Emeritus Professor Glenn Finger
Emeritus Professor Glenn Finger
Emeritus Professor of Education, Griffith University
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What drives a successful e-Learning? An empirical investigation of the critical factors influencing learner satisfaction
PC Sun, RJ Tsai, G Finger, YY Chen, D Yeh
Computers & education 50 (4), 1183-1202, 2008
ICT integration and teachers' confidence in using ICT for teaching and learning in Queensland state schools
RM Jamieson-Proctor, PC Burnett, G Finger, G Watson
Australasian Journal of Educational Technology 22 (4), 2006
Students’ everyday engagement with digital technology in university: exploring patterns of use and ‘usefulness’
M Henderson, N Selwyn, G Finger, R Aston
Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management 37 (3), 308-319, 2015
Development of the TTF TPACK survey instrument
R Jamieson-Proctor, P Albion, G Finger, R Cavanagh, R Fitzgerald, ...
Australian educational computing 27, 26-35, 2013
A conceptual framework for emergent digital literacy
MM Neumann, G Finger, DL Neumann
Early Childhood Education Journal 45 (4), 471-479, 2017
Auditing the TPACK confidence of Australian pre-service teachers: The TPACK confidence survey (TCS)
P Albion, R Jamieson-Proctor, G Finger
Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International …, 2010
Information technology skills of Australian teachers: Implications for teacher education
G Russell, G Finger, N Russell
Journal of Information Techology for Teacher Education 9 (2), 149-166, 2000
Transforming learning with ICT: making IT happen!
G Finger, G Russell, R Jamieson-Proctor, N Russell
Pearson Education Australia, 2007
Auditing the TK and TPACK confidence of pre-service teachers: Are they ready for the profession?
R Jamieson-Proctor, G Finger, P Albion
Australian Educational Computing 25 (1), 8-17, 2010
Beyond pedagogical content knowledge: The importance of TPACK for informing preservice teacher education in Australia
G Finger, R Jamieson-Proctor, P Albion
IFIP international conference on key competencies in the knowledge society …, 2010
ICTs for learning: An overview of systemic initiatives in the Australian states and territories
G Finger, S Trinidad
Australian Educational Computing 17 (2), 3-14, 2002
Informing one-to-one computing in primary schools: Student use of netbooks
K Larkin, G Finger
Australasian Journal of Educational Technology 27 (3), 2011
Measuring the use of information and communication technologies (ICTs) in the classroom
R Jamieson-Proctor, G Watson, G Finger, P Grimbeek, PC Burnett
Computers in the Schools 24 (1-2), 167-184, 2007
Teaching Teachers for the Future (TTF) Project TPACK Survey: Summary of the key findings
G Finger, R Jamieson-Proctor, R Cavanagh, P Albion, P Grimbeek, ...
Australian Educational Computing 37 (3), 13-25, 2013
Critical functionalities of a successful e-learning system—An analysis from instructors' cognitive structure toward system usage
P Sun, HK Cheng, G Finger
Decision Support Systems 48 (1), 293-302, 2009
Insights into the intrinsic and extrinsic challenges for implementing technology education: Case studies of Queensland teachers
G Finger, B Houguet
International Journal of Technology and Design Education 19 (3), 309-334, 2009
What’s used and what’s useful? Exploring digital technology use (s) among taught postgraduate students
M Henderson, G Finger, N Selwyn
Active Learning in Higher Education 17 (3), 235-247, 2016
Measuring information and communication technology (ICT) curriculum integration
RMJ Proctor, G Watson, G Finger
Computers in the Schools 20 (4), 67-87, 2003
Insights into the Web presence, online marketing, and the use of social media by tourism operators in Dunedin, New Zealand
S Howison, G Finger, C Hauschka
Anatolia 26 (2), 269-283, 2015
TPACK and pre-service teacher mathematics education: Defining a signature pedagogy for mathematics education using ICT and based on the metaphor “mathematics is a language”
K Larkin, R Jamieson-Proctor, G Finger
Computers in the Schools 29 (1-2), 207-226, 2012
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