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ERIC Number: ED564048
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2014
Pages: 300
Abstractor: ERIC
Reference Count: N/A
ISBN: 978-1-4666-6162-2
ISSN: N/A
Effects of Information Capitalism and Globalization on Teaching and Learning
Adeoye, Blessing F., Ed.; Tomei, Lawrence, Ed.
IGI Global
As computers and Internet connections become widely available in schools and classrooms, it is critical to examine cross-cultural issues in the utilization of information and communication technologies. "Effects of Information Capitalism and Globalization on Teaching and Learning" examines issues concerning emerging multimedia technologies and their challenges and solutions in teaching and learning. This premier reference work explores the global society's effect on learning, a crucial topic for educators, technologists, students, and researchers looking to find, create, or adapt technology for use in other cultures. Following a preface, the following chapters are provided: (1) Effects of Information Capitalism and Globalization on Teaching and Learning in a Developed and in a Developing Country: A Cross-Cultural Study of Robert Morris University in the United States and University of Lagos in Nigeria (Blessing F. Adeoye); (2) Using Digital Technologies to Aid E-Learning: A Pilot Study (Michele T. Cole, Daniel J. Shelley, Louis B. Swartz, and Blessing F. Adeoye); (3) The Era of Digital Technology in Teaching and Learning in African Universities (Blessing F. Adeoye and E. B. Anyikwa); (4) Promoting Instructional Technology for Effective and Efficient Academic Performance in Nigerian Schools (Ogunlade B. Olusola); (5) Cultural Factors Affecting Integration of Technology in Media Education in Nigeria (Ofomegbe Daniel Ekhareafo and Oroboh Ambrose Uchenunu); (6) Adoption and Use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) in Library and Information Centres: Implications on Teaching and Learning Process (Jerome Idiegbeyan-Ose, Mary Idahosa, and Egbe Adewole-Odeshi ); (7) Efficiency of Technology in Creating Social Networks for Mobilizing and Improving the Health of a Community (Florence F. Folami); (8) Managing and Planning Technology Usage and Integration in Teacher Education Programs in an Emergent Nation (Nwachukwu Prince Ololube); (9) Utilization of Instructional Media and Academic Performance of Students in Basic Science: A Case Study of Education District V1 of Lagos State ( Stephen Oyeyemi Adenle and Jennifer N. L. Ughelu); (10) Using Andragogy and Bloom's Digital Taxonomy to Guide E-Portfolio and Web Portfolio Development in Undergraduate Courses (John DiMarco); (11) Finding Common Ground: Uses of Technology in Higher Education (Matthew D. Fazio); (12) Effective Virtual Learning Environment through the Use of Web 2.0 Tools (Huseyin Bicen); (13) Technology Integration in the Classroom: Report of an Asynchronous Online Discussion among a Group of Nigerian Graduate Students (Adekunle Olusola Otunla and Joshua Odunayo Akinyemi); (14) Information and Communication Technology in Teaching and Learning: Effects and Challenges in China (Xiaobin Li); (15) Adopting Digital Technologies in the Classroom: The Impact of Use of Clickers on Cognitive Loads and Learning in China (Zhonggen Yu and Qianqian Xu); (16) Adopting Digital Technologies in the Administration of Technical and Engineering Education (Abubakar Sadiq Bappah); (17) Knowledge Management and Reverse Mentoring in the Nigerian Tertiary Institutions (Ayotunde Adebayo); (18) The Global School in the Local Classroom: ICT for Cross-Cultural Communication (Jenna Copper); (19) Globalization and its Challenges for Teacher Education in Nigeria (A. O. K. Noah, Adesoji A. Oni, and Simeon A. Dosunmu) (20) Challenges and Prospects of Information Communication Technology (ICT) in Teaching Technical Education towards Globalisation (Oladiran Stephen Olabiyi); (21) M-Health Technology as a Transforming Force for Population Health (Florence F. Folami); (22) Influence of Globalisation on Teaching and Learning: What is the Stance of Information Literacy in Nigerian Tertiary Institutions? (A. O. Issa and K. N. Igwe); and (23) Re-Branding Community Organizations for the Actualization of Development Goals in the Rural Communities in Nigeria (Oyekunle Oyelami). Related references, a compilation of references, a section about the contributors, and an index are included.
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Publication Type: Books; Collected Works - General
Education Level: N/A
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Language: English
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Identifiers - Location: China; Cyprus; Nigeria; North America