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  • Vol 15 Iss 11

    Pdf     The Use of Internet Services by Female Graduate Students in Girls Colleges Central Library (GCCL), Imam Abdulrahman Bin Faisal University Essa A. Alibraheim1, Hassan F. Hassan2Najla N. Albuainain3,1Assistant professor, College of Education, Imam Abdulrahman Bin Faisal University, Saudi Arabia, 2Professor, College of Education, Imam Abdulrahman Bin Faisal University, Saudi Arabia, 3Imam Abdulrahman Bin Faisal University, Saudi Arabia Email: 1ealibraheim@iau.edu.sa, 2hfhassan@iau.edu.sa In recent times, technology has rapidly infiltrated all aspects of life, including education. One...

  • Vol 15 Iss 10

    Pdf     Students’ Cognitive Development Through Improvisations in a Theater Game-Based Approach Norzuraina binti Mohd Nor1, Norasmah binti Mohd Nor2, Santhi A/P Letchumanan3, Mohd Fadzil bin Mohd Arif4, Halim bin Busno5,Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris1, Institut Pendidikan Guru Kampus Perempuan Melayu2, Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Tok Perdana3, Sekolah Kebangsaan Sultan Abdullah4, Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Sultan Alauddin5 This study aims to examine students’ cognitive development during the teaching and learning of the topic of Mixed-media Paintings using a theater game-based approach....

  • Vol 15 Iss 9

    Pdf     Problems of Implementation ofArabic Language E-Curriculum in Amman’s Schools Dr. Issa Khalil Alhasanat, Arab Open University/Jordan, Email: I_hasanat@aou.edu.jo This study aims to explore the problems that exist in the challenges of implementation of Arabic language e-curriculum in Amman’s Schools. The researcher designed a questionnaire to identify these problems. The most prominent problems that confronted Arabic language teachers while applying e-curricula for the subject included technical problems in computer devices or communication networks, the scarcity of devices, inadequate...

  • Vol 15 iss 8

    Pdf     The Creativity Revolution and 21st Century Learning Dr Deborah Trevallion1, Mrs Leticia Nischang Cusanelli1, 1The University of Newcastle, Australia Our hearts ache with the loss of Sir Ken Robinson, (1950-2020) after an extraordinary life as one of the world’s leading educationalists and thinkers on creativity and innovation. The world has lost a giant with Sir Ken Robinson's passing. Sir Ken Robinson was to education, what Steve Jobs was to technology, and what Stephen Hawking was to physics and cosmology. Sir Ken Robinson, a great educationalist with a deep sense of humanity, an...

  • Vol 15 Iss 7

    Pdf     The Literacy Component Model: A Pragmatic Universal Paradigm Bruce Allen Knighta, Susan Galletlyb, Kerry Therese Aprilec aCentral Queensland University, Australia; University of Ostrava, Czech Republic, bPrivate Speech Pathologist, Australia, cCentral Queensland University, Australia DOI: 10.53333/IJICC2013/15700 The Simple View of Reading (SVR; Gough & Tunmer, 1986; Hoover & Gough, 1990), a well-established model used widely in reading research, states that reading comprehension builds from two relatively independent subskills, word-reading skills and language skills. By not...

  • Vol 15 Iss 6

    Pdf     Need-For-Touch, Product Innovativeness, Gender and Product Knowledge: A Contextual Study on Consumers in Saudi Arabia Abdulelah Althagafi1,2 Mahmood Ali3, Hasan Balfaqih1 , 1College of Business Administration, University of Business and Technology, Jeddah 21448, Saudi Arabia. 2Glasgow School for Business & Society, Glasgow Caledonian University, Glasgow, United Kingdom. 3The Institute of Business Management, Karachi, Pakistan. Corresponding author:  a.althagafi@ubt.edu.sa  This study extends earlier research on the role of Need-For-Touch on consumer behaviour. To be more precise, it...

  • Vol 15 Iss 5

    Pdf     Investigating the Impact of COVID 19 Outbreak on Stock Market Returns: Evidence from Pakistan Nazima Ellahia, Jamshaid ur Rehmanb, Numair Ahmad Sulehric, Muhammad Abrar Ahmadd, Tanzeela Qureshie, aAssociate Professor, Department of Economics & Finance, Foundation University Islamabad, Pakistan, bAssistant Professor, Department of Economics, Government College University Lahore, Pakistan, cAssistant Professor, Department of Business Administration, Foundation University Islamabad, Pakistan, dAssistant Professor, Department of History and Arts, Division of Arts and Social Sciences, University...

  • Vol 15 Iss 4

    Pdf     Financial Literacy and Financial Planning in the Retirement Family Neti Budiwatia, Fazar Nuriansyahb, Deni Nugrahac,a,b,Faculty of Economics, Universitas pendidikan Indonesia, Indonesia, cFaculty of Economics Education, Universitas Swadaya Gunung Jati, Indonesia, Email: netibudiwati@upi.edu a, fazar@upi.edub, deni.babeh@gmail.comc This theoretical literature study aims to provide an overview of the concept of the importance of financial literacy in financial planning, especially in old age. Financial knowledge in managing finances is very important, especially towards retirement age. Readiness to face...

  • Vol 15 Iss 1

    Volume 15, Issue 1, 2021 Special Edition: Innovative Ways Forward in Mental Health and Higher Education Practices   Guest Editor: Prof. Margaret Anne Carter Australian College of Applied Psychology (ACAP), Brisbane, Australia Pdf     Forwardby Prof. Margaret Anne Carter Pages i to iii   Pdf   Why Librarians Matter in the Promotion of Mental Health Literacy in Higher Education Dr. Philip Kwaku Kankam1, Frank Darkwa Baffour2, 1Department of Information Studies, University of Ghana., 2College of Arts, Society and Education, James Cook University. All over the world, mental health problems have been...

  • Vol 15 Iss 3

    Pdf     Distribution of Productive Zakat for Reducing Urban Poverty in Indonesia Nur Kholisa, Mugiyatib,a,bFakultas Ekonomi dan Bisnis Islam, UIN Sunan Ampel Surabaya, Indonesia, Email: anurkholis@uinsby.ac.id,   bmugiyati@uinsby.ac.id DOI: 10.53333/IJICC2013/15303 Productive zakat is a strategic mechanism to help alleviate poverty. This study aims to explore the mechanism by which BAZNAS manages productive zakat in an attempt to help alleviate poverty in Indonesia. This study uses a qualitative exploratory approach. Documentary data pertaining to zakat distribution to mustahīq in the urban...

  • Vol 15 Iss 2

    Pdf     An Employee Perspective of IT Innovation in the Banking Industry: Evidence from a Canadian Bank Branch Nabil Messabia, DBA, CPA, CGAa, Ngo Ngue Marguerite, MBAb,Chokri Kooli, Phdc,aAssociate professor, Université du Québec en Outaouais, Gatineau, Canada, bDoctoral candidate, Université du Québec en Outaouais, Canada, cAssistant professor, Lusail University, Doha, Qatar, Email: anabil.messabia@uqo.ca, bnmaguy2004@yahoo.fr, cibm4chk@yahoo.fr      The purpose of this paper is to understand the perceived impact of check imaging service as a technological innovation on bank employees....

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