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How to conduct meta-analysis: a basic tutorial
Meta analysis refers to a process of integration of the results of many studies to arrive at evidence syn- thesis. Meta analysis is similar to systematic review; however, in addition to narrative summary that is conducted ...
Reviewing the landscape of ICT and teacher education over 20 years and looking forward to the future
(University of Canterbury. School of Literacies and Arts in Education, 2011)
In 1992 JITTE was the first journal in its field and some said that there were not enough scholars to fill its issues. This special issue celebrates the very fertile field that is spread before us twenty years later with ...
A mOOC prepared to make a difference
(University of Canterbury. School of Educational Studies and LeadershipUniversity of Canterbury. College Office (Education), 2013)
mOOC’s arguably form one of the most discussed topics in education today providing the means possible to disperse education to a widening audience, allowing Universities a new mean of recruitment and delivery. The ...
Users' guide to Knowledge management with concept maps and mind maps: what are these and a proposal of a workflow
In this article we describe concept maps, mind maps, and explain the differences between concept and mind maps. We also describe and their relative contributions to the process of assimilation and development of knowledge. ...
From Castalia to Wikipedia: openness and closure in knowledge communities
(University of Canterbury. School of Educational Studies and Human Development, 2011)