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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

Jan 01, 2005 Volume 21, Number 2

Editors

Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

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Number of articles: 9

  1. An investigation of the effectiveness of electronic classroom communication systems in large lecture classes

    Manjula Sharma, Joe Khachan, Ben Chan, John O'Byrne & John O'Byrne

    Since 2002 we have been investigating the use of an electronic classroom communication system in large first year lecture classes. Handheld keypads were distributed to teams of students during a... More

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  2. Students' self analysis of contributions to online asynchronous discussions

    Elizabeth Murphy, Jamie Loveless & Jamie Loveless

    This paper presents an example of an approach that involves both the student and the instructor in the evaluation of an online discussion in a context of teaching and learning. According to this... More

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  3. Scaffolding and integrated assessment in computer assisted learning (CAL) for children with learning disabilities

    Ivan Beale & Ivan Beale

    Computer assisted learning (CAL) can involve a computerised intelligent learning environment, defined as an environment capable of automatically, dynamically and continuously adapting to the... More

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  4. Identifying the factors that influence computer use in the early childhood classroom

    Suzy Edwards & Suzy Edwards

    omputers have become an increasingly accepted learning tool in the early childhood classroom. Despite initial concerns regarding the effect of computers on children's development, past research has... More

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  5. Developing and using multimedia effectively for undergraduate teacher education

    Dianne Chambers, Kaye Stacey & Kaye Stacey

    Members of the Department of Science and Mathematics Education at the University of Melbourne have developed a range of multimedia resources for undergraduate education students, that allow the... More

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  6. Agency of the instructional designer: Moral coherence and transformative social practice

    Katy Campbell, Richard Schwier, Richard Kenny & Richard Kenny

    In this paper we propose a view of instructional design practice in which the instructional designer is an agent of social change at the personal, relational, and institutional levels. In this view... More

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  7. Teaching IP networking fundamentals in resource constrained educational environments

    Grenville Armitage, Warren Harrop & Warren Harrop

    Many educational institutions suffer from a lack of funding to keep telecommunications laboratory classes up to date and flexible. This paper describes our Remote Unix Lab Environment (RULE), a... More

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  8. The search for learning community in learner paced distance education: Or, 'Having your cake and eating it, too!'

    Terry Anderson, David Annand & Norine Wark

    University distance and e-learning programs generally follow one of two models. Most dual mode institutions and some open universities follow a model of cohort learning. Students start and... More

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  9. The search for learning community in learner paced distance education: Or 'Having your cake and eating it, too!'

    Terry Anderson, David Annand & Norine Wark

    University distance and e-learning programs generally follow one of two models. Most dual mode institutions and some open universities follow a model of cohort learning. Students start and... More

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