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Critical success factors for ICT usage in learning

 front pages for this issue  
 Volume 10, Issue 1: Front Pages  PDF
 
 

 editorial  
 Editorial: Critical success factors for ICT usage in learning  PDF
 
  Stewart Marshall and Wal Taylor

 refereed articles  
 Critical success factors for adoption of web-based learning management systems in Tanzania  PDF
 
  Edda T Lwoga

 The impact of computer and mathematics software usage on performance of school leavers in the Western Cape Province of South Africa: a comparative analysis.  PDF
 
  Garth Spencer-Smith and Joanne C Hardman

 Prevalence of online reading among high school students in Qatar: Evidence from the Programme for International Student Assessment 2009  PDF
 
  Jehanzeb R. Cheema

 Blended learning in distance education: Sri Lankan perspective  PDF
 
  Tharindu R Liyanagunawardena, Andrew A Adams, Naz Rassool and Shirley A Williams

 Promoting proper education for sustainability: An exploratory study of ICT enhanced Problem Based Learning in a developing country  PDF
 
  Amit Roy, Patrick D. Kihoza, Jarkko Suhonen, Mikko Vesisenaho and Markku Tukiainen

 Determining distance education students’ readiness for mobile learning at University of Ghana using the Theory of Planned Behaviour  PDF
 
  Michael Ayitey Tagoe and Ellen Abakah

 from the field  
 ICT-based, cross-cultural communication - a methodological perspective  PDF
 
  Niels Larsen, Maria Bruselius-Jensen, Dina Danielsen, Rachael Kaki Nyamai, James Elijah Otiende and Jens Aagaard-Hansen

 complete issue as a pdf file  
 Volume 10, Issue 1: Complete Issue (5.5 MB)  PDF
 
 





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