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Australasian Journal of Peer Learning

2008 Volume 1, Number

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Student-Creation of eCases for Clinical Reasoning in Pharmacy

    Mary Au Yeung, Paul Lam & Carmel McNaught

    Case-based activities are widely proclaimed to enable better learning through allowing students to practice application of concepts in real-life situations. This paper reports an investigation into... More

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  2. Peer Assisted Learning in Fleximode: Developing an Online Learning Community

    Henk Huijser, Lindy Kimmins & Peter Evans

    Evidence suggests that peer-assisted learning schemes on campus help students establish social networks which can have a positive influence on their learning achievements. At the University of... More

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  3. On-Line, Off-Campus but in the Flow: Learning from Peers in Development Studies

    Elizabeth A. Beckmann & Patrick Kilby

    Development workers studying at the graduate level benefit from exposure to the great variety of cultures and worldviews. In the Australian National University's Master of Applied Anthropology and ... More

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