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Information Technology and Managing Quality Education
Arthur Tatnall, Omponye Kereteletswe, Adrie Visscher
Book Front Matter
Managing Quality Education – Identifying the Learning Needs of the Individual, Then Satisfying Them
Don Passey
1-10
Value Chain of Technology in Higher Education Institutions: From IT Resources to Technological Performance
Jacques Bulchand-Gidumal, Santiago Melián-González, Javier Osorio-Acosta
11-19
Using Information Technology to Promote Thinking
Maree Skillen
20-29
Age, Gender and Culture as Correlates of Use of Knowledge Management Systems in Makerere University
F. Bakkabulindi, B. Sekabembe
30-42
Managing the Online Student Experience: An Ecological Model
Bill Davey, Arthur Tatnall
43-51
Using Open Source Software for Improving Dialog in Computer Science Education – Case Mozambique University
Nicholas Mavengere, Mikko Ruohonen
52-61
A Baseline for a School Management Information System
Alan Strickley
62-74
Implementation of the Technological Plan for Education in Portugal, a School Perspective
António Castro, Leonel Santos
75-85
In Search of a Conceptual Framework for the Capacities of University ITEM
Ronald Bisaso
86-94
Bridging the Knowledge Gap for African Researchers through Open Access Publishing: The Case of African Higher Education Research Online (AHERO)
Beatrice Sekabembe, Jude Ssempebwa
95-103
Moving towards 2020: A Tentative Approach to ITEM
Javier Osorio, Jacques Bulchand
104-112
Innovation or Renovation? The Management of Strategic and Adoption Decisions within a University
Arthur Tatnall, Karen Manning
113-120
The ‘Educational Lot’ for Young People Who Are NEET: Quality Management and Roles of Management Information Systems
Don Passey
121-129
Emerging Issues in the Utilization of Synchronous ICT in the Delivery of Distance Education at Public Universities in Uganda
Rita Nankanja, Ronald Bisaso
130-138
eLearning Attitudes in Botswana’s Private Sector
Paul Nleya
139-148
Using Information Technology in Education to Manage a Professional Learning Community (PLC)
Maree Skillen
149-155
Does Personality Type Affect Teachers’ Information Systems Utilization in Pedagogy? The Makerere University Lecturers’ Experience
David Kabugo
156-165
Optimization Technique for Implementation of Blended Learning in Constrained Low Bandwidth Environment
Nazir Suhail, Jude Lubega
166-173
The GES Connect Digitally Programme: Shaping Parental Engagement through Technology
Alan Strickley, Tim Spiers
174-185
A Comparative Study of Access to Web-Enabled Services in Botswana and the UK: Issues, Obstacles and Solutions
Moses Moreri, Maubrey Pitso, Alan Strickley
186-194
Justification of ICT Expenditure: Input and Outputs
Jacques Bulchand, Omponye Kereteletswe, Antonio Castro, Maipelo Molebatsi, Marcos Maedza
195-198
Online Learning Features and Factors in Getting the Blend Right
Paul Nleya, Sethunya Kgaodi, Letlhogonolo Moaneng, Godfrey Kalanke, Javier Osorio, Nicholas Mavengere, Ramaraju Gavarraju, Prince Marokane, Selefo Sabone
199-203

 

 


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