You are here:

Turkish Online Journal of Educational Technology

October 2011 Volume 10, Number 4

Search this issue

Table of Contents

Number of articles: 35

  1. A Blended Learning Study on Implementing Video Recorded Speaking Tasks in Task-Based Classroom Instruction

    Yasemin Kirkgoz

    This study investigates designing and implementing a speaking course in which face-to-face instruction informed by the principles of Task-Based Learning is blended with the use of technology, the... More

    pp. 1-13

    View Abstract
  2. A Comparative Study of Problematic Internet Use and Loneliness among Turkish and Korean Prospective Teachers

    Aylin Tutgun, Levent Deniz & Man-Ki Moon

    The main aim of this study is to compare the problematic internet use and its relation to loneliness among two nations' prospective teachers, Turkey and South Korea. Five hundred and ninety five... More

    pp. 14-30

    View Abstract
  3. A Cross-Cultural Study of ICT Competency, Attitude and Satisfaction of Turkish, Polish and Czech University Students

    Serkan Dincer & Yunis Sahinkayasi

    Due to various factors, countries begin to have different levels of information and communication technologies (ICT) and they have their own unique culture of ICT usage. This case appears... More

    pp. 31-38

    View Abstract
  4. A Fuzzy Logic-Based Quality Function Deployment for Selection of E-Learning Provider

    Yigit Kazancoglu & Murat Aksoy

    According to the Internet World Stats (2010), the growth rate of internet usage in the world is 444.8 % from 2000 to 2010. Since the number of internet users is rapidly increasing with each passed ... More

    pp. 39-45

    View Abstract
  5. A HO-IRT Based Diagnostic Assessment System with Constructed Response Items

    Chih-Wei Yang, Bor-Chen Kuo & Chen-Huei Liao

    The aim of the present study was to develop an on-line assessment system with constructed response items in the context of elementary mathematics curriculum. The system recorded the problem solving... More

    pp. 46-51

    View Abstract
  6. An AHP-Based Weighted Analysis of Network Knowledge Management Platforms for Elementary School Students

    Chung-Ping Lee, Shi-Jer Lou, Ru-Chu Shih & Kuo-Hung Tseng

    This study uses the analytical hierarchy process (AHP) to quantify important knowledge management behaviors and to analyze the weight scores of elementary school students' behaviors in knowledge... More

    pp. 52-59

    View Abstract
  7. An Evaluation of Student Response Systems from the Viewpoint of Instructors and Students

    Tolga Gok

    Student response systems, often referred to as "clickers" are small hand-held devices which students may remotely respond to questions that are posed during lecture. In this research, the... More

    pp. 67-83

    View Abstract
  8. Children as Educational Computer Game Designers: An Exploratory Study

    Ahmet Baytak, Susan M. Land & Brian K. Smith

    This study investigated how children designed computer games as artifacts that reflected their understanding of nutrition. Ten 5th grade students were asked to design computer games with the... More

    pp. 84-92

    View Abstract
  9. Designing a Virtual Item Bank Based on the Techniques of Image Processing

    Wen-Wei Liao & Rong-Guey Ho

    One of the major weaknesses of the item exposure rates of figural items in Intelligence Quotient (IQ) tests lies in its inaccuracies. In this study, a new approach is proposed and a useful test... More

    pp. 93-106

    View Abstract
  10. Development of a Relational Database for Learning Management Systems

    Omer Deperlioglu, Yilmaz Sarpkaya & Ertugrul Ergun

    In today's world, Web-Based Distance Education Systems have a great importance. Web-based Distance Education Systems are usually known as Learning Management Systems (LMS). In this article, a... More

    pp. 107-120

    View Abstract
  11. Does a Combination of Metaphor and Pairing Activity Help Programming Performance of Students with Different Self-Regulated Learning Level?

    Tie Hui Hui & Irfan Naufal Umar

    This study aims to investigate the effects of metaphors and pairing activity on programming performance of students with different self-regulated-learning (SRL) level. A total of 84 computing... More

    pp. 121-129

    View Abstract
  12. Does Collaboration Occur when Children Are Learning with the Support of a Wiki?

    Yasemin Allsop

    This paper reports on the outcomes of a mini-research project about visible forms of collaboration when children are learning with the support of Wikis-online editable websites. The findings were... More

    pp. 130-137

    View Abstract
  13. Effect of Computer-Aided Perspective Drawings on Spatial Orientation and Perspective Drawing Achievement

    Aytac Kurtulus

    The aim of this study is to investigate the effect of computer-aided Perspective Drawings on eighth grade primary school students' achievement in Spatial Orientation and Perspective Drawing. The... More

    pp. 138-147

    View Abstract
  14. Effects of Guided Writing Strategies on Students' Writing Attitudes Based on Media Richness Theory

    Yu-Feng Lan, Chun-Ling Hung & Hung-Ju Hsu

    The purpose of this paper is to develop different guided writing strategies based on media richness theory and further evaluate the effects of these writing strategies on younger students' writing ... More

    pp. 148-164

    View Abstract
  15. Elameer-Idrus Orbital E-Education Framework for the University of Mustansiriyah (Uomust)

    Amer Saleem Elameer & Rozhan M. Idrus

    The study of the university of Mustansiriyah case show us very clear that university suffers from a lot of problems start from the security, technology, management, pedagogical and ethical. Based... More

    pp. 165-173

    View Abstract
  16. Establishment and Usability Evaluation of an Interactive AR Learning System on Conservation of Fish

    Hao-Chiang Koong Lin, Min-Chai Hsieh, Cheng-Hung Wang, Zong-Yuan Sie & Shei-Hsi Chang

    In this study, we develop an interactive AR Learning System based on Augmented Reality and interactive touch-screen. The learning content knowledge is about conservation of fish in Taiwan. The... More

    pp. 181-187

    View Abstract
  17. Evaluation of Educational Television Programs for Distance Learning

    Nasreen Akhter

    This study was conducted to evaluate the effectiveness of educational television programs in distance learning system. Using the procedure of survey method, this study finds out the worth of... More

    pp. 188-194

    View Abstract
  18. ICT Training Courses for Teacher Professional Development in Jordan

    Atef Abuhmaid

    Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is increasingly having pervasive role and presence in the educational milieu as it continues to shape all aspects of our lives. Numerous reform... More

    pp. 195-210

    View Abstract
  19. Identifying the Computer Competency Levels of Recreation Department Undergraduates

    Erdal Zorba

    Computer-based and web-based applications are as major instructional tools to increase undergraduates' motivation at school. In the recreation field usage of, computer and the internet based... More

    pp. 211-220

    View Abstract
  20. Informatics Education in Different Disciplines at University Level: Case Study--A Survey of Students' Attitude toward Informatics Technologies

    Ozhan Tingoy & Sabri Serkan Gulluoglu

    This article presents a quantitative study on attitudes toward the usage of Information Technology related tools and applications. The study was conducted at a private university, Turkey, with 97... More

    pp. 221-229

    View Abstract