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 EDICT Home > Vol. 14, No. 3 (2018) open journal systems 

Usefulness, ease of use and adequacy of use of ICT in education

 front pages for this issue  
 Volume 14, Issue 3: Front Pages  PDF
 
  Stewart Marshall

 editorial  
 Out with the old and in with the new  PDF
 
  Stewart Marshall

 refereed articles  
 Perceived usefulness, ease of use and adequacy of use of mobile technologies by Nigerian university lecturers   PDF
 
  Nathaniel Samuel, Samuel Adenubi Onasanya and Charles Olubode Olumorin

 Redesigning local games to stimulate pupils’ interest in learning numeracy skills in Tanzania  PDF
 
  Zitto Godfrey and Joel S Mtebe

 Enhancing engineering education through technological pedagogical and content knowledge (TPACK): A case study  PDF
 
  Patrick Mutanga, Jacob Nezandonyi and Crispen Erinos Bhukuvhani

 Exploring assistive technology tools and e-learning user interface in Tanzania’s vocational education institutions  PDF
 
  Dalton H. Kisanga, Deusdedith Wambura and Finian Mwalongo

 Academic Safety and Health (ASH) requirements for ICT usage by PhD students in developing countries: A case of University of Dar es Salaam (Tanzania) and Makerere University (Uganda)  PDF
 
  Juma James Masele and Sumaya M. Kagoya

 Can Khan Academy e-learning video tutorials improve mathematics achievements in Sri Lanka?  PDF
 
  bilesha Weeraratne and Brian Chin

 The Teachers’ Portal as a tool for teachers’ professional development in Bangladesh: Facilitating nationwide networking and digital multimedia content for 40,000 schools  PDF
 
  Henrik Hansson, Sabiha Sultana, Afzal Hossain Sarwar, Faruque Ahmed, Ramiz Uddin, Pushpita Saha, G M Rakibul Islam and Mohammad Rafiqul Islam

 The effect of e-mail and WhatsApp on Jordanian EFL learners' paraphrasing and summarizing skills  PDF
 
  Ruba Fahmi Bataineh, Kafa Mohammad Bani Khalaf and Abdallah Ahmad Baniabdelrahman

 A shift from traditional pedagogy in Nepali Rural Primary Schools? Rural teachers’ capacity to reflect ICT policy in their practice  PDF
 
  Karna Rana, Janinka Greenwood, Wendy Fox-Turnbull and Stuart Wise

 Using a mobile application to support students in blended distance courses: A case of Mzumbe University in Tanzania  PDF
 
  Ramadhani Shemahonge and Joel S Mtebe

 English teachers’ perceptions of text to speech software and Google site in an EFL Classroom: What English teachers really think and know  PDF
 
  Dwi Oktalia and Nur Arifah Drajati

 Student teachers’ and tutors’ perceptions of the use of online resources for promoting critical thinking  PDF
 
  Alcuin Ivor Mwalongo

 Factors that affect the acceptance of new technologies in the workplace: a cross case analysis between two universities   PDF
 
  Dimitra Skoumpopoulou, Adam K.L. Wong, Peggy M.L. Ng and Man Fung Lo

 from the field  
 Assessing the attitudes of secondary school teachers towards the integration of ICT in the teaching process in Kilimanjaro, Tanzania  PDF
 
  Prospery Mwansa Mwila

 UTAUT Model: Intention to use social media for learning interactive effect of postgraduate gender in South-West Nigeria  PDF
 
  Michael Olubunmi Odewumi, Mudasiru Olalere Yusuf and Grace O. Oputa

 The usage of radio and television as agricultural knowledge sources: The case of farmers in Morogoro region of Tanzania  PDF
 
  Wulystan Pius Mtega





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