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Research trends of ICT delivery systems in Malaysian higher education institutions: a content analysis
by Irfan N. Umar, Nur Hidayah Kamal, Nurullizam Jamiat, Mona Masood, Wan Fauzy Wan Ismail
International Journal of Intercultural Information Management (IJIIM), Vol. 2, No. 2, 2010

 

Abstract: Although the use of ICT in Malaysian higher education institutions is nothing new, there is a need to study its delivery systems' trends. A content analysis was carried out on 100 articles published in the latest four Malaysian Educational Technology Convention proceedings. The ICT delivery systems' trends were identified and clustered into three main categories: computer-based delivery (focusing on the use of CD-ROMs and stand-alone platforms), web-based delivery (utilising Web 1.0 technology) and technology-enhanced learning which focuses on the combination of Web 2.0 and other modern electronic devices. The features, details and examples of each delivery system are discussed.

Online publication date: Tue, 21-Sep-2010

 

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