Effect of ICT Skills on the Job Satisfaction of Teacher Educators: Evidence from the Universities of the Sindh Province of Pakistan
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CitationSahito Zafarullah. Vaisanen Pertti. (2017). Effect of ICT Skills on the Job Satisfaction of Teacher Educators: Evidence from the Universities of the Sindh Province of Pakistan. International Journal of Higher Education, 6 (4) , 122-136. 10.5430/ijhe.v6n4p122.
This research paper is a reflection of the results of collected data from Teacher Educators (TEs) regarding their skills and expertise in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT). Seven themes were inductively identified and called, 7Es like as: (a). Expertise in use of windows programmes; (b). Expertise in use of security measures; (c). Expertise in use of hardware instruments; (d). Expertise in use of internet; (e). Expertise in creating accounts; (f). Expertise in installation of softwares; and (g). Expertise in use of softwares. All extracted themes reveal the utility of the study and thematic analysis.
SubjectsTeacher Educators (TEs) Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) Professional life Thematic analysis Evidence based information
Link to the original itemhttps://doi.org/10.5430/ijhe.v6n4p122
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