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Turkish Online Journal of Educational Technology

Volume 14, Number 4

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Number of articles: 17

  1. Computer-Assisted Pronunciation Learning in a Collaborative Context: A Case Study in Taiwan

    Pi-hua Tsai

    Computer-assisted pronunciation training (CAPT) software provides language learners with an individualized free environment where they can have access to unlimited input and repetitive practice... More

    pp. 1-13

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  2. Electronic Continuous Professional Development (E-CPD) for Teachers: Bridging the Gap between Knowledge and Application

    Rafiza Abdul Razak, Farah Dina Yusop, Siti Hajar Halili & Sri Raman Chukumaran

    The continuing professional development (CPD) is a concerted effort to ensure the educational service officers equip themselves with professional knowledge, skill, values and practices of teachers ... More

    pp. 14-27

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  3. Empowering English through Project-Based Learning with ICT

    Ardi Marwan

    This paper reports the findings of an action research implementing project-based learning (PBL) with information and communication technology (ICT) in an English classroom. Twenty-five students... More

    pp. 28-37

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  4. Establishing a Multidimensional Interaction in Science Instruction: Usage of Mobile Technology

    Özkan Yilmaz

    The aim of this study is to examine the effect of mobile technology use in university science instruction on students' academic achievement and self-regulation skills. An experimental study is... More

    pp. 38-52

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  5. Factors Related to Faculty Members' Attitude and Adoption of a Learning Management System

    Saovapa Wichadee

    Learning Management Systems (LMS) play a crucial role in organizing the course contents. However, some instructors use LMS in their classes while some do not. This study aimed to discover the... More

    pp. 53-61

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  6. For Effective Use of Multimedia in Education, Teachers Must Develop Their Own Educational Multimedia Applications

    Mohd Elmagzoub A. Babiker

    This paper makes the strong claim that for multimedia to have any significant effect on education, the educational multimedia applications must be designed by the teachers of those classes. The... More

    pp. 62-68

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  7. Integrating Computer-Assisted Language Learning in Saudi Schools: A Change Model

    Saleh Alresheed, Marilyn Leask & Andrea Raiker

    Computer-assisted language learning (CALL) technology and pedagogy have gained recognition globally for their success in supporting second language acquisition (SLA). In Saudi Arabia, the... More

    pp. 69-77

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  8. Integration of Technology Enhanced Learning within Business Organizations: Which Strategy to Choose?

    Lina Kaminskiene, Aušra Rutkiene & Elena Trepule

    The article discusses a responsible and a responsive strategic organizational approach for a smooth integration of technology enhanced learning (TEL). A response to external and internal... More

    pp. 78-92

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  9. Mathematics and Children's Literature Linked by E-Books

    Helena Camposa, Eurídice Teixeira & Paula Catarinoa

    As a link between Mathematics and children's literature, the e-book emerges from the need to enrich the teaching and learning of mathematics through the use of content which illustrations are made ... More

    pp. 93-101

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  10. Mobile Applications' Impact on Student Performance and Satisfaction

    Maha Alqahtani & Heba Mohammad

    Mobile applications are rapidly growing in importance and can be used for various purposes. They had been used widely in education. One of the educational purposes for which mobile applications can... More

    pp. 102-112

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  11. Modification of DeLon and Mclean Model in the Success of Information System for Good University Governance

    Muhammad Tajuddin

    Information System (IS) is a requirement for private colleges in improving their governance to reach Good University Governance (GUG). From 2006 to 2008 information technology (IT) assistance had... More

    pp. 113-123

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  12. Perceptions of Teachers and Students towards Educational Application of SNS and Its Educational Effects in Middle School Class

    June Lee, Yunoug Lee & Mi Hwa Kim

    SNS use by youth is a growing trend. However, there is a lack of studies on how the application of SNS can contribute to learning and public education for youth. As SNS was not originally developed... More

    pp. 124-134

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  13. The Comparison of Accuracy Scores on the Paper and Pencil Testing vs. Computer-Based Testing

    Heri Retnawati

    This study aimed to compare the accuracy of the test scores as results of Test of English Proficiency (TOEP) based on paper and pencil test (PPT) versus computer-based test (CBT). Using the... More

    pp. 135-142

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  14. The Effects of the Constructivist Learning Approach on Student's Academic Achievement: A Meta-Analysis Study

    Mehmet Fatih Ayaz & Hanifi Sekerci

    In this research, a meta-analysis study was conducted in order to determine the effects of constructivist learning approach on students' academic achievement. Master's thesis, doctoral dissertation... More

    pp. 143-156

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  15. The Role and Use of E-Materials in Vocational Education and Training: The Case of Slovenia

    Jasna Mažgon, Mojca Kovac Šebart & Damijan Štefanc

    In the paper some issues and problems regarding the implementation of ICT in initial vocational education and training in Slovenia are discussed. After the brief analysis of the main theoretical... More

    pp. 157-164

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  16. University Social Responsibility (USR): Identifying an Ethical Foundation within Higher Education Institutions

    Shu-Hsiang Chen, Jaitip Nasongkhla & J Ana Donaldson

    Social responsibility is a responsibility not a requirement, of an organization for the impact of its decisions and activities on society and the environment, through transparent and ethical... More

    pp. 165-172

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  17. Using ICT-Supported Narratives in Teaching Science and Their Effects on Middle School Students

    Fatma Taskin Ekici & Sultan Pekmezci

    Effective and sustainable science education is enriched by the use of visuals, auditory, and tactile experiences. In order to provide effective learning, instruction needs to include multimodal... More

    pp. 173-186

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