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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

Jan 01, 1989 Volume 5, Number 1

Editors

Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

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Number of articles: 6

  1. A cross-cultural study of the implementation of microcomputers into schools

    Marilyn Fleer & Marilyn Fleer

    There is a strong commitment by education authorities for computer technology to become part of the curriculum in most Australian schools, however, little research has been focussed on how this... More

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  2. Introducing teleconferencing to Turkey: Partnerships that work!

    Karen Murphy & Karen Murphy

    This paper describes the planning and results of Turkey's first international multi-point audio teleconference. The technology existed, and teleconferencing equipment and expertise were both... More

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  3. Technophilia and technophobia

    Michael Campion & Michael Campion

    One of the sub-themes of the International Educational Technology Conference held in Perth, Western Australia in December 1986, "Education for a technological society", provided us with an... More

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  4. Re - A hidden agenda for educational technology in Australia

    Sue McNamara & Sue McNamara

    EdTech'88, the biennial conference of the Australian Society for Educational Technology witnessed numerous demonstrations of the applications of technology to instruction. Predominantly attention... More

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  5. Educational broadcasting - just for kids?

    Brian Kenworthy & Brian Kenworthy

    This paper examines and compares the appropriateness of broadcasting and narrowcasting to delivering educational programs for adult learners. It describes some recent developments in Australia and ... More

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  6. CD-ROM: Expanding and shrinking resource based learning

    John Hedberg & John Hedberg

    Over the past few years there has been a rapid development in the integration and sophistication of technologies that can be used for learning. One of the more interesting delivery technologies is ... More

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