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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

Jan 01, 1994 Volume 10, Number 2


Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

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Number of articles: 5

  1. International collaboration and facilitation of learning environment technology

    Colin Power

    Address to the LETA 94 Conference, Learning Environment Technology
    Adelaide, South Australia, 25-30 September 1994. More

    pp. 69-80

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  2. Analysing cognitions in a hypermedia learning environment

    David Frampton

    The paper describes the theoretical basis and methodology for research seeking to identify higher order cognitive activity occurring in students' information seeking and learning tasks with... More

    pp. 81-95

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  3. An evaluation of the use made by students of the audio recording of lectures

    Geoffrey Roberts

    The audio recording of lectures, particularly in subjects with large enrolments, offers a number of benefits to students, staff and facilities such as libraries. An evaluation of the use made by... More

    pp. 96-102

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  4. Can computer technology affect teenage attitudes towards AIDS?

    R Gibbons

    Over the past five years the issue of AIDS has been a major concern for health education professionals and an examination of the literature suggests there have been a variety of initiatives... More

    pp. 103-118

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  5. Developing and distributing audio applications with Visual Basic and ToolBook

    Larry Nelson

    Visual Basic and ToolBook are powerful environments for developing software, and both support multimedia applications. This paper compares the capabilities of these systems for developing... More

    pp. 119-127

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