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Educational Technology

Author : Alan Januszewski
ISBN : 1563087499
Genre : Education
File Size : 81.58 MB
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Traces the development of educational technology from its inception in the 1960s to the present in the fields of engineering, science, and audiovisual education. The author discusses the theory of educational technology and shows how the field has evolved and been systematized over the decades.
Category: Education

Essentials Of Educational Technology And Management

Author : M. L. Mittal
ISBN : 9788131798799
Genre :
File Size : 41.49 MB
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Essentials of Educational Technology and Management follows a question-answer format, and is written keeping the requirements of students of education and teaching. The book covers the syllabus prescribed by the UGC comprehensively. A variety of questions have been included , allowing students to practice long answer questions , short answer questions , multiple choice questions according to the latest exam pattern. Well-researched answers have been provided for each question.
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Educational Technology In Practice

Author : Wanjira Kinuthia
ISBN : 9781607524533
Genre : Education
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The field of educational technology is one that requires a high level of problem solving critical thinking, and interpersonal skills to solve problems that are often complex and multidimensional. Analyzing cases provides an opportunity to explore professional issues through an environment that allows action researchers, practitioners and students to analyze and reflect on relevant theories and techniques to understand a real problem, ponder solutions and consequences, and develop responses. Hence, this book seeks to provide relevant authentic and realistic cases for such exploration. This book is guided by the premise that the cases presented will serve as a platform for researchers, practitioners and students to share experiences and best practices in both developing and developed contexts, in an endeavor to bridge the knowledge divide. Throughout the book, various challenges are addressed and educational technology tools and strategies are subsequently employed in an effort to minimize the issues. Notwithstanding, the book also highlights successes and accomplishments in areas and contexts in which educational technology is being harnessed, including reaching more learners, providing more affordable options, and building capacity. Because of the interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary nature of the field and the cases, this book is useful not only in educational technology, but also in other fields. A “Facilitator Guide” is provided for each chapter for educators with their learners.
Category: Education

Cases On Educational Technology Planning Design And Implementation A Project Management Perspective

Author : Benson, Angela D.
ISBN : 9781466642386
Genre : Education
File Size : 30.65 MB
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Whether utilizing electronic tools for K-12 classrooms, learning management systems in higher education institutions, or training and performance improvement for business organizations, technology maintains an important aspect in the delivery of education and training in both school and non-school settings. Cases on Educational Technology Planning, Design, and Implementation: A Project Management Perspective provides strategies for addressing the challenges and pitfalls faced when planning, designing, and implementing learning and educational technology projects. The case studies in this publication aim to provide instructors, practitioners in K-12 and higher education, business managers as well as students interested in implementing education technology projects.
Category: Education

Handbook Of Research On Strategic Management Of Interaction Presence And Participation In Online Courses

Author : Kyei-Blankson, Lydia
ISBN : 9781466695832
Genre : Education
File Size : 32.2 MB
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Online learning has become a prominent and inseparable component of higher education in recent years. Questions related to course structure, levels of interaction, presence, and participation within online courses persist and invite further inquiry for determining factors that encourage effective teaching and learning in online environments. The Handbook of Research on Strategic Management of Interaction, Presence, and Participation in Online Courses explores models of course development and delivery techniques to improve instruction, learning, and student satisfaction in online courses. Covering topics such as rates of participation, student engagement and retention, and social development, this handbook serves as a resource for educators in online learning environments, as well as for course designers and developers of online courses and researchers whose agenda includes examining interaction, presence, and participation in online courses.
Category: Education

Handbook Of Research On Human Performance And Instructional Technology

Author : Song, Holim
ISBN : 9781605667836
Genre : Computers
File Size : 56.17 MB
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"This book addresses the connection between human performance and instructional technology with teaching and learning, offering innovative ideas for instructional technology applications and elearning"--Provided by publisher.
Category: Computers

Mobile Learning And Stem

Author : Helen Crompton
ISBN : 9781317596523
Genre : Education
File Size : 67.41 MB
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In recent years, there has been a renewed focus on STEM education in the United States, fueled by evidence that young learners’ competencies in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics are falling behind those of their global peers. Scholars and practitioners are beginning to utilize the new pedagogical opportunities offered by mobile learning to improve the successes of teachers and K-12 students across STEM subjects. Mobile Learning and STEM: Case Studies in Practice is a comprehensive collection of case studies that explore mobile learning’s support of STEM subjects and that utilize mobile technology to facilitate unique and effective K-12 teaching and learning experiences. In addition to its focus on STEM achievement for researchers, this volume is a resource for teachers working to implement mobile learning initiatives into their classrooms. Mobile Learning and STEM also includes research that is applicable to classrooms in nations around the world, where few students from underrepresented racial and socioeconomic backgrounds are entering into STEM jobs. Concluding with a summary of its research and its implications to future scholarship and practice, this book is a springboard for practitioners, specialists, higher education instructors, and researchers who want to establish better practices in schools and raise student achievement in STEM subjects.
Category: Education

National Educational Technology Standards For Students

Author : International Society for Technology in Education
ISBN : 1564842371
Genre : Education
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This booklet includes the full text of the ISTE Standards for Students, along with the Essential Conditions, profiles and scenarios.
Category: Education

Educational Technology Use And Design For Improved Learning Opportunities

Author : Khosrow-Pour, Mehdi
ISBN : 9781466661035
Genre : Education
File Size : 42.99 MB
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The rise of technology within educational settings has allowed for a substantial shift in the way in which educators teach learners of all ages. In order to implement these new learning tools, school administrators and teachers alike must seek new research outlining the latest innovations in the field. Educational Technology Use and Design for Improved Learning Opportunities presents broad coverage of topics pertaining to the development and use of technology both in and out of the classroom. Including research on technology integration in K-12, higher education, and adult learning, this publication is ideal for use by school administrators, academicians, and upper-level students seeking the most up-to-date tools and methodologies surrounding educational technology.
Category: Education

Education And Educational Technology

Author : Yuanzhi Wang
ISBN : 9783642247750
Genre : Computers
File Size : 53.45 MB
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This volume includes extended and revised versions of a set of selected papers from the 2011 2nd International Conference on Education and Educational Technology (EET 2011) held in Chengdu, China, October 1-2, 2011. The mission of EET 2011 Volume 1 is to provide a forum for researchers, educators, engineers, and government officials involved in the general areas of education and educational technology to disseminate their latest research results and exchange views on the future research directions of these fields. 130 related topic papers were selected into this volume. All the papers were reviewed by 2 program committee members and selected by the volume editor Prof. Yuanzhi Wang, from Intelligent Information Technology Application Research Association, Hong Kong. The conference will bring together leading researchers, engineers and scientists in the domain of interest. We hope every participant can have a good opportunity to exchange their research ideas and results and to discuss the state of the art in the areas of the education and educational technology.
Category: Computers

Innovation And Shifting Perspectives In Management Education

Author : Baporikar, Neeta
ISBN : 9781522510208
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 88.15 MB
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Effective education and training is essential to the positive development of a manager in corporate or organizational settings. In order to stay abreast of current management trends, it is necessary to implement new perspectives and technologies being utilized in the field. Innovation and Shifting Perspectives in Management Education features a comprehensive assessment of the complexities present in management training programs in educational settings. Highlighting best practices and real-life experiences within the field, this book is an essential reference source for practitioners, policy makers, undergraduate and graduate students, academics, managers, and professionals.
Category: Business & Economics

The New Development Of Technology Enhanced Learning

Author : Ronghuai Huang
ISBN : 9783642382918
Genre : Education
File Size : 82.44 MB
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The book addresses the main issues concerned with the new development of learning processes, innovative pedagogical changes, the effects of new technologies on education, future learning content, which aims to gather the newest concepts, research and best practices on the frontiers of technology enhanced learning from the aspects of learning, pedagogies and technologies in learning in order to draw a picture of technology enhanced learning in the near future. Some issues like “e-learning ... m-learning ... u-learning – innovative approaches,” “the Framework and Method for Understanding the New Generation Students,” “Context-aware Mobile Role Playing Game for Learning,” “ Pedagogical issues in content creation and use: IT literacy through Spoken Tutorials,” “Supporting collaborative knowledge construction and discourse in the classroom,” “Digital Systems for Hierarchical Open Access to Education,” “ Using Annotated Patient Records to Teach Clinical Reasoning to Undergraduate Students of Medicine,” “ Utilizing Cognitive Skills Ontology for Designing Personalized Learning Environments” and “Using Interactive Mobile Technologies to Develop Operating Room Technologies Competency” are discussed in separate chapters.
Category: Education

Information Technology In Educational Management

Author : A.J. Visscher
ISBN : 0792370740
Genre : Education
File Size : 80.11 MB
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Although a few books are available on the use of computers in the school office, this book is the first one addressing the topic of computer-assisted school information systems (SISs) for an international audience, based on both practical and scientific international collaborative research. This book: analyzes the nature of SISs, their intended benefits and history; presents the development strategies and the characteristics of three SISs that are widely used in various parts of the world; reviews what has been learned from the research over the last decade to inform successful design and implementation of SISs; presents exciting perspectives on the future of SISs from experts, vendors, and users; and reflects on what needs to be done to promote the full utilization of SISs by clerical and managerial school staff through better system design, user support, and continuing research. The book has been written for an international audience of students, researchers, system designers and implementers, practitioners and policy-makers in developing as well as in developed countries. It will also be of benefit to professionals in the field of school administration and school management to help them promote better use of SIS in their own context by learning from the experience of others.
Category: Education

The Place Of Information Technology In Management And Business Education

Author : Ben-Zion Barta
ISBN : 041279960X
Genre : Business & Economics
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The power of modern information systems and information technology (lSIIT) offers new opportunities to rethink, at the broadest levels, existing business strategies, approaches and practices. Over the past decade, IT has opened up new business opportunities, led to the development of new strategic IS and challenged all managers and users of ISIIT to devise new ways to make better use of information. Yet this era which began with much confidence and optimism is now suffering under a legacy of systems that are increasingly failing to meet business needs, and lasting fixes are proving costly and difficult to implement. General management is experiencing a crisis of confidence in their IS functions and in the chiefinformation systems officers who lead them (Earl and Feeney, 1994:11). The concern for chief executive officers is that they are confronting a situation that is seemingly out of control. They are asking, 'What is the best way to rein in these problems and effectively assess IS performance? Further, how can we be certain that IS is adequately adding value to the organisational bottom line?' On the other hand, IS executives and professionals who are responsible for creating, managing and maintaining the organisation's systems are worried about the preparedness of general managers to cope with the growth in new technologies and systems. They see IT having a polarising effect on general managers; it either bedazzles or frightens them (Davenport, 1994: 119).
Category: Business & Economics

Educational Technology

Author : D.D. Aggarwal
ISBN : 8176254630
Genre : Educational technology
File Size : 51.52 MB
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Category: Educational technology

Edu Tech Mgt Planning

Author : Y.k.singh
ISBN : 8131303667
Genre : Educational planning
File Size : 29.59 MB
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Category: Educational planning

Education Technology News

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ISBN : UOM:39015077180860
Genre : Computer-assisted instruction
File Size : 67.21 MB
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Category: Computer-assisted instruction