Handbook of Research for educational Communications and Technology

@inproceedings{Tennyson1997HandbookOR,
  title={Handbook of Research for educational Communications and Technology},
  author={Robert D. Tennyson and David H. Jonassen},
  year={1997}
}

Blended Learning. Education in a Smart Learning Environment: 13th International Conference, ICBL 2020, Bangkok, Thailand, August 24–27, 2020, Proceedings

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This paper introduces this system’s pilot applications in the epidemic time of novel coronavirus in 2020 and its architecture and working mechanism, POOOIIM (Pedagogical ObjectiveOrientedOutput, Input and ImplementationMechanism), illustrated with practical examples.

The Integration and Use of ICT Across the Secondary School

Many different technologies are available to support teaching and learning in schools and their role is a key topic for debate in contemporary education (Selwyn, 2011b; Lankshear & Knobel, 2006;

The effectiveness of the social network in higher education in Saudi Arabia : action research to develop an e-learning conceptual model based on blog tools

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The aim of this book is to contribute towards the humanizing of science and the promotion of knowledge and understanding of science.

Ontology Based Feedback Generation in Design-Orientated e-Learning Systems

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This paper develops algorithms with which valuable feedback is automatically created to learners during learning, and to authors during course development, and develops a formalism with which course developers can specify domain and task specific feedback to learners.

Digitizing distance learning materials: Measuring students’ readiness and intended challenges

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It is argued that in the midst of challenges bothering on access levels and high cost of internet, distance education institutions can operate the policy on bring-your-own-device (BYOD) in which distance learners make use of their personally owned devices to access digital content to support their learning.

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The Effect of a Flipped Classroom Model on Academic Achievement, Self-Directed Learning Readiness, Motivation And Retention

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Study findings showed that there was a significant difference between groups in terms of academic achievement, motivation and retention, however, nosignificant difference between the experimental and control groups in Terms of self directed learning readiness was found.

Information Literacy: Key to an Inclusive Society

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A high correlation is indicated between student teachers’ attitudes towards disability and social inclusion, the self-assessment of information literacy and perceived attributes of ICT access and usage.
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