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Turkish Online Journal of Educational Technology

April 2014 Volume 13, Number 2

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Number of articles: 18

  1. Assistive Technology in Special Education and the Universal Design for Learning

    Ghaleb Alnahdi

    Using technology can help students with disabilities to enhance and improve their independence in academic and employment tasks, their participation in classroom discussions, along with helping... More

    pp. 18-23

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  2. Collaboration Factors and Quality of Learning Experience on Interactive Mobile Assisted Social E-Learning

    Shengmei Wang

    This study (n = 52) examined mobile assisted in-class course using collaborative learning theories over an 18-week semester in a college level course. A self-evaluation survey containing 50 closed-... More

    pp. 24-34

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  3. Developing of Indicators of an E-Learning Benchmarking Model for Higher Education Institutions

    Jirasak Sae-Khow

    This study was the development of e-learning indicators used as an e-learning benchmarking model for higher education institutes. Specifically, it aimed to: 1) synthesize the e-learning indicators;... More

    pp. 35-43

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  4. Development of a Responsive Literacy Pedagogy Incorporating Technology for the Indigenous Learners in Malaysia

    T Vanitha Thanabalan, Saedah Siraj & Norlidah Alias

    The aim of this study is to develop a literacy pedagogy to facilitate literacy learning among the Indigenous community in Malaysia. The Developmental Research Approach method was used and thus... More

    pp. 44-53

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  5. Development of the Information Society and Its Impact on the Education Sector in the EU: Efficiency at the Regional (NUTS 2) Level

    Aleksander Aristovnik

    Information and communication technology (ICT) is one of the most important driving forces promoting economic growth in the economy. However, one puzzling question concerns the efficient and... More

    pp. 54-60

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  6. Evaluation of Computer Based Foreign Language Learning Software by Teachers and Students

    Fatih Çagatay Baz & Mehmet Tekdal

    The aim of this study is to evaluate Computer Based Foreign Language Learning software called Dynamic Education (DYNED) by teachers and students. The study is conducted with randomly chosen ten... More

    pp. 71-78

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  7. Gifted' Teachers Stages of Concerns for Integrating E-Learning in the Gifted Schools in Jordan

    Ahmad Mohammad Al-Shabatat

    No study has investigated the gifted' teachers stages of concerns for integrating e-learning in their teaching. Thus, this study was conducted to explore these concerns. Mixed methods were... More

    pp. 79-87

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  8. Impact of Collaborative Tools Utilization on Group Performance in University Students

    Achmad Nizar Hidayanto & Stella Tantra Setyady

    Nowadays the growth of technology influences the changes in group collaboration's process either for the professional or for the students. The requirement of interaction in group collaboration... More

    pp. 88-98

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  9. Interactive Multimedia Learning: Innovating Classroom Education in a Malaysian University

    Fui-Theng Leow & Mai Neo

    This research study was conducted at INTI International University, and aimed at enhancing the quality of classroom learning for University students with three important emphases: Gagne's... More

    pp. 99-110

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  10. Management Trainee Program of Turkish Airlines: Global Distance Education

    Sahin Karasar & Ömer Faruk Öztürk

    It has always been a contested task to try to present a scientific base for the concept of "management." The concept of management, which has always been of great importance to the... More

    pp. 111-120

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  11. Pre-Service Social Studies Teachers' Perspectives towards Netizenship

    E Özlem Yigit

    Nowadays, in technologically mediated discourses of citizenship, new kinds of political, social, economic and cultural forms of belonging are discussed. This study tried to formed a general frame... More

    pp. 121-137

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  12. The Effects of Collaborative Writing Activity Using Google Docs on Students' Writing Abilities

    Ornprapat Suwantarathip & Saovapa Wichadee

    Google Docs, a free web-based version of Microsoft Word, offers collaborative features which can be used to facilitate collaborative writing in a foreign language classroom. The current study... More

    pp. 148-156

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  13. The Relationship between Attitudes of Prospective Physical Education Teachers towards Education Technologies and Computer Self-Efficacy Beliefs

    Yaprak Kalemoglu Varol

    The aim of research is to investigate the relationship between attitudes of prospective physical education teacher towards education technologies and their computer self-efficacy beliefs.... More

    pp. 157-167

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  14. The Study of Learners' Preference for Visual Complexity on Small Screens of Mobile Computers Using Neural Networks

    Lan-Ting Wang & Kun-Chou Lee

    The vision plays an important role in educational technologies because it can produce and communicate quite important functions in teaching and learning. In this paper, learners' preference... More

    pp. 168-180

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  15. Usage of Thin-Client/Server Architecture in Computer Aided Education

    Caghan Cimen, Yusuf Kavurucu & Halit Aydin

    With the advances of technology, thin-client/server architecture has become popular in multi-user/single network environments. Thin-client is a user terminal in which the user can login to a domain... More

    pp. 181-185

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  16. Use of ICT Technologies and Factors Affecting Pre-Service ELT Teachers' Perceived ICT Self-Efficacy

    Derya Bozdogan & Rasit Özen

    This study aims to identify both level and frequency of ICT technology use and factors affecting perceived self-efficacy levels of pre-service English Language Teaching (ELT) teachers' (n =... More

    pp. 186-196

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  17. Use of Instructional Technologies in Science Classrooms: Teachers' Perspectives

    Funda Savasci Açikalin

    The purpose of this study was to investigate how science teachers use instructional technologies in science classrooms. Participants were 63 teachers who have just completed an alternative teaching... More

    pp. 197-201

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  18. Using Facebook as a LMS?

    Taner Arabacioglu & Ruken Akar-Vural

    The main purpose of this research was to compare the communication media according to effective teaching. For this purpose, in the research, the mixed method, including quantitative and qualitative... More

    pp. 202-214

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