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Journal Cover Journal of Information Technology Education : Innovations in Practice
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   ISSN (Print) 2165-3151 - ISSN (Online) 2165-316X
   Published by Informing Science Institute Homepage  [7 journals]
  • An Investigation of the Use of the ‘Flipped Classroom’ Pedagogy in
           Secondary English Language Classrooms

    • Authors: Chi Cheung Ruby Yang
      Pages: 001 - 020
      Abstract: Aim/Purpose : To examine the use of a flipped classroom in the English Language subject in secondary classrooms in Hong Kong.Background: The research questions addressed were: (1) What are teachers’ perceptions towards the flipped classroom pedagogy' (2) How can teachers transfer their flipped classroom experiences to teaching other classes/subjects' (3) What are students’ perceptions towards the flipped classroom pedagogy' (4) How can students transfer their flipped classroom experiences to studying other subjects' (5) Will students have significant gain in the knowledge of the lesson topic trialled in this study'Methodology: A total of 57 students from two Secondary 2 classes in a Band 3 secondary school together with two teachers teaching these two classes were involved in this study. Both quantitative and quantitative data analyses were conducted.Contribution: Regarding whether the flipped classroom pedagogy can help students gain significantly in their knowledge of a lesson topic, only one class of students gained statistically significantly in the subject knowledge but not for another class.Findings: Students in general were positive about the flipped classroom. On the other hand, although the teachers considered that the flipped classroom pedagogy was creative, they thought it may only be useful for teaching English grammar.Recommendations for Practitioners: Teachers thought that flipping a classroom may only be useful for more motivated students, and the extra workload of finding or making suitable pre-lesson online videos is the main concern for teachers.Recommendations for Researchers: Both quantitative and qualitative analyses should be conducted to investigate the effectiveness of a flipped classroom on students’ language learning.Impact on Society : Teachers and students can transfer their flipped classroom experiences in English Language to teaching and studying other subjects.Future Research: More classes should be involved and a longer period of time should be spent on trial teaching in which a flipped classroom can be implemented in different lesson topics, not only teaching grammar. Teachers also need to determine if students can use the target language item in a task.
      Citation: JITE:IIP, Volume 16 (2017)
      PubDate: 2017-01-09
      Issue No: Vol. 16 (2017)
       
  • Learning by Doing: Twenty Successful Active Learning Exercises for
           Information Systems Courses

    • Authors: Alanah Mitchell, Stacie Petter, Al Harris
      Pages: 021 - 046
      Abstract: Aim/Purpose: This paper provides a review of previously published work related to active learning in information systems (IS) courses.Background: There are a rising number of strategies in higher education that offer promise in regards to getting students’ attention and helping them learn, such as flipped classrooms and offering courses online. These learning strategies are part of the pedagogical technique known as active learning. Active learning is a strategy that became popular in the early 1990s and has proven itself as a valid tool for helping students to be engaged with learning.Methodology: This work follows a systematic method for identifying and coding previous research based on an aspect of interest. The authors identified and assessed research through a search of ABI/Inform scholarly journal abstracts and keywords, as well as additional research databases, using the search terms “active learning” and “information systems” from 2000 through June 2016.Contribution: This synthesis of active learning exercises provides guidance for information technology faculty looking to implement active learning strategies in their classroom by demonstrating how IS faculty might begin to introduce more active learning techniques in their teaching as well as by presenting a sample teaching agenda for a class that uses a mix of active and passive learning techniques to engage student learning. Findings: Twenty successful types of active learning exercises in IS courses are presented.Recommendations for Practitioners : This paper offers a “how to” resource of successful active learning strategies for IS faculty interested in implementing active learning in the classroom. Recommendation for Researchers: This work provides an example of a systematic literature review as a means to assess successful implementations of active learning in IS. Impact on Society: An updated definition of active learning is presented as well as a meaningful list of exercises that encourage active learning both inside and outside of the IS classroom. Future Research: In relation to future research, this study highlights a number of opportunities for IS faculty in regards to new active learning activities or trends to study further.
      Citation: JITE:IIP, Volume 16 (2017)
      PubDate: 2017-01-19
      Issue No: Vol. 16 (2017)
       
  • Browser App Approach: Can It Be an Answer to the Challenges in
           Cross-Platform App Development'

    • Authors: Minh Q. Huynh, Prashant Ghimire
      Pages: 047 - 068
      Abstract: Aim/Purpose: As smartphones proliferate, many different platforms begin to emerge. The challenge to developers as well as IS educators and students is how to learn the skills to design and develop apps to run on cross-platforms. Background: For developers, the purpose of this paper is to describe an alternative to the complex native app development. For IS educators and students, the paper provides a feasible way to learn and develop fully functional mobile apps without technical burdens. Methodology: The methods used in the development of browser-based apps is prototyping. Our proposed approach is browser-based, supports cross-platforms, uses open-source standards, and takes advantage of “write-once-and-run-anywhere” (WORA) concept. Contribution: The paper illustrates the application of the browser-based approach to create a series of browser apps without high learning curve.Findings: The results show the potentials for using browser app approach to teach as well as to create new apps.Recommendations for Practitioners : Our proposed browser app development approach and example would be useful to mobile app developers/IS educators and non-technical students because the source code as well as documentations in this project are available for downloading. Future Research: For further work, we discuss the use of hybrid development framework to enhance browser apps.
      Citation: JITE:IIP, Volume 16 (2017)
      PubDate: 2017-02-27
      Issue No: Vol. 16 (2017)
       
  • The Impact of Hands-On Simulation Laboratories on Teaching of Wireless
           Communications

    • Authors: Te-Shun Chou, Aaron Vanderbye
      Pages: 069 - 090
      Abstract: Aim/Purpose: To prepare students with both theoretical knowledge and practical skills in the field of wireless communications.Background: Teaching wireless communications and networking is not an easy task because it involves broad subjects and abstract content. Methodology: A pedagogical method that combined lectures, labs, assignments, exams, and readings was applied in a course of wireless communications. Contribution: Five wireless networking labs, related to wireless local networks, wireless security, and wireless sensor networks, were developed for students to complete all of the required hands-on lab activities. Findings: Both development and implementation of the labs achieved a successful outcome and provided students with a very effective learning experience. Students expressed that they had a better understanding of different wireless network technologies after finishing the labs.Recommendations for Practitioners: Detailed instructional lab manuals should be developed so that students can carry out hands-on activities in a step-by-step fashion.Recommendation for Researchers: Hands-on lab exercises can not only help students understand the abstract technical terms in a meaningful way, but also provide them with hands-on learning experience in terms of wireless network configuration, implementation, and evaluation. Impact on Society: With the help of a wireless network simulator, students have successfully enhanced their practical skills and it would benefit them should they decide to pursue a career in wireless network design or implementation.Future Research: Continuous revision of the labs will be made according to the feedback from students. Based on the experience, more wireless networking labs and network issues could be studied in the future.
      Citation: JITE:IIP, Volume 16 (2017)
      PubDate: 2017-03-15
      Issue No: Vol. 16 (2017)
       
  • Students’ Attention when Using Touchscreens and Pen Tablets in a
           Mathematics Classroom

    • Authors: Chiung-Hui Chiu, Cheng-Huan Chen, Chia-Ping Lin, Ying-Chun Chou
      Pages: 091 - 106
      Abstract: Aim/Purpose: The present study investigated and compared students’ attention in terms of time-on-task and number of distractors between using a touchscreen and a pen tablet in mathematical problem-solving activities with virtual manipulatives.Background: Although there is an increasing use of these input devices in educational practice, little research has focused on assessing student attention while using touchscreens or pen tablets in a mathematics classroom.Methodology: A qualitative exploration was conducted in a public elementary school in New Taipei, Taiwan. Six fifth-grade students participated in the activities. Video recordings of the activities and the students’ actions were analyzed.Findings: The results showed that students in the activity using touchscreens maintained greater attention and, thus, had more time-on-task and fewer distractors than those in the activity using pen tablets.Recommendations for Practitioners: School teachers could employ touchscreens in mathematics classrooms to support activities that focus on students’ manipulations in relation to the attention paid to the learning content.Recommendation for Researchers: The findings enhance our understanding of the input devices used in educational practice and provide a basis for further research.Impact on Society: The findings may also shed light on the human-technology interaction process involved in using pen and touch technology conditions.Future Research: Activities similar to those reported here should be conducted using more participants. In addition, it is important to understand how students with different levels of mathematics achievement use the devices in the activities.
      Citation: JITE:IIP, Volume 16 (2017)
      PubDate: 2017-03-29
      Issue No: Vol. 16 (2017)
       
  • Secure E-Examination Systems Compared: Case Studies from Two Countries

    • Authors: Andrew E. Fluck, Olawale Surajudeen Adebayo, Shafi'i Muhammad Abdulhamid
      Pages: 107 - 125
      Abstract: Aim/Purpose: Electronic examinations have some inherent problems. Students have expressed negative opinions about electronic examinations (e-examinations) due to a fear of, or unfamiliarity with, the technology of assessment, and a lack of knowledge about the methods of e-examinations.Background: Electronic examinations are now a viable alternative method of assessing student learning. They provide freedom of choice, in terms of the location of the examination, and can provide immediate feedback; students and institutions can be assured of the integrity of knowledge testing. This in turn motivates students to strive for deeper learning and better results, in a higher quality and more rigorous educational process.Methodology : This paper compares an e-examination system at FUT Minna Nigeria with one in Australia, at the University of Tasmania, using case study analysis. The functions supported, or inhibited, by each of the two e-examination systems, with different approaches to question types, cohort size, technology used, and security features, are compared.Contribution: The researchers’ aim is to assist stakeholders (including lecturers, invigilators, candidates, computer instructors, and server operators) to identify ways of improving the process. The relative convenience for students, administrators, and lecturer/assessors and the reliability and security of the two systems are considered. Challenges in conducting e-examinations in both countries are revealed by juxtaposing the systems. The authors propose ways of developing more effective e-examination systems.Findings: The comparison of the two institutions in Nigeria and Australia shows e-examinations have been implemented for the purpose of selecting students for university courses, and for their assessment once enrolled. In Nigeria, there is widespread systemic adoption for university entrance merit selection. In Australia this has been limited to one subject in one state, rather than being adopted nationally. Within undergraduate courses, the Nigerian scenario is quite extensive; in Australia this adoption has been slower, but has penetrated a wide variety of disciplines.Recommendations for Practitioners: Assessment integrity and equipment reliability were common issues across the two case studies, although the delivery of e-examinations is different in each country. As with any procedural process, a particular solution is only as good as its weakest attribute. Technical differences highlight the link between e-examination system approaches and pedagogical implications. It is clear that social, cultural, and environmental factors affect the success of e-examinations. For example, an interrupted electrical power supply and limited technical know-how are two of the challenges affecting the conduct of e-examinations in Nigeria. In Tasmania, the challenge with the “bring your own device” (BYOD) is to make the system operate on an increasing variety of user equipment, including tablets.Recommendation for Researchers: The comparisons between the two universities indicate there will be a productive convergence of the approaches in future. One key proposal, which arose from the analysis of the existing e-examination systems in Nigeria and Australia, is to design a form of “live” operating system that is deployable over the Internet. This method would use public key cryptography for lecturers to encrypt their questions online. Impact on Society : If institutions are to transition to e-examinations, one way of facilitating this move is by using computers to imitate other assessment techniques. However, higher order thinking is usually demonstrated through open-ended or creative tasks. In this respect the Australian system shows promise by providing the same full operating system and software application suite to all candidates, thereby supporting assessment of such creative higher order thinking. The two cases illustrate the potential tension between “online” or networked reticulation of questions and answers, as opposed to “offline” methods.Future Research: A future design proposition is a web-based strategy for a virtual machine, which is launched into candidates’ computers at the start of each e-examination. The new system is a form of BYOD externally booted e-examination (as in Australia) that is deployable over the Internet with encryption and decryption features using public key cryptography (Nigeria). This will allow lecturers to encrypt their questions and post them online while the questions are decrypted by the administrator or students are given the key. The system will support both objective and open-ended questions (possibly essays and creative design tasks). The authors believe this can re-define e-examinations as the “gold standard” of assessment.
      Citation: JITE:IIP, Volume 16 (2017)
      PubDate: 2017-04-12
      Issue No: Vol. 16 (2017)
       
  • Investigating the Use and Design of Immersive Simulation to Improve
           Self-Efficacy for Aspiring Principals

    • Authors: Kristen A Gilbert
      Pages: 127 - 169
      Abstract: Aim/Purpose: Improving public schools is a focus of federal legislation in the United States with much of the burden placed on principals. However, preparing principals for this task has proven elusive despite many changes in programming by institutions of higher learning. Emerging technologies that rely on augmented and virtual realities are posited to be powerful pedagogical tools for closing this gap.Background: This study investigated the effects of immersive simulation technologies on principals’ self-efficacy after treatment and the perceived significance of the design of the immersive simulation experience as an effective tool for adult learners.Methodology: The investigator employed a multiple-methods study that relied on a purposive sample of graduate students enrolled in educational leadership programs at two small universities in the southeastern United States. Participants completed a two-hour module of immersive simulation designed to facilitate transfer of knowledge to skills thereby increasing their self-efficacy.Contribution: This paper contributes to a small body of literature that examines the use of immersive simulation to prepare aspiring principals.Findings: The findings indicate moderate effect sizes in changes in self-efficacy, positive attitudes toward immersive simulation as a pedagogical tool, and significance in the design of immersive simulation modules. This suggests that immersive simulation, when properly designed, aids principals in taking action to improve schools.Recommendations for Practitioners: Educational leadership programs might consider the use of immersive simulations to enhance principals’ ability to meet the complex demands of leading in the 21st century.Impact on Society: Principals may be more adept at improving schools if preparation programs provided consistent opportunities to engage in immersive simulations.Future Research: Future research should be conducted with larger sample sizes and longitudinally to determine the effectiveness of this treatment.
      Citation: JITE:IIP, Volume 16 (2017)
      PubDate: 2017-04-26
      Issue No: Vol. 16 (2017)
       
  • The Impact of User Interface on Young Children’s Computational
           Thinking

    • Authors: Amanda Sullivan, Marina Umashi Bers, Alex Pugnali
      Pages: 171 - 193
      Abstract: Aim/Purpose: Over the past few years, new approaches to introducing young children to computational thinking have grown in popularity. This paper examines the role that user interfaces have on children’s mastery of computational thinking concepts and positive interpersonal behaviors. Background: There is a growing pressure to begin teaching computational thinking at a young age. This study explores the affordances of two very different programming interfaces for teaching computational thinking: a graphical coding application on the iPad (ScratchJr) and tangible programmable robotics kit (KIBO). Methodology : This study used a mixed-method approach to explore the learning experiences that young children have with tangible and graphical coding interfaces. A sample of children ages four to seven (N = 28) participated. Findings: Results suggest that type of user interface does have an impact on children’s learning, but is only one of many factors that affect positive academic and socio-emotional experiences. Tangible and graphical interfaces each have qualities that foster different types of learning
      Citation: JITE:IIP, Volume 16 (2017)
      PubDate: 2017-07-03
      Issue No: Vol. 16 (2017)
       
  • Evaluating the Acceptability and Usability of EASEL: A Mobile Application
           that Supports Guided Reflection for Experiential Learning Activities

    • Authors: Jerry C Schnepp, Christian B Rogers
      Pages: 195 - 214
      Abstract: Aim/Purpose: To examine the early perceptions (acceptability) and usability of EASEL (Education through Application-Supported Experiential Learning), a mobile platform that delivers reflection prompts and content before, during, and after an experiential learning activity.Background: Experiential learning is an active learning approach in which students learn by doing and by reflecting on the experience. This approach to teaching is often used in disciplines such as humanities, business, and medicine. Reflection before, during, and after an experience allows the student to analyze what they learn and why it is important, which is vital in helping them to understand the relevance of the experience. A just-in-time tool (EASEL) was needed to facilitate this. Methodology: To inform the development of a mobile application that facilitates real-time guided reflection and to determine the relevant feature set, we conducted a needs analysis with both students and faculty members. Data collected during this stage of the evaluation helped guide the creation of a prototype. The user experience of the prototype and interface interactions were evaluated during the usability phase of the evaluation study.Contribution: Both the needs analysis and usability assessment provided justification for continued development of EASEL as well as insight that guides current development.Findings: The interaction design of EASEL is understandable and usable. Both students and teachers value an application that facilitates real-time guided reflection.Recommendations for Practitioners: The use of a system such as EASEL can leverage time and location-based services to support students in field experiences. This technology aligns with evidence that guided reflection provides opportunities for metacognition.Recommendation for Researchers: Iterative prototyping, testing, and refinement can lead to a deliberate and effective app development process.Impact on Society: The EASEL platform leverages inherent functionality of mobile devices, such as GPS and persistent network connectivity, to adapt reflection tasks based on lo-cation or time. Students using EASEL will engage in guided reflection, which leads to metacognition and can help instructors scaffold learningFuture Research: We will continue to advance the application through iterative testing and development. When ready, the application will be vetted in larger studies across varied disciplines and contexts.
      Citation: JITE:IIP, Volume 16 (2017)
      PubDate: 2017-07-28
      Issue No: Vol. 16 (2017)
       
  • A Comparison of Student Academic Performance with Traditional, Online, And
           Flipped Instructional Approaches in a C# Programming Course

    • Authors: Jason H. Sharp, Laurie A. Sharp
      Pages: 215 - 231
      Abstract: Aim/Purpose: Compared student academic performance on specific course requirements in a C# programming course across three instructional approaches: traditional, online, and flipped.Background: Addressed the following research question: When compared to the online and traditional instructional approaches, does the flipped instructional approach have a greater impact on student academic performance with specific course requirements in a C# programming course'Methodology: Quantitative research design conducted over eight 16-week semesters among a total of 271 participants who were undergraduate students en-rolled in a C# programming course. Data collected were grades earned from specific course requirements and were analyzed with the nonparametric Kruskal Wallis H-Test using IBM SPSS Statistics, Version 23.Contribution: Provides empirical findings related to the impact that different instructional approaches have on student academic performance in a C# programming course. Also describes implications and recommendations for instructors of programming courses regarding instructional approaches that facilitate active learning, student engagement, and self-regulation.Findings: Resulted in four statistically significant findings, indicating that the online and flipped instructional approaches had a greater impact on student academic performance than the traditional approach.Recommendations for Practitioners: Implement instructional approaches such as online, flipped, or blended which foster active learning, student engagement, and self-regulation to increase student academic performance.Recommendation for Researchers: Build upon this study and others similar to it to include factors such as gender, age, ethnicity, and previous academic history.Impact on Society: Acknowledge the growing influence of technology on society as a whole. Higher education coursework and programs are evolving to encompass more digitally-based learning contexts, thus compelling faculty to utilize instructional approaches beyond the traditional, lecture-based approach.Future Research: Increase the number of participants in the flipped instructional approach to see if it has a greater impact on student academic performance. Include factors beyond student academic performance to include gender, age, ethnicity, and previous academic history.
      Citation: JITE:IIP, Volume 16 (2017)
      PubDate: 2017-08-11
      Issue No: Vol. 16 (2017)
       
  • MOOC Success Factors: Proposal of an Analysis Framework

    • Authors: Margarida M. Marques, Jose Azevedo
      Pages: 233 - 251
      Abstract: Aim/Purpose: From an idea of lifelong-learning-for-all to a phenomenon affecting higher education, Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) can be the next step to a truly universal education. Indeed, MOOC enrolment rates can be astoundingly high; still, their completion rates are frequently disappointingly low. Nevertheless, as courses, the participants’ enrolment and learning within the MOOCs must be considered when assessing their success. In this paper, the authors’ aim is to reflect on what makes a MOOC successful to propose an analysis framework of MOOC success factors.Background: A literature review was conducted to identify reported MOOC success factors and to propose an analysis framework.Methodology: This literature-based framework was tested against data of a specific MOOC and refined, within a qualitative interpretivist methodology. The data were collected from the ‘As alterações climáticas nos média escolares - Clima@EduMedia’ course, which was developed by the project Clima@EduMedia and was submitted to content analysis. This MOOC aimed to support science and school media teachers in the use of media to teach climate changeContribution: By proposing a MOOC success factors framework the authors are attempting to contribute to fill in a literature gap regarding what concerns criteria to consider a specific MOOC successful.Findings: This work major finding is a literature-based and empirically-refined MOOC success factors analysis framework.Recommendations for Practitioners: The proposed framework is also a set of best practices relevant to MOOC developers, particularly when targeting teachers as potential participants. Recommendation for Researchers: This work’s relevance is also based on its contribution to increasing empirical research on MOOCs. Impact on Society: By providing a proposal of a framework on factors to make a MOOC successful, the authors hope to contribute to the quality of MOOCs.Future Research: Future work should refine further the proposed framework, by in testing it against data collected in other MOOCs.
      Citation: JITE:IIP, Volume 16 (2017)
      PubDate: 2017-10-01
      Issue No: Vol. 16 (2017)
       
  • The Influence of Teaching Methods on Learners’ Perception of
           E-safety

    • Authors: Vaclav Dobias, Michal Šerý, Václav Šimandl
      Pages: 253 - 275
      Abstract: Aim/Purpose: The traditional method of teaching e-safety by lecturing is not very effective. Despite learners often being equipped with the right knowledge, they reject the need to act accordingly. There is a need to improve the way digital e-safety is taught.Background: The study compares four different teaching styles, examining how each affected the way students perceive a range of e-safety keywords and consequently the way they approach this issue.Methodology: The semantic differential technique was used to carry out the research. Students completed a semantic differential questionnaire before and after lessons. A total of 405 first year undergraduates took part in the study.Contribution: The paper contributes to the debate on appropriate methods for teaching e-safety, with an aim to influence learners’ attitudes.Findings: Experience-based learning seems to be very effective, confronting students with an e-safety situation and providing them with a negative experience. This teaching method had the biggest influence on students who were deceived by the prepared e-safety risk situation.Recommendations for Practitioners: E-safety instruction can be enhanced by ensuring that lessons provide students with a personal experience.Recommendation for Researchers: The semantic differential technique can be used to measure changes in learners’ attitudes during the teaching process.Impact on Society: Our findings may bring improvements to the way e-safety topics are taught, which could, in turn, evoke in learners a more positive e-safety attitude and a desire to improve their e-safety behavior.Future Research: More research needs to be carried out to examine how the experiential learning method affects the attitudes of younger learners (primary, middle, and high school students).
      Citation: JITE:IIP, Volume 16 (2017)
      PubDate: 2017-10-24
      Issue No: Vol. 16 (2017)
       
  • A Tools-Based Approach to Teaching Data Mining Methods
    • A Tools-Based Approach to Teaching Data Mining Methods

      Authors: Musa J. Jafar

      JITE:IIP, Volume 9 (2010). Details

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      Issue No: Vol. 9
       
  • Wearing the Assessment ‘BRACElet’
    • Wearing the Assessment ‘BRACElet’

      Authors: Grace Tan, Anne Venables

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      Issue No: Vol. 9
       
  • Challenges IT Instructors Face in the Self-Education Process
    • Challenges IT Instructors Face in the Self-Education Process

      Authors: Ljiljana Ruzic-Dimitrijevic, Maja Dimitrijevi?

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  • Improving Outcome Assessment in Information Technology Program
           Accreditation
    • Improving Outcome Assessment in Information Technology Program Accreditation

      Authors: Bryan S. Goda, Charles Reynolds

      JITE:IIP, Volume 9 (2010). Details

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      Issue No: Vol. 9
       
  • Database Security: What Students Need to Know
    • Database Security: What Students Need to Know

      Authors: Meg Coffin Murray

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      Issue No: Vol. 9
       
  • Didactics of Information Technology (IT) in a Science Degree: Conceptual
           Issues and Practical Application
    • Didactics of Information Technology (IT) in a Science Degree: Conceptual Issues and Practical Application

      Authors: Iwona Miliszewska , Anne Venables, Grace Tan

      JITE:IIP, Volume 9 (2010). Details

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  • Making Information Systems less Scrugged: Reflecting on the Processes of
           Change in Teaching and Learning
    • Making Information Systems less Scrugged: Reflecting on the Processes of Change in Teaching and Learning

      Authors: Luke Houghton, Alison Ruth

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  • Designing a Network and Systems Computing Curriculum: The Stakeholders and
           the Issues
    • Designing a Network and Systems Computing Curriculum: The Stakeholders and the Issues

      Authors: Grace Tan, Anne Venables

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  • Study of the Impact of Collaboration among Teachers in a Collaborative
           Authoring System
    • Study of the Impact of Collaboration among Teachers in a Collaborative Authoring System

      Authors: Yacine Lafifi, Ghassen Touil

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  • Straddling the Divide: Towards an Associate Degree in Information
           Technology
    • Straddling the Divide: Towards an Associate Degree in Information Technology

      Authors: Grace Tan

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  • Encouraging Girls to Consider a Career in ICT: A Review of Strategies
    • Encouraging Girls to Consider a Career in ICT: A Review of Strategies

      Authors: Iwona Miliszewska , Aidan Moore

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  • Real World Project: Integrating the Classroom, External Business
           Partnerships and Professional Organizations
    • Real World Project: Integrating the Classroom, External Business Partnerships and Professional Organizations

      Authors: Donna M. Grant, Alisha D. Malloy, Marianne C. Murphy , Jovanna Foreman, Rowena A. Robinson

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  • Studios, Mini-lectures, Project Presentations, Class Blog and Wiki: A New
           Approach to Teaching Web Technologies
    • Studios, Mini-lectures, Project Presentations, Class Blog and Wiki: A New Approach to Teaching Web Technologies

      Authors: Xuesong (Sonya) Zhang, Lorne Olfman

      JITE:IIP, Volume 9 (2010). Details

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  • Algorithm Visualization System for Teaching Spatial Data Algorithms
    • Algorithm Visualization System for Teaching Spatial Data Algorithms

      Authors: Jussi Nikander , Juha Helminen, Ari Korhonen

      JITE:IIP, Volume 9 (2010). Details

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  • Assessing Students’ Structured Programming Skills with Java: The
           “Blue, Berry, and Blueberry” Assignment
    • Assessing Students’ Structured Programming Skills with Java: The “Blue, Berry, and Blueberry” Assignment

      Authors: Xihui (Paul) Zhang

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  • Learning & Personality Types: A Case Study of a Software Design Course
    • Learning & Personality Types: A Case Study of a Software Design Course

      Authors: Faheem Ahmed, Piers Campbell, Ahmad Jaffar, Shayma Alkobaisi, Julie Campbell

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      Issue No: Vol. 9
       
  • Academic Library Services in Virtual Worlds: An Examination of the
           Potential for Library Services in Immersive Environments
    • Academic Library Services in Virtual Worlds: An Examination of the Potential for Library Services in Immersive Environments

      Authors: Jenna Ryan, Marjorie Porter, Rebecca Miller

      JITE:IIP, Volume 9 (2010). Details

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  • Teaching High School Students Applied Logical Reasoning
    • Teaching High School Students Applied Logical Reasoning

      Authors: Dan Bouhnik , Yahel Giat

      JITE:IIP, Volume 8 (2009). Details

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      Issue No: Vol. 8
       
  • Realizing Learning in the Workplace in an Undergraduate IT Program
    • Realizing Learning in the Workplace in an Undergraduate IT Program

      Authors: Anne Venables, Grace Tan

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  • Concurrent Software Engineering Project
    • Concurrent Software Engineering Project

      Authors: Nenad Stankovic , Tammam Tillo

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      Issue No: Vol. 8
       
  • E-portfolio Assessment System for an Outcome-Based Information Technology
           Curriculum
    • E-portfolio Assessment System for an Outcome-Based Information Technology Curriculum

      Authors: Abdallah Tubaishat, Azzedine Lansari, Akram Al-Rawi

      JITE:IIP, Volume 8 (2009). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 8 (2009)
      Issue No: Vol. 8
       
  • Virtual Computing Laboratories: A Case Study with Comparisons to Physical
           Computing Laboratories
    • Virtual Computing Laboratories: A Case Study with Comparisons to Physical Computing Laboratories

      Authors: Stephen D. Burd, Alessandro F. Seazzu, Christopher Conway

      JITE:IIP, Volume 8 (2009). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 8 (2009)
      Issue No: Vol. 8
       
  • Interviewing the Experts: Student Produced Podcast
    • Interviewing the Experts: Student Produced Podcast

      Authors: Gary R. Armstrong, Joanne M. Tucker, Victor J. Massad

      JITE:IIP, Volume 8 (2009). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 8 (2009)
      Issue No: Vol. 8
       
  • A Realistic Data Warehouse Project: An Integration of Microsoft Access®
           and Microsoft Excel® Advanced Features and Skills
    • A Realistic Data Warehouse Project: An Integration of Microsoft Access® and Microsoft Excel® Advanced Features and Skills

      Authors: Michael A. King

      JITE:IIP, Volume 8 (2009). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 8 (2009)
      Issue No: Vol. 8
       
  • From Requirements to Code: Issues and Learning in IS Students’
           Systems Development Projects
    • From Requirements to Code: Issues and Learning in IS Students’ Systems Development Projects

      Authors: Elsje Scott

      JITE:IIP, Volume 7 (2008). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 7 (2008)
      Issue No: Vol. 7
       
  • Effectiveness of Program Visualization: A Case Study with the ViLLE Tool
    • Effectiveness of Program Visualization: A Case Study with the ViLLE Tool

      Authors: Teemu Rajala, Mikko-Jussi Laakso, Erkki Kaila, Tapio Salakoski

      JITE:IIP, Volume 7 (2008). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 7 (2008)
      Issue No: Vol. 7
       
  • Survival Mode: The Stresses and Strains of Computing Curricula Review
    • Survival Mode: The Stresses and Strains of Computing Curricula Review

      Authors: Grace Tan, Anne Venables

      JITE:IIP, Volume 7 (2008). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 7 (2008)
      Issue No: Vol. 7
       
  • The Pentagonal E-Portfolio Model for Selecting, Adopting, Building, and
           Implementing an E-Portfolio
    • The Pentagonal E-Portfolio Model for Selecting, Adopting, Building, and Implementing an E-Portfolio

      Authors: Nicole A. Buzzetto-More , Ayodele Julius Alade

      JITE:IIP, Volume 7 (2008). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 7 (2008)
      Issue No: Vol. 7
       
  • Enabling a Comprehensive Teaching Strategy: Video Lectures
    • Enabling a Comprehensive Teaching Strategy: Video Lectures

      Authors: H. David Brecht, Suzanne M. Ogilby

      JITE:IIP, Volume 7 (2008). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 7 (2008)
      Issue No: Vol. 7
       
  • A Multi-Pronged Approach to Work Integrated Learning for IT Students
    • A Multi-Pronged Approach to Work Integrated Learning for IT Students

      Authors: Lorraine Staehr, Mary B. Martin, Ka Ching Chan

      JITE:IIP, Volume 13 (2014). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 13 (2014)
      Issue No: Vol. 13
       
  • Facilitating Exposure to Sign Languages of the World: The Case for Mobile
           Assisted Language Learning
    • Facilitating Exposure to Sign Languages of the World: The Case for Mobile Assisted Language Learning

      Authors: Becky Sue Parton

      JITE:IIP, Volume 13 (2014). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 13 (2014)
      Issue No: Vol. 13
       
  • A Virtual Education: Guidelines for Using Games Technology
    • A Virtual Education: Guidelines for Using Games Technology

      Authors: Damian Schofield

      JITE:IIP, Volume 13 (2014). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 13 (2014)
      Issue No: Vol. 13
       
  • Augmenting a Child’s Reality: Using Educational Tablet Technology
    • Augmenting a Child’s Reality: Using Educational Tablet Technology

      Authors: Patricia Tanner, Carly Karas, Damian Schofield

      JITE:IIP, Volume 13 (2014). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 13 (2014)
      Issue No: Vol. 13
       
  • Teaching an Introductory Programming Language in a General Education
           Course
    • Teaching an Introductory Programming Language in a General Education Course

      Authors: Azad Ali , David T Smith

      JITE:IIP, Volume 13 (2014). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 13 (2014)
      Issue No: Vol. 13
       
  • Web Annotation and Threaded Forum: How Did Learners Use the Two
           Environments in an Online Discussion'
    • Web Annotation and Threaded Forum: How Did Learners Use the Two Environments in an Online Discussion?

      Authors: Yanyan Sun, Fei Gao

      JITE:IIP, Volume 13 (2014). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 13 (2014)
      Issue No: Vol. 13
       
  • Examining the Efficacy of Personal Response Devices in Army Training
    • Examining the Efficacy of Personal Response Devices in Army Training

      Authors: Angelina Hill, Bea Babbitt

      JITE:IIP, Volume 12 (2013). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 12 (2013)
      Issue No: Vol. 12
       
  • A Template-Based Short Course Concept on Android Application Development
    • A Template-Based Short Course Concept on Android Application Development

      Authors: David Akopian, Arsen Melkonyan, Santosh C. Golgani, Timothy T. Yuen, Can Saygin

      JITE:IIP, Volume 12 (2013). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 12 (2013)
      Issue No: Vol. 12
       
  • The Effects of ICT Environment on Teachers’ Attitudes and Technology
           Integration in Japan and the U.S.
    • The Effects of ICT Environment on Teachers’ Attitudes and Technology Integration in Japan and the U.S.

      Authors: Kodai Kusano, Sarah Frederiksen, LeAnne Jones, Michiko Kobayashi, Yui Mukoyama, Taku Yamagishi, Kengo Sadaki, Hiroki Ishizuka

      JITE:IIP, Volume 12 (2013). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 12 (2013)
      Issue No: Vol. 12
       
  • Presenting an Alternative Source Code Plagiarism Detection Framework for
           Improving the Teaching and Learning of Programming
    • Presenting an Alternative Source Code Plagiarism Detection Framework for Improving the Teaching and Learning of Programming

      Authors: Fredrik Gerhardus Hattingh, Albertus A. K. Buitendag, Jacobus S. Van Der Walt

      JITE:IIP, Volume 12 (2013). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 12 (2013)
      Issue No: Vol. 12
       
  • Advancing Creative Visual Thinking with Constructive Function-based
           Modelling
    • Advancing Creative Visual Thinking with Constructive Function-based Modelling

      Authors: Alexander Pasko, Valery Adzhiev, Evgeniya Malikova, Victor Pilyugin

      JITE:IIP, Volume 12 (2013). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 12 (2013)
      Issue No: Vol. 12
       
  • Using Adult Learning Principles as a Framework for Learning ICT Skills
           Needed for Research Projects
    • Using Adult Learning Principles as a Framework for Learning ICT Skills Needed for Research Projects

      Authors: Oduronke Temitope Eyitayo

      JITE:IIP, Volume 12 (2013). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 12 (2013)
      Issue No: Vol. 12
       
  • Developing Cross-Cultural Awareness in IT: Reflections of Australian and
           Chinese Students
    • Developing Cross-Cultural Awareness in IT: Reflections of Australian and Chinese Students

      Authors: Anne Therese Venables, Grace Tan, Iwona Miliszewska

      JITE:IIP, Volume 12 (2013). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 12 (2013)
      Issue No: Vol. 12
       
  • Enhancing Students’ Interest in Science and Technology through
           Cross-disciplinary Collaboration and Active Learning Techniques
    • Enhancing Students’ Interest in Science and Technology through Cross-disciplinary Collaboration and Active Learning Techniques

      Authors: Donna M. Grant, Alisha D. Malloy, Gail P. Hollowell

      JITE:IIP, Volume 12 (2013). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 12 (2013)
      Issue No: Vol. 12
       
  • Using Student e-Portfolios to Facilitate Learning Objective Achievements
           in an Outcome-Based University
    • Using Student e-Portfolios to Facilitate Learning Objective Achievements in an Outcome-Based University

      Authors: Abdallah Tubaishat, Azzedine Lansari

      JITE:IIP, Volume 12 (2013). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 12 (2013)
      Issue No: Vol. 12
       
  • Student Engagement with Online Resources and Its Impact on Learning
           Outcomes
    • Student Engagement with Online Resources and Its Impact on Learning Outcomes

      Authors: Lily Wong

      JITE:IIP, Volume 12 (2013). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 12 (2013)
      Issue No: Vol. 12
       
  • Digital Forensics Curriculum in Security Education
    • Digital Forensics Curriculum in Security Education

      Authors: S. Srinivasan

      JITE:IIP, Volume 12 (2013). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 12 (2013)
      Issue No: Vol. 12
       
  • A Database Practicum for Teaching Database Administration and Software
           Development at Regis University
    • A Database Practicum for Teaching Database Administration and Software Development at Regis University

      Authors: Robert Thomas Mason

      JITE:IIP, Volume 12 (2013). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 12 (2013)
      Issue No: Vol. 12
       
  • Design and Delivery of Technical Module for the Business Intelligence
           Course
    • Design and Delivery of Technical Module for the Business Intelligence Course

      Authors: Shouhong Wang , Hai Wang

      JITE:IIP, Volume 12 (2013). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 12 (2013)
      Issue No: Vol. 12
       
  • Deepening Learning through Learning-by-Inventing
    • Deepening Learning through Learning-by-Inventing

      Authors: Mikko Apiola, Matti Tedre

      JITE:IIP, Volume 12 (2013). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 12 (2013)
      Issue No: Vol. 12
       
  • The Wheels on the Bot go Round and Round: Robotics Curriculum in
           Pre-Kindergarten
    • The Wheels on the Bot go Round and Round: Robotics Curriculum in Pre-Kindergarten

      Authors: Amanda Sullivan, Elizabeth R. Kazakoff, Marina Umashi Bers

      JITE:IIP, Volume 12 (2013). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 12 (2013)
      Issue No: Vol. 12
       
  • ICT Teachers’ Professional Growth Viewed in terms of Perceptions about
           Teaching and Competencies
    • ICT Teachers’ Professional Growth Viewed in terms of Perceptions about Teaching and Competencies

      Authors: Recep Cakir, Soner Yildirim

      JITE:IIP, Volume 12 (2013). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 12 (2013)
      Issue No: Vol. 12
       
  • First Year Engagement & Retention: A Goal-Setting Approach
    • First Year Engagement & Retention: A Goal-Setting Approach

      Authors: David Tuffley, Amy Antonio

      JITE:IIP, Volume 12 (2013). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 12 (2013)
      Issue No: Vol. 12
       
  • A Cross-Case Analysis of the Use of Web-Based ePortfolios in Higher
           Education
    • A Cross-Case Analysis of the Use of Web-Based ePortfolios in Higher Education

      Authors: Rochell R. McWhorter, Julie A. Delello, Paul B. Roberts, Cindy M. Raisor, Debra A. Fowler

      JITE:IIP, Volume 12 (2013). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 12 (2013)
      Issue No: Vol. 12
       
  • An Investigation of Student Expectation, Perceived Performance and
           Satisfaction of E-textbooks
    • An Investigation of Student Expectation, Perceived Performance and Satisfaction of E-textbooks

      Authors: George C. Philip , Soo-Young Moon

      JITE:IIP, Volume 12 (2013). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 12 (2013)
      Issue No: Vol. 12
       
  • A Hands-on Approach for Teaching Denial of Service Attacks: A Case Study
    • A Hands-on Approach for Teaching Denial of Service Attacks: A Case Study

      Authors: Zouheir Trabelsi, Walid Ibrahim

      JITE:IIP, Volume 12 (2013). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 12 (2013)
      Issue No: Vol. 12
       
  • Using the Work System Method with Freshman Information Systems Students
    • Using the Work System Method with Freshman Information Systems Students

      Authors: Jan Recker, Steven Alter

      JITE:IIP, Volume 11 (2012). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 11 (2012)
      Issue No: Vol. 11
       
  • Accelerating Software Development through Agile Practices - A Case Study
           of a Small-scale, Time-intensive Web Development Project at a
           College-level IT Competition
    • Accelerating Software Development through Agile Practices - A Case Study of a Small-scale, Time-intensive Web Development Project at a College-level IT Competition

      Authors: Xuesong (Sonya) Zhang, Bradley Dorn

      JITE:IIP, Volume 11 (2012). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 11 (2012)
      Issue No: Vol. 11
       
  • A Critical Analysis of Active Learning and an Alternative Pedagogical
           Framework for Introductory Information Systems Courses
    • A Critical Analysis of Active Learning and an Alternative Pedagogical Framework for Introductory Information Systems Courses

      Authors: John R. Drake

      JITE:IIP, Volume 11 (2012). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 11 (2012)
      Issue No: Vol. 11
       
  • Automatic Grading of Spreadsheet and Database Skills
    • Automatic Grading of Spreadsheet and Database Skills

      Authors: Zlatko J. Kovacic , John Steven Green

      JITE:IIP, Volume 11 (2012). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 11 (2012)
      Issue No: Vol. 11
       
  • An Exploratory Study on Using Wiki to Foster Student Teachers’
           Learner-centered Learning and Self and Peer Assessment
    • An Exploratory Study on Using Wiki to Foster Student Teachers’ Learner-centered Learning and Self and Peer Assessment

      Authors: Eugenia M. W. Ng, Yiu Chi Lai

      JITE:IIP, Volume 11 (2012). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 11 (2012)
      Issue No: Vol. 11
       
  • Disaster at a University: A Case Study in Information Security
    • Disaster at a University: A Case Study in Information Security

      Authors: Ramakrishna Ayyagari, Jonathan Tyks

      JITE:IIP, Volume 11 (2012). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 11 (2012)
      Issue No: Vol. 11
       
  • Designing a Mobile-app-based Collaborative Learning System
    • Designing a Mobile-app-based Collaborative Learning System

      Authors: Christopher Cheong, Vince Bruno, France Cheong

      JITE:IIP, Volume 11 (2012). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 11 (2012)
      Issue No: Vol. 11
       
  • Business Intelligence in College: A Teaching Case with Real Life Puzzles
    • Business Intelligence in College: A Teaching Case with Real Life Puzzles

      Authors: Wanda Presthus, Bendik Bygstad

      JITE:IIP, Volume 11 (2012). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 11 (2012)
      Issue No: Vol. 11
       
  • Incorporating Knowledge of Legal and Ethical Aspects into Computing
           Curricula of South African Universities
    • Incorporating Knowledge of Legal and Ethical Aspects into Computing Curricula of South African Universities

      Authors: Ian Wayman, Michael Kyobe

      JITE:IIP, Volume 11 (2012). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 11 (2012)
      Issue No: Vol. 11
       
  • Re-purposing Google Maps Visualisation for Teaching Logistics Systems
    • Re-purposing Google Maps Visualisation for Teaching Logistics Systems

      Authors: France Cheong, Christopher Cheong, Ferry Jie

      JITE:IIP, Volume 11 (2012). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 11 (2012)
      Issue No: Vol. 11
       
  • Student Perceptions of Microblogging: Integrating Twitter with Blogging to
           Support Learning and Interaction
    • Student Perceptions of Microblogging: Integrating Twitter with Blogging to Support Learning and Interaction

      Authors: Brian Thoms

      JITE:IIP, Volume 11 (2012). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 11 (2012)
      Issue No: Vol. 11
       
  • Enhancing Classroom Learning Experience by Providing Structures to
           Microblogging-based Activities
    • Enhancing Classroom Learning Experience by Providing Structures to Microblogging-based Activities

      Authors: Tian Luo, Fei Gao

      JITE:IIP, Volume 11 (2012). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 11 (2012)
      Issue No: Vol. 11
       
  • The Study of Motivation in Library and Information Management Education:
           Qualitative and Quantitative Research
    • The Study of Motivation in Library and Information Management Education: Qualitative and Quantitative Research

      Authors: Carmen Pérez-Sabater, Begoña Montero-Fleta

      JITE:IIP, Volume 11 (2012). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 11 (2012)
      Issue No: Vol. 11
       
  • Learning from Online Video Lectures
    • Learning from Online Video Lectures

      Authors: H. David Brecht

      JITE:IIP, Volume 11 (2012). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 11 (2012)
      Issue No: Vol. 11
       
  • Technology-based Participatory Learning for Indigenous Children in Chiapas
           Schools, Mexico
    • Technology-based Participatory Learning for Indigenous Children in Chiapas Schools, Mexico

      Authors: Yolanda Heredia, Jose I. Icaza

      JITE:IIP, Volume 11 (2012). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 11 (2012)
      Issue No: Vol. 11
       
  • Utilizing BlueJ to Teach Polymorphism in an Advanced Object-Oriented
           Programming Course
    • Utilizing BlueJ to Teach Polymorphism in an Advanced Object-Oriented Programming Course

      Authors: Basem Y. Alkazemi, Grami M. Grami

      JITE:IIP, Volume 11 (2012). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 11 (2012)
      Issue No: Vol. 11
       
  • A Hybrid Approach for Selecting a Course Management System: A Case Study
    • A Hybrid Approach for Selecting a Course Management System: A Case Study

      Authors: Anil Aggarwal, Veena Adlakha, Terry Ross

      JITE:IIP, Volume 11 (2012). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 11 (2012)
      Issue No: Vol. 11
       
  • Effective Adoption of Tablets in Post-Secondary Education: Recommendations
           Based on a Trial of iPads in University Classes
    • Effective Adoption of Tablets in Post-Secondary Education: Recommendations Based on a Trial of iPads in University Classes

      Authors: Colin F. Mang, Leslie J. Wardley

      JITE:IIP, Volume 11 (2012). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 11 (2012)
      Issue No: Vol. 11
       
  • Windows 8: What Educators Need to Know
    • Windows 8: What Educators Need to Know

      Authors: Richard G. Vedder

      JITE:IIP, Volume 11 (2012). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 11 (2012)
      Issue No: Vol. 11
       
  • Students’ Understanding of Advanced Properties of Java Exceptions
    • Students’ Understanding of Advanced Properties of Java Exceptions

      Authors: Rami Rashkovits, Ilana Lavy

      JITE:IIP, Volume 11 (2012). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 11 (2012)
      Issue No: Vol. 11
       
  • A Functional Programming Approach to AI Search Algorithms
    • A Functional Programming Approach to AI Search Algorithms

      Authors: János Pánovics

      JITE:IIP, Volume 11 (2012). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 11 (2012)
      Issue No: Vol. 11
       
  • The Implementation of Hypertext-based Learning Media for a Local Cultural
           Based Learning
    • The Implementation of Hypertext-based Learning Media for a Local Cultural Based Learning

      Authors: Made Windu Antara Kesiman, Ketut Agustini

      JITE:IIP, Volume 11 (2012). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 11 (2012)
      Issue No: Vol. 11
       
  • Exploring Educational and Cultural Adaptation through Social Networking
           Sites
    • Exploring Educational and Cultural Adaptation through Social Networking Sites

      Authors: Sherry D. Ryan, Michael J. Magro, Jason H. Sharp

      JITE:IIP, Volume 10 (2011). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 10 (2011)
      Issue No: Vol. 10
       
  • Digital Bridge or Digital Divide' A Case Study Review of the
           Implementation of the ‘Computers for Pupils Programme’ in a Birmingham
           Secondary School
    • Digital Bridge or Digital Divide? A Case Study Review of the Implementation of the ‘Computers for Pupils Programme’ in a Birmingham Secondary School

      Authors: Jonathan Padraig Morris

      JITE:IIP, Volume 10 (2011). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 10 (2011)
      Issue No: Vol. 10
       
  • Unstructured vs. Structured Use of Laptops in Higher Education
    • Unstructured vs. Structured Use of Laptops in Higher Education

      Authors: Robin Kay, Sharon Lauricella

      JITE:IIP, Volume 10 (2011). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 10 (2011)
      Issue No: Vol. 10
       
  • Establishing an Institutional Framework for an E-learning Implementation
           – Experiences from the University of Rijeka, Croatia
    • Establishing an Institutional Framework for an E-learning Implementation – Experiences from the University of Rijeka, Croatia

      Authors: Marta Zuvic-Butorac, Zoran Nebic, Damir Nemcanin, Tonci Mikac, Pero Lucin

      JITE:IIP, Volume 10 (2011). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 10 (2011)
      Issue No: Vol. 10
       
  • Fostering Digital Literacy through Web-based Collaborative Inquiry
           Learning – A Case Study
    • Fostering Digital Literacy through Web-based Collaborative Inquiry Learning – A Case Study

      Authors: Jun FU, Jacky POW

      JITE:IIP, Volume 10 (2011). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 10 (2011)
      Issue No: Vol. 10
       
  • Collaborative Writing with Web 2.0 Technologies: Education Students’
           Perceptions
    • Collaborative Writing with Web 2.0 Technologies: Education Students’ Perceptions

      Authors: Cornelia Brodahl, Said Hadjerrouit, Nils Kristian Hansen

      JITE:IIP, Volume 10 (2011). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 10 (2011)
      Issue No: Vol. 10
       
  • A Low Cost Course Information Syndication System
    • A Low Cost Course Information Syndication System

      Authors: Anuoluwapo Ajayi, Emmanuel A. Olajubu, Sururah A. Bello, H. Abimbola Soriyan, Abiola V. Obamuyide

      JITE:IIP, Volume 10 (2011). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 10 (2011)
      Issue No: Vol. 10
       
  • Two-Dimensional Parson’s Puzzles: The Concept, Tools, and First
           Observations
    • Two-Dimensional Parson’s Puzzles: The Concept, Tools, and First Observations

      Authors: Petri Ihantola, Ville Karavirta

      JITE:IIP, Volume 10 (2011). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 10 (2011)
      Issue No: Vol. 10
       
  • Virtual University: A Peer to Peer Open Education Network
    • Virtual University: A Peer to Peer Open Education Network

      Authors: Amir R. Razavi, Abbas Strømmen-Bakhtiar, Paul Krause

      JITE:IIP, Volume 10 (2011). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 10 (2011)
      Issue No: Vol. 10
       
  • A Meta-ethnographic Synthesis of Support Services in Distance Learning
           Programs
    • A Meta-ethnographic Synthesis of Support Services in Distance Learning Programs

      Authors: Jean Marie Tuquero

      JITE:IIP, Volume 10 (2011). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 10 (2011)
      Issue No: Vol. 10
       
  • Open-Source ERP: Is It Ripe for Use in Teaching Supply Chain
           Management'
    • Open-Source ERP: Is It Ripe for Use in Teaching Supply Chain Management?

      Authors: Minh Q. Huynh, Hung W Chu

      JITE:IIP, Volume 10 (2011). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 10 (2011)
      Issue No: Vol. 10
       
  • Pattern of Plagiarism in Novice Students’ Generated Programs: An
           Experimental Approach
    • Pattern of Plagiarism in Novice Students’ Generated Programs: An Experimental Approach

      Authors: Marzieh Ahmadzadeh, Elham Mahmoudabadi, Farzad Khodadadi

      JITE:IIP, Volume 10 (2011). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 10 (2011)
      Issue No: Vol. 10
       
  • Introducing Text Analytics as a Graduate Business School Course
    • Introducing Text Analytics as a Graduate Business School Course

      Authors: Theresa M. Edgington

      JITE:IIP, Volume 10 (2011). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 10 (2011)
      Issue No: Vol. 10
       
  • Using Wikis to Enhance Website Peer Evaluation in an Online Website
           Development Course: An Exploratory Study
    • Using Wikis to Enhance Website Peer Evaluation in an Online Website Development Course: An Exploratory Study

      Authors: Wu He

      JITE:IIP, Volume 10 (2011). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 10 (2011)
      Issue No: Vol. 10
       
  • Level of Student Effort Should Replace Contact Time in Course Design
    • Level of Student Effort Should Replace Contact Time in Course Design

      Authors: Elizabeth McDaniel

      JITE:IIP, Volume 10 (2011). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 10 (2011)
      Issue No: Vol. 10
       
  • Using Digital Logs to Reduce Academic Misdemeanour by Students in Digital
           Forensic Assessments
    • Using Digital Logs to Reduce Academic Misdemeanour by Students in Digital Forensic Assessments

      Authors: Harjinder Singh Lallie, Phillip Lawson, David J. Day

      JITE:IIP, Volume 10 (2011). Details

      JITE:IIP, Volume 10 (2011)
      Issue No: Vol. 10
       
 
 
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