International Journal of Education and Development using Information and Communication Technology

International Journal of Education and Development using Information and Communication Technology is an academic journal focusing on International Education and Development using Information and Communication Technology

Articles from Vol. 3, No. 3, October

Adoption and Usage of ICT in Developing Countries: Case of Ugandan Firms
ABSTRACTInformation and Communication Technology (ICT) is regarded as a driver and enabler of economic development is most countries including Uganda. The study examined the extent of adoption and usage of ICT on one hundred and ten firms in Uganda;...
Can the Internet in Tertiary Education in Africa Contribute to Social and Economic Development?
ABSTRACTPoor Internet connectivity is one of the serious underlying causes of the digital divide between developing and industrialized countries, and is hampering the transition to the global information society. The recent emergence of national and...
Construct Validation of ICT Indicators Measurement Scale (ICTIMS)
ABSTRACTThis study aims to analyze psychometric features of a scale which was developed to measure indicators of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) at an undergraduate institution in Turkey. Issues forming successful ICT integration were...
Editorial: Participation, Collaboration and Effective Use of ICT
Welcome to Volume 3 Issue 3 of the International Journal of Education and Development using Information and Communication Technology (IJEDICT). This issue brings articles from and/or about Bangladesh, China, Greece, the Netherlands, Oman, South Africa,...
Effectiveness of Video as an Instructional Medium in Teaching Rural Children Agricultural and Environmental Sciences
ABSTRACTThe study was conducted to determine the effectiveness of video in comparison with selected instructional media for teaching primary school pupils Agriculture and Environmental Sciences. It examined also the effect of gender and grade on the...
E-Learning Data Warehouse Maintenance System for Collaborative Learning Availability Resources Optimization
ABSTRACTAn E-learning Data Warehouse (EDW) is constituted of information collected from heterogeneous, distributed, and autonomous E-learning Information Sources (EISs). EDW, which is fed by view definitions' built upon EISs, is frequently interrogated...
Improving Production and Accessibility of Agricultural Information through Capacity-Building, Networking and Partnerships in the South Pacific
Project Title: Development of Sustainable Agriculture in the Pacific (DSAP) ProjectProject Objective: The overall DSAP project objective is to increase sustainable agricultural production of farm families in the 16 participating countries of the Pacific...
Introducing Educational Computer Programmes through Evaluation: A Case in South African Disadvantaged Schools
ABSTRACTI report on evaluation strategies that could be used to introduce an educational computer programme (ECP) in disadvantaged schools. The strategies include social dialogue, using the teachers' value systems such as Ubuntu together with participant...
Researching a Participatory Design for Learning Process in an Intercultural Context
ABSTRACTThe School of Education, University of Nottingham (UoN), UK and Beiwai:Online, Beijing Foreign Studies University (BFSU) Beijing, China have been engaged on a collaborative project to develop a generic module for the training of online tutors...
Teaching History Using a Virtual Reality Modelling Language Model of Erechtheum
ABSTRACTThe aim of this paper is to present a Virtual Reality Modelling Language VRML exploration of the Erechtheum in Athens. It addresses the 4th grade students and it constitutes a teaching approach trough the use of various representations created...
The Innovative Elements in Non-Formal Education of Bangladesh: Perspective of Income Generating Programmes for Poverty Alleviation
ABSTRACTThis paper attempts to explore the innovative elements of non-formal education of Bangladesh in terms of its contribution towards poverty alleviation through income generating programmes. A survey of the beneficiaries, focus group discussions,...
The Status of Omani Women in the ICT Sector
ABSTRACTWomen in the Arab Gulf region in general and in Oman in particular are at a higher risk of being marginalized from today's knowledge-based economy, due to factual findings related to a traditionally male-dominated ICT sector, unequal access to...
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