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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

Jan 01, 2001 Volume 17, Number 2


Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Problem based learning in the design of a multimedia project

    Iain McAlpine, Rex Clements & Rex Clements

    This article examines problem based learning (PBL) as a basis for the design of interactive multimedia. To be effective, interactive multimedia should be stimulating and challenging, while... More

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  2. The role of synchronous communication in fully distance education

    Gary Motteram & Gary Motteram

    The issue of whether distance education can fulfil the needs of learners has been much discussed in the literature. It is generally felt that there are two key facets to an educational context... More

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  3. Drama online

    Jennifer Nicholls, Robyn Philip & Robyn Philip

    Drama, because of its practical requirements, would seem to be one of the last courses to benefit from the incorporation of online learning technologies. Yet, by embedding web based conferencing in... More

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  4. Reflections in cyberspace: Web conferencing for language teacher education

    E. Johnson, Ann Bishop, Anna Holt, Jennifer Stirling, Janice Zane & Janice Zane

    This paper reports on an in depth evaluation of a distance format Applied Linguistics course in which web based computer conferencing was used as a tool to support student knowledge construction... More

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  5. A touch of sugar: A multimedia case study to facilitate student dietitians learning about the clinical management of diabetes

    Helen Matters, Susan Miller, David Owies, Susan Vukovic, Caryl Nowson, Jane Winter & Jane Winter

    This paper describes the development, implementation and evaluation of a multimedia case study on dietetic case management of diabetes. A multimedia web-based program was developed to use the... More

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  6. Seeking best practice in online learning: Flexible Learning Toolboxes in the Australian VET sector

    Ron Oliver & Ron Oliver

    This paper describes The Flexible Learning Toolboxes Project , a component of the Australian Flexible Learning Framework for the National Vocational Education and Training System 2000-2004 (AFL... More

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