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Technology for Education in Developing Countries, International Workshop on (2006)
Iringa, Tanzania
July 10, 2006 to July 12, 2006
ISBN: 0-7695-2633-0
TABLE OF CONTENTS

Foreword (PDF)

pp. viii
Introduction

Foreword (PDF)

pp. viii
Papers

An Empirical Study on Education Strategy to E-learning in a Developing Country (Abstract)

Bijan Khazali , Kampala International University, Kampala Uganda
Joseph Kizito Bada , Technology Makerere University, Uganda
pp. 1-2

Asynch-NET: Footstep for Always-On e-Services in the Rural Areas of Developing Countries: Case Study-Tanzania (Abstract)

Vitalis Ndume , Dar es Salaam Institute of Technology (DIT)
Kenedy Greyson , University of Dar es Salaam
Damian Haule , University of Dar es Salaam
Mussa Kissaka , University of Dar es Salaam
pp. 5-6

Can the WWW Help to Reduce the Digital Divide? An Example of Cost Effectiveness in Teaching Laboratory Development (Abstract)

Carlos Hermo , University of Valladolid. Valladolid. (Spain)
Miguel Gonz?lez , Escuela T?cnica Superior de Ingenieros Industriales
Rafael Garc? , University of Valladolid. Valladolid. (Spain)
Luis Sanz , Escuela T?cnica Superior de Ingenieros Industriales
Joaqu?n Adiego , University of Valladolid. Valladolid. (Spain)
pp. 7-8

Contextual Analysis of Students? Learning during an Introductory ICT Course in Tanzania (Abstract)

Henrik Hautop Lund , University of Southern Denmark
Erkki Sutinen , University of Joensuu, Finland
Mikko Vesisenaho , University of Joensuu, Finland
pp. 9-13

Contextualised Design of African I-BLOCKS (Abstract)

Henrik Hautop Lund , University of Southern Denmark
Jacob Nielsen , University of Southern Denmark
pp. 14-18

Distance Education in the Maldives: Learner Support for Students in Island Communities (Abstract)

Ali Fawaz Shareef , Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand
Sobah Abbas Petersen , Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Kinshuk Kinshuk , Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand
pp. 24-25

eLearning and Teacher Training in a Disadvantaged Brazilian Area: a Project to Assess Access, Impact and Quality (Abstract)

NewMinE , Universita della Svizzera italiana
Isabella Rega , Universita della Svizzera italiana
Lorenzo Cantoni , Universita della Svizzera italiana
pp. 31-35

ESL and Learning Technologies in Fast Developing China: Creativity and Innovation toward Beijing Olympics 2008 (Abstract)

P. Clint Rogers , Brigham Young University, Provo, USA
Rody R. Klein , RCID, Zhejiang University, China
Zhang Yong , Zhuhai Experimental School attached to Beida, China
pp. 36-37

ICT and the transformation of the College of Business Education (CBE) (Abstract)

Severinus Magnus Hyera , Principal College of Business Education (CBE) DSM
pp. 44-45

Implementing Authentic Activities for supporting learning through remote monitoring of earthquakes (Abstract)

Mitsuji Matsumoto , GITS, Waseda University, Japan
Nelson Baloian , Universidad de Chile, Blanco Encalada 2120, Santiago, Chile
Stephan Buschmann , Universidad de Chile, Blanco Encalada 2120, Santiago, Chile
Henning Breuer , Universidad de Chile, Blanco Encalada 2120, Santiago, Chile
pp. 46-50

KLAMP an Integrated Open Source Platform for Internet and Mobile Applications (Abstract)

Barry Dwolatzky , University of the Witwatersrand Johannesburg, South Africa
Teddy Mwakabaga , University of the Witwatersrand Johannesburg, South Africa
pp. 51-52

MOTUS goes to Africa: mobile technologies to increase sustainability of collaborative models for teacher education (Abstract)

Monica Divitini , Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway
Ove Haugal?kken , Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway
Godfrey Mayende , Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway
pp. 53-54

Open Courseware as a Tool for Teaching and Learning in Africa (Abstract)

Edda T. Lwoga , Sokoine University of Agriculture ,SNAL,Morogoro, Tanzania
Camilius Sanga , University of the Western Cape, Private Bag, South Africa
Isabella M. Venter , University of the Western Cape, Private Bag, South Africa
pp. 55-56

School-level ICT Adoption Factors in the Western Cape Schools (Abstract)

Jean-Paul van Belle , University of Cape Town, South Africa
Lorien Miller , University of Cape Town, South Africa
Wallace Chigona , University of Cape Town, South Africa
Mogen Naidoo , University of Cape Town, South Africa
pp. 57-61

Technical Expertise Development in Secondary Technical Schools: Effects of ICTenhanced 4C/ID Learning Environments (Abstract)

Jan Elen , Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Vasaliusstraat 2, B-3000, Leuven
Frederick Kwaku Sarfo , University of Education of Winneba, Kumasi Campus. Kumasi, Ghana.
pp. 62-65

Technology as a Tool for Fighting Poverty: How Culture in the Developing World Affect the Security of Information Systems (Abstract)

Job Asheri Chaula , Stockholm University & University of Land and Architectural Studies
Stewart Kowalski , Stockholm University, Department of Computer and systems Sciences
Louise Yngstrom , Stockholm University, Department of Computer and systems Sciences
pp. 66-70

The Design of Internet Collaborative Learning System Structure with the Integration of 3D Virtual Instruments (Abstract)

Chia-Liang Kuo , Da-Yeh University, Taiwan
Tien-Hsin Feng , Da-Yeh University, Taiwan
Fu-Chien Kao , Da-Yeh University, Taiwan
pp. 71-75

The learning computer: a low bandwidth tool for bridging the digital divide in distance education (Abstract)

Russell Johnson , Massey University, New Zealand
Ray Kemp , Massey University, New Zealand
Peter Blakey , Massey University, New Zealand
Elizabeth Kemp , Massey University, New Zealand
pp. 78-82

The reasons for under use of ICT in education: in the context of Kenya,Tanzania and Zambia (Abstract)

Diana Kessy , University of Tumaini
Mercy Gachoka , Kabarak University, Kenya
Mitwa Kaemba , University of Namibia
pp. 83-87

Towards Technology for Learning in a Developing World (Abstract)

Meurig Beynon , University of Warwick, Coventry, UK
pp. 88-92
Author Index

Author Index (PDF)

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