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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

Jun 09, 2017 Volume 33, Number 2

Editors

Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

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Number of articles: 11

  1. Investigating the effect of learning styles in a blended e-learning system: An extension of the technology acceptance model (TAM)

    Ahmed Al-Azawei, Patrick Parslow & Karsten Lundqvist

    This study assesses learner perceptions of a blended e-learning system (BELS) and the feasibility of accommodating educational hypermedia systems (EHSs) according to learning styles using a... More

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  2. I See What You Are Doing: Student Views on Lecturer Use of Tablet PCs in the Engineering Mathematics Classroom

    Peter Maclaren, David Wilson & Sergiy Klymchuk

    Mathematically intensive engineering subjects at a tertiary level have traditionally been taught in classroom environments using whiteboards or blackboards. This paper reports on student views of... More

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  3. Elements of satisfactory online asynchronous teacher behaviour in higher education

    Anneke Smits & Joke Voogt

    In this study, differences were analysed between two groups of online teachers in a Master of Special Educational Needs program. One group scored high on student satisfaction and the second group... More

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  4. Blended learning citation patterns and publication networks across seven worldwide regions

    Kristian Spring & Charles Graham

    The field of international blended learning (BL) is primed to benefit from stronger communication and collaboration. Collaboration is currently limited, and regions vary greatly in terms of... More

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  5. Tertiary students’ understandings and practices of informal learning: A New Zealand case study

    Kwok-Wing Lai & Lee Smith

    In 2013, we undertook research in a New Zealand University to gain insights into students\u2019 understandings of informal learning, its connection to formal learning and how they engaged in... More

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  6. Examining pre-service teachers’ design capacities for web-based 21st century new culture of learning

    Ching Chai, Lynde Tan, Feng Deng & Joyce Koh

    Although there is an established body of work arguing that teachers\u2019 technological pedagogical content knowledge (TPACK) is necessary for designing ICT-integrated lessons, little is known... More

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  7. Conditions for the successful implementation of teacher educator design teams for ICT integration: A Delphi study

    Heleen Becuwe, Natalie Pareja Roblin, Jo Tondeur, Jeroen Thys, Els Castelein & Joke Voogt

    Teacher educators often struggle to model effective integration of technology. Several studies suggest that the involvement of teacher educators in collaborative design is effective in developing... More

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  8. Blended learning and team teaching: Adapting pedagogy in response to the changing digital tertiary environment

    Renee Crawford & Louise Jenkins

    Increased accessibility of advanced technology, the targeted use of online learning platforms, student flexible learning expectations and the pressures of faculty budget constraints and priorities ... More

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  9. Promoting interactions between lecturers and students in classrooms via mobile technologies: An empirical study

    Chin Gan & Vimala Balakrishnan

    The current study sets out to identify determinants affecting behavioural intention to use mobile technology in lecture classes. The research emphasizes the reason for using mobile technology... More

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  10. Effects of tagcloud-anchored group discussions on pre-service teachers’ collaborative knowledge construction

    Shu-Yuan Lin & Ying Xie

    Group discussions are critical for students constructing new understanding and knowledge in both classroom and distance education. Tagclouds can provide an intuitive overview about the group\u2019s... More

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  11. Does proactive personality matter in mobile learning?

    Rui-Ting Huang, Tzy-Wen Tang, Yi Lee & Fang-Ying Yang

    Increasing attention has been paid to mobile learning studies. However, there is still a dearth of studies investigating the moderating effect of proactive personality on mobile learning... More

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