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Journal Issue
Volume 12 Issue 1, ICEL2013 / Feb 2014  pp1‑125

Editor: Dan Remenyi

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Editorial for the Special ICEL edition of EJEL ‑ ICEL 2013  pp1‑2

Dan Remenyi

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Leapfrogging Pedagogy: A Design Approach To Making Change In Challenging Contexts  pp3‑13

Susan Crichton

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An African Research Agenda for Computers in Education  pp14‑28

Johannes Cronje

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Using Digital Counterstories as Multimodal Pedagogy among South African Pre‑service Student Educators to produce Stories of Resistance  pp29‑42

Daniela Gachago et al

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Integrating eLearning to Support Medical Education at the New University of Botswana School of Medicine  pp43‑51

Masego B. Kebaetse, Oathokwa Nkomazana, Cecil Haverkamp

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Mobile Learning: A Kaleidoscope  pp52‑76

Marlena Kruger, Riana Bester

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Abstract

Abstract: CTI is an accredited private higher education institution (university) with the Higher Education Council (HEC) in South Africa. Its head office is in Fourways, Johannesburg. CTI has 12 campuses nationwide and offers higher certificates and d egrees in commerce and information technology. These BCom and BSc degrees were rolled out to all 12 campuses from January 2013. All first year students received 10⠜ Samsung tablets with their textbooks and course materials in digital format. We⠒ve wor ked closely with all role‑players to ensure that all pillars for successful implementation of the e‑book tablet project are in place. Timeous completion and conversion of course materials and e‑textbooks for the start of the academic year in 2013 took ext ra time and focus of a dedicated project manager and multi‑disciplinary team members. Several aspects were focused on during the conceptual, preparation and planning phases in 2012 (phase 1). This phase included aspects such as the student pilot project to establish the most suitable tablet to procure for students and lecturers, upgrading of infrastructure on campuses, lecturer training and the development of support materials, guidelines and rules for user standards. Phase 2 started in January 2013 wit h the implementation of a design‑based research project which includes several planned interventions to ensure continuous development and support of lecturers and students with the focus on enhancing the academic experience of students. During this phase qualitative and quantitative methodologies were implemented and included the sharing of experiences using different digital media, tools and instruments to gather data from lecturers, students and other role‑players. Data was analysed and compared with di fferent theoretical frameworks for using integrating innovative technologies in learning environments. Changes that took place in teaching and learning practices will be discussed by way of using the technology integration matrix and other measurements to determine the development and movement of teachin 

 

Keywords: Keywords: mobile learning, e-textbooks, tablet computers, faculty development, students enhancement of academic experience

 

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JiFUNzeni: A Blended Learning Approach for Sustainable Teachers Professional Development  pp77‑88

Brown Bully Onguko

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Addressing Diversity in Health Science Students by Enhancing Flexibility Through e‑Learning  pp89‑100

Joy Penman, Jyothi Thalluri

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Implementing Blended Learning at a Developing University: Obstacles in the way  pp101‑110

Mswazi Tshabalala et al

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'I am not a Person with a Creative Mind': Facilitating Creativity in the Undergraduate Curriculum Through a Design‑Based Research Approach  pp111‑125

Denise Wood, Carolyn Bilsborow

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