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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

Nov 07, 2016 Volume 32, Number 4

Editors

Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

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Number of articles: 8

  1. An empirical study towards understanding user acceptance of bring your own device (BYOD) in higher education

    Gary Cheng, Yuanyuan Guan & Juliana Chau

    This paper discusses the findings of a research study investigating user acceptance of bring your own device (BYOD) practice to support teaching and learning in a Hong Kong university. Forty-four... More

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  2. Motives and tensions in the release of open educational resources: The UKOER program

    Isobel Falconer, Allison Littlejohn, Lou McGill & Helen Beetham

    Open educational resources (OER) have been promoted as a path to universal education, supporting economic development and intercultural dialogue. However, to realise these benefits requires greater... More

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  3. Exploring the affordances of WeChat for facilitating teaching, social and cognitive presence in semi-synchronous language exchange

    Yuping Wang, Wei-Chieh Fang, Julia Han & Nian-Shing Chen

    This research is an exploratory study that evaluates the affordances of WeChat for the development of a community of inquiry (CoI) in semi-synchronous language exchange supported by WeChat.WeChat... More

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  4. Modelling relationships between students’ academic achievement and community of inquiry in an online learning environment for a blended course

    Jeanette Choy & Choon Quek

    With the advancement in technology, learners are spending a substantial amount of time on online learning. Guided by the community of inquiry (CoI) framework (Garrison, Anderson, & Archer, 1999... More

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  5. Academic success is about self-efficacy rather than frequency of use of the learning management system

    Jaclyn Broadbent

    Previous studies have investigated the association between the frequency of student learning management system (LMS) use (logins, discussion board use, resources used, etc.) and academic... More

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  6. The logic of the theoretical and practical products of design research

    Matthew Easterday, Daniel Rees Lewis & Elizabeth Gerber

    Design research (DR) promises to simultaneously solve practical problems of education and develop theory to guide future interventions. However, educational DR remains paradigmatically... More

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  7. I “see” what you are saying: The analytical work of diagrams in online discussions

    Tony Stevens

    Diagrams illustrating research on discussion forum content in online education practices can assist to clarify an author’s thoughts and assist with the reader’s comprehension. A review of past... More

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  8. Prepare-Participate-Connect: Active learning with video annotation

    Meg Colasante & Kathy Douglas

    Annotation of video provides students with the opportunity to view and engage with audiovisual content in an interactive and participatory way rather than in passive-receptive mode. This article... More

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