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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

Jan 01, 1999 Volume 15, Number 1


Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Designing computer based cognitive tools to assist learners to interpret graphs and tables

    Brian Ferry, John Hedberg & Barry Harper

    This paper reports on the development and evaluation of cognitive tools used to interpret graphs and tables. The development of these tools was informed by research about how learners interpreted ... More

    pp. 1-19

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  2. Computer mediated communication and collaborative learning in an undergraduate distance education environment

    Mary Scarborough

    Deakin University has, over a number of years, committed resources to the development of communication technologies in all aspects of teaching and learning. In 1996, staff in the School of... More

    pp. 20-46

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  3. Using online technologies to support problem based learning: Learners' responses and perceptions

    Ron Omari

    This paper reports a study in which a form of online problem based learning was employed with a group of on campus students in an undergraduate university course. The paper explores the practical ... More

    pp. 58-79

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  4. Teleteaching with large groups: A case study from the Monash experience

    Judith Tennant

    Teleteaching, though in a relatively early stage at Monash University, has the potential to provide a conduit for high level interaction between students and staff on various campuses in 'real... More

    pp. 80-94

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  5. Exploiting the web for education: An anonymous asynchronous role simulation

    Mark Capper

    Whilst not all the possibilities of face to face teaching can be replicated on the World Wide Web, some can be undertaken which are impossible face to face. A role simulation, a hybrid of a role... More

    pp. 95-116

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