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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

Jan 01, 2011 Volume 27, Number 4

Editors

Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

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Number of articles: 11

  1. Wiki activities in blended learning for health professional students: Enhancing critical thinking and clinical reasoning skills

    Suzanne Snodgrass & Suzanne Snodgrass

    Health professionals use critical thinking, a key problem solving skill, for clinical reasoning which is defined as the use of knowledge and reflective inquiry to diagnose a clinical problem.... More

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  2. Evaluation and improvement of student's question-posing ability in a web-based learning environment

    Yu-Feng Lan, Pin-Chuan Lin & Pin-Chuan Lin

    With the rapid development of web-based learning environments, question-posing activities have become an important teaching and learning mode. However, this learning approach has some difficulties,... More

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  3. Analysis of the technology acceptance model in examining students' behavioural intention to use an e-portfolio system

    Ronnie Shroff, Christopher Deneen, Eugenia Ng & Eugenia Ng

    In recent years, instructors have had an increasing interest in integrating Internet based technologies into their classroom as part of the learning environment. Compared to studies on other... More

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  4. Media presentation mode, English listening comprehension and cognitive load in ubiquitous learning environments: Modality effect or redundancy effect?

    Chi-Cheng Chang, Hao Lei, Ju-Shih Tseng & Ju-Shih Tseng

    Although ubiquitous learning enhances students' access to learning materials, it is crucial to find out which media presentation modes produce the best results for English listening comprehension. ... More

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  5. Blogging in a teaching skills course for pre-service teachers of English as a second language

    Yonca Ozkan & Yonca Ozkan

    Few question the benefits technology provides for learners, teachers and administrators. Yet, few touch on what undesirable effects it may have on individuals' educational and social wellbeing.... More

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  6. Virtualisation of engineering discipline experiments for an Internet-based remote laboratory

    Rajiv Tiwari, Khilawan Singh & Khilawan Singh

    A comprehensive survey on the Internet based virtualisation of experiments is presented, covering several individual as well as collaborative efforts in various engineering disciplines. From this... More

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  7. Presentation time concerning system-paced multimedia instructions and the superiority of learner pacing

    Klaus Stiller, Kirstin Petzold, Peter Zinnbauer & Peter Zinnbauer

    The superiority of learner-paced over system-paced instructions was demonstrated in multiple experiments. In these experiments, the system-paced presentations were highly speeded, causing cognitive... More

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  8. Facilitating digital video production in the language arts curriculum

    Susan McKenney, Joke Voogt & Joke Voogt

    Two studies were conducted to facilitate the development of feasible support for the process of integrating digital video making activities in the primary school language arts curriculum. The first... More

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  9. Investigating design and technology students' peer interactions in a technology-mediated learning environment: A case study

    Tiong Yeo, Choon Quek & Choon Quek

    This research investigates students' peer interactions in the Design and Technology (D&T) environment supported byKnowledge Forum. The sample comprised of 15 students who had no prior experience in... More

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  10. LiveUSB Mediated Education: A method to facilitate computer supported education

    Ramon Garrote, Tomas Pettersson & Michael Christie

    In this paper the authors analyse the design and implementation of a course about learning management systems (LMS). The course was first given in Cuba and then in Guatemala and Peru, within the... More

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  11. Using computer-based instruction to improve Indigenous early literacy in Northern Australia: A quasi-experimental study

    Jennifer Wolgemuth, Robert Savage, Janet Helmer, Tess Lea, Helen Harper, Kalotina Chalkiti, Christine Bottrell & Phil Abrami

    The effectiveness of a web-based reading support tool, ABRACADABRA, to improve the literacy outcomes of Indigenous and non-Indigenous students was evaluated over one semester in several Northern... More

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