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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

Jan 01, 1987 Volume 3, Number 1

Editors

Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

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Number of articles: 13

  1. Artificial intelligence and expert systems in education: Progress, promise and problems

    Alexander Romiszowski & Alexander Romiszowski

    It is not our purpose here to get into a deep analysis of the meanings and accepted definitions of Artificial Intelligence and Expert Systems. Indeed it appears that no universally accepted... More

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  2. Technology in distance education: Turbo charging the horse and buggy

    P. Smith & Peter Smith

    This paper argues that educationists will have to re-consider their present attitudes to education if the full potential of technology is to be realised in distance education. In particular the... More

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  3. Educational technology and education in technology

    Nigel Paine & Nigel Paine

    This paper discusses the impact of new technology on education. It is concerned with new technology as a method of delivery, a subject and an object of education. Nigel Paine argues that, if the... More

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  4. Special keyboards for special needs

    Ian Brown & Ian Brown

    This paper stresses the importance of good design at the child-computer interface. The Concept Keyboard is discussed as an example of a useful input device. It has a touch-sensitive surface... More

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  5. New technology and educational television

    J. Murray & J Murray

    This paper discusses several factors related to the development and use of educational television. Areas covered are: the impact of technological development on Educational Television, and the... More

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  6. AOLIN: A meeting place for Australian technology researchers

    Angela Castro & Angela Castro

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  7. Talk-back television: The Western Australian experience

    James Lange

    Educational television has only just begun in Western Australia, despite having been around for nearly thirty years. The Golden West Network offers free access to a satellite television system that... More

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  8. Lessons from EdTech'86

    Peter Hosie

    The Australian Society for Educational Technology holds a biennial Conference to allow members and others interested in education and technology to get together, discuss issues and share... More

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  9. The impact of new communication technologies on role and function in traditional education support services

    Graeme Murphy

    Focusing on the function and role of educational support services in the light of continuing technological development, this paper discusses the changing relationships between managerial and task... More

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  10. The Supertext Superdisc Project

    James Steele

    The Australian Caption Centre has just completed the production of the supertext superdisc: Ask the Workers ...., Australia's first laser videodisc produced specifically for use in schools. During ... More

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  11. Lessons from EdTech '86

    Peter Hosie

    The Australian Society for Educational Technology holds a biennial Conference to allow members and others interested in education and technology to get together, discuss issues and share... More

    pp. 1-5

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  12. The impact of new communications technologies on role and function in traditional educational support services

    Graeme Murphy

    Focusing on the function and role of educational support services in the light of continuing technological development, this paper discusses the changing relationships between managerial and task ... More

    pp. 25-32

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  13. Talkback television: The Western Australian experience

    James Lange

    Educational television has only just begun in Western Australia, despite having been around for nearly thirty years. The Golden West Network offers free access to a satellite television system... More

    pp. 37-44

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