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British Journal of Educational Technology

September 2016 Volume 47, Number 5

Editors

Carina Girvan; Sara Hennessy; Manolis Mavrikis; Sara Price; Niall Winters

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 12

  1. Podcasts: A technology for all?

    Daniela Gachago, Candice Livingston & Eunice Ivala

    While the pedagogical benefits and challenges of podcasting as a teaching and learning practice are well researched, sometimes with contradictory results, literature on the potential of podcasting ... More

    pp. 859-872

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  2. Developing graduate attributes in an open online course

    Michael Rowe

    In an increasingly connected world where solving complex problems is not possible by solitary experts, educators and learners need opportunities to develop ways of thinking that allow them to... More

    pp. 873-882

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  3. Transformation of teacher practice using mobile technology with one-to-one classes: M-learning pedagogical approaches

    Lucie Lindsay

    The rapid global uptake of mobile technology is reflected in pioneering New Zealand schools. Teachers of classes where each student uses a mobile device were surveyed on how frequently they use... More

    pp. 883-892

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  4. Technology-enhanced learning in college mathematics remediation

    Cecile M. Foshee, Stephen N. Elliott & Robert K. Atkinson

    US colleges presently face an academic plight; thousands of high school graduates are performing below the expected ability for college-level mathematics. This paper describes an innovative... More

    pp. 893-905

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  5. The use of recorded lectures in education and the impact on lecture attendance and exam performance

    Nynke Bos, Caspar Groeneveld, Jan Bruggen van & Saskia Brand‐Gruwel

    Universities increasingly record lectures and make them available online for students. Though the technology to record these lectures is now solidly implemented and embedded in many institutions,... More

    pp. 906-917

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  6. Using virtual online simulations in Second Life® to engage undergraduate psychology students with employability issues

    Tony Ward, Liz Falconer, Manuel Frutos‐Perez, Bryn Williams, James Johns & Sinead Harold

    This study compares online simulation in Second Life® (Linden Labs, San Francisco, California, USA) with equivalent face-to-face activities for three scenarios. The intention was that the three... More

    pp. 918-931

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  7. Effects of reflection type in the here and now mobile learning environment

    Florence Martin & Jeffrey Ertzberger

    Here and now mobile learning has the capability to engage learners anytime and anywhere and situate them in their learning context. Mobile devices provide opportunity for learners to participate in... More

    pp. 932-944

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  8. Understanding university faculty perceptions about innovation in teaching and technology

    Theodore J. Kopcha, Lloyd P. Rieber & Brandy B. Walker

    The purpose of this research is to understand faculty perceptions about innovation in teaching and technology in a college of education in a research-intensive university. This study was motivated ... More

    pp. 945-957

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  9. Tertiary students' intention to e-collaborate for group projects: Exploring the missing link from an extended theory of planned behaviour model

    Eddie W.L. Cheng, Samuel K.W. Chu & Carol S.M. Ma

    With the emergence of web technologies, students can conduct their group projects via virtual platforms, which enable online collaboration. However, students' lack of intention to use web... More

    pp. 958-969

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  10. An exploration into first-year university students' approaches to inquiry and online learning technologies in blended environments

    Robert A. Ellis & Ana‐Maria Bliuc

    The use of online learning technologies in experiences of inquiry is increasingly ubiquitous in university contexts. In blended environments, research into university experiences suggests that... More

    pp. 970-980

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  11. Analysing 157 learning designs using learning analytic approaches as a means to evaluate the impact of pedagogical decision making

    Lisette Toetenel & Bart Rienties

    Educators need to change their practice to adapt to a shifting educational context. By visualising learning design decisions, this article highlights the need to capture educators' “tacit”... More

    pp. 981-992

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  12. Pedagogy first: Realising technology enhanced learning by focusing on teaching practice

    Ian Glover, Stuart Hepplestone, Helen J. Parkin, Helen Rodger & Brian Irwin

    This paper explores a “pedagogy first” approach to technology enhanced learning developed by Sheffield Hallam University (SHU) as a method to encourage use of, and experimentation with, technology ... More

    pp. 993-1002

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