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Ogwu, Edna N. – Educational Research and Reviews, 2016
This study compares teacher trainee students (TTSs), electronic learning technology (ELT) readiness, competence as well as their constraints to ELT readiness using 373 University education students' from Botswana and Nigeria that are randomly selected. Data was descriptively analysed based on the research objectives and hypotheses using mean…
Descriptors: Comparative Analysis, Electronic Learning, Trainees, Foreign Countries
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Kinash, Shelley; Brand, Jeffrey; Mathew, Trishita – Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 2012
Many university academics disagree with the rationale that we should pursue mobile learning because 21st century students are apparently demanding it. We argue that the only defensible rationale for making mobile learning part of pedagogy is because it enhances student learning. This presentation shares results from research with 135 students…
Descriptors: Electronic Learning, Internet, Feedback (Response), Handheld Devices
Mills, Wren Allen – ProQuest LLC, 2010
This dissertation examined cheating attitudes and behaviors of undergraduates, especially those enrolled in online courses. While cheating is an established problem within the academy, it is also an issue on the job and has been in the spotlight in recent years, with ethics scandals in corporate America and plagiarism in the media. With this in…
Descriptors: Electronic Learning, Student Attitudes, Cheating, Online Courses
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Watson, George; Sottile, James – Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration, 2010
With the assistance of the Internet and related technologies, students today have many more ways to be academically dishonest than students a generation ago. With more and more Internet based course offerings, the concern is whether cheating will increase as students work and take tests away from the eyes of instructors. While the research on…
Descriptors: Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students, Conventional Instruction, Cheating