Encyclopedia of Information Communication Technology, Volume 2

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Antonio Cartelli, Marco Palma
Information Science Reference, 2009 - Computers - 861 pages
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The Encyclopedia of Information Communication Technology
(ICT) is a comprehensive resource describing the influence of information
communication technology in scientific knowledge construction,
with emphasis on the roles of product technologies, process
technologies, and context technologies. Through 111 authoritative
contributions by 93 of the world's leading experts this reference covers
the materials and instruments of information technology: from
ICT in education to software engineering; the influence of ICT on
different environments, including e-commerce, decision support systems,
knowledge management, and more; and the most pervasive
presence of information technology, including studies and research on
knowledge management, the human side of ICT, ICT in healthcare,
and virtual organizations, among many others. Addressing many of
the fundamental issues of information communication technology,
the Encyclopedia of Information Communication Technology
will be a top-shelf resource for any reference library.

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Cartelli, a computer scientist professor and author of Teaching in the Knowledge Society (IGI, 2006), teams up with Palma, a professor of Latin palaeography, to edit this two-volume set on information ... Read full review

Contents

Factors Determining Teachers Beliefs and Perceptions of ICT in Education I Athanassios Jimoyiannis
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Information Communication Technology Tools for Software Review and Verification Yuk Kuen Wong
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