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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

Jan 01, 2003 Volume 19, Number 1

Editors

Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 8

  1. Exploring critical aspects of information technologies integration in Singapore schools

    Lim Ping, Khine Swe, Timothy Hew, Philip Wong, Divaharan Shanti & Betsy Lim

    This paper reports the key findings of a questionnaire survey aimed at exploring the critical aspects of information technology (IT) integration in Singapore schools. The survey is the first part ... More

    pp. 1-24

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  2. Online learning: Implications for effective learning for higher education in South Africa

    Maylene Damoense

    Over the last decade there has been an augmenting shift away from the conventional teaching and learning to modes where the Internet now plays a key role. E-learning is increasingly forming an... More

    pp. 25-45

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  3. Design principles for authoring dynamic, reusable learning objects

    Tom Boyle

    The aim of this paper is to delineate a coherent framework for the authoring of re-purposable learning objects. The approach is orthogonal to the considerable work into learning object metadata... More

    pp. 46-58

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  4. Patterns of engagement in authentic online learning environments

    Jan Herrington, Ron Oliver & Thomas Reeves

    The use of authentic activities within online learning environments has been shown to have many benefits for learners in online units and courses. There has been renewed interest in the role of... More

    pp. 59-71

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  5. It takes more than metadata and stories of success: Understanding barriers to reuse of computer facilitated learning resources

    Carmel McNaught, Andrew Burd, Kevin Whithear, John Prescott & Glenn Browning

    A national study in Australia in the late 1990s explored barriers to the adoption and reuse of computer facilitated learning (CFL) in Australian universities. These barriers will be summarised.... More

    pp. 72-86

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  6. Has student learning been improved by the use of online and offline formative assessment opportunities?

    Mary Peat & Sue Franklin

    For almost a decade we have been providing a large group of first year, undergraduate biology students with both offline (paper based) and online assessment resources to support them in their... More

    pp. 87-99

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  7. Evaluating a communicative model for web mediated collaborative learning and design

    Lesley Treleaven

    Collaborative learning and its associated processes of social interaction have been given increasing emphasis in innovative education as pedagogical research has established the importance of... More

    pp. 100-117

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  8. Teaching languages online: Deconstructing the myths

    Uschi Felix

    Debates on e-learning often begin by comparing apples with oranges. The 'theatre of the classroom' and the rich social tapestry of the campus are contrasted with a barren, solitary, inhuman online... More

    pp. 118-138

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