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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

Jan 01, 2011 Volume 27, Number 7


Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

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Number of articles: 12

  1. Collaborative development of an online pharmacy experiential learning database

    Susanne Owen, Greg Ryan, Jim Woulfe, Leigh McKauge & Ieva Stupans

    pp. 1069-1081

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  2. Technology enabled active learning (TEAL) in introductory physics: Impact on genders and achievement levels

    Ruey Shieh, Wheijen Chang & Eric Liu

    This study explored the impact of Technology Enabled Active Learning (TEAL) on students learning general physics, focusing on differences between genders and among various achievement... More

    pp. 1082-1099

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  3. Evaluation of hybrid and distance education learning environments in Spain

    Rosario Ferrer-Cascales, Scott Walker, Abilio Reig-Ferrer, Mar , #237;a Fern, #225;ndez-Pascual , Natalia Albaladejo-Bl & #225;zquez

    pp. 1100-1110

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  4. LMS transitioning to Moodle: A surprising case of successful, emergent change management

    Alan Lawler

    During 2009-10 the University of Ballarat implemented the open-source learning management system (LMS) Moodle alongside its existing legacy LMS, Blackboard. While previous IT... More

    pp. 1111-1123

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  5. Blended learning: Investigating its potential in an English language teacher training program

    Zeynep Kocoglu, Yesim Ozek & Yesim Kesli

    Although the benefits of blended learning have been well documented in educational research, relatively few studies have examined blended learning in language teacher education. This study... More

    pp. 1124-1134

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  6. An evaluation of semi-automated, collaborative marking and feedback systems: Academic staff perspectives

    Steven Burrows & Mark Shortis

    Online marking and feedback systems are critical for providing timely and accurate feedback to students and maintaining the integrity of results in large class teaching. Previous investigations... More

    pp. 1135-1154

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  7. Cyberbullying and victimisation among Turkish university students

    Yavuz Akbulut & Bahadir Eristi

    This study investigated the extent of cyberbullying and victimisation among Turkish university students at a state college of education. A personal information form and 56 scaled items were... More

    pp. 1155-1170

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  8. Multimedia courseware development for World Heritage sites and its trial integration into instruction in higher technical education

    Shu-Chiao Tsai

    This study reports on creative ways of using technology in the classroom, specifically the development of multimedia courseware on World Heritage through which learners are able to upgrade their... More

    pp. 1171-1189

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  9. An extended Cyberhunts strategy: Learner centred learning-by-design

    Andr , #233; Plessis & Paul Webb

    The aim of this paper is to introduce to the education community to a newly developed 'Learner Centred Learning-By-Designing Extended Cyberhunts' (LCLBDEC) strategy for teaching and learning in... More

    pp. 1190-1207

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  10. A blended collaborative writing approach for Chinese L2 primary school students

    Lung-Hsiang Wong, Wenli Chen, Ching-Sing Chai, Chee-Kuen Chin & Ping Gao

    This paper outlines an adaptable collaborative writing approach employing a wiki to address the typical weaknesses of young Singaporean Chinese students learning Chinese as second language (L2) in... More

    pp. 1208-1226

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  11. Exploring teacher knowledge and actions supporting technology-enhanced teaching in elementary schools: Two approaches by pre-service teachers

    Candace Figg & Kamini Jamani

    Two approaches to teaching with technology to highlight practice-based teacher knowledge and actions for teaching technologically enhanced lessons are presented. Participants were two elementary... More

    pp. 1227-1246

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  12. Do beginning teachers know how to participate and interact in online discussion? Outcomes from a Victorian case study

    Kathy Jordan

    The use of online discussion has a long history in distance education and higher education generally, and has recently been proposed as a means of supporting beginning teachers as they face the... More

    pp. 1247-1262

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