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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

Oct 31, 2017 Volume 33, Number 5

Editors

Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 11

  1. Exploring the factors affecting learners\u2019 continuance intention of MOOCs for online collaborative learning: An extended ECM perspective

    Junjie Zhou

    The purpose of this paper was to investigate what factors influence learners\u2019 continuance intention in massive open online courses (MOOCs) for online collaborative learning. An extended... More

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  2. A study of students\u2019 attitudes towards using ICT in a social constructivist environment

    Yang Silin & David Kwok

    This study aims to examine the factors that support or hinder students\u2019 attitudes towards using information and communication technology (ICT) in problem-based learning (PBL) using the... More

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  3. Designing and integrating reusable learning objects for meaningful learning: Cases from a graduate programme

    Joyce Koh

    E-learning quality depends on sound pedagogical integration between the content resources and lesson activities within an e-learning system. This study proposes that a meaningful learning with... More

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  4. Use of a post-asynchronous online discussion assessment to enhance student critical thinking

    Chris Klisc, Tanya McGill & Valerie Hobbs

    Asynchronous online discussion (AOD) is used in many tertiary education courses, and assessing it has been shown to enhance critical thinking outcomes. There has, however, been debate on what... More

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  5. Eco-dialogical learning and translanguaging in open-ended 3D virtual learning environments: Where place, time, and objects matter

    Dongping Zheng, Matthew Schmidt, Ying Hu, Min Liu & Jesse Hsu

    The purpose of this research was to explore the relationships between design, learning, and translanguaging in a 3D collaborative virtual learning environment for adolescent learners of Chinese and... More

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  6. Expert views on TPACK for early literacy: Priorities for teacher education

    Susan Mckenney & Joke Voogt

    Technology applications can make important contributions to improving learning outcomes in the domain of early literacy. However, to fully exploit the potential of educational technologies,... More

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  7. University students\u2019 perceptions of social networking sites (SNSs) in their educational experiences at a regional Australian university

    Christina Sadowski, Mika Pediaditis & Robert Townsend

    Higher education institutions, and the way education is delivered and supported, are being transformed by digital technologies. Internationally, institutions are increasingly incorporating online... More

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  8. Designing for student-facing learning analytics

    Kirsty Kitto, Mandy Lupton, Kate Davis & Zak Waters

    Despite a narrative that sees learning analytics (LA) as a field that aims to enhance student learning, few student-facing solutions have emerged. This can make it difficult for educators to... More

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  9. Wikis for group work: Encouraging transparency, benchmarking, and feedback

    Amir Abdekhodaee, Anne-Marie Chase & Bella Ross

    Technology is recognised as playing a part in the changing landscape in higher education; altering delivery modes and providing flexible opportunities for learning. Research into the use of wikis... More

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  10. What do students think about SNS in education? University students\u2019 perceptions, expectations and concerns regarding educational uses of SNS

    Murat Akayir

    Social network sites (SNS) have become a popular technology topic in recent years and are currently used in educational environments. Although SNS have attracted much scholarly attention, students\... More

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  11. Students\u2019 perception of a flipped classroom approach to facilitating online project-based learning in marketing research courses

    Wen-Ling Shih & Chun-Yen Tsai

    This study investigated students\u2019 perception of a flipped classroom approach to facilitating online project-based learning (FC-OPBL) in a marketing research course at a technical university.... More

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