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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

Jan 01, 2007 Volume 23, Number 3


Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

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Number of articles: 7

  1. Assessment of online reflections: Engaging English second language (ESL) students

    Dawn Birch, Michael Volkov & Michael Volkov

    Online discussion boards are being used increasingly by tertiary educators as a tool for encouraging greater student interaction and developing learning communities. In particular, educators who... More

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  2. Incorporating online discussion in face to face classroom learning: A new blended learning approach

    Wenli Chen, Chee-Kit Looi & Chee-Kit Looi

    This paper discusses an innovative blended learning strategy which incorporates online discussion in both in-class face to face, and off-classroom settings. Online discussion in a face to face... More

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  3. Lecturers' attitudes about the use of learning management systems in engineering education: A Swedish case study

    Ramon Garrote, Tomas Pettersson & Tomas Pettersson

    The purpose of this study was to examine lecturers' attitudes towards learning management systems (LMS), with particular reference to identifying obstacles to increased use. At the University... More

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  4. Applying adaptive variables in computerised adaptive testing

    Evangelos Triantafillou, Elissavet Georgiadou, Anastasios Economides & Anastasios Economides

    Current research in computerised adaptive testing (CAT) focuses on applications, in small and large scale, that address self assessment, training, employment, teacher professional development for... More

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  5. Factors influencing vocational teacher's use of online functionalities in Australia

    Ian Robertson & Ian Robertson

    Robertson (2006b) surveyed Australian vocational teachers to propose that the criteria of newness, complexity, compatibility and locus of control are influential in shaping the frequency of online ... More

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  6. 'Fitting it in': A study exploring ICT use in a UK primary school

    Victoria Cartwright, Michael Hammond & Michael Hammond

    This paper presents a case study of a primary school which was seen as using ICT effectively to support teaching and learning. Research was carried out over two years (2003-2005) and included... More

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  7. A Bridge too Far or a Bridge to the Future? A case study in online assessment at Charles Sturt University

    Janet Buchan, Michael Swann & Michael Swann

    The in house development of an online assessment tool, OASIS, has provided a unique opportunity to research the use of online assessment in teaching and learning across the university. The... More

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