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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

Jul 20, 2018 Volume 34, Number 3


Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

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Number of articles: 11

  1. Bot-teachers in hybrid massive open online courses (MOOCs): A post-humanist experience

    Aras Bozkurt, Whitney Kilgore & Matt Crosslin

    Networked technologies have created many learning opportunities and led to new learning models such as massive open online courses (MOOCs). However, MOOCs are an evolving learning model that are... More

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  2. Authentic learning with technology for professional development in vaccine management

    Hanna Ters & mit Karto\u011flu

    Online professional development (OPD) is gaining increasing popularity. However, online learning environments are not always considered effective venues for supporting authentic learning... More

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  3. A clinical educator’s experience using a virtual patient to teach communication and interpersonal skills

    Frank Banszki, Janet Beilby, Michelle Quail, Peter Allen, Shelley Brundage & Joshua Spitalnick

    The purpose of this study was to explore one novice clinical educator\u2019s experiences with training essential communication and interpersonal skills using a virtual patient. Over 3 weeks, the... More

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  4. Learning analytics experience among academics in Australia and Malaysia: A comparison

    Deborah West, Zaidatun Tasir, Ann Luzeckyj, Kew Si Na, Danny Toohey, Zaleha Abdullah, Bill Searle, Nurul Farhana Jumaat & Richard Price

    Several studies have been conducted to evaluate the experience and involvement of academics in learning analytics (LA) due to its potential for improving teaching and learning. However, findings... More

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  5. Examining the relationship between English language learners’ online self-regulation and their self-efficacy

    You Su, Chunping Zheng, Jyh-Chong Liang & Chin-Chung Tsai

    This quantitative study investigated the relationship between learners\u2019 online self-regulation and their self-efficacy in the context of learning English as a foreign language (EFL). We... More

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  6. Higher education students’ experiences of digital learning and (dis)empowerment

    Cristina Costa, Mark Murphy, Ana Pereira & Yvette Taylor

    This paper focuses on learning practices in higher education in relation to a digital participatory culture. Using key principles of critical education, the research set out to explore higher... More

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  7. Comparing active learning techniques: The effect of clickers and discussion groups on student perceptions and performance

    Ryan Walker, Brooke Spangler, E. Lloyd, Bethany Walker, Peter Wessels & Amy Summerville

    Instructors often implement technology-based active learning pedagogies, such as clickers, to maximise student engagement and facilitate learning outcomes. Despite the abundance of clicker research... More

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  8. The influence of structured guidance on pre-service teachers’ blog writing

    Youngju Lee

    The purpose of the study was to investigate how structured blogging influences pre-service teachers\u2019 writings. In this study, pre-service teachers were provided with structured guidance for... More

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  9. Technology Enhanced Learning, Research Impact and Open Scholarship

    Thomas Cochrane, Petrea Redmond & Linda Corrin

    This guest editorial explores the potential impact of alternative metrics and social research networks to enhance Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) research and practice, particularly in the realm... More

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  10. Social presence and motivation in online environments: Second Life versus the Enocta Learning Management System/Adobe Connect

    Mesut Ozonur, Tugba Yanpar Yelken & Hatice Sancar Tokmak

    This study aims to compare the social presence and motivation of students taking a database II course using either the virtual world Second Life (SL) or the Enocta learning management system (LMS)/... More

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  11. Physiotherapy student perspectives on synchronous dual-campus learning and teaching

    Anestis Divanoglou, Kenneth Chance-Larsen, Julie Fleming & Michele Wolfe

    An increasing number of universities offer educational programmes across multiple campuses, as a way of facilitating access to tertiary education and filling the shortage of health professionals in... More

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