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Learning, Media and Technology

September 2010 Volume 35, Number 3

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Number of articles: 7

  1. Scoping the Pedagogic Relationship between Self-Efficacy and Web 2.0 Technologies

    Richard Hall & Melanie Hall

    This article scopes the connections between the educational use of Web 2.0 technologies in social learning spaces, and the concept of individual self-efficacy. At issue is whether the individual... More

    pp. 255-273

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  2. But a Walking Shadow: Designing, Performing and Learning on the Virtual Stage

    Iryna Kuksa & Mark Childs

    For hundreds of years, the "remediation" of reality has been built into all technologies of representation. Although taken as a whole, the available information enables a qualitative assessment of ... More

    pp. 275-291

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  3. Educational Scenarios for Digital Futures

    Sandy Schuck & Peter Aubusson

    This article frames and theorises the nature of adolescents' informal experiences in Web 2.0 environments to articulate their fit or misfit with current conceptions of school education and... More

    pp. 293-305

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  4. Transmission, Transformation and Ritual: An Investigation of Students' and Researchers' Digitally Mediated Communications and Collaborative Work

    Sue Timmis, Marie Joubert, Anne Manuel & Sally Barnes

    This article explores the use of multiple digital tools for mediating communications, drawing on two recent empirical studies in which students and researchers in UK higher education worked on... More

    pp. 307-322

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  5. The Role of Live Video Capture Production in the Development of Student Communication Skills

    Michael O'Donoghue & Tom A. Cochrane

    Civil and natural resources engineering students at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand, take specific courses requiring small group research projects and the presentation of findings to... More

    pp. 323-335

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  6. Digital Images and the Z-Axis

    Judie Cross

    This article argues that while a semiotic analysis of composition in the screen, page and image has significant heuristic value, this would be further enhanced were it also to take into account... More

    pp. 337-349

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  7. Web 2.0 and Education: Not Just Another Case of Hype, Hope and Disappointment?

    Anastasia Gouseti

    It could be said that in the fast-changing field of education technology the initial excitement for a tool or application usually fades away as the next technology emerges on the horizon--leaving... More

    pp. 351-356

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