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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

Jan 01, 1986 Volume 2, Number 1

Editors

Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 10

  1. Ed Tech: Now a horse of a different colour?

    Derick Unwin & Derick Unwin

    Educational technology (edtech) embraces a variety of concepts, but is probably adequately characterised as pedagogic innovation in the area of media and methods. Such innovations have regularly... More

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  2. Educational technology - A recipe for change?

    Colin Latchem & Colin Latchem

    While not everyone shares the same perception of what educational technology is, the past two decades have witnessed the implementation of many technological and educational changes which have been... More

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  3. Television in higher education - past, present and future

    Andrew Greig & Andrew Greig

    A light hearted look at the role of television in higher education and the problems facing practitioners in this field. More

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  4. Electronic communication for distance education: A comparison of AUSTPAC, MINERVA, TELEMEMO and VIATEL

    David Kember & David Kember

    Distance education has at its disposal new technologies such as the telecommunications data bases. In this article a comparison of these alternatives is presented. More

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  5. Computer based training in the commercial sector

    Neil Perry & Jane Hemstrich, Arthur Andersen and Co

    This paper presents an interpretation of computer based training in the commercial sector in Australia. It outlines a number of issues that organisations considering the application of computer... More

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  6. Directions for educational computing and implications for professional skilling requirements

    Floyd Ausburn & Lynna Ausburn

    The rise of the personal computer has resulted in significant changes in the way education is using computing. It has also expanded dramatically the range of users of educational computing. This... More

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  7. Reflections on educational technology in Victorian State post-primary schools

    William Rey

    This article presents a brief account of the current role of educational technology in Victorian secondary schools. Examples and discussion are drawn from the authors own experience and those of... More

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  8. Reflections on educational technology in Victorian post-primary schools

    William Rey

    This article presents a brief account of the current role of educational technology in Victorian secondary schools. Examples and discussion are drawn from the authors own experience and those of... More

    pp. 13-17

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  9. Directions for educational computing and implications for professional skilling requirements.

    Floyd Ausburn & Lynna Ausburn

    The rise of the personal computer has resulted in significant changes in the way education is using computing. It has also expanded dramatically the range of users of educational computing. This... More

    pp. 19-28

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  10. Computer-based training in the commercial sector.

    Neil Perry & Jane Hemstritch

    This paper presents an interpretation of computer based training in the commercial sector in Australia. It outlines a number of issues that organisations considering the application of computer... More

    pp. 33-41

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