purpose: This study aimed at recognizing and analyzing the trends of ICT use (hardware, software, and digital educational resources) by higher education professors in the Antioquia region ... More

    pp. 395-425

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  19. Examining the Impact of Spherical Videos in Teaching Endangered Species/Environmental Education to Primary School Students

    Melpomeni Kefallinou & Emmanuel Fokides

    Aim/Purpose: The study examined whether spherical videos are an effective tool in teaching primary school students subjects related to the endangered species. It also examined their feelings... More

    pp. 427-450

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  20. Bibliographic Review of the Flipped Classroom Model in High School: A Look from the Technological Tools

    Lina Urbano, Hamil Terán, Fabinton Gómez, Mario Solarte, Carlos Sepulveda & Juan Meza

    Aim/Purpose: The purpose is a bibliographic review that seeks to offer a clearer vision of the impact of technological tools on the implementation of the flipped classroom model. Background: This... More

    pp. 451-474

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