Interactive Technology and Smart Education: Volume 11 Issue 4


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To use or not to use? SDM utilisation in the development of LMS in South Africa

Kobus van Aswegen, Magda Huisman, Estelle Taylor

The purpose of this study was to determine if Systems Development Methodologies (SDMs) are being utilised effectively in the development of Learning Management Systems (LMSs) in…

An active e-book to foster self-regulation in music education

Luca Andrea Ludovico, Giuseppina Rita Mangione

– The purpose of this work is to analyze the concept of self-regulated learning and applying it to a web-based interface for music teaching.

Assessment of the use of online communities to integrate educational processes development teams: An experience in popular health education

Elomar Castilho Barilli, Stenio Freitas Barretto, Carla Moura Lima, Marco Antonio Menezes

The aim of this paper is to present the use of virtual communities in work processes in Popular Education, a field strongly supported by presentiality because of historical social…

An m-learning framework for ERP systems in higher education

Brenda Scholtz, Mando Kapeso

The purpose of this paper is to investigate the factors of m-learning approaches which can be used for enterprise resource planning (ERP) system training and to propose a…


An investigation of secondary school students’ attitudes toward pedagogical use of ICT in learning in Ghana

Charles Buabeng-Andoh, Issifu Yidana

The purpose of this study is to investigate secondary school students’ pedagogical use of information communication and technologies (ICT), their attitudes toward integration of…

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