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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

Jan 01, 2011 Volume 27, Number 8


Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

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Number of articles: 11

  1. Digital technology and the culture of teaching and learning in higher education

    Kwok-Wing Lai

    This paper discusses how the use of digital technologies may support a shift of cultural practices in teaching and learning, to better meet the needs of 21st century higher education learners. A... More

    pp. 1263-1275

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  2. ICT in the changing landscape of higher education in Southeast Asia

    Kian-Sam Hong & Peter Songan

    As in the developed nations, developing countries in the Southeast Asian region increasingly are recognising the important role higher education plays in enhancing the human resources of a nation ... More

    pp. 1276-1290

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  3. A study on the adoption of clickers in higher education

    Kumar Laxman

    Audience response systems or 'clickers' are being used widely in both large and small educational settings. Clickers leverage upon a number of technological affordances to allow for adaptive and... More

    pp. 1291-1303

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  4. Walk the talk: Immersing pre-service teachers in the learning of ICT tools for knowledge creation

    Shanti Divaharan, Wei-Ying Lim & Seng-Chee Tan

    This paper traces the evolution of the design framework for the use of technology in a teacher education program in a Singaporean university. This course focuses on developing student teachers'... More

    pp. 1304-1318

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  5. Design and evaluation of two blended learning approaches: Lessons learned

    Wing Cheung & Khe Hew

    In this paper, we share two blended learning approaches used at the National Institute of Education in Singapore. We have been using these two approaches in the last twelve years in many courses... More

    pp. 1319-1337

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  6. Enhancing the sense of community and learning experience using self-paced instruction and peer tutoring in a computer-laboratory course

    Vasa Buraphadeja & Jirang Kumnuanta

    In its second decade of education reform and its third cycle of national ICT master plans, Thailand struggles to transform its aspirations into practice. This paper chronicles three decades of... More

    pp. 1338-1355

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  7. Assessing e-learning acceptance by university students in Thailand

    Timothy Teo, Su Wong, Thapanee Thammetar & Wisa Chattiwat

    The aim of this study is to assess e-learning acceptance by students, using data collected from 377 students at three public universities in Thailand. Using the E-learning Acceptance MeasureMore

    pp. 1356-1368

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  8. Evaluation of user acceptance of mixed reality technology

    Rasimah Yusoff, Halimah Zaman & Azlina Ahmad

    pp. 1369-1387

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  9. The virtual classroom: A catalyst for institutional transformation

    Nantha Subramaniam & Maheswari Kandasamy

    This study explores the use of the virtual classroom which has been created in myVLE, a learning management system used by the Open University Malaysia (OUM). The virtual classroom in More

    pp. 1388-1412

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  10. Learners' reflections on and perceptions of computer-mediated communication in a language classroom: A Vietnamese perspective

    Long Nguyen

    The paper examines Vietnamese learners' reflections on and perceptions of the application of computer-mediated communication (CMC) into collaborative learning. Data for analysis included an... More

    pp. 1413-1436

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  11. Transforming Vietnam's medical education through e-learning

    Michael Churton

    The costs for providing medical school education and services in Vietnam's universities continue to increase. Through a collaborative project between the Government of the Netherlands and Vietnam'... More

    pp. 1437-1454

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