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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

Jan 01, 2007 Volume 23, Number 1

Editors

Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

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Number of articles: 9

  1. Going with the grain: Mobile devices in practice

    John Pettit, Agnes Kukulska-Hulme & Agnes Kukulska-Hulme

    Fifty-seven alumni of a global Masters program participated in research into their use of mobile devices. Drawing on questionnaire and interview data, the paper examines how far the devices were... More

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  2. Supporting peer assessment of individual contributions in groupwork

    Richard Raban, Andrew Litchfield & Andrew Litchfield

    The ability to assess the work of others is a core attribute for most professionals. To develop this graduate attribute in our students requires the learning of self and peer evaluation, feedback, ... More

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  3. Talking books for children's home use in a minority Indigenous Australian language context

    Glenn Auld & Glenn Auld

    Members of the Kunibídji community are the traditional owners of the lands and seas around Maningrida, a remote community in Northern Australia. Most of the 200 members of the Kunibídji Community... More

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  4. Instructors' experiences of web based synchronous communication using two way audio and direct messaging

    Elizabeth Murphy, Justyna Ciszewska-Carr & Justyna Ciszewska-Carr

    This paper reports on an exploratory case study designed to gain insight into instructors' experiences with web based synchronous communication using two way audio and direct messaging. We... More

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  5. Towards meaningful learning through digital video supported, case based teaching

    Päivi Hakkarainen, Tarja Saarelainen, Heli Ruokamo, Tarja Saarelainen & Heli Ruokamo

    This paper reports an action research case study in which a traditional lecture based, face to face Network Management course at the University of Lapland's Faculty of Social Sciences was developed... More

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  6. From policy to practice: One university's experience of implementing strategic change through wholly online teaching and learning

    Dale Holt, Di Challis & Di Challis

    One institution's attempts to implement an ambitious wholly online learning policy is examined in the Australian higher education setting. The conditions that led to a diversity of models of wholly... More

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  7. Instructor immediacy strategies to facilitate group work in online graduate study

    Sherri Melrose, Kim Bergeron & Kim Bergeron

    An increasing number of online graduate study programs require students to participate in collaborative work projects. And yet, educational research examining instructional strategies that... More

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  8. Moving towards a university wide implementation of an ePortfolio tool

    Sarah Lambert & Linda Corrin

    The University of Wollongong has been strategically exploring ePortfolios since 2002. Building on lessons learnt from student trials across two different disciplines in 2002/3 and 2006, the project... More

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  9. Moving towards a University-wide implementation of an ePortfolio tool

    Sarah Lambert & Linda Corrin

    The University of Wollongong has been strategically exploring ePortfolios since 2002. Building on lessons learnt from student trials across two different disciplines in 2002/3 and 2006, the... More

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