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Kathleen Gray; Celia Thompson; Judithe Sheard; Rosemary Clerehan; Margaret Hamilton; Margaret Hamilton
Australasian Journal of Educational Technology Vol. 26, No. 1 (Jan 01, 2010)
Students now have at their disposal a range of Web 2.0 authoring forms such as audio and video podcasting, blogging, social bookmarking, social networking, virtual world activities and wiki writing. Many university educators are interested in...
Internet and Higher Education Vol. 11, No. 2 (2008) pp. 112–118
Web 2.0 authoring forms such as wikis and blogs, social bookmarking, and audio and video podcasting pose a challenge to academic authorship traditions. This paper reviews the provisions made in major academic referencing and citation style guides...
Kathleen Gray; Jenny Waycott; Rosemary Clerehan; Margaret Hamilton; Joan Richardson; Judithe Sheard; Celia Thompson
Research in Learning Technology Vol. 20, No. 1 (2012)
Educational commentators have offered many pedagogical rationales for using Web 2.0 to support learning in higher education, and academics are being encouraged to find ways for their students to use social web technologies. Questions arise as to the ...
Transforming assessment in higher education: A participatory approach to the development of a good practice framework for assessing student learning through social web technologies
Jenny Waycott; Celia Thompson; Rosemary Clerehan; Judithe Sheard; Joan Richardson; Margaret Hamilton; Kathleen Gray
ASCILITE - Australian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education Annual Conference 2010 (2010) pp. 1040–1050
Social web technologies, such as blogs, wikis, social networking and photo/video sharing sites, are increasingly being used in innovative learning activities in higher education. While there has been much discussion about the pedagogical rationale...