Jennifer D. E. Thomas

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One of the primary aims of higher education in today's information technology enabled classroom is to make students more active in the learning process. The intended outcome of this increased IT-facilitated student engagement is to foster important skills such as critical thinking used in both academia and workplace environments. Critical thinking (CT)(More)
introduCtion Untold studies have looked at the effect of courses delivered in a traditional classroom setting, using traditional delivery methods versus courses delivered with some technology integration, usually in the form of PowerPoint presentations within the classroom and, in some cases, Internet access, to courses at the far end of the spectrum taught(More)
A major issue facing the multinational corporation (MNC) knowledge management (KM) function is grappling with how information and communications technology (ICT) can best assist in promoting innovation and creativity, shepherding ideas from concept through reality. This paper presents a model in which to examine this development that is designed to promote(More)
This paper examines students' perceptions of their acquisition of various higher order thinking skills as developed through the use of various activities and resources in an entirely online Undergraduate Introductory Statistics course. The results indicate that certain activities and resources contribute more to the perception of the development of certain(More)
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