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Category: ICT in education

Research Reviews

Internet usage and educational outcomes
Rural students and digital literacy
Are we ready for BYOD?
Flipped learning
Australian students and ICT literacy
Technology and assessment
Learning to teach in a flipped science classroom
Task switching and multitasking
Australian students in a digital world
Calculating whether 1:1 laptop programs transform maths teaching
New models to equip learners for the knowledge age
Categorisation of educational technology professionals
Pre-service teacher ICT preparedness
Computer education
Young children’s use of technology
Teachers’ changing practices with ICT
Are teachers better at using technology than students?
Online professional development
Adoption by educators
K-12 digital tools
University ICT practices
Education infrastructure
Research informed policy
MOOC directions
Digital technology trends and learning
Teaching practice
Global digital reality
Young children on the internet
Reflecting with multimedia
Backchannel interaction
Digital learning in teacher education
Bring your own
Future strategy
Australian teenagers and ICT
Student expectations
Integrating digital technologies
Handhelds in classrooms
Laptop take-up
Classroom observation
Teachers using technology
Learning to integrate ICT
Evaluating information online
Reading in online environments
The ‘digital natives’ and ICT literacy
Digital content
Software practices
Reality learning
Screenface


ICT Research

Evolving classrooms: unlocking teachers’ perceptions and how they impact digital literacy practices
The educational possibilities of Augmented Reality
Promoting digital competence in secondary education: are schools there? Insights from a case study
Making sense of blended learning: treasuring an older tradition or finding a better future?
Efforts to increase students’ interest in pursuing science, technology, engineering and mathematics
Flipped learning - research report
Attitudes of preschool teachers towards using information and communication technologies (ICT)
Opportunity for all? Technology and learning in lower-income families
Evaluation of STEMNET’s operations and impacts 2011-15: summary report
Review of continued progress: promising evidence on personalized learning
Continued progress: promising evidence on personalized learning
Effective and ineffective uses of emerging technologies: towards a transformative pedagogical model
Making a place for curricular transformation at the University of Technology Sydney
Measuring student engagement in an online program
Are we ready for BYOD? A systematic review of the implementation and communication of BYOD
Transforming STEM teaching in Australian primary schools: everybody’s business
Digital examination in higher education – Experiences from three different perspectives
Using Moodle in secondary education: a case study of the course “Research Project” in Greece
Ghana iREAD study 2012-2014 - final evaluation
ICT in education in Central and West Asia - a work in progress
ICT in education policy, infrastructure, and ODA status in selected ASEAN countries
The impact and reach of MOOCs: a developing countries’ perspective
Prospective English language teachers’ experiences in Facebook
What do we know about the effective uses of information and communication technologies in education
A study of the tablet computer’s application in K-12 schools in China
Using multimedia technology to build a community of practice
Turning on mobile learning - Latin America
Mobile learning: moving past the myths and embracing the opportunities
M-learning adoption: a perspective from a developing country
Massive Open Online Courses for Africa by Africa
Using mobile phones to improve educational outcomes: an analysis of evidence from Asia
Impact of ICTs on open and distance learning in a developing country setting
Developing and deploying OERs in sub-Saharan Africa: building on the present
Challenges of implementing e-Learning in Kenya: a case of Kenyan public universities
Technology-enhanced learning in developing nations: a review
Students’ perception of blended learning environment: a case study
Community outreach projects as a sustainable way of introducing information technology
Success factors for ICT implementation in Saudi secondary schools
Evaluation of elearning usage in South African universities: a critical review
Barriers and strategies on adoption of e-learning in Tanzanian higher learning institutions
Promoting teaching and learning in Ghanaian Basic Schools through ICT
Teachers’ ICT usage in second-cycle institutions in Ghana: a qualitative study
Uncovering reading habits of university students in Uganda: Does ICT matter?
Using technology in foreign language teaching (Book Review)
Students’ attitudes towards cyber-homework
Web literacy and technology integration: moving beyond TPACK with student-centered instruction
The pen or the paper? Written expression supports for secondary students
A study on English preparatory program students’ use and acceptance of mobile phones
The views of pre-service teachers who take special teaching course
Flipped learning: using online video to transform learning
Using word clouds in online discussions to support critical thinking and engagement
Virtual reality based behavioral learning for autistic children
Re-designing university courses to support collaborative knowledge creation practices
Assuring best practice in technology-enhanced learning environments
Students in higher education: social and academic uses of digital technology
Teacher knowledge and geospatial technologies
Preservice teachers’ ability to identify technology standards: Does curriculum matter?
National Assessment Program – ICT Literacy Years 6 & 10
R&E networks: pathways to innovation for K-12
Computing our future: computer programming and coding: priorities, school curricula and initiatives
Research students’ conceptions of the role of information and communication technologies
University student learning and the impact of technology on their learning
State digital learning exemplars
Navigating the digital shift: mapping the acquisition of digital instructional materials
Teacher design knowledge and beliefs for technology enhanced learning materials in early literacy
Engaging or distracting: children’s tablet computer use in education
A narrative approach to studying the diversification of inquiry learning
Making connections: technological interventions to support students in using, and tutors in creating
Teacher beliefs and their influence on technology use: a case study
Orchestration in learning technology research: evaluation of a conceptual framework
Pedagogy for the connected science classroom: computer supported collaborative science and the next
How and why digital generation teachers use technology in the classroom
The very idea of e-Exams: student (pre)conceptions
The Australian Digital Technologies Curriculum: challenge and opportunity
Collaborative professional development of mentor teachers and pre-service teachers…
A case study of a TPACK-based approach to teacher professional development
Have technology and multitasking rewired how students learn?
Task selection, task switching and multitasking during computer-based independent study
The role of technology in increasing preservice teachers’ anticipation ...
Coding across the curriculum
Let’s talk about digital learners in the digital era
Australian students in a digital world
One-to-one laptop programs: is transformation occurring in mathematics teaching?
Reviewing and constructing categories for educational technology professionals
Introducing educational technologies to teachers: experience report
Lessons learned from a chalkboard: slow and steady technology integration
Evaluation of One Laptop Per Child (OLPC): trial project in the Solomon Islands
Evaluation of OLPC programs globally: a literature review
Pioneering the digital age of instruction: Learning from and about K-12 online teachers
Women and ICT: why are girls still not attracted to ICT studies and careers?
Making education a priority in the post-2015 development agenda
Digital Divas: designing approaches to enthuse girls’ interest in ICT studies and ICT careers
Digital Divas: working to change students’ perceptions about ICT courses and careers
ICT skills and training development a ‘state of play’
Building sustainable networks for young women and ICTs throughout Australia - final report
ICT - enabled innovation for learning in Europe and Asia
Australian Curriculum Learning Areas: Technologies
Beyond the classroom: a new digital education for young Australians in the 21st century
Digital Education Revolution – National Partnership, 2009
Bringing real children into the online English curriculum



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