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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

Jan 01, 2007 Volume 23, Number 2


Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

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Number of articles: 7

  1. Factors affecting educational innovation with in class electronic response systems

    Mark Freeman, Amani Bell, Carole Comerton-Forde, Joanne Pickering, Paul Blayney & Paul Blayney

    This paper reports the use of Rogers' diffusion of innovation perspective to understand the factors affecting educational innovation decisions, specifically in regard to in class electronic... More

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  2. Australian undergraduates' use and ownership of emerging technologies: Implications and opportunities for creating engaging learning experiences for the Net Generation

    Beverley Oliver, Veronica Goerke & Veronica Goerke

    Studies and commentary from the United States suggest that current undergraduates, part of the so called Net Generation, are high end users of emerging technologies such as mobile devices and new... More

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  3. Electronic voting systems for lectures then and now: A comparison of research and practice

    Vicki Simpson, Martin Oliver & Martin Oliver

    Research and practice in the use of electronic voting systems has developed over the last five years. Electronic voting systems, also known as personal response systems, audience response systems... More

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  4. Implementing wiki software for supplementing online learning

    Sheung Choy, Kwok Ng & Kwok Ng

    This paper reports on a study which investigates the implementation of a wiki system as an additional tool to support student learning in an IT related course offered by the Open University of Hong... More

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  5. Selecting ICT based solutions for quality learning and sustainable practice

    Maree Gosper, Karen Woo, Helen Muir, Christine Dudley, Kayo Nakazawa & Kayo Nakazawa

    This paper reports on a project involving software selection in the context of a curriculum redesign of a university level Japanese language program. The project aimed to improve learning outcomes,... More

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  6. Achieving synergies through generic skills: A strength of online communities

    Barnard Clarkson, Chris Brook & Chris Brook

    Educators are often torn between impositions of the institution in which they work and the imperatives of their individual courses or units and the impact this tension might have on student... More

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  7. Interactivity in professional online learning: A review of research based studies

    Dorit Maor, Simone Volet & Simone Volet

    Over the last few years, the higher education and the vocational education and training sectors have increased the number of online learning courses available for professionals. Yet, research on e-... More

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