Interactive Technology and Smart Education: Volume 13 Issue 1


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Benefits, barriers and prerequisites for Web 2.0 learning activities in the classroom: The view of Greek pioneer teachers

George Palaigeorgiou, Athina Grammatikopoulou

This paper aims to identify the learning benefits and the challenges of Web 2.0 educational activities when applied in typical learning settings and as perceived by pioneer…

Maximizing and personalizing e-learning support for students with different backgrounds and preferences

Olga Mironova, Irina Amitan, Jelena Vendelin, Jüri Vilipõld, Merike Saar

This paper aims to present a teaching approach to achieve the most personal support for students with different backgrounds and preferences in studying an Informatics course.

Developing mobile learning practices through teacher education: Outcomes of the MLEARN pilot

Don Passey, Joana Zozimo

This paper explores the context, development and outcomes of a cross-European in-service training programme, developing mobile learning practices in school classrooms – MLEARN …

Cognitive presence in virtual collaborative learning: Assessing and improving critical thinking in online discussion forums

Jennifer Beckmann, Peter Weber

The purpose of this study is to introduce a virtual collaborative learning setting called “Net Economy”, which we established as part of an international learning network of…


iMindMap as an innovative tool in teaching and learning accounting: an exploratory study

Wan Noor Hazlina Wan Jusoh, Suraya Ahmad

The purpose of this study is to explore the use of iMindMap software as an interactive tool in the teaching and learning method and also to be able to consider iMindMap as an…

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