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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

Jan 01, 2001 Volume 17, Number 3

Editors

Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

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Number of articles: 7

  1. Web based learning environments: Observations from a Web based course in a Malaysian context

    Kian-Sam Hong, Kwok-Wing Lai, Derek Holton & Derek Holton

    The Faculty of Cognitive Sciences and Human Development (FSKPM), Universiti Malaysia Sarawak, experimented with a Web based course, conducted completely on the Web. This paper discusses the... More

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  2. Plagiarism, learning dishonesty or just plain cheating: The context and countermeasures in Information Systems teaching

    Judy Le Heron & Judy Le Heron

    The incidence of cheating in Information Systems courses has been increasing since the mid-1990s. University entry standards, the nature of the student population, student experiences, student... More

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  3. The Titanic, Volkswagens and collaborative group work: Remaking old favourites with new learning technologies

    Colin Baskin; Colin Baskin, James Cook University`, Australia

    Unsinkable ships, Volkswagens and collaborative group work have much in common. They have each undergone a recent revival of sorts; in each case the new version bears a strong Wittgensteinian... More

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  4. Using desktop video to enhance music instruction

    Alan Anderson, Allan Ellis & Allan Ellis

    In the last few years, many of the early technical limitations of desktop digital video technology have been overcome thus paving the way for its application in various fields of education and... More

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  5. Object of the activity systems as a major barrier to the creative use of ICT in schools

    Lim Ping & Lim Ping

    Despite the research and investment of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in schools, many teachers still use it as a neutral tool; that is, a tool that can be used to carry out the... More

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  6. Longitudinal study of computer usage in flexible engineering education

    Stuart Palmer, Sharyn Bray & Sharyn Bray

    A longitudinal analysis of computer usage by commencing students in Deakin University's undergraduate engineering and technology programs over the period 1998 to 2001 revealed that; access to... More

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  7. A constructivist learning experience: Reconstructing a web site using web based multimedia authoring tools

    Ken Neo, Mai Neo & Mai Neo

    This paper focuses on using multimedia to create a constructivist learning experience as well as to innovate a multimedia mediated constructivist learning (MMCL) model based on a course given to... More

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