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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

Mar 28, 2018 Volume 34, Number 1

Editors

Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

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Number of articles: 10

  1. Assessing the dimensionality and educational impacts of integrated ICT literacy in the higher education context

    Tefera Tadesse, Robyn Gillies & Chris Campbell

    The purpose of this paper is threefold: first, to introduce a conceptual model for assessing undergraduate students\u2019 integrated information and communication technology (ICT) literacy capacity... More

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  2. Students’ perspectives on the design and implementation of a blended synchronous learning environment

    Qiyun Wang, Changqin Huang & Choon Quek

    This study investigated a blended synchronous learning environment (BSLE), which was designed for a group of master\u2019s students taking a course at a teacher education institute. The BSLE was... More

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  3. The moderating role of self-regulated learning in job characteristics and attitudes towards web-based continuing learning in the airlines workplace

    Xiao-Fan Lin, Jyh-Chong Liang, Chin-Chung Tsai & Qintai Hu

    With the increasing importance of adult and continuing education, the present study aimed to examine the factors that influence continuing web-based learning at work. Three questionnaires were... More

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  4. A tale of two MOOCs: How student motivation and participation predict learning outcomes in different MOOCs

    Abi Brooker, Linda Corrin, Paula de Barba, Jason Lodge & Gregor Kennedy

    Recent scholarly discussions about massive open online courses (MOOCs) highlight pedagogical and practical issues that separate MOOCs from other learning settings, especially how theories of... More

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  5. Using ePortfolio-based Learning Approach to Facilitate Knowledge Sharing and Creation of College Students

    Chi-Cheng Chang, Pao-Nan Chou & Chaoyan Liang

    The purpose of the present study was to examine the effects of the ePortfolio-based learning approach (ePBLA) on knowledge sharing and creation with 92 college students majoring in electrical... More

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  6. Exploring self-regulated learning choices in a customisable learning pathway MOOC

    Matt Crosslin

    Open online courses provide a unique opportunity to examine learner preferences in an environment that removes several pressures associated with traditional learning. This mixed methods study... More

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  7. A model-driven approach to e-course management

    Goran Savi\u0107, Milan Segedinac, Du\u0161ica Milenkovi\u0107, Tamara Hrin & Mirjana Segedinac

    This paper presents research on using a model-driven approach to the development and management of electronic courses. We propose a course management system which stores a course model represented ... More

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  8. Identifying engagement patterns with video annotation activities: A case study in professional development

    Negin Mirriahi, Jelena Jovanovic, Shane Dawson, Dragan Ga\u0161evi\u0107 & Abelardo Pardo

    The rapid growth of blended and online learning models in higher education has resulted in a parallel increase in the use of audio-visual resources among students and teachers. Despite the heavy... More

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  9. Blended learning: Deficits and prospects in higher education

    Liliana Cuesta Medina

    This article examines the nature and evolution of the term blended learning (BL), which encompasses numerous connotations, including its conception as a strategy, delivery mode, opportunity,... More

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  10. Students' perceptions about online teaching effectiveness: A bottom-up approach for identifying online instructors’ roles

    Pilar Gmez-Rey, Elena Barbera & Francisco Fernndez-Navarro

    The topic of online instructors\u2019 roles has been of interest to the educational community since the late twentieth century. In previous studies, the identification of online instructors\u2019... More

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