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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

Jan 01, 2011 Volume 27, Number 5

Editors

Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Marking machinima: A case study in assessing student use of a Web 2.0 technology

    Graham Barwell, Chris Moore, Ruth Walker & Ruth Walker

    The model of learning best suited to the future may be one which sees learning as the process of managing the different kinds of participation an individual might have in complex social systems.... More

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  2. Design-grounded assessment: A framework and a case study of Web 2.0 practices in higher education

    Yu-Hui Ching, Yu-Chang Hsu & Yu-Chang Hsu

    This paper synthesises three theoretical perspectives, including sociocultural theory, distributed cognition, and situated cognition, into a framework to guide the design and assessment of Web 2.0 ... More

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  3. Emphasising assessment 'as' learning by assessing wiki writing assignments collaboratively and publicly online

    Anne Davies, Kerry Pantzopoulos, Kathleen Gray & Kathleen Gray

    The use of Web 2.0 communication practices in assessment may offer a new approach to assessment 'as' learning, a goal for assessment that is more highly valued than assessment 'of' and even 'for'... More

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  4. Using Web 2.0 to teach Web 2.0: A case study in aligning teaching, learning and assessment with professional practice

    John Terrell, Joan Richardson, Margaret Hamilton & Margaret Hamilton

    Web 2.0 technologies have transformed the way people in information industries engage with their clients, collaborate on projects, promote their services and gather community knowledge. In this... More

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  5. Finding the discipline: Assessing student activity in Second Life

    Scott Grant & Rosemary Clerehan

    For the second-language learner, the affordances of a virtual world have the potential to confer benefits conventionally aligned with real world experiences. However, little is known about the... More

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  6. Can Web 2.0 technology assist college students in learning English writing? Integrating Facebook and peer assessment with blended learning

    Ru-Chu Shih

    The goal of this study was to investigate the effect of integrating Facebook and peer assessment with college English writing class instruction through a blended teaching approach. This blended... More

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