Interactive Technology and Smart Education: Volume 11 Issue 2


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Technology-enabled bullying and adolescent resistance to report: The need to examine causal factors

Justin Connolly, Pamela Hussey, Regina Connolly

– This paper aims to highlight the need to examine the factors that influence adolescents' resistance to report their cyberbullying experiences to adults.


Engaging IT undergraduates in non-IT content: Adopting an eLearning information system in the classroom

Sandra Gallagher, Alan Sixsmith

This paper aims to report on the efforts made to enhance the engagement of IT students with non-IT-specific content. The mechanism to foster this engagement was the introduction…

ERP system environments in IS education: design and evaluation of a new course concept

Christoph Klima, Florian Pfarr, Axel Winkelmann

New teaching concepts in IS are highly relevant to deliver practical skills to IS students, as demanded by business practice. There are different approaches for providing…

Adapting educational programmes according to e-competence needs: The Bulgarian case

Elissaveta Gourova, Vassil Kadrev, Anushka Stancheva, Georgi Kostadinov Petrov, Mila Dragomirova

The aim of the paper is to present the experience of New Bulgarian University (NBU) and the methodology followed for changing its educational programmes and developing new ones…

A drawing learning support system based on the drawing process model

Takashi Nagai, Mizue Kayama, Kazunori Itoh

The purpose of this study is to explore a support system for beginners in drawing in a networked environment. Learners can receive advice and assessments from art experts without…

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