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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

Jan 01, 2003 Volume 19, Number 3


Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

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Number of articles: 8

  1. Developing inclusive practices: Evaluation of a staff development course in accessibility

    Elaine Pearson, Tony Koppi & Tony Koppi

    After three iterations of a mixed mode (online and face to face) staff development course, an evaluation was carried out to determine the participants’ perceptions of its quality as an online... More

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  2. Using multimedia in a constructivist learning environment in the Malaysian classroom

    Tse-Kian Neo & Ken Tse-Kian

    In recent years, the infusion of multimedia into teaching and learning has altered considerably the instructional strategy in our educational institutions and changed the way teachers teach and... More

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  3. Validation of an Internet delivered and analysed test of cognitive function for use in web based psychology courses

    Peter Wilson, Paul Maruff & Paul Maruff

    In this study we investigated the use of Internet technologies for administering and analysing a test of cognitive function in a web based psychology course. The aim was to determine whether the... More

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  4. Multimedia based enhancement of the science of oenology in the distance education learning environment

    Paul Bowyer, Christopher Blanchard & Christopher Blanchard

    Multimedia has been investigated regarding its utility as an enhancement mechanism, primarily for distance education students in the first year university course Wine Science 1 at Charles Sturt... More

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  5. Issues of intellectual capital and intellectual property in educational software development teams

    Andy Williamson, David Kennedy, Carmel McNaught, Ruth DeSouza & Ruth DeSouza

    Developing educational software requires a complex environment and a range of specialised skills. The ideas that lie behind successful software are drawn from a broad pool of talent and, as... More

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  6. Reconnecting the classroom: E-learning pedagogy in US public high schools

    David Huffaker & David Huffaker

    Giventhat most of the educational use of the Internet by American high school students occurs outside the school day, and outside the direction of teachers, this article reviews e-learning pedagogy... More

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  7. Towards understanding online learning levels of engagement using the SQUAD approach to CMC discourse

    Peter Oriogun & Peter Oriogun

    Recent research in content analysis has shown the difficulties of achieving acceptable levels of inter-rater reliability with CMC transcripts. This has lead to the development of semi-structured... More

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  8. Synchronous distance learning and virtual classrooms: A case study on student expectations and conditioning factors

    Dario Goussal, María Udrízar Lezcano, #237;o Goussal, Mar , #237;a Udr & #237;zar Lezcano

    In order to cope with increasing enrolment demands and funding constraints, some multi-campus universities in developing regions have considered distance learning (DL) as a way to facilitate access... More

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