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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

Jan 01, 1996 Volume 12, Number 1


Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Interactive multimedia learning in physics

    Susan Bennett & Michael Brennan

    The potential importance of interactive multimedia in the tertiary environment and in physics education is well recognised world wide, with development projects being funded by universities and... More

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  2. Education, media and the locus of control

    Peter Blakey & Peter Blakey

    I would like to present some thoughts based largely on my experiences as a long term student and a minor technocrat. I would like to discuss the nature of who controls what, in the presentation and... More

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  3. Strategies employed by users of a Japanese computer assisted language learning (CALL) program

    Elizabeth Vincent & Maureen Hah

    Significant use of Computer Assisted Language Learning CALL began in the 1960s. Since then development of CALL software has followed the changes in teaching methodologies. As teaching methods... More

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  4. Managing the development and production of interactive multimedia courseware in education

    Annie Nicholson, Johnson Ngai & Johnson Ngai

    Multimedia technology has advanced significantly in the past few years. Graphic, animation, audio and video data can be stored and processed efficiently in personal computer systems. CD-ROM... More

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  5. Tracks for learning: Metacognition and learning technologies

    Julie Gordon & Julie Gordon

    Research into metacognition suggests that learners need to become aware of the processes of their learning as distinct from the content of learning to improve their learning outcomes. Information... More

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  6. End user bandwidth conservation: What can Internet end users do?

    Noel Jackling & Noel Jackling

    Bandwidth conservation by personal computer end users appears to be a concept that has received little attention. The focus of bandwidth conservation activity has been on items such as the... More

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