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  Should we welcome robot teachers?
Sharkey A.  Ethics and Information Technology 18(4): 283-297, 2016. Type: Article

The ethical concerns with robot teachers in primary schools are: privacy, attachment, deception, inappropriate dealings with humans, control, and accountability. Four roles for robot teachers are: classroom teacher, companion and peer, care-elicit...

Mar 1 2017
  Presentation Trainer, your public speaking multimodal coach
Schneider J., Börner D., van Rosmalen P., Specht M.  ICMI 2015 (Proceedings of the 2015 ACM International Conference on Multimodal Interaction, Seattle, WA,  Nov 9-13, 2015) 539-546, 2015. Type: Proceedings

The Presentation Trainer (PT) is a tool to improve a user’s public speaking by tracking her or his body and voice, observing aspects of nonverbal communication, and giving real-time feedback. Assessment results showed that users’ perfo...

Dec 30 2015
  Digital equity and intercultural education
Resta P., Laferrière T.  Education and Information Technologies 20(4): 743-756, 2015. Type: Article

Digital equity relates to the differences in access and usage of information and communications technology (ICT) for different people. Two-thirds of the people in so-called “developing” countries lack access to the Internet. This paper...

Dec 4 2015
  Boys’ needlework: understanding gendered and indigenous perspectives on computing and crafting with electronic textiles
Searle K., Kafai Y.  ICER 2015 (Proceedings of the 11th Annual International Conference on International Computing Education Research, Omaha, NE,  Jul 9-13, 2015) 31-39, 2015. Type: Proceedings

One major concern in IT has to do with how to bring about a culturally responsible computing environment. The authors use the experiences of ten American Indian boys, aged 12-14, in the 8th grade of a charter school on tribal land outside of Phoen...

Sep 22 2015
  Understanding HCI education across Asia-Pacific
Sari E., Wadhwa B.  CHIuXiD 2015 (Proceedings of the International HCI and UX Conference in Indonesia, Bandung, Indonesia,  Apr 8-10, 2015) 65-68, 2015. Type: Proceedings

The impetus to review this paper was the desire to know the state of human-computer interaction (HCI) education in the Asia-Pacific region. Many countries in the region lead the world in computer technology, but educators in the Asia-Pacific area ...

Jul 7 2015
  Cyber-slacking in the classroom
Taneja A., Fiore V., Fischer B.  Computers & Education 82(C): 141-151, 2015. Type: Article

Cyber-slacking means using the Internet and technology during scheduled class time for things other than class activities. The paper describes a careful experiment measuring attitudes and behaviors of undergraduate students that verifies what many...

Jun 30 2015
  Guide to teaching computer science: an activity-based approach (2nd ed.)
Hazzan O., Lapidot T., Ragonis N.,  Springer Publishing Company, Incorporated, New York, NY, 2015. 296 pp. Type: Book (978-1-447166-29-0)

This book represents a comprehensive collection of information that is suitable for all teachers and lecturers who deliver computer programming language courses. It can be used to guide a novice teacher who is beginning a teaching career and as a ...

Jun 12 2015
  What makes you clever: the puzzle of intelligence
Partridge D.,  World Scientific Publishing Co, Inc., Hackensack, NJ, 2014. 450 pp. Type: Book

This is more of a computing text than the title suggests. The book explores the progress of artificial intelligence (AI) at modeling human intelligence. The author has a long history working within AI....

Jan 15 2015
  A conceptual design model for CBT development: a NATO case study
Kok A.  Education and Information Technologies 19(1): 193-207, 2014. Type: Article

The idea of examining the design of a computer-based training (CBT) product for the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) is attractive. However, very little is presented about the unique needs of NATO personnel or how these needs would be add...

May 7 2014
  Online education 2.0: evolving, adapting, and reinventing online technical communication
Cargile Cook K. (ed), Grant-Davie K. (ed),  Baywood Publishing Company, Incorporated, Amityville, NY, 2013. 332 pp. Type: Book (978-0-895038-06-7)

One of the primary questions the editors of this book address is how the state of online education has evolved over the past ten years. They are pressed to consider the question as a follow-up to their previous effort [1], which covered the state ...

Feb 25 2014
 
 
 
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