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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

Jan 01, 2009 Volume 25, Number 4


Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

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Number of articles: 10

  1. Secondary school music education: A case study in adapting to ICT resource limitations

    Renée Crawford, Ren & #233;e Crawford

    This article explores the current availability and use of information communication and technology (ICT) for music education purposes, and music technology resources and facilities, in Victorian... More

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  2. Developing an approach for comparing students' multimodal text creations: A case study

    Mike Levy, Kay Kimber & Kay Kimber

    Classroom teachers routinely make judgments on the quality of their students' work based on their recognition of how effectively the student has assembled key features of the genre or the medium.... More

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  3. Case study of a computer based examination system

    Andrew Fluck, Darren Pullen, Colleen Harper & Colleen Harper

    Electronic supported assessment or e-Assessment is a field of growing importance, but it has yet to make a significant impact in the Australian higher education sector (Byrnes & Ellis, 2006).... More

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  4. Are learning style preferences of health science students predictive of their attitudes towards e-learning?

    Ted Brown, Maryam Zoghi, Brett Williams, Shapour Jaberzadeh, Louis Roller, Claire Palermo, Lisa McKenna, Caroline Wright, Marilyn Baird, Michal Schneider-Kolsky, Lesley Hewitt, Jenny Sim & Tangerine-Ann Holt; Tangerine-Ann Holt, Monash University, Australia

    The objective for this study was to determine whether learning style preferences of health science students could predict their attitudes to e-learning. A survey comprising the Index of Learning... More

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  5. A web enabled video system for self reflection by student teachers using a guiding framework

    Siu Kong, Ronnie Shroff, Hing Hung & Hing Hung

    To ensure their teaching quality, it is important for student teachers to undertake self reflection on their teaching performance after supervised teaching sessions. With the goal of sharpening the... More

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  6. The topic of instructional design in research journals: A citation analysis for the years 1980-2008

    Zehra Ozcinar & Zehra Ozcinar

    This study examines research publication and trends in instructional design, as found in selected professional journals during the period 1980-2008. Citation analysis was used to investigate... More

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  7. Lecture attendance and web based lecture technologies: A comparison of student perceptions and usage patterns

    Brian von Konsky, Jim Ivins, Susan Gribble & Susan Gribble

    This paper investigates the impact of web based lecture recordings on learning and attendance at lectures. Student opinions regarding the perceived value of the recordings were evaluated in the... More

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  8. Development of course material in a multi-author environment

    Michael Schlotter

    Software for text processing and presentation design is becoming increasingly sophisticated. Nevertheless, it is difficult to find a good solution for collaborative writing of technical course... More

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  9. Factors affecting the way students collaborate in a wiki for English language learning

    Vida Zorko

    Wikis are believed to be a powerful tool assisting the development of constructivist learning environments, as their very nature supports collaboration. However, not much research has been done... More

    pp. 645-665

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  10. The effect of assessment on the outcomes of asynchronous online discussion as perceived by instructors

    Chris Klisc, Tanya McGill & Valerie Hobbs

    Asynchronous online discussion is used in a variety of ways, both in online learning environments and in traditional teaching environments where, increasingly frequently, a blended approach is... More

    pp. 666-682

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