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International Journal of Learning Technology

International Journal of Learning Technology (IJLT)

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International Journal of Learning Technology (5 papers in press)

Regular Issues

  • Role of extrinsic and intrinsic motivation on satisfaction in e-learning in Kuwait: an empirical research
    by Rabab Dawoud Alsaffar 
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  • Factors that impact the use of educational technology by Cypriot teachers: an alternative training opportunity
    by Kyriakos Demetriou 
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  • Effects of Flipped Teaching Method Integrated with Corrective Feedback on EFL Learners Grammar Learning and Retention
    by Sonour Esmaeili, Nasrin Hadidi Tamjid, Karim Sadeghi, Zohre Seifoori 
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  • Blended Learning in Tertiary Education: Teachers beliefs according to the Technology Acceptance Model
    by Juanjo Mena, María Cruz Sánchez-Gómez, Antonio Víctor Martín-García 
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  • ICT use patterns, mental health symptoms and the well-being of the Open Distance Learning student: A replication study with historically advantaged students
    by Mc Donald Van Der Merwe 
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