A Implantação de Instalações de TIC no Ensino e Aprendizagem no Ensino Superior: Um Estudo de Método Misto de Seu Impacto Sobre Professores e Alunos

Autores

  • Nafisat Afolake Adedokun-Shittu Institute of Education, International Islamic University Malaysia
  • Ismail Sheikh Ahmad Institute of Education, International Islamic University Malaysia
  • Joharry Othman Institute of Education, International Islamic University Malaysia
  • Tunku Badariah Tunku Ahmad Institute of Education, International Islamic University Malaysia

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.13037/ria.vol8n1.1899

Resumo

This study employed mixed method consisting qualitative and quantitative procedures to examine

the impact of ICT in teaching and learning at a University in Nigeria. The survey data were drawn

from 593 respondents (students and lecturers) and was analyzed using linear regression. For the qualitative

part, one-on-one and focus group interviews were conducted among 7students and 8lecturers to seek

their varying opinion on ICT impact on teaching and learning. Lecture-room observations were conducted

across 3classes to see how ICT is integrated. These multiple means findings were triangulated, compared

and contrasted to validate the study. Predictors of ICT impact were found to be perception, integration,

motivation and challenges. The qualitative interview and observation findings generated 4 similar themes

as the quantitative result which was conceptualized as a model that serves as a framework for researchers

on impact assessment.

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Biografia do Autor

Nafisat Afolake Adedokun-Shittu, Institute of Education, International Islamic University Malaysia

PhD candidate at the Institute of Education, International Islamic University Malaysia. Specializes in Instructional technology
and research interest includes: ICT in teaching and learning and mixed methods research.

Ismail Sheikh Ahmad, Institute of Education, International Islamic University Malaysia

Associate Professor at the Institute of Education, International Islamic University Malaysia.

His research interests include reading, literacy, qualitative and mixed methods research.

 

Joharry Othman, Institute of Education, International Islamic University Malaysia

Assistant Professor at the Institute of Education, International Islamic University Malaysia. His research interests are
assessment and measurement in education, statistics, research methods, Scale Theory including Rasch Models,
Instructional Technology in education using Electronic Portfolios.

Tunku Badariah Tunku Ahmad, Institute of Education, International Islamic University Malaysia

Assistant Professor (a senior lecturer) at the Institute of Education, International Islamic University Malaysia.

She lectures in courses pertaining to ICT in Education, Diffusion of Innovation Theories.

Her research interests include ICT uptake and utilization, innovative techniques in teaching and learning,

learning through inquiry, and science learning.

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05-12-2012

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