International Journal of Information and Learning Technology: Volume 40 Issue 2


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Teachers' informal learning characteristics in using open educational resources in relation to their innovative work behavior

Hamed Mubarak Al-Awidi, Suad Abdul Aziz Al-Furaih

Informal learning is an effective and motivating strategy to support the learning process. Informal learning has received increased attention recently due to the coronavirus…

A modified UTAUT framework to predict students' intention to adopt online learning: moderating role of openness to change

Alok Tewari, Ram Singh, Smriti Mathur, Sushil Pande

The current study employs a modified framework of the unified theory of acceptance and use of technology (UTAUT) to predict students' intention to adopt online learning in India…

What drives mobile MOOC's continuous intention? A theory of perceived value perspective

Omkar Dastane, Herman Fassou Haba

The purpose of the study is to identify drivers of mobile massive open online course (MOOC) continuous intention (CI) through the lenses of customer perceived value (CPV) theory…

Monitoring methods and student performance in distance education exams

Martha Rodríguez-Villalobos, Jessica Fernandez-Garza, Yolanda Heredia-Escorza

The objective of this study was to compare three distinct methods of test monitoring in the context of distance education—non-proctored remote or online tests, traditional…

Where is the student who was here? Gamification as a strategy to engage students

Vanessa Itacaramby Pardim, Luis Hernan Contreras Pinochet, Adriana Backx Noronha Viana, Cesar Alexandre de Souza

Education is undergoing digital transformation intensified by COVID-19. In this context, gamification is an attractive alternative based on the use of elements of the games with…

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