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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

Nov 25, 2018 Volume 34, Number 5


Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

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Number of articles: 13

  1. GoSoapBox in public health tertiary education: A student response system for improving learning experiences and outcomes

    Julie-Anne Carroll, Mangalam Sankupellay, Jess Rodgers, Michelle Newcomb & Roger Cook

    Most pedagogical literature has generated “how to” approaches regarding the use of student response systems (SRS). There are currently no systematic reviews on the effectiveness of SRS, for its... More

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  2. Making it real: The development of a web-based simulated learning resource for occupational therapy students

    Kelli Nicola-Richmond & Valerie Watchorn

    Equipping students with graduate attributes that ensure they are ready to work in complex health environments is highly important. Recently there has been increased use of simulation in health... More

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  3. A caution about causation

    Michael Henderson, Petrea Redmond & Eva Heinrich

    Educational technology research, like all education research, is dominated by explicit or implicit claims of causation. The dominance of cause-effect models in research is not surprising, and for... More

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  4. Helping doctoral students crack the publication code: An evaluation and content analysis of the Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

    Melissa Bond

    Getting published in an academic journal is no easy feat, especially for doctoral students and English as a second language speakers, seeking to publish in English. Considering the relatively low... More

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  5. Internal and external forces: Technology uses among English language teacher educators in South Korea

    Ksan Rubadeau

    Surprisingly little has been written about the technology-related roles and practices of teacher educators. Even less is known about the adoption of technologies by teacher educators in the field... More

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  6. Internet-based epistemic beliefs, engagement in online activities, and intention for constructivist ICT integration among pre-service teachers

    Yuan-Hsuan Lee

    This study investigated pre-service teachers’ epistemic beliefs about the Internet using the Inventory of Internet-Based Epistemic Beliefs (IBEB). Also examined were their belief profiles to... More

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  7. On-campus, distance or online? Influences on student decision-making about study modes at university

    Matthew Bailey, Maree Gosper, Dirk Ifenthaler, Cheryl Ware & Mandy Kretzschma

    This article examines the choices students make when deciding the mode of study they will enrol in for university. It expands on previous work in the field by surveying 744 Faculty of Arts students... More

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  8. Online communities of teachers to support situational knowledge: A design-based study

    Nick Kelly, Nick Russell, Steven Kickbusch, Alistair Barros, Les Dawes & Rune Rasmussen

    This paper describes a design-based research study in which an online platform for teachers was designed and implemented over 3 years. The study uses a networked learning approach to support... More

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  9. Social media use by instructional design departments

    Enilda Romero-Hall, Royce Kimmons & George Veletsianos

    The aim of this investigation was to gain an understanding of the use of institutional social media accounts by graduate departments. This study focused particularly on the social media accounts of... More

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  10. An importance–competence analysis of the roles and competencies of e-tutors at an open distance learning institution

    Nadine de Metz & Adele Bezuidenhout

    This study investigates the role of the e-tutor within an Open Distance Learning Higher Education institution in terms of perceptions of their work roles and the assessment of the competencies of... More

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  11. The rise and fall (?) of the digital natives

    Terry Judd

    Building on the earlier net generation and millennials concepts, Prensky popularised the notion of a generation of “digital native” students through his 2001 two-part series “Digital natives,... More

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  12. Australian university students’ access to web-based lecture recordings and the relationship with lecture attendance and academic performance

    Laurie Chapin

    Web-based lecture technology (WBLT) allows students access to recorded lectures delivered live to the classroom any time and to any device with internet. This technology has become standard across ... More

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  13. Debating the use of social media in higher education in Australasia: Where are we now?

    Julie Willems, Chie Adachi, Francesca Bussey, Iain Doherty & Henk Huijser

    The integration of social media into higher education is having a significant impact on learning and teaching. As they become enmeshed in the fabric of academia, they are also becoming a site of... More

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