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#1Fabrizio Di Meo (University of Alcalá)H-Index: 1
#2Carmen-Pilar Martí-Ballester (Autonomous University of Barcelona)H-Index: 5
This study assessed how students’ perceptions of online quizzes and the use of three electronic devices to solve them affected their performance. A sample of 208 students enrolled in an introductory accounting course at the Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona completed online quizzes as part of their evaluation and filled in a questionnaire on their perceptions of such quizzes and the electronic devices they used to do them on. Their scores were collected both for the online quizzes and their exam...
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#1Sedat Akayoğlu (Abant Izzet Baysal University)H-Index: 1
#2H. Müge Satar (Newcastle University)H-Index: 4
Last.Sibel Korkmazgil (Cumhuriyet University)H-Index: 2
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With rapid changes in information and communication technologies, it is no longer sufficient for language teachers and pre-service teachers (PTs) to know how to use existing digital tools. They also need to be digitally literate in order to critically evaluate such tools and platforms for safe, wise, and productive use. Within a qualitative approach, this study investigated Turkish PTs’ conceptualisation of digital literacy. This included an exploration of how PTs defined this concept, what kind...
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#1Herma Jonker (Windesheim University of Applied Sciences)H-Index: 1
#2Virginie März (UCL: Université catholique de Louvain)H-Index: 3
Last.Joke Voogt (Windesheim University of Applied Sciences)H-Index: 29
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This study offers insights into the processes that play a role in realising curriculum flexibility. Curriculum flexibility is conceptualised in terms of adaptability and accessibility of the curriculum to students’ needs and capabilities. To realise curriculum flexibility, the teacher education institution in this study designed a blended curriculum with face-to-face and online components. This flexible curriculum aimed at increasing student enrolment and allowing for variety in students’ gradua...
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This study examines university students’ multitasking with computers and mobile phones in an authentic self-study context, with the primary focus being on off-task multitasking and interruption as precursor to multitasking. The study drew on interviews, observation, and video-stimulated recall to reveal the triggers for and processes of multitasking. It has identified pop-up notifications as the main external interruption and task completion as well as boredom as the internal sources of interrup...
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#1Chung-Yu Lin (NTPU: National Taipei University)
#2Chung-Kai Huang (National Taipei University of Business)
Last.Chao-Jung Ko (NUTN: National University of Tainan)
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With advances in information and communication technology, blended learning has become an effective approach for highlighting disciplinary effects and accommodating student population diversity. Faculty members in business schools have developed an understanding of design approaches that have evolved and selected appropriate designs for blended courses. This study combines the approaches of blended and team-based learning to support a management course. This study involved 197 undergraduate busi...
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Research-based learning (RBL) is an approach that aims to engage students in research activities within their study discipline. Since this method puts the focus on the learner, Web 2.0 tools are considered to provide good support in enhancing collaboration processes, which are necessary in conducting research in real-life situations. The link between RBL and the use of digital technologies in higher education has not yet been extensively empirically explored. Therefore, the main aim of this stud...
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#1Deborah West (Flinders University)H-Index: 2
#2Ann Luzeckyj (Flinders University)H-Index: 4
Last.Bill Searle (CDU: Charles Darwin University)H-Index: 2
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Increasingly learning analytics (LA) has begun utilising staff- and student-facing dashboards capturing visualisations to present data to support student success and improve learning and teaching. The use of LA is complex, multifaceted and raises many issues for consideration, including ethical and legal challenges, competing stakeholder views and implementation decisions. It is widely acknowledged that LA development requires input from various stakeholders. This conceptual article explores the...
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#1Matthew Kearney (UTS: University of Technology, Sydney)H-Index: 18
#2Damian Maher (UTS: University of Technology, Sydney)H-Index: 8
Last.Lien Pham (UTS: University of Technology, Sydney)H-Index: 4
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This study investigates how final year pre-service teachers (PSTs) from several countries use social media to support their online professional learning network (PLN) activities. Adopting a mixed-methods approach, it uses a global survey and interview methods to generate fresh insights into PSTs’ informally-developed online PLN practices and their perceived benefits of these self-initiated activities. Findings uncover new understandings of contemporary PSTs’ patterns of use and configurations of...
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Currently pre-service teachers (PSTs) practise teaching by interacting in real-life situations naturally occurring within variable school-based practicums. These are not ideal contexts for beginning teachers because they put novices in situations with real students before demonstrating capability, feedback is often not at point of need and they do not provide all students with similar experiences. Simulation and micro-teaching combine to provide a technological solution to bridge the gap between...
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#1Susan Y. H. Sun (AUT: Auckland University of Technology)
#2Peter Goodyear (USYD: University of Sydney)H-Index: 33
University students involved in online courses play an active role in adapting the tasks they are set and the environment(s) in which they work. They also make adjustments to their working relationships with other people in an effort to improve their learning and/or fit study demands into wider life. The term co-configuration refers to the ways in which students customise what has been designed for them. Co-configuration is important but often invisible to the teachers and designers responsible ...
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