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ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY 7

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Aydin,S. (2012). A review of research on Facebook as an educationalenvironment. Educationaltechnology research and development,60(6),1093-1106.

Aydinconducted a research on the use of Facebook by students and theirteachers. The research focused on the use of the social platform bylearners and their teachers to share information to aid in theirlearning. The author looks at how the social platforms removebarriers of time and distance. The author concludes by appreciatingthe platform as an important medium for the students and teachers toshare information.

Blackwell,C. K., Lauricella, A. R., Wartella, E., Robb, M., &amp Schomburg, R.(2013). Adoption and use of technology in early education: Theinterplay of extrinsic barriers and teacher attitudes. Computers&amp Education,69,310-319.

Theauthors give us insight on the various barriers that learners andeducators face in their efforts to use technology. One of the primaryhindrances is lack ofenoughsupport for the young learners. They conclude by recommending supportfor the learners.

Buckingham,D. (2013). Beyondtechnology: Children`s learning in the age of digital culture.John Wiley &amp Sons: New York.

Ithis article, the authors discuss the advantages that learners haveexperienced during their learning process as a result of technology.The authors outline how technology enables learners to shareinformation online. The article gives information that students canalso access information written by other people without any charge orat a small fee.

Buckingham,D., &amp Willett, R. (Eds.). (2013). Digitalgenerations: Children, young people, and the new media.Routledge: New York.

Inthis article, the authors discuss the integration of learning in thelow grades of learning. Children in this grade embrace the use oftechnology by the use of various applications that are relevant totheir level of learning. They conclude by terming the adoption as agood approach for young learners get enough support.

Hamidi,F., Meshkat, M., Rezaee, M., &amp Jafari, M. (2011). Informationtechnology in education. ProcediaComputer Science,3,369-373.

Theauthors of this article start by giving a brief history of technologyadoption in the education sector. They look at how things havechanged from manual work to automated works. The authors arecategorical in accepting that technology aids in making work easierand effective. They discuss the various changes in the educationsector that enable students and teachers to perform their duties withease. The authors discuss how students use the available technologyand access information. They conclude by outlining how best learnersand teachers can use the available technology.

Oshima,K., &amp Muramatsu, Y. (2015). Current Situation and Issues Relatedto ICT Utilization in Primary and Secondary Education. FUJITSUSci. Tech. J,51(1),3-8. FUJITSUSci. Tech. J,51(1),3-8.

Thetwo authors did a study in Japan with two levels of learning. Theirresearch looks at the various hitches that education institutionsface in their efforts to adopt the technology. The situation broughtabout by this article reveals that the rate at which the technologyis being adopted is not equivalent to the curriculum development.They conclude by recommending the development of a dynamic curriculumable to adopt the relevant technology.

Schmid,R. F., Bernard, R. M., Borokhovski, E., Tamim, R. M., Abrami, P. C.,Surkes, M. A., &amp Woods, J. (2014). The effects of technology usein postsecondary education: A meta-analysis of classroomapplications. Computers&amp Education,72,271-291.

Theauthors of this article concentrate on one level of learning. Theirmain interest is the use of technology in high schools. TheMeta-analysis is a collection of information on the positive andnegative effects of technology in education. The article discusseshow students can take advantage of technology and concludes by givingmeasures that can be taken to address these challenge paused bytechnology.

Tran,S. T., Le Ngoc Thanh, N. Q. B., &amp Phuong, D. B. (2013).Introductionto information technology.Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard University, MA, US:Proceedings of the Ninth International CDIO Conference: June 2013.

Thisarticle is an account of the proceedings of a conference on theadoption of technology by the various sectors of the society. Thearticle stresses that a set of measures needs implementation to actas control on the use of technology. The conference conclusions arethat technology comes with its advantages and disadvantages. Thevarious sectors must adopt corrective measures to address thechallenges.

Wong,B. Y. Y., Wong, B. T. M., &amp Pang, S. (2015). A Framework forEffectiveness of Institutional Policies on Technology-EnhancedLearning. In Technologyin Education. Transforming Educational Practices with Technology(pp. 175-186). Springer Berlin Heidelberg.

Thearticle start by concurring with the fact that no sector can survivein today’s economy without the use of technology. The authorsassert that technology can transform the education sector. Accordingto the authors, the education practices must be put in a way thatthey embrace technology.

Wouters,P., Van Nimwegen, C., Van Oostendorp, H., &amp Van Der Spek, E. D.(2013). A meta-analysis of the cognitive and motivational effects ofserious games. Journalof Educational Psychology,105(2),249.

Theauthors look at the main factors that motivate learners withreference to the use of technology in learners. One of the factors isthe capability to get information with ease by just pushing a button.Students can conduct research. However, this is taking learners tothe verge of making students lazy. They conclude by recommending thateducators need to cultivate a culture of responsibility in learnerswhen they are using technology.

References

Aydin,S. (2012). A review of research on Facebook as an educationalenvironment. Educationaltechnology research and development,60(6),1093-1106.

Blackwell,C. K., Lauricella, A. R., Wartella, E., Robb, M., &amp Schomburg, R.(2013). Adoption and use of technology in early education: Theinterplay of extrinsic barriers and teacher attitudes. Computers&amp Education,69,310-319.

Buckingham,D. (2013). Beyondtechnology: Children`s learning in the age of digital culture.John Wiley &amp Sons: New York.

Buckingham,D., &amp Willett, R. (Eds.). (2013). Digitalgenerations: Children, young people, and the new media.Routledge: New York.

Hamidi,F., Meshkat, M., Rezaee, M., &amp Jafari, M. (2011). Informationtechnology in education. ProcediaComputer Science,3,369-373.

Oshima,K., &amp Muramatsu, Y. (2015). Current Situation and Issues Relatedto ICT Utilization in Primary and Secondary Education. FUJITSUSci. Tech. J,51(1),3-8. FUJITSUSci. Tech. J,51(1),3-8.

Schmid,R. F., Bernard, R. M., Borokhovski, E., Tamim, R. M., Abrami, P. C.,Surkes, M. A., &amp Woods, J. (2014). The effects of technology usein postsecondary education: A meta-analysis of classroomapplications. Computers&amp Education,72,271-291.

Tran,S. T., Le Ngoc Thanh, N. Q. B., &amp Phuong, D. B. (2013).Introductionto information technology.Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard University, MA, US:Proceedings of the Ninth International CDIO Conference: June 2013.

Wong,B. Y. Y., Wong, B. T. M., &amp Pang, S. (2015). A Framework forEffectiveness of Institutional Policies on Technology-EnhancedLearning. In Technologyin Education. Transforming Educational Practices with Technology(pp. 175-186). Springer Berlin Heidelberg.

Wouters,P., Van Nimwegen, C., Van Oostendorp, H., &amp Van Der Spek, E. D.(2013). A meta-analysis of the cognitive and motivational effects ofserious games. Journalof Educational Psychology,105(2),249.