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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

Jan 01, 1995 Volume 11, Number 2

Editors

Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 8

  1. Distance education technologies: The fourth generation

    James Taylor & James Taylor

    For many years distance education practitioners have enthusiastically embraced a wide range of educational technologies. In contrast, on-campus educators have tended to be satisfied with... More

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  2. Developing effective hypermedia instructional materials

    Ron Oliver, Jan Herrington & Jan Herrington

    The use of hypermedia as an instructional medium is growing rapidly with developments and enhancements in instructional and computing technologies. Much of the popularity of the medium is derived... More

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  3. Multimedia reporting in science problem solving

    Barry Harper, John Hedberg, Robert Wright, Robert Corderoy & Robert Corderoy

    The increasing availability of CD ROM based interactive multimedia packages to support learning in science classrooms offers science teachers new pedagogical opportunities for student-centred and... More

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  4. User and usability testing - how it should be undertaken?

    Merle Conyer & Merle Conyer

    Usability evaluation is the analysis of the design of a product or system in order to evaluate the match between users and a product or system within a particular context. Usability evaluation is a... More

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  5. Intelligent agents, Internet information and interface

    James Meek & James Meek

    A review of intelligent software agents and their relevance to networked information touching on some of their emerging potential and on interface considerations. More

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  6. Learning and teaching in virtual worlds: Implications of virtual reality for education

    Paul Moore & Paul Moore

    Though Virtual Reality is at a relatively rudimentary stage of development, many argue it is destined to influence both educational theory and practice. Active research into the educational... More

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  7. Multimedia markets: A study of Australian content developers

    Dean Noacco, University of Wollongong

    The Australian multimedia industry needs to pay closer attention to original market-driven content development if it is to survive an increasingly competitive global marketplace. This paper... More

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  8. Multimedia markets: A study of Australian content developers.

    Dean Noacco

    The Australian multimedia industry needs to pay closer attention to original market-driven content development if it is to survive an increasingly competitive global marketplace. This paper... More

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