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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

Jan 01, 1999 Volume 15, Number 2


Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

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Number of articles: 4

  1. The anatomy of practice in the use of mailing lists: A case study

    Martyn Wild

    This paper reports the main findings from a study of two mailing lists or listservs: Oz-Teachers and UK-Schools[1], used by teachers in Australia and the United Kingdom to communicate... More

    pp. 117-135

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  2. Examining how teachers adjust to the availability of portable computers

    Paul Newhouse

    In the 1990s, a significant development in computer technology has been the emergence of low-cost, high-powered portable computers which some schools have introduced into classrooms. A three year ... More

    pp. 148-166

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  3. Internet based teaching in geography at Macquarie University: An analysis of student use

    A Pitman, M Gosper & D Rich

    The design of a first year course with enrolments of about 400 students which is delivered using information technology via the Internet or Intranet is reviewed. The course is composed of a... More

    pp. 167-187

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  4. V-Lab: A virtual laboratory for teaching introductory concepts and methods of physical fitness and function

    Mary Rice, David Owies, Adrienne Campbell, Rod Snow, Neville Owen & Dale Holt, Deakin University, Australia

    The potential benefits of interactive multimedia (IMM) in educational environments have been well documented. Web based interactive multimedia can provide many opportunities to enhance student... More

    pp. 188-206

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