Interdisciplinary Journal of e-Skills and Lifelong Learning

Articles from Vol. 12, Annual

Computer Skills Training and Readiness to Work with Computers
Introduction Information and communication technology (ICT) is part of the everyday life in the 21st century, and the rapid development of ICT requires a completely new set of skills related to technological literacy (Voogt & Roblin, 2012)....
Developing a Multidimensional Checklist for Evaluating Language-Learning Websites Coherent with the Communicative Approach: A Path for the Knowing-How-to-Do Enhancement
Introduction The great influence of the Internet on all areas of society (e.g., politics, economy, leisure, relationships, education) has managed to redefine and extend the boundaries of interpersonal communication, entertainment, information transfer,...
Greek Nursery School Teachers' Thoughts and Self-Efficacy on Using ICT in Relation to Their School Unit Position: The Case of Kavala
Introduction In the last decade, a very broad debate has been launched on the integration of new technologies in the educational process and how it benefits students and also teachers both in cognitive and educational level (Jimoyiannis, 2008)....
Investigating the Perception of Stakeholders on Soft Skills Development of Students: Evidence from South Africa
Introduction Joseph, Ang, Chang, and Slaughter (2010) refer to a growing awareness that technical skills alone are insufficient for success in IT, particularly in today's dynamic, distributed, and complex workplace. A broader set of skills, beyond...
Learning from Online Modules in Diverse Instructional Contexts
Introduction Online learning objects (LOs) are small, stand-alone, mediated content resources that can be reused in multiple instructional contexts, serving as building blocks to develop lessons, modules, or courses. While the definitions of learning...
Students' Perceptions on MOOCs: An Exploratory Study
Introduction Massive Online Open Courses (MOOCs) are online courses that attract various people from the entire world. They are defined as open, free, easily accessed, participatory and distributed courses (Pappano, 2012). Siemens (2013) suggests...
The Influence of Social Media on Collaborative Learning in a Cohort Environment
Introduction In the quest to understand the influence of media and its benefits on education, researchers have historically looked at media as one component of learning and achievement with mixed reactions. As the concept of media evolved to include...
Tuning Primary Learning Style for Children with Secondary Behavioral Patterns
Introduction Rapid development of technology has made it a necessity to provide people life-long learning facilities. Life-long learning is the "life-long, voluntary, and self-motivated" pursuit of knowledge for either personal or professional reasons...
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