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Turkish Online Journal of Educational Technology

April 2015 Volume 14, Number 2

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Number of articles: 27

  1. A Defining Moment in E-Working: The Application of an E-Working Definition to the Education Context

    Hazel Beadle

    Using qualitative data gathered through 144 questionnaires completed online by education sector personnel, this paper examines the relevance of a definition of e-working to the educational context.... More

    pp. 1-9

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  2. Advanced Learning Space as an Asset for Students with Disabilities

    Klára Císarová, Marián Lamr & Jana Vitvarová

    The paper describes an e-learning system called Advanced Learning Space that was developed at the Technical University of Liberec. The system provides a personalized virtual work space and promotes... More

    pp. 10-14

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  3. Attitudes of Students and Teachers towards the Use of Interactive Whiteboards in Elementary and Secondary School Classrooms

    Nuri Balta & Muharrem Duran

    Recently much have been invested in the interactive whiteboard educational technology in Turkey. The government is still wishful to spread it to schools of all levels. This study tries to... More

    pp. 15-21

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  4. Benefits and Challenges of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) Integration in Québec English Schools

    Jihan Rabah

    This paper investigated teachers' and educational consultants' perceptions of ICT integration in Québec English Schools, specifically with regards to the benefits and challenges of ICT integration ... More

    pp. 24-31

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  5. Cognitive Awareness Prototype Development on User Interface Design

    D'oria Islamiah Rosli

    Human error is a crucial problem in manufacturing industries. Due to the misinterpretation of information on interface system design, accidents or death may occur at workplace. Lack of human... More

    pp. 32-40

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  6. Determination of Critical Success Factors Affecting Mobile Learning: A Meta-Analysis Approach

    Muasaad Alrasheedi & Luiz Fernando Capretz

    With rapid technological advancements, mobile learning (m-Learning) offers incredible opportunities, especially in the area of higher education. However, while interest in this area has been... More

    pp. 41-51

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  7. EFL Learners' Attitudes towards Using Computers as a Learning Tool in Language Learning

    Orachorn Kitchakarn

    The study was conducted to investigate attitudes toward using computers as a learning tool among undergraduate students in a private university. In this regards, some variables which might be... More

    pp. 52-58

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  8. E-Learning Readiness in Medicine: Turkish Family Medicine (FM) Physicians Case

    Alaattin Parlakkiliç

    This research investigates e-learning readiness level of family medicine physicians (FM) in Turkey. The study measures the level of e-learning readiness of Turkish FM physicians by an online e... More

    pp. 59-62

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  9. Evaluation of a Digital Story Pedagogical Module for the Indigenous Learners Using the Stake Countenance Model

    T Vanitha Thanabalan, Saedah Siraj & Norlidah Alias

    This study involved the development of a literacy pedagogy for the indigenous people in Malaysia. The Developmental Research Approach was used where insights about the indigenous people and their... More

    pp. 63-72

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  10. Factors Contributing Pre-School Trainees Teachers Adoption of Virtual Learning Environment: Malaysian Evidence

    Ibrahim Mamat, Ahmad Shidki Mat Yusoff, Wan Salihin Wong Abdullah & Fahmi Zaidi Abdul Razak

    Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) has become the main mechanism in supporting on-line education either in primary or secondary school. Although VLE efforts are considered to be a significant... More

    pp. 73-79

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  11. Future of Online Education in Crisis: A Call to Action

    Julie Ann Nash

    Online education is growing rapidly and there is little doubt that it will continue to expand until it one day encompasses the majority of higher education course offerings. Higher education... More

    pp. 80-88

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  12. Identify the Motivational Factors to Affect the Higher Education Students to Learn Using Technology

    Hon Keung Yau, Alison Lai Fong Cheng & Wing Man Ho

    The purpose of this study is twofold. Firstly, engineering students' motivation in using technology for learning in one of Hong Kong universities is investigated. Secondly, new research model about... More

    pp. 89-100

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  13. Improving College Students English Learning with Dr. Eye Android Mid

    Ju Yin Yang & Pei-Chun Che

    This paper investigates college students' English language learning through use of Dr. Eye Android handheld mobile Internet device (MID). Compared to related studies, students' English learning... More

    pp. 101-109

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  14. Interactive Projector as an Interactive Teaching Tool in the Classroom: Evaluating Teaching Efficiency and Interactivity

    Li-Ying Liu & Meng-Tzu Cheng

    This study reports on a measurement that is used to investigate interactivity in the classrooms and examines the impact of integrating the interactive projector into middle school science classes... More

    pp. 110-115

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  15. Pre-Service Teachers' Learning Styles and Preferences towards Instructional Technology Activities and Collaborative Works

    Farrah Dina Yusop & Melati Sumari

    The main purpose of this exploratory study was to investigate pre-service teachers' learning styles and their preferences with respect to 15 technology-based instructional activities and... More

    pp. 116-129

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  16. Prospective Teachers' Likelihood of Performing Unethical Behaviors in the Real and Virtual Environments

    Ömür Akdemir, Ömer F. Vural & Özgür M. Çolakoglu

    Individuals act different in virtual environment than real life. The primary purpose of this study is to investigate the prospective teachers' likelihood of performing unethical behaviors in the... More

    pp. 130-137

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  17. Reflection Tools in Teacher Education Classes: An Analysis of Implementation in Online, Hybrid, and Traditional Environments

    Amy M. Williamson, Ann Mears & Charlene Bustos

    This paper will introduce the nature of reflective tools in online, hybrid, and traditionally formatted teacher education courses. The specific context of implementation and impact on the quality... More

    pp. 138-143

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  18. Restrict or Share the Use of the Interactive Whiteboard? The Consequences on the Perception, the Learning Processes and the Performance of Students within a Learning Sequence on Dynamic Geometry

    Natacha Duroisin, Gaëtan Temperman & Bruno De Lièvre

    The aim of this study is to analyse the impact of the shared use of the interactive whiteboard (IWB) on the perceptions, learning processes and performance of learners. It was carried out with... More

    pp. 144-154

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  19. Short Serious Games Creation under the Paradigm of Software Process and Competencies as Software Requirements. Case Study: Elementary Math Competencies

    Arturo Barajas-Saavedra, Francisco J. Álvarez-Rodriguez, Ricardo Mendoza-González & Ana C. Oviedo-De-Luna

    Development of digital resources is difficult due to their particular complexity relying on pedagogical aspects. Another aspect is the lack of well-defined development processes, experiences... More

    pp. 155-166

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  20. Students' Perceptions of Edmodo and Mobile Learning and Their Real Barriers towards Them

    Khaleel M. Al-Said

    The present research aims to investigate the students' perceptions levels of Edmodo and Mobile learning and to identify the real barriers of them at Taibah University in KSA. After implemented... More

    pp. 167-180

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