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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

Jan 01, 2008 Volume 24, Number 5


Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

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Number of articles: 10

  1. Technological support for assignment assessment: A New Zealand higher education survey

    John Milne, Eva Heinrich, David Morrison & David Morrison

    This article presents selected aspects of a large study on the use of e-learning tools in support of assignment assessment, which was comprised of a substantial literature review, an investigation ... More

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  2. Engaging academically at risk primary school students in an ICT mediated after school program

    Lee Tay, Cher Lim & Lim Ping

    This case study documents how a group of 14 academically at risk Primary 5 students (11 year olds) were engaged in academic related tasks in an after school program mediated by a 3-D Multi-User... More

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  3. Investigating design and technology students' participation and learning in a technology mediated learning environment

    Tiong Yeo, Choon Quek & Choon Quek

    This study investigates how 15 Design & Technology (D&T) students (aged 15 years) participated in three stages of the design process in a technology mediated environment. The three stages are named... More

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  4. Online discussion and critical thinking skills: A case study in a Singapore secondary school

    Chong Cheong, Sum Cheung & Wing Cheung

    Studies have shown that electronic discussion can be used effectively to teach critical thinking and can achieve greater understanding. The use of online discussions is common in polytechnics and... More

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  5. A multi-component model for assessing learning objects: The learning object evaluation metric (LOEM)

    Robin Kay, Liesel Knaack & Liesel Knaack

    While discussion of the criteria needed to assess learning objects has been extensive, a formal, systematic model for evaluation has yet to be thoroughly tested. The purpose of the following study ... More

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  6. Learning through computers: Uncovering students' thought processes while solving physics problems

    Benson Soong & Benson Soong

    This paper presents a study that illustrates how the author and an in service secondary school teacher used basic synchronous computer mediated communications (CMC) technology to help them uncover ... More

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  7. Relative ranking of conditions that facilitate innovation implementation in the USA

    David Ensminger, Daniel Surry & Daniel Surry

    This study compared how people working in three different types of organisations in the United States (K-12 schools, higher education, and business) rank the importance of eight conditions that... More

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  8. Changing relationship: Who is the learner and who is the teacher in the online educational landscape?

    Dorit Maor & Dorit Maor

    This article focuses on the special role of students as discussion leaders and their engagement in the facilitation of online discussion in relation to the teacher's role. The methodology combined ... More

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  9. Instructional designers' conceptualisations of learning objects

    David Francis & Elizabeth Murphy

    The purpose of the study reported on in this paper was to gain insight into how instructional designers conceptualise learning objects (LOs) and their attributes. It aimed to identify the range and... More

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  10. Swinburne Astronomy Online: Migrating from PowerPoint on CD to a Web 2.0 compliant delivery infrastructure

    David Barnes, Christopher Fluke, Nicholas Jones, Sarah Maddison, Virginia Kilborn & Matthew Bailes

    We adopt the Web 2.0 paradigm as a mechanism for preparing, editing, delivering and maintaining educational content, and for fostering ongoing innovation in the online education field. We report... More

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