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Innovations in Education and Teaching International

May 2005 Volume 42, Number 2

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Number of articles: 7

  1. Knowledge Management for E?Learning

    Philip Barker

    Compared to our ancestors, we live in an era of unprecedented change. This change brings with it opportunities both for success and for disaster. If individuals, organisations and nations are to... More

    pp. 111-121

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  2. Learning through Computer?Mediated Communication: A Comparison of Australian and Chinese Heritage Students

    Peter J. Smith, Jo Coldwell, Swee Noi Smith & Karen L. Murphy

    Twelve Australian and 12 Chinese heritage students from a third-year university computer ethics subject completed a Readiness for Online Learning Questionnaire; and six students from each of these ... More

    pp. 123-134

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  3. Re?Engineering of Undergraduate Science Curricula to Emphasise Development of Lifelong Learning Skills

    Mary Peat, Charlotte E. Taylor & Sue Franklin

    It is increasingly important in the twenty-first century for graduates to be able to take their place in the changing world scene and to be adaptable and creative within the organisation that... More

    pp. 135-146

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  4. A University?Wide Vision of Teaching and Learning with Information Technologies

    Anthony C. Masi & Laura R. Winer

    This paper outlines McGill University's responses to the challenges of teaching and learning with information systems and technologies; it also gives a description of the underlying philosophy that... More

    pp. 147-155

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  5. Using a Digital Campus to Support Electronic Learning in Lebanon

    Paul van Schaik, Philip Barker & Imad Moukadem

    A prototype virtual university server in Lebanon (VUSIL) has been designed and implemented. The server is to be used as a basis for the creation of a digital campus facility in Lebanon. An... More

    pp. 157-166

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  6. Do Girls and Boys need Different Electronic Books?

    Jaan Mikk & Piret Luik

    Many researchers have found differences in the ways in which boys and girls use computers, but there has been no systematic investigation into what types of electronic textbook are good for girls... More

    pp. 167-180

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  7. A Model for Synchronous Learning Using the Internet

    Nian-Shing Chen, Hsiu-Chia Ko, Kinshuk & Taiyu Lin

    Improvements in technology and the increasing bandwidth of Internet access have led to an increasing popularity for synchronous solutions for instruction. Not only do they provide savings in terms ... More

    pp. 181-194

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