Τρίτη, 8 Μαΐου 2018

British Journal of Educational Technology (BJET)


  Vol. 49, n°3, 5/ 2018

 
  • Collaborative learning in architectural education: Benefits of combining conventional studio, virtual design studio and live projects, Carolina Rodriguez, Roland Hudson and Chantelle Niblock
  • Overcoming barriers between volunteer professionals advising project-based learning teams with regulation tools, Daniel G. Rees Lewis, Matthew W. Easterday, Emily Harburg, Elizabeth M. Gerber and Christopher K. Riesbeck
  • Investigating various application areas of three-dimensional virtual worlds for higher education, Reza Ghanbarzadeh and Amir Hossein Ghapanchi
  • The role of the e-tutor in synchronous online problem-based learning: A study in a Master Public Health Programme, Nynke de Jong, Daniëlle M. L. Verstegen and Karen D. Könings
  • A systematic review of research on the flipped learning method in engineering education, Aliye Karabulut-Ilgu, Nadia Jaramillo Cherrez and Charles T. Jahre
  • Factors determining e-learning service quality, Muhammad Amaad Uppal, Samnan Ali and Stephen R. Gulliver
  • Teachers' perceptions of digital badges as recognition of professional development, W. Monty Jones, Samantha Hope and Brianne Adams
  • Performance, structure and ideal identity: Reconceptualising teachers' engagement in online social spaces, James Robson
  • Pedagogical, social and technical designs of a blended synchronous learning environment, Qiyun Wang and Changqin Huang
  • From piloting e-submission to electronic management of assessment (EMA): Mapping grading journeys, Anna Vergés Bausili
  • The effects of a flipped classroom approach on class engagement and skill performance in a Blackboard course, Mohamed Ali Nagy Elmaadaway
  • Socio-demographic factors relating to perception and use of mobile technologies in tertiary teaching, Kwok-Wing Lai and Lee Smith
  • Boundary interaction: Towards developing a mobile technology-enabled science curriculum to integrate learning in the informal spaces, Daner Sun and Chee-Kit Looi
  • One-to-one mobile technology in high school physics classrooms: Understanding its use and outcome, Xiaoming Zhai, Meilan Zhang and Min Li
  • Students' acceptance of tablet PCs in Italian high schools: Profiles and differences, Daniela Villani, Laura Morganti, Claudia Carissoli, Elena Gatti, Andrea Bonanomi, Stefano Cacciamani, Emanuela Confalonieri and Giuseppe Riva
  • The influence of children's gender and age on children's use of digital media at home, Natalia Kucirkova, Karen Littleton and Antonios Kyparissiadis
  • Incremental impact of time on students' use of E-learning via Facebook, Sedigheh Moghavvemi and Hashem Salarzadeh Janatabadi
  • Learning styles: Considerations for technology enhanced item design, Deborah Adkins and Meg Guerreiro

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