Interactive Technology and Smart Education

Category:

Information and Knowledge Management

Table Of Contents: Volume 13 Issue 4

Investigating the educational value of social learning networks: a quantitative analysis

Georgios Dafoulas, Azam Shokri

The emergence of Education 2.0 enabled technology-enhanced learning, necessitating new pedagogical approaches, while e-learning has evolved into an instrumental pedagogy…

Advancing work practices

Signe Schack Noesgaard

The paper aims to discuss the effectiveness of e-Learning in advancing work practices. The paper investigates the assumption that e-Learning is as effective as…

Demographic determinants of usefulness of e-learning tools among students of public administration

Aleksander Aristovnik, Damijana Keržič, Nina Tomaževič, Lan Umek

In higher education, blended learning is already strongly established. The e-courses vary in their structure, assignments, prompt examinations, interaction between…

Bring Your Own Devices classroom

Janak Adhikari, Anuradha Mathrani, Chris Scogings

Over the past few years, technology-mediated learning has established itself as a valuable pathway towards learners’ academic and social development. However, within the…

Creating micro-videos to demonstrate technology learning and digital literacy

Mark Frydenberg, Diana Andone

Short videos, also known as micro-videos, have emerged as a platform for sharing ideas, experiences and life events via online social networks. This paper aims to share…

How do we know what is happening online?

Marina Charalampidi, Michael Hammond

The purpose of this paper is to discuss the process of analysing online discussion and argue for the merits of mixed methods. Much research of online participation and…

ISSN:

1741-5659

Online date, start – end:

2004

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Dr Pedro Isaias