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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

Jan 01, 1998 Volume 14, Number 1


Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Speaking under gum trees with palmtops

    Larry Nelson & Larry Nelson

    Late in 1989 an article in Australian Personal Computer magazine detailed the imminent release of an all solid-state laptop computer which would run for hours on ordinary pen-light cells (AA... More

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  2. Meeting the needs of gifted and talented students through technology supported distance teaching

    Catherine McLoughlin & Ron Oliver

    In 1997 an initiative by the Education Department of Western Australia extended the use of audiographic conferencing to provide for talented and gifted students in rural Western Australia. In... More

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  3. WWW support of student learning: A case study

    Tony Greening & Tony Greening

    The World Wide Web (WWW) is achieving a place of prominence in educational practice. However, the benefits of using the Web to support learning are not always apparent. The most prominent public... More

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  4. Virtual reality: What is the state of play in education?

    Colin Macpherson & Mike Keppell

    The term 'virtual reality' (VR) is currently used to describe a range of computer-based systems in which a user can explore a hardware and software generated 'microworld' that bears some... More

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  5. The origins of educational broadcasting in Australia

    Tony Lapsley

    pp. 1-24

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