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Dear all researchers,
I am a new researcher in ICT, I am an Instructor in Safety Management System training. One of our syllabi is accident scenario and risk assessment practice.
Is there any researcher who can give us information related to:
1. List of safety hazards in the aerodrome
2. What tools do you use for plotting the risk assessment process (excel, Docx, or an app)
I appreciate that response to my question.
Thank you
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Dear Amalia,
Aviation sector is pretty mature sector with strong national/international regulatory institutions, standards and global best practices.
This maturity helps to mitigate accidents scenario related to airports. Further, adoption of new technologies like instrument landing system (ILS) etc. also reduces probability of accidents in airports.I hope that adoption of more and more ICTs will also help in enhance effectiveness of O&M of aeroplanes at airports that will also reduce aviation risks.
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I am looking for a factor with its broad explanation of how is it affecting the ICT growth in rural schools
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Dear Kanya Zangqa,
Digital access may be divided into five elements of: availability, affordability, awareness, ability, and agency.
Refer to below link
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Many challenges affect developing countries from all angles, though some can be solved by ICT but it is greatly hindered by the unwillingness of the existing innovators to commit to the quest. for known and unknown reasons.
Any ideas on different ways on how and ideas that can be brought to life ...user the comment section. thanks
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The question is more pertinent to demarcating to those who are accessing the Digital devices and to to those who are not accessing it
It can be said that the Digital Divide but how far it affects the stakeholders in developing and developed countries in particular.
Most of the activities were carried out by the ICT technologies in developing countries due to the extent of using these technologies at greater manner.
Of course, the technological challenges are common in developed countries also. Some US school students don't have laptops whereas the developing countries students have an opportunity to access these technologies on donors issued equipments or tax free digital devices issued by the certain Government like Kenya.
Each discipline has its own impact of using the digital devices accordingly but the Social Sciences have been intensified with different statistical softwares now a day.
Even the data collection method by Survey Monkey or online surveys etc could support the researchers in the modern trends.
On side of the digital challenges are numerous affordability to buy digital devices, lack of income, technological gap etc hindered the development of ICT usage and accessibilities.
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What research should be done for blended learning, AR/VR etc in education?
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Prof. Kien Tran
Information Communication Technology (ICT) as supporting media for education (eLearning) is a relevant topic nowadays.
Best Regards.
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Does ICT help increase public sector performance and how? What are your experiences?
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We all know that information and communication technology (ICT) has fundamentally changed our world... ICTs are also very important in solving problems that face our entire planet: the threat of change climate... ICTs are indeed part of the solution.
These technologies are already being used to reduce emissions and help countries adapt to the impacts climate change... Governments and industries that have adopted green development strategy, in the 21st century there will be
environmentalists and leaders in the economy.
Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is a combination of devices and services that collect, transmit and display data and information electronically. This includes personal computers (PCs) and their peripherals, broadband networks and telecommunication devices, and data centers.
According to data released by ITU in October 2010, the number of Internet users in the world has doubled over the past years and will exceed 2 billion in 2010, with most of the new users coming from developing countries. The number of people with Internet access at home increased from 1.4 billion in 2009 to 1.6 billion in 2010, yet only 13.5 percent of them are online.
developing countries. There are significant differences between regions: 65 percent of the population in Europe use the Internet, while in African countries only 9.6 percent have access to it.
With the rapid expansion of broadband content and applications on the Internet, there is increasing demand for high-speed broadband connections, seen as a catalyst for growth. ITU Secretary-General Hamadoun Touré has called broadband "the next tipping point, the next truly transformative technology" –
it can create jobs, serve as a driving force
development and productivity, and underpin long-term economic competitiveness.
ITU Plenipotentiary Conference held in Guadalajara
in October 2010 (PP-10), adopted Resolution 182 "Role of
telecommunications/information and communication technologies in climate change and environmental protection"
This resolution
pointed out the need to help developing countries use ICTs to address climate change and ITU to collaborate with other stakeholders such as GeSI to develop tools to support the use of ICTs by developing countries.
Findings from studies such as the recent GeSI SMART 2020 study clearly show that better use of ICTs can lead to huge reductions in CO2e (carbon dioxide equivalent).
ICTs can impact climate change in three main ways:
• reducing emissions in the ICT sector itself by introducing more
efficient equipment and networks;
• reducing emissions and achieving energy efficiency in other sectors by, for example, eliminating the need for travel and replacing physical objects with electronic ones (reducing material intensity);
• Helping developed and developing countries adapt to the adverse effects of climate change through the application of ICT-based weather and environmental monitoring systems worldwide.
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Dear Colleagues,
With an increasing number of countries implementing digital health and digital public health tools, questions arise about whether these tools are effective and how to implement them best nationally. The lack of a validated and standard list of indicators complicates the comparison of digital health maturity between countries. We need guidance for governments in setting up strategies for the effective implementation and adoption of digital public health tools in routine care and the prevention of diseases.
To address this challenge, we want to invite researchers and practitioners from medicine, public health, economics, computer science, law, cultural studies, sociology, or other comparable disciplines. Participants should know about the development, implementation and evaluation of digital public health systems to take part in a Delphi study to choose the leading quality indicators to assess the maturity of national digital public health systems from four perspectives:
1. The information-telecommunication-technology requirements
2. The political support and legal regulation for the implementation and use of health technologies and the generated data
3. The application of concrete digital health tools to the national health system
4. The collective social willingness to use these tools
We are using a snowball approach to reach as many experts as possible. Please join our effort by participating in this Delphi study https://bit.ly/3raMsVY. Please forward this message to all your mailing lists of colleagues that might fit the purpose of this study. Every participation will be greatly appreciated and contribute to a better understanding of international digital public health systems.
This Delphi study will be conducted within the German Leibniz ScienceCampus Digital Public Health research project entitled "Developing a Maturity Measurement Model for Digital Public Health: The Digital Public Health Readiness Index".
Best regards and take care,
Laura Maaß
(on behalf of the digital public health readiness index team and the EUPHA Digital Health Section)
Link to Survey: https://bit.ly/3raMsVY
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Thank you, Laura! I'll have a look to see if it makes sense for me to participate. I am not a health care practitioner, though. I guess I responded to your call mainly in the role of a (concerned) citizen and patient (being on the receiving end of our German health care system). I am mostly concerned with ethical issues. These include, in my view, that, for instance, certain aspects of the doctor-patient interaction should not be digitized - neither in the sense of being digitally stored, nor even documented at all. I know this is a sensitive issue and probably speaks against the trend of increasing documentation, admin etc. in the health care system. Moreover, I think that we should exercise utmost care in not to overdo replacing physical (vis-a-vis/in-person/face-to-face) interaction between doctor and patient by digital communication. I see very grave dangers there. Anyway, at the end of the day, I think our great tradition of medical practise evolved out of the ancient, humanistic Graeco-Roman tradition (Hippocrates etc.). I think we must never loose this "human touch" in medicine. This is my main concern with the risk of over-digitising the health care system.
Thank you & all the best!
Julius
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Is anyone interested in submitting a research paper to the IEEE International Conference on ICT Solutions for eHealth (in conjunction with ISCC 2022)?
The deadline has been extended to April 04!
All accepted papers will be included in the ISCC 2022 Proceedings and will be submitted for inclusion to IEEE Xplore. The ISCC Proceedings have been indexed in the past by ISI, dblp and Scopus.
#ICT #eHealth #cloudcomputing #mobileHealth #iot #artificialintelligence #machinelearning
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Thank You. I submitted the paper with new research.
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Hello,
I am completing my doctorat studies on Educational ICT.
Can you advice me what are the Best European researchers on digital competence/literacy for high school teachers and administration ?
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Jaime Santos
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The website --- https://NDAcademy.FoxPing.com/ => Electronics
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I am carrying out a research that is related to the question.
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According to the Patras blended strategy model, Distance Education quality depends heavily on the competences of online educators [1]. Staff professional development and training -as Prof Bruno De Lièvre mentions- is vital but more aspects are required for sustainable quality achievement [1]. Each letter of the TPACK model [2] counts: teaching staff needs to have technological and pedagodical next to content knowledge. If any aspect is lacking, online learning is likely to suffer. More details on how these principles can be implemented into distance learning practice can be found in the following publications [1-3]:
[1] Mystakidis, S., Berki, E., & Valtanen, J.-P. (2019). The Patras Blended Strategy Model for Deep and Meaningful Learning in Quality Life‑Long Distance Education. Electronic Journal of E-Learning, 17(2), 66–78. https://doi.org/10.34190/JEL.17.2.01
[2] Fragkaki, M., & Mystakidis, S. (2021). Distance Higher Education Learning and Professional Pedagogy: Training the Trainers. 20th European Conference on E-Learning (ECEL 2021), 155–163. https://doi.org/10.34190/EEL.21.061
[3] Mystakidis, S., Fragkaki, M., & Filippousis, G. (2021). Ready Teacher One: Virtual and Augmented Reality Online Professional Development for K-12 School Teachers. Computers, 10(10), 134. https://doi.org/10.3390/computers10100134
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Dear Professor/Researcher,
I would like to invite you to submit a book chapter proposal for my edited book 'Information and Communication Technologies for Humanitarian Services', that will be published by the Institution of Engineering and Technology (The IET, UK). Please find the detail call for chapter at https://www.cfplist.com/CFP/19632 .You are also welcome to suggest another topic/chapter title if you feel it would be more suitable. 
 If you are interested to contribute, please send the abstract (chapter proposal) within 25 February 2019 to the editor by e-mail nazrul@cse.mist.ac.bd (The full chapter need to be submit by the August 2019) . If you are unable to participate and believe someone else is qualified for this role, do feel free to extend this invitation to your respective colleagues/peers.
Best Regards
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Is the book indexed in scopus
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our Foundation is trying to learn how to use ICT for empowerment, we are located in Venezuela, and our blog (is spanish, but may be translated) is http://interconectados.org/
Looking forward to a close interaction
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Very interesting& professional bitácora, Prof. Luis Ordoñez, thank you for sharing the link:
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The layers involved are the Generation layer, Transmission layer, Distribution layer, and the Customer layer of an IOT driven Microgrid.
I want to list the name of an advance attack type on each layer with description regarding how that attack is launched on that layer.
My findings, within the context of microgrid network, to prevent from each of the above-mentioned attacks in the future.
A detailed unified network diagram of each layer showing the locations of attacks within the ICT infrastructure of the microgrid network.
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Here is a starting point Adefemi
Network Chuck provides lots of information about all kinds of network attacks and penetration testing and security via YouTube videos
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What research paper can you recommend to us about the effectiveness of using ICT in teaching the subject "Resistance of Materials" in technical universities?
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Dear Dr. Bazar Dzhumaevich Ulugov , thank you for this wonderful technical question.
Many studies indicate positive role of ICT in the teaching (and learning) process.
I personally feel ICT is quite useful for all subject categories.
As the world is becoming more digital every passing day, using ICT in teaching has also become inseparable from teaching (in a broader sense).
The following links may be useful.
For school level teaching
For children with intellectual disabilities
For vocational subjects
Language (English) teaching
Teaching Physics subject
Teaching geometry at Primary
Teaching Engineering subjects
Medical subjects teaching
and
Thanks and best regards
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The last time that I asked a question about the relationship between ICT and social innovation, I received good feedback. I would now like to ask your suggestion about the analytical model, data, and appropriate tools for examining this relationship.
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We want here the list of UGC Care journal and Scopus Indexed Journals in the area of ICT and Software Application in various Societal domain?
Zero APC should be preferred..
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Of course the Journals which are Scopus Indexed lists could be taken into account for the publication for promotion purposes by the UGC in India.
You can find in Google those Scopus Indexed Journals for all the subjects.
I feel that Information Science, Information Technology, Innovative Sciences Journal are mostly suitable for ICT related manuscripts for publication.
The term ICT has the combination of both traditional and modern ICT technologies.
UGC Care Scopus Indexed Journals have been shortlisted by the group of academicians by measuring the quality, subject specific, grammatical, citation checked standard effects of the manuscripts.
All these are Scopus Indexed, Web of Science, Clarivate analysis etc are considered in the range of the quality aspects in get.
In terms of fast publications need to fulfill the above criteria of the manuscripts before publishing.
It is not only in India but also throughout the world Universities are being followed these standard criteria for considering in publications.
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If yes, what are the barriers and opportunities for using these types of innovations in urban community development ?
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ICT comes under Institutional factor includes Mobile phone access, Telecommunications, cosmopoliteness etc could help to transform the new technologies in the society.
ICT is a medium through which the user can access the variety of technological benefits to shape up their businesses.
The technological innovation have great impact in its usages.
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Hello everyone,
I recently read an article "Pros and cons of using ICT in teaching ESL reading and writing" which is related to my current research. I would like to discuss with you my understanding and questions regarding this area as below:
1. I like the way that the authors finalized the questions with several steps such as first draft, content and face validity, second draft and so on.
2. Would you please share with me how did you decide samples if you are the author?
3. I realized the majority participants are over 30 years old. Some of them are even more than 50. I am thinking if the age will be a factor impacting the result.
It will be much appreciated that you could give me some suggestions or insights in this area.
Thanks, Ying Laura Liu
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As an ESL Practitioner, I believe that technology plays an important role in language learning. We are in the era where digital softwares and applications are just a click away from both teachers and students. However, the question is are you teaching reading and writing with the machine or technology or are you using technology as a tool or aid for teaching? Thus it is critical for teachers to choose appropriate "mindtools" to aid the students in ESL learning. Moreover, having a group of participants with different age range is quite interesting. It would be great if you could do a comparative study to probe the difference if any.
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I am working on a project regarding the impact of ICT investment on economic growth of the MENA region from 2007 to 2017. we will use econometric model and we wil set the ICT development index as a proxy to measure the ICT. I found data about ranks of IDI in 2007,2008,2010,2011,2012,2013,2015,2016,2017, but I can't find in 2009 and 2014, so can someone help me where can I find these two years?
thanks in advance.
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How to make ICT index, I mean what weights to assign internet, mobile and fixed phone line?
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Hello! I have a data from 72 schools and it has variables and data like: teacher experience, student's socio economic status, availability of the computer(ICT) room, marks for each subject, marks for the tests for a particular years (2013, 2014,2015), average score for the final exam, etc. Output variable is student performance in the final test.
Which statistical techniques can you recommend to analyze this data? Which one would best suit this data?
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Latent variable modelling using SEM or hierarchial regression.
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Do I use OLS or GMM estimator
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OLS
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Role of agricultural extension is very important to disseminate information and technologies among the small and medium farmers. bur due to some setback like lack number of extension personals, lack of updated modern technologies technology is not disseminating in effective way. extension personals also not well updated with modern mechanism.
so Is it possible to use ICT in agricultural extension to improve agricultural marketing in Developing Countries like India?
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Not only this is possible, as desirable, in India or another country in the world
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I am a research scholar in Goa University, looking for fellow researchers in India working in the field of ICT, educational technology and digital humanities.
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I understood that you are looking for how ICT based educational technology influencing the literature of the language studies.
Here we can classify the ICT has both modern and traditional.
The modern ICT devices supporting the scholars with digital technologies whereas the traditional ICT like Newspaper, Magazines, pamphlets etc.
The linguistics research also influenced by ICT devices to dig more in-depth knowledge of the literature review of the particular research studies.
Navigating the new knowledge and literatures through Internet would support the scholars to get exact literatures according to their research.
The digital Access to Information is also another influenced factor for searching the more pertinent literatures for language.
The semantic and syntactic version of the knowledge on the particular language literatures could be possibly obtained in a short period of time.
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The use of ICT aims at facilitating communication between people and digital information processing systems, ensuring the coordination of people and material resources and cooperation in the work environment of journalistic production, to benefit reflective collective intelligence. So, the main question is: can a semantic framework in the 3C collaboration model be designed to facilitate journalistic work in a newsroom environment?
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Hi. I hope the following website could help ypu:
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I am investigating the organizational factors affecting the use of ICT systems in academic libraries. As part of my research objectives, I am seeking to determine how aspects of the internal environment such as organizational strategy, organizational structure, organizational culture, organizational staff and resources affect the adoption of ICT in libraries. Is there any useful questionnaire out there I can adopt? what some of the useful questions one can pose to elicit information on how the culture of an organization affects the adoption and use of ICT?
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Hi. I agree with Voola.
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What might be the relevance of ICT in design and planning of libraries especially to developing countries
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Several of the references at https://www.researchgate.net/project/Libraries-of-the-Future have to do with ICT and may be of interest.
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Most schools use ICT tools to ease the load on teachers overburdened teachers, enable full coverage of the school curriculum and make learning fun. Do you agree?
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ICT permits teachers to generate and adjust resources rapidly and effortlessly. ICT tools permit access to an extensive scope of data in numerous set-ups, and interactive whiteboards (IWBs) have become indispensable tools in the teaching space.
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Did ICT enhanced pedagogy promote pedagogical transformation?
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With the development of ICT, we have the opportunity to better realize the various phenomena around us, which seems us to be a “mystery”. I think that the development of ICT has to a certain extent brought pedagogy in a new direction (but I am not talking about all areas of science and education). I want to give an example from my own practice. One of the most difficult tasks for students is to imagine the propagation of radio waves from BS antenna under various conditions. However, the use of 3D radio wave propagation simulators in the teaching process has allowed students, engineers and even lecturers to better understand the propagation of radio waves in real life.
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Good afternoon ladies and gentlemen, i need your help guys, What are emotional and psychological impacts of using ICT to teach learners?
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The utmost importance Psychological factors which influenced the Impact of ICT to teach learners.
The terms Emotions, Perception, Achievement Motivation, Knowledge and Skills are the important variables in the Psychological factors in general.
When you conduct research on measuring these psychological variables will definitely improve the knowledge of the learner using ICT devices etc.
At present the situation is out of our control but the necessity of leaning things are mandatory. All these ICT equipments are definitely influencing these Psychological factors in the society.
The other things are waiting for discussion.
Attitude might be either Positive or Negative focus to improve the individuals in the society.
Perception has Positive and Negative focus that is purely depends on the individual.
Motivation will help to think more and more to the learner's right choice.
Knowledge will increase the learners using these ICT devices.
Next Skills of the individual will increase due to ICT equipments.
If is obvious that the digital Access will determine the intensity of ICT equipments as well.
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As an online or blended learning lecturer or an ICT specialist working at Distance Learning Department, how have you perceived the integration between Learning Management System (LMS) and Academic Management System at Higher or Vocational Education Institutions?
I'd like to read opinions and feelings from online, F2F and blended learning lecturers but also from ICT specialists working with this.
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In my university in Venezuela - ULA, there is no integration between LMS and the Academic MS.
Moodle courses are only for a few ones in a couple of Faculties, those that some unknown people choose.
As a result, more than 2300 university undergraduate and graduate courses still lack an LMS.
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ICT is so interwoven with common mans life the paper is very interesting and illuminating.. As the author Harare says in his Homo Deous, 99 % of homo sapiens are bound to become useless with 1 % becoming superhuman: the impact of ICT.
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Interesting topic.
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Hi, I am looking for literature that allows student engagement to be measured in terms of student participation and motivation
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In my opinion, the influence of information and communication technologies, ICT and internet technologies on the involvement of students in the education process can be large and is constantly growing. This increase is due to the growing importance of these technologies in the teaching process. The increase in the importance and scale of the use of ICT and Internet information technologies in teaching processes was also influenced by the development of the SARS-CoV-2 (Covid-19) coronavirus pandemic in connection with the dissemination of the use of remote education implemented in the e-learning formula via online videoconferencing platforms. In the context of remote education, the impact of ICT on student engagement is investigated, inter alia, through student testing.
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Dariusz Prokopowicz
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The final qualification assessment for major programs is a strict regimen that involves different stages - oral and written exams, final project viva, internal and external review.
How are ICT tools used to translate real-life qualification assessment practices into the online qualification assessment process in a blended format? Especially due to COVID-19 quarantine measures?
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Thank you for sharing the paper, Dr. Yuliya Shtaltovna
I will read it as I promised as soon as have some time available.
Best Regards.
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In my survey, 'ICT adoption' as the dependent variable was manifested as use of the respondents of the different forms of ICT--for example., installing wifi or internet service; making the company visible in online booking apps; buying tablets, smartphones or other electronic gadgets for order taking, monitoring and/or reporting; etc. Now, how can I code these options in SPSS?
If I need to create a range--for example, three ICT forms as '1', four ICT forms as '2', etc., does the range need to be similar to the independent variable? For instance, if I used a Likert scale of 5 for the IVs, does the DV also need to have 5 items in the range?
Thanks in advance.
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To be honest without looking at your data set it’s difficult for me to comment. I suggest you use SPSS and run a factor analysis for all your questions. Then you will have an idea about the response you have got and how they are grouped.
Also see if your data is normally distributed or not. If it’s normal distributed, then you can try parametric tests. If not you have to go for non parametric tests
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Hey, I used a survey with Likert scale data to identify the requirements to design n ICT intervention for occupational stress management. Now I'm trying to find an appropriate way to analyze my dataset to get an insight on user requirements (prioritize the requirements). If you have any ideas or similar type of studies/methods please share.
Thanks in advance.
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Teaching ICT in the context of Covid 19 is more than an urgency. However, with a strictly reduced time (4 weeks only), how can one teach that important multi-disciplinary field?
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Avoid the tendency to see ICT just as tools to be mastered but rather developing skills needed in the workplace like collaboration and critical thinking with the ICT tools as a means toward this end. If you are in an educational context, apply the Blooms DigitalTaxonomy in identifying the possible technology for achieving your objectives as explained in this resource:
Best,
Debra
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I would like to update to an official department, called ICT Research Centre (I'm the head of this deprartment), but I can't update it. How is it possible?
My institute is Károli Gáspár Egyetem/University of Hungary, and my department is one of the departments of the University, which is not listed among the departments of University. What should I do?
Thanks,
Ida Dringó-Horváth
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You're welcome Ida Dringó-Horváth.
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Governments are investing extensively in ICT training. One of my research questions will measure the cost effectiveness of this investment.
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The next generation will have to worlk with a totally revolutioned IT. So, instead of teaching them the already out-moded technology, let's prepare them to face the new one that will incorporate unimaginable techniques with undless possibilities.
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Greetings to all!
  • I'm a Ph.D Research scholar in the Department of Education. Please help me to find a research topic in the area of ICT (Information and Communication Technology) and Education keeping in view the current scenario.
  • Related to Online Learning and Education will get considered.
Your valuable suggestions are much appreciated and welcomed...
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Research the effectiveness of online versus in-person learning. Find classes with both in-person and online students that are evaluated with the same tests and assignments. Normalize grades somehow, this is a big challenge, and compare. The answer is one that the world is waiting to hear. A solid conclusion that significantly advances knowledge on the subject will be good for your career. It is an important question, and it's answer could change the course of education around the world.
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The app itdoesn´t start correctly (0xc000007b). Press click in Accep to close it.
The app was made in VC10.
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CTRl+F5
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Preferably would like to know in the context of surface irrigation with regards to monitoring, delivery, scheduling, feedback etc.
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I am in the process of writing a literature review paper on Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC). Google Scholar shows more than 52700 publications talking about MOOC and I assume most of Edu. Databases will show more or less number. This is even if the first MOOC was introduced in 2008!
I know your recommendations and insights will enlighten the work. Please tell me first what you believe the future of MOOC will be and then recommend the keystones articles in your point of view.
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The technics of MOOCs and also nano MOOCS (NOOCs) will improve more and more, Prof Alaa Aldahdouh.
It takes time, but some platforms are going to be very efficient in delivering MOOC courses.
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Instead of ICT enabled education can we use a term ICT enabled schooling as per my thinking we can have a definition of ICT with respect to a particular school, its assessment and its influence under this term.
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Education is a general term while school will be more specific in terms of coverage. It will help to promote a particular type of ICT education.
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These days, ICT skills courses are expected to be offered at all levels of education. Is there typical ICT Curriculum for Kindergarten, primary and secondary school students that can be customized for a given country context?
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After noticing that my learners are fond of using websites, open access resources and social networks, I started to consider devoting more time to the use of ICT inside the classroom as well as assigning homeworks where they use technology.
Yet, I am not sure how would this make language teaching more effective considering the fact that internet is not accessible to all learners in the Algerian context.
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http://www.jcreview.com/fulltext/197-1587299334.pdf I hope this article will help to you to get some more info Jouhaina Ouachtati
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What should parliament and its members expected to do to promote the adoption of ICTs in developing countries? Share me resources on this topic.
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Legal norms should be enacted that will provide subsidies for companies that plan to implement modern information and communication technologies in their business activities.
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Do to the development in ICTs, the role of libraries is also changing. In line with this, we need to revisit the traditional Library Science curriculum. What are major major changes expected in the curriculum?
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In the Age of the Internet, the new learning outcomes that syllabuses in library and information services should deliver have to do with (a) learning and innovation skills (e.g., critical thinking and problem solving; creativity and innovation; communication and collaboration; visual literacy; scientific and numerical literacy; cross-disciplinary thinking; and basic literacy); (b) information, media, and technology skills (e.g., information literacy; media literacy; and information, communications, and technology literacy); (c) life and career skills (e.g., flexibility and adaptability; initiative and self-direction; social and cross-cultural skills; productivity and accountability; and leadership and responsibility); and (d) 21st century themes (e.g., global awareness; financial, economic, business, and entrepreneurial literacy; civic literacy; health literacy; and environmental literacy).
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What are the other possible way to indicate involvement of ICT process.
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Mila Ilieva
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I am a Mathematics educator. I want to conduct research in this field. Please help me.
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Dear Tilak Bahadur Khatri, in addition to all the interesting answers to this thread, you can check Khan Academy math resources:
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As a Textile student i always noticed that ICT sector make many easier thing for our textile sector but curious mind want to know, Aren't Textile Sector can help to developed the ICT sector?
If, yes! Then how? In which ways?
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Technologies sewbot, printing, 3D, artificial intelligence, intelligent fabrics (antivirals, insecticides, pollution detector, anti-odorants, ultraviolet protection, etc.).
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Many in-service teachers were not trained on ICT integration. COVID 19 has made it clear that teachers need to have been well versed with the use of ICT in teaching and learning environment. This was not the case in developing nations and this has caused great violation of the right to education in many countries. Is it possible to have all teachers able to teach with technology? If so how?
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Prof. Bernadette Kiarie, Mexico state and Private Foundations are trying to integrate the use of TIC for teaching and learning for the majority of the country.
I don't have the statistics, but they have very useful resources free of cost. Of course, not all have an internet connection, but it is a good start.
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What information and communication technologies do you think are necessary to make the lesson more effective in teaching the subject of Material Resistance?
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High effective!!!
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A teacher should treat himself/herself as a facilitator in today's classes and it can be easily achieved by quizziz.com, kahoot and menti.com etc.
Integration of these tools really help us in converting a teacher to co-traveller.
What is your opinion?
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ICT tools are mostly electronic and electricity based apparatuses which has made more comfortable than non-ICT tools like Newspaper, books etc.
ICT supported all categories of the stakeholders who are using these apparatuses like TV, radio, computer, mobile, tabs etc according to their knowledge and capacity.
ICT based equipments are user-friendly services to the normal stakeholders in the society. The people are convenient to operate these ICT tools because the language options will make them to learn how to operate individually.
ICT has great impact ok nuts usage by the massive technical and non-technical users in the community.
Due the invent if the Science and technology plus ICT tools are the added advantage to the everyone in the world. That is why the world has become Global Village nowadays.
The people are more addicted to the ICT devices than never ever before. It is very difficult to stay even single hour without ICT devices in the current situation. The impact of ICT has great significance effect among the people in irrespective of the environment.
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There are a number of ICT applications in health care practice today ( hospitals, polyclinics, general practice, nursing, public health etc.). Evaluation and improvement of such application is needed - first of all due to new knowledge in medicine and healthcare practice, and new demands for improving health of population. Digitalization of health care offer a number of possibilities, and what to do with such data is issue the health professional know best. "Nothing should be done for us without us" is a statement or the reason that health professional should be empowered to participate in development (evaluation and improvement) ICT applications for health care.
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Dear Josipa Kern,
The area “ICT applications for Health Care” is of great importance for the future. This research paper provides a broad analysis of various problems in this area:
Laura Kurtinaityte: E-HEALTH – THE USAGE OF ICT DEVELOPING HEALTH CARE SYSTEM: MULTIPLE-CASE STUDY OF EUROPEAN COUTRIES DENMARK AND LITHUANIA; Dissertation, University Halmstad, 2007
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I'm currently doing a critical review of factors influencing teacher's intention to adopt ICT. Then I was struck by why teachers are reluctant to adopt ICT in education. I was wondering the solution to solve the problem or improve the situation from teacher perspective. How can staff development or professional learning solve this problem? Are there any research focusing on how TPD programms influence teacher belief regarding ICT adoption? What knids of article would be recommended? I need help with the searching techniques.
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Dear Shudan Ma we have a paper on the subject. It might be interesting to you
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I am looking for an EMG device for psychological experiments (in Austria).
Do you have any recommendations for hardware and software?
I am currently programming with "presentation" from neurobehavioral systems, and would like to keep on using this software for stimuli presentation. So the software should be compatible with this.
For the software i found iMotions.
For the hardware i found the Shimmer EMG solutions.
Do you have experiences with the software/hardware and its support services?
Alternatives?
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Stephan F. Dahm I happy to connect with you regarding the different possibilities. iMotions platform integrates with presentation. The choice of HW depends on your requirements such as signal quality, wired/wireless and budget.
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I refer to the problem of assigning a name to identifiers (attributes, variables, etc.) in software development of decoupled systems, with the need to create a match. Typical scenario is the development of Web application in a classical 3-tier architecture.
Data layer defines their identifiers(e.g., table/column name). The same for other layers (e.g., Java Objects/Properties in the middle and Javascript Objects/Properties in presentation layer).
The freedom for developers to choose names for these identifiers +
the need to create a identifiers match among layers +
the possibility in large projects to have separate developers groups (even companies) for the each layers
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Create the "naming problem" : 2 identifiers do not match (e.g., Java attribute and table column) and system functionality doesn't work.
Often this occur at runtime.
In my experience the "naming problem" is the basis of most of the problems encountered during test phase.
It is surprising that many popular J2EE frameworks (e.g., mybatis) do not provide tools to validate this basic problem at compile/deploy time.
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This is called Refactoring in Java and software engineering. There are many resources on the Internet on this subject.
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Dear researchers,
During the Corona outbreak, the integration of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) has become a necessity, as ICT use in education is a systematic and structured process to improve its quality. However, as teachers ourselves, we do face some obstacles which differ from country to country, from culture to culture... Would you please mention some of these obstacles?
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Rababah
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Unfortunately, the interaction between the teacher and the student is missing, as is the mechanism for activating the student with surprising questions to arouse enthusiasm.
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Developing and under-developed nations understand the role of information and communication technologies (ICTs) for generating fast-paced growth while providing new and unimagined opportunities for previously disadvantaged populations. ICTs provide easy access to the wealth of human knowledge and to communication capabilities. The benefits of ICTs provide optimism for economically poorer citizens as there are numerous instances of ‘clever services’ enabled by inexpensive mobile phones, which are providing useful information, for example, about potentially harmful counterfeit drugs, which is of obvious benefit.
ICT can be defined as technologies that enable the handling of information and facilitate different forms of communication between human actors, human beings and electronic systems.
Overall, ICT is grouped together under two categories: the ‘traditional’ and the ‘new’. Traditional ICTs are non-electronic media such as print and analogue technologies, including books and newspapers, radio, television, fixed-line telephones and facsimile machines. New ICTs consist of computers and the data processing applications accessible through their use: email, the internet, word-processing, mobile phones, wireless technologies and other data processing applications.
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I do agree with Binu Pathippallil Mathew
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The article was published 2004, and the author is Jesus Salinas
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Thanks y’all. Grateful for your insights
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Hello,
I need ICT investment data.
how can I download this data from WISTA?
or who has this data and can share with me that?
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Dear Volker Täube,
Thanks for your reply,
but in OECD website, data are available by 2010.
also, how can I find ICT investment data for some developing countries?
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The appearance of COVID-19 has caused the modification of social relationships in multiple settings, where the university is one of them. How could the possibilities of interactive platforms and the Internet be used appropriately to guarantee the correct development of the teaching process in countries with little development in both aspects?
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1.Connectivity.
A first access barrier for using ICTs is the lack of a mobile network or broadband Internet network. In many rural areas, the basic infrastructure for ICT access is not yet presen't
2. Awareness.
Even if there is basic access and connectivity, not everyone understands what a mobile phone or the Internet can do for them, how to use a mobile for something other than a phone call, the kinds of information and services that can be accessed or delivered through a mobile phone or over the Internet, or how this information can be used to improve lives and livelihoods. Young people living in rural areas may not have ever heard of some of the mobile applications touted among development agencies or being used in capital cities.
3. Relevance.
Information and content available by mobile phone or on the Internet is not always culturally relevant, appropriate, in local language, consumable by the illiterate, or produced locally. This affects both motivation for accessing the information and absorption of information once it is accessed. It also means that the voices and contexts of much of the world are not represented.
4. Attainability.
Even if the other barriers to access have been resolved, socio-economic and cultural issues such as gender discrimination or attitudes about people with disabilities impact on the effective use of ICTs.
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  1. In the performance analysis of modern wireless communication systems like the scenario of factory automation with 5G URLLC, which path loss model will be suitable and appropriate to assume?
  2. Any comments on the recent empirical findings regarding the same?
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Use log normal _shadowing path loss model in microcell region if factory area is confined within 500 meters of radius. You will have to consider the several case...
1_ within building
2_From building to open space.
3_within open space
3_open space with scatters etc
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ICT has affected almost each and every area of business world. It has also assisted Govt. to curb tax evasion to a large extent. In manual records, it was not very easy to track the records,it is not so that manual record keeping was not efficient, but when we compare it with digital record keeping, then really manual record keeping seems to be less efficient,as far as retrieval of data is concerned. Moreover, various modes like eTDS, eTCS,e Filing of Income Tax Returns have really made tax payment by assessees, and in that way,Govt has also been able to expand its tax base by creating a large pool of satisfied tax payers. Let us share the experiences, benefits,issues,challenges the taxation has faced in ICT Environment.
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Here in this part of the world I.e. Nigeria, introduction of ICT tax system has been a subject of debate in the public domain especially the ones that directly affect personal income tax of the salary earners at the federal and state levels. The recent launched of the integrated payroll system IPPIS has been substantially faulted and criticized than being encouraged. The aggrieved side I.e. the earners have argued that the system is characterized with extortion and defraud. Others said the policy n implementation of the system is inappropriate n not sensitive to economic challenges facing the country. Although ICT driven tax system should be a welcome development because of its enormous advantages, however it introduction in Nigeria has generate strong critics especially among the academicians I.e. IPPIS
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In the Random Access procedure which is performed by MAC layer it selects preambles from set A and B with equal probablility for each set.As there is only 64 number of preambles why it has to be divided into two groups.is there any significance for each group?
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Group A: When the UL data quantity is relatively small and UE is in Poor Coverage.
GroupB: When the UL data quantity is relatively large and UE is in good coverage.
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What type of project is the most frequent, the research project, the developmental project, both? What part of Educational Technology and e-Learning is currently the most frequent subject of the projects? Is Artificial Intelligence involved in some way?
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I do believe that Microsoft Team is actively engaged as a current trend worldwide because it is an online collaboration workspace that brings together instant messaging, threaded conversations, meetings, audio or video calls, desktop and file sharing.
In addition, it works with all Office 365 apps like Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneDrive, SharePoint, OneNote, and probably with 365 Dynamics and Azure as well.
Some features are free for educators. The speed of the computer can be a problem although.
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What is the role of ICTs in enhancing economic growth, generating new business and employment opportunities?
And how we can use ICTs as effective productivity enhancing tools?
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I believe, ICT is just a tool. Education and creative ideas are the actual driver of progress at any time, so implementing ideas/modifying existing products and services/establishing new ones using the Internet can help to recover.
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Implementation of ICT applications post-covid 19 and its impacts in National development...
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Yes , certainly. Organization's will attempt to build such systems that one can work remotely or from home. More of AI integrations will happen with the ICT systems.
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I am working on the role of ICT in firm performance, here i'm in difficulty gathering the proxies related to ICT. Is data from different firms related to ICT enough to clear my topic or anything else?
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good work
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I am currently investigating in the usage of technology in the music class room in a collaborative creation setting, with kids aged 14-16.
Here, I am using interviews to develop an understanding of their experiences and opinions.
Reading up on relevant literature, it is often eg. described how the teacher-learner releation changes, but there is also the fact that teachers and students may be on a different level of "knowledge" about ICT. It could be that pupils, because they use a lot of (digital) technology in everyday life, know "more" than their teachers. This made me very curious to know more about teacher's perspective and opinions?
Are you as music education (context: school!) using ICT? Since when? in which way? What are you observing? What are your opinions, your experiences? Since when have you been teaching? Was ICT already on your teacher's training curriculum? Where are you situated?
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Dears,
I am working on the role of ICT in cooperative behavior of farmers in crop disease management. I just came across the term digital dualism which is mainly used in the highly techno-savvy environment. Do anyone has come across a perspective or literature that tries to bring it into the rural context?
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Digital dualism is concept that defines the opposition between online and offline realms. From the ontological point of view one reality can be or virtual, or material. From the epistemological point of view these two realities, in order to ensure communication, must be integrated with specific sets of tools. One possible reference: https://www.cogitatiopress.com/politicsandgovernance/article/view/1338
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When a person writes an article, how can they ensure that whatever they are writing, is not under plagarism?
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Urkund is a web-based application that conducts server-side plagiarism detection. The solution to detect plagiarism is integrated and automated. This is a paid service that utilizes a standard email program to upload documentation and display information. This program handles 300 separate types of submissions and checks all accessible online sources. The educational sources of documents are given more priority while searching.
Ithenticate for any text document is an effective tool for web-based plagiarism detection. Installation on a client computer is not necessary. Input materials are comparable with the references accessible on the site in this case. Many well-known journal publishers utilize this well-known method. It is a professional fast plagiarism checker  that is easy to use. This is meant for institutional use instead of personal use, but essentially this offers a restricting feature for consumers of the specific identification of plagiarism, such as students of master and doctoral education.  this allows them to check a  document of up to 25,000 words.
Turnitin is a successful  web-based tool.   Detection and reporting is done remotely in this method. 15,000 universities and 30 Million students have now approved Turnitin because of its user-friendly design, broad repository help, robust plagiarism tests and structured report production. It can be seen as one of the best  plagiarism checker
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All people face lockdown around the World as a result of which regular teaching learning process effected. To overcome this all are using e-learning/ICT based learning, so my question is that how it is helpful in your prospective.
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I think e-learning is very important, but it cannot be a substitute for traditional learning, so I recommend using combined learning based on both.
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ICT Intervention in delivery of advisory services during pandemic of COVID-19: A Case study
R.K. Singh1, R.P. Singh2, A.K. Singh3, V.P. Singh4, S.P. Upadhyay5, and A.K. Srivastava6
1Subject Matter Specialist-Agril. Extension, 2Senior Scientist & Head, 3Subject Matter Specialist-Agronomy, 4Subject Matter Specialist-Animal Science, 5Subject Matter Specialist-Soil Science, 6Subject Matter Specialist-Horticulture, Mahayogi Gorakhnath Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Chaukmafi (Peppeganj), Gorakhpur (U.P.)
Corresponding author E mail: rahulrrext91@gmail.com
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The objective of this article is to comparatively explore the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) interventions in the dissemination of agricultural information by the Krishi Vigyan Kendra before and during pandemic of Coronavirus as well as aware to the famers about containment of the pandemic spread of novel Coronavirus. The research adopted a quantitative research approach, while the study data were collected through the office of the KVK-II (MGKK) of Gorakhpur district (U.P.). The study revealed that the use of ICT interventions that include WhatsApp group, Facebook page, Website of the KVK, You tube channel, Personal phone calls, Radio talk, Tv talk, Text message, Audio Conference and Video conference etc. have an average increase up to 551.62% during pandemic in comparison to before the pandemic of COVID-19. This research not only explores the exiting status of ICT interventions to deliver the advisory services during Corona period but also provides a number of implications for the government, practitioners, policymakers and researchers for the effective utilization of the existing ICT interventions and for the future potential research and technological development to aware about containment of the pandemic spread of COVID-19 and future pandemics.
Keywords: COVID-19, Coronavirus, pandemic, KVK, ICT intervention.
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One of the most prominent policies that countries take to protect people from the threat of a pandemic is to quarantine the areas where the epidemic is spreading. And also the work of curfews and the closure of borders between countries ..etc
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This above question is prerequisite to have impact assessment study of technological interventions disseminated to farmers through various ict based platforms such as website,mobile apps,fb,whatsapp,youtube, twiter,kisan mobile help line,agrikiosks etc. for a period of two years in selected locations.
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Nice Dear Md. Abdur Rashid
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E-learning implementation relies on the effective modeling of (among others issues) content, participants-learners, content providers, infrastructural supplies, technology and the organisational culture thereof. These actors do not affect the end result in isolation but as a collective. The effects of each player on the whole can roughly be explained using Activity theory or Actor-network theory but this is not very holistic. I have a feeling that the SNT is better suited to investigate this problem especially that culture has an important role in shaping the effectiveness of e-learning systems.
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Pls, how can I use structural equation modelling analysing for this topic impact of ICT usage for project performance using time,cost and quality as variable