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Sustainable ICT, Education and Learning
Arthur Tatnall, Nicholas Mavengere
Front Matter
Promoting Innovation by Adding Entrepreneurial Education to a Natural Sciences Curriculum-Case Tanzania
Ville Taajamaa, Emma Nkonoki, Antero Järvi, Lauri Hooli
1-6
Using Mobile Devices and Online Tools to Promote Students’ Learning
Ana Carvalho
7-15
A Transformation into Digitally Supported Education: Case from the State University of Zanzibar
Umayra Nabahany, Anne-Marie Mosbech, Mwanajuma Mgeni, Said Yunus
16-23
Making Use of Portfolios to Enhance Learning
Josephine Gabi, Nicholas Mavengere
24-29
Sustainable E-Learning – A Case Study on the Pros and Cons of Certification
Bent Andresen
30-38
eHealth as the Trigger Initiative That May Foster Development in Health Care Delivery in Tanzania
Ernest Simon, Andrew Mushi
39-44
A Pilot Teaching Project, “Keeping Safe”, Exploring the Use of “Scratch 3” Computer Coding Files and Computer-Generated Music Files Created in “Sibelius”, to Support Young Adults with Language Learning Difficulties and Disabilities at Lambeth College, in South London
Lloyd Mead, Lawrence Williams, Beth Mead
45-54
Digital Games in Primary Schools for the Development of Key Transversal Skills
Rosa Bottino, Augusto Chioccariello, Laura Freina, Mauro Tavella
55-65
Computational Thinking Nurturing Skills and Inspiring Pedagogy for Sustainable Education in the 21st Century
Christophe Reffay, Phuwadol Viroonluecha
66-77
Researching Computers and Education Through Actor-Network Theory
Arthur Tatnall
78-88
Automatically Generating Programming Questions Corresponding to Rubrics Using Assertions and Invariants
Masami Hagiya, Kosuke Fukuda, Yoshinori Tanabe, Toshinori Saito
89-98
Principles for the Design of an Educational Voice Assistant for Learning Java
Carlos Kloos, Carlos Alario-Hoyos, Pedro Muñoz-Merino, Cristina Aguirre, Nuria Castro
99-106
Institutional Project-Based Learning: Evidence from a Multi-actor e-Government Reform
Endrit Kromidha
107-116
Integrating ICT in Pre-service Teacher Education in Zanzibar: Status, Challenges and Opportunities
Umayra El Nabahany, Said Juma
117-124
Enhancing Virtual Learning by Improving the Learning Environment and User Experience
Nicholas Mavengere, Mikko Ruohonen
125-134
Teachers’ Perception on Using Kio-Kit to Enhance Teaching and Learning STEM Subjects in Zanzibar
Raya Ahmada, Ali Abdulla, Said Yunus, Maryam Ismail
135-144
Challenges and Opportunities of Managing Social Media Generated Records in Institutions of Learning: A Case of the Midlands State University, Zimbabwe
Shephard Pondiwa, Margaret Phiri
145-156
Antecedents of Sustainable Vocational Education and Training in ICT in Global South Countries
Javier Osorio, Julia Nieves
157-166
The Role of Computer Science Education for Understanding and Shaping the Digital Society
Ralf Romeike
167-176
The Integration of Web 2.0 in Teaching-Learning in Tanzania Higher Learning Institutions: The Case of the State University of Zanzibar (SUZA)
Said Yunus, Ali Abdulla, Raya Ahmada, Umayra El-Nabhany, P. Malliga
177-184
The Introduction of ICTs in Chilean Schools – An Analysis of the Various Initiatives Since Enlaces and the Issues Faced by the Mapuche
Fernando Toro
195-205
Digital Literacy Enhancement Status in Kenya’s Competency-Based Curriculum
Gioko Maina, Waga Rosemary
206-217
The Innovation Cycle for Sustainable ICT Education
Daniel Burgos
218-224
Awareness of Open Education Resources (OER) in Higher Learning Institutions
Maryam Ismail, Mwanajuma Mgeni, Said Yunus, Ali Abdulla, Raya Ahmada
225-234
Toward Pedagogy Driven Virtual Reality Learning Space Design
Erkki Rötkönen, A. Islam, Erkki Sutinen
235-244
Student’s Acceptance of Learning Management Systems: A Case Study of the National Open University of Nigeria
Mohammed Yakubu, Muhammadou Kah, Salihu Dasuki
245-255

 


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