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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

Jan 01, 2009 Volume 25, Number 3


Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

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Number of articles: 8

  1. Laptop computers and wireless university campus networks: Is flexibility and effectiveness improved?

    Miikka Eriksson, Hanna Vuoj, #228;rvi & Heli Ruokamo

    This study explores whether university students find that laptop computers and networks increase flexibility and effectiveness of studying. Special attention has been paid to non-traditional... More

    pp. 322-335

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  2. Discourses in conflict: The relationship between Gen Y pre-service teachers, digital technologies and lifelong learning

    Sharn Donnison

    This paper analyses Gen Y pre-service primary school teachers' conceptualisations of lifelong learning. It is situated within a context of improving the provision and delivery of pre-service... More

    pp. 336-350

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  3. Planning to teach with digital tools: Introducing the interactive whiteboard to pre-service secondary mathematics teachers

    Kathryn Holmes

    Teaching is a complex endeavour that requires teachers to meld knowledge about the nature of learners, pedagogical strategies and discipline content. In recent years an increasing variety of... More

    pp. 351-365

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  4. Staff and student perceptions of an online learning environment: Difference and development

    Stuart Palmer & Dale Holt

    Academic staff play a fundamental role in the use of online learning by students. Yet, compared to studies reporting student perspectives on online learning, studies investigating the perspectives... More

    pp. 366-381

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  5. The effects of using a wiki on student engagement and learning of report writing skills in a university statistics course

    David Neumann & Michelle Hood

    A wiki was used as part of a blended learning approach to promote collaborative learning among students in a first year university statistics class. One group of students analysed a data set and... More

    pp. 382-398

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  6. Reconciling university teacher beliefs to create learning designs for LMS environments

    Caroline Steel

    Learning management systems (LMS) serve as the primary online technology for student learning in many universities. Although they are only one 'solution', they are often regarded as all... More

    pp. 399-420

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  7. Do undergraduate paramedic students embrace case based learning using a blended teaching approach? A 3-year review

    Brett Williams

    This paper presents the results of a descriptive longitudinal study which aimed to identify student paramedic perceptions of case based learning used in the clinical curriculum of the Bachelor of ... More

    pp. 421-439

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  8. Designing an online video based platform for teacher learning in Singapore

    Hyo-Jeong So, Hans Lossman, Wei-Ying Lim & Michael Jacobson

    In this paper, we describe our path for designing an online community of practice for teachers in Singapore, from identifying the current status of professional development to designing an online ... More

    pp. 440-457

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