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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

Jan 01, 2005 Volume 21, Number 1


Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

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Number of articles: 7

  1. Measuring preparedness to teach with ICT

    Patricia Forster, Vaille Dawson, Doug Reid & Doug Reid

    In this paper we discuss the development and implementation of a questionnaire that measures preparedness to teach secondary school science with information and communication technologies (ICT).... More

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  2. Staff perceptions of the role of technology in experiential learning: A case study from an Australian university

    Di Challis, Dale Holt, Mary Rice & Mary Rice

    This paper reports on a cross-disciplinary comparative study that examines the interplay between information and communications technologies (ICT) and experiential learning, in the context of seven... More

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  3. Object oriented learning objects

    Ed Morris & Ed Morris

    We apply the object oriented software engineering (OOSE) design methodology for software objects (SOs) to learning objects (LOs). OOSE extends and refines design principles for authoring dynamic... More

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  4. Development, validation and use of the Online Learning Environment Survey

    Sue Trinidad, Jill Aldridge, Barry Fraser & Barry Fraser

    This article reports the development, validation and use of a survey for assessing students' perceptions of their e-learning environments. The Online Learning Environment Survey (OLES) was... More

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  5. Educational design and networked learning: Patterns, pattern languages and design practice

    Peter Goodyear & Peter Goodyear

    There is a growing demand for advice about effective, time efficient ways of using ICT to support student learning in higher education. This paper uses one such area of activity - networked... More

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  6. Revisiting the impact of formative assessment opportunities on student learning

    Mary Peat, Sue Franklin, Marcia Devlin, Margaret Charles & Margaret Charles

    This project developed as a result of some inconclusive data from an investigation of whether a relationship existed between the use of formative assessment opportunities and performance, as... More

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  7. The power of the 6 three model for enhancing academic teachers' capacities for effective online teaching and learning: Benefits, initiatives and future directions

    Stephen Segrave, Dale Holt & James Farmer

    To gain the full educational benefits of the major new investments in corporate technologies supporting online teaching and learning it is argued that a strategic, systems based approach to... More

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