Interactive Technology and Smart Education: Volume 14 Issue 3


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Refactoring a CS0 course for engineering students to use active learning

Erno Lokkila, Erkki Kaila, Rolf Lindén, Mikko-Jussi Laakso, Erkki Sutinen

The purpose of this paper was to determine whether applying e-learning material to a course leads to consistently improved student performance.


Differences between perceived usefulness of social media and institutional channels by undergraduate students

Leandro Sumida Garcia, Camila Mariane Costa Silva

This research aims to compare the preference of social media sites and institutional communication channels of a higher education institution by confronting elements that form…


Infusing technology driven design thinking in industrial design education: a case study

Omar Mubin, Mauricio Novoa, Abdullah Al Mahmud

This paper narrates a case study on design thinking-based education work in an industrial design honours program. Student projects were developed in a multi-disciplinary setting…

Different strokes for different folks: scaling a blended model of teacher professional learning

Deirdre Butler, Margaret Leahy, Michael Hallissy, Mark Brown

The purpose of this paper is to describe an innovative model of teacher professional learning that has evolved over a decade (2006 to 2016).

An investigation into the Community of Inquiry model in the Malaysian ESL learners’ context

Nagaletchimee Annamalai

This study aims to explore how the Community of Inquiry (CoI) model (2000) is used to categorize students’ and teachers’ interactions in an asynchronous discussion and how these…

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