Encyclopedia of Information Communication Technology, 1st Edition

  • A. Cartelli
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  • ISBN-10: 1599048469
  • ISBN-13: 9781599048468
  • DDC: 004.65
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 926 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2009 | Published/Released June 2009
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2009

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Overview

Describes the influence of information communication technology in scientific knowledge construction, with emphasis on the roles of product technologies, process technologies, and context technologies.

Table of Contents

Cover Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Editorial Advisory Board.
List of Contributors.
Contents by Volume.
Contents by Topic.
Preface.
Acknowledgment.
About the Editors.
1: An Academic Guidance Model to Orient Distance Students.
2: Adaptation of Cognitive Walkthrough in Response to the Mobile Challenge.
3: Adult Education and Adult Learning Processes with ICT.
4: An Alternative Learning Platform to Facilitate Usability and Synchronization of Learning Resources.
5: Ambient Intelligence.
6: Applying Constructivist Self-Regulating Learning Approach for ICT Students.
7: B2B E-Commerce Development in Syria and Sudan.
8: Biser.
9: Blended Approach Environment Shift in Higher Education.
10: Children and Computers.
11: Classics Teaching Through ICT Experience to ICT Manual for Classics Teachers.
12: Collaborative Knowledge Management (CKM) and Enterprise Knowledge Management.
13: Comparison of Technologies and Methodologies in the E-Learning EXPO Experience.
14: Computer Communication and ICT Attitude and Anxiety Among Higher Education Students.
15: Computer Simulations and Scientific Knowledge Construction.
16: Computer-Mediated Communication Learning Environments: The Social Dimension.
17: Cooperative Learning Strategies for Effective Teaching and Learning Science Courses in Large Classes.
18: Cyberspace's Ethical and Social Challenges in Knowledge Society.
19: Data Caching Patterns.
20: Data Flow Diagram Use to Plan Empirical Research Projects.
21: From Distance Education to E-Learning as Integrated Training.
22: Distance Learning Techniques in University Courses.
23: Dynamic Reconstruction of Concept Maps.
24: E-Commerce Recommendation Systems.
25: Education and E-Learning Evaluation and Assessment.
26: The EduOntoWiki Project for Supporting Social, Educational, and Knowledge Construction Processes with Semantic Web Paradigm.
27: An Edutainment Framework Implementation Case Study.
28: E-Government Growth Barriers in Sub-Saharan Africa.
29: E-Knowledge.
30: E-Learning Function Integration with Corona 2.
31: Does E-Learning Improve the Communication Among Students and Lecturers?.
32: E-Learning is What Kind of Learning?.
33: E-Learning Methodological Models and Typologies.
34: An E-Learning Project for a Basic Mathematics Course at the University.
35: From E-Learning to Games-Based E-Learning.
36: From E-Learning to T-Learning.
37: Is Electronic Knowledge a Plural Thought?.
38: Electronic Loyalty Programs Comparative Survey.
39: Enhancement of Recorded Respiratory Sound Using Signal Processing Techniques.
40: ERP Integration into Existing Courses: A Three-Step Approach.
41: E-Tutor.
42: Evaluating Usability to Improve Efficiency in E-Learning Programs.
43: Factors Determining Teachers' Beliefs and Perceptions of ICT in Education.
44: Fostering Collaboration in CSCL.
45: GIS Use in Landscape Archaeology.
46: Higher Education's New Frontier for the E-University and Virtual Campus.
47: ICT and Interculture Opportunities Offered by the Web.
48: ICT and the Virtual Organisation.
49: ICT Investment Evaluation Practices in Large Organizations.
50: ICT Literacy in the Information Age.
51: ICT Policies in Africa.
52: ICT Processes for Virtual Academic Research Teams (VART) in Academia.
53: ICTs and Distance Education in Nigeria.
54: The Impact of Technological Frames on Knowledge Management Procedures.
55: The Implementation of Practices with ICT as a New Teaching-Learning Paradigm.