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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

Jan 01, 2005 Volume 21, Number 3


Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

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Number of articles: 8

  1. Learning through online discussion: A case of triangulation in research

    Michael Hammond & Mongkolchai Wiriyapinit

    This paper reports on issues in carrying out research into online discussion. The context is a study of a distance learning module within an MBA program. The module required students to tackle... More

    pp. 283-302

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  2. Participatory multimedia learning: Engaging learners

    Kristian Kiili

    The purpose of this paper is to present a participatory multimedia learning model for use in designing multimedia learning environments that support an active learning process, creative... More

    pp. 303-322

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  3. Student attrition in mathematics e-learning

    Glenn Smith & David Ferguson

    Qualitative studies indicate that mathematics does not work well in e-learning. The current study used quantitative methods to investigate more objectively the extent of problems with mathematics ... More

    pp. 323-334

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  4. Course design and student responses to an online PBL course in 3D modelling for mining engineers

    Iain McAlpine & Phillip Stothard

    To enhance a course in 3D Virtual Reality (3D VR) modelling for mining engineers, and to create the potential for off campus students to fully engage with the course, a problem based learning (PBL... More

    pp. 335-354

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  5. Hypermedia and discovery based learning: What value?

    Gabriel Jacobs

    In 1992, I published a paper entitled 'Hypermedia and discovery based learning: A historical perspective'. It traced the swings in the history of educational thinking between, on the one hand,... More

    pp. 355-366

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  6. The Athabasca University eduSource Project: Building an accessible learning object repository

    Martha Cleveland-Innes, Rory McGreal, Terry Anderson, Norm Friesen, Mohamed Ally, Tony Tin, Rodger Graham, Susan Moisey, Anita Petrinjak & Steve Schafer

    Athabasca University - Canada's Open University (AU) made the commitment to put all of its courses online as part of its Strategic University Plan. In pursuit of this goal, AU participated in the ... More

    pp. 367-381

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  7. Gender and CMC: A review on conflict and harassment

    Qing Li

    This paper reviews the literature related to gender and communication in CMC environments. A brief summary of gender related literature concerning general communication patterns in CMC is outlined... More

    pp. 382-406

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  8. Acquisition of computing literacy on shared public computers: Children and the "hole in the wall"

    Sugata Mitra, Ritu Dangwal, Shiffon Chatterjee, Swati Jha, Ravinder Bisht & Preeti Kapur

    Earlier work, often referred to as the "hole in the wall" experiments, has shown that groups of children can learn to use public computers on their own. This paper presents the method and results ... More

    pp. 407-426

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