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Education and Information Technologies

The Official Journal of the IFIP Technical Committee on Education

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Blended learning to improve quality of primary education among underprivileged school children in India

Access to quality primary education is a major concern in India. Despite of having reasonable infrastructure, issues of teacher absenteeism, poor accountability of teachers, ineffective teaching learning materials and inadequate teaching …


Health informatics curriculum development for teaching and learning

Health Informatics is an emerging interdisciplinary subject of Health Sciences and Information Systems, which aimed to cater for both the educational and professional needs within the Health and Informatics fields. Even though there has been …


Deciphering the attributes of student retention in massive open online courses using data mining techniques

Aimed at a massive outreach and open access education, Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC) has evolved incredibly engaging millions of learners’ over the years. These courses provide an opportunity for learning analytics with respect to the …


Gender and student course preferences and course performance in Computer Science departments: A case study

The study of gender differences in Computer Science (CS) has captured the attention of many researchers around the world. Over time, research has revealed that negative stereotypes and ‘myths’ about the cognitive skills, academic abilities and …


Faculty at Saudi Electronic University attitudes toward using augmented reality in education

This study aims to examine the possibility of implementing the Augmented Reality (AR) application in higher education by answering three questions: Which extended faculty at the Saudi Electronic University are familiar with such applications, what …

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This is the official journal of the IFIP Technical Committee on Education. It covers the complex relationships between information and communication technologies and education. The journal provides perspectives at all levels, from the micro of specific applications or instances of use in classrooms to macro concerns of national policies and major projects; from classes of five year olds to adults in tertiary institutions; from teachers and administrators, to researchers and designers; from institutions to open, distance and lifelong learning.

This breadth of coverage allows Education and Information Technologies to examine fundamental issues at all levels, discuss specific instances and cases, draw inference and probe theory. This journal is embedded in the research and practice of professionals.

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