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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

Jan 01, 1997 Volume 13, Number 1


Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Design elements for interactive multimedia

    David Kennedy & Carmel McNaught

    An educator involved in interactive multimedia (IMM) development faces two significant problems. The first is how to transform what is already known about what constitutes good teaching practice... More

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  2. Flexibility in access, interaction and assessment: The case for web-based teaching programs

    Mark Freeman

    Potential benefits in re-engineering higher education using Internet-based programs appear promising (Hicks 1997, Geoghegan 1996). The objective of this paper is to report the outcomes of a web... More

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  3. Preparatory IT practices and skills of transition Business students (1997)

    Andrew Stein, Annemieke Craig & Angela Scollary

    Transition students come to universities with a need to be information competent but typically lack basic information literacy skills. This research report presents the findings of a study of the ... More

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  4. Development and evaluation of a computer-based learning pilot project for the teaching of holistic accounting concepts

    Maureen Tam, Stephen Wedd & Margaret McKerchar

    This paper reports on the development and evaluation of a computer-based self-instructional program for teaching holistic accounting concepts. It is the aim of the program to focus on the... More

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  5. Interactive learning as an "emerging" technology: A reassessment of interactive and instructional design strategies

    Roderick Sims

    This paper challenges the assumptions and accepted practices used in the design and development of interactive learning resources. Through an assessment of accepted assumptions and the pitfalls... More

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