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Stakeholders and Information Technology in Education
Torsten Brinda, Nicholas Mavengere, Ilkka Haukijärvi, Cathy Lewin, Don Passey
Front Matter

Computer Studies - Developing Practices and Involving Stakeholders


Fathers and Male Guardians Are Important Stakeholders in Children’s Education: Do Lego Building and Scratch-like Programming Activities Hold a Key to Involving Them More?
Don Passey, Gavin Hawkins, Darren Clift
3-15
Measuring an Impact of Block-Based Language in Introductory Programming
Yoshiaki Matsuzawa, Yoshiki Tanaka, Sanshiro Sakai
16-25
Curriculum Issues, Competence Models and Informatics Education in Austrian Secondary Schools: Challenges Now and Ahead
Peter Micheuz
26-36
Modelling Competency in the Field of OOP: From Investigating Computer Science Curricula to Developing Test Items
Matthias Kramer, David Tobinski, Torsten Brinda
37-46
Introducing Collaborative Practices to Undergraduate Studies
Jaana Holvikivi, Minna Lakkala, Hanni Muukkonen
47-55

Teacher Education - Key Stakeholder Practices


Introducing Blended Learning MOOC – A Study of One bMOOC in Norwegian Teacher Education
Inger Langseth, Halvdan Haugsbakken
59-71
cMOOC: How to Assist Teachers in Integrating Motivational Aspects in Pedagogical Scenarios?
Aicha Bakki, Lahcen Oubahssi, Chihab Cherkaoui, Sébastien George
72-81
Using Images as a Stimulus to Explore the Identity of Student Teachers in Computing
Eleanor Overland
82-91

Developments in Educational Management


Datafication in Education: A Multi-Level Challenge for IT in Educational Management
Andreas Breiter
95-103
IT in Educational Management: Can it Support Solution of e-Cheating Problem?
R. Gajewski
104-113
Business Process Management (BPM) and e-Government: An Experience at University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (ULPGC)
Pablo Hernández-Bolaños, Jorge Rodríguez-Díaz
114-123
Alternative Ways of Involving Stakeholders: The Rise of Entrepreneurism in Higher Education and the Case of a Learning Enterprise
Ana-Paula Correia
124-129
Vingt Ans Après: Analysis of WG 3.7’s Published Work on Information Technology in Educational Management (1994–2014)
Javier Osorio, Julia Nieves
130-138

Information and Communication Technologies for Social and National Development


Digital Pedagogy for Enhanced Social Qualities, Collaborative Processes and Quality of Learning
Nicholas Mavengere, Mikko Ruohonen
141-151
Exploring the Information and ICT Skills of Health Professionals in Low- and Middle-Income Countries
Annariina Koivu, Nicholas Mavengere, Mikko. Ruohonen, Lucy Hederman, Jane Grimson
152-162
An ICT Model to Enhance Teaching and Learning in a Resource Constrained Setting: A Case of Malawi
Richard Pankomera, Darelle Greunen
163-173
The Project Case: A West African Digital University
Adewunmi Ogunbase, Roope Raisamo
174-181

 


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