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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

Jan 01, 2005 Volume 21, Number 4


Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

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Number of articles: 7

  1. Using ICQ to enhance teacher-student relationships

    Yin Shung, Sue Trinidad & Sue Trinidad

    This research investigated the use of computer mediated communication (CMC) tools to enhance teacher-student relationships in two secondary schools in Hong Kong. This study showed that ICQ (a most ... More

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  2. Rochester Castle MMORPG: Instructional gaming and collaborative learning at a Western Australian school

    Mark Lee, Ken Eustace, Geoff Fellows, Allan Bytheway, Leah Irving & Leah Irving

    This paper reports on the first stage of a project to develop and test the use of massively multiplayer online role playing games (MMORPGs) for promoting computer supported collaborative learning... More

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  3. The pedagogical and multimedia designs of learning objects for schools

    Margaret Haughey, Bill Muirhead & Bill Muirhead

    While much has been written about learning objects, the focus of discussion has been on standards, theoretical principles or post-secondary applications. Little has been published about the issues ... More

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  4. Determining the factors affecting student perceptions of a popular science video

    Derek Muller, Manjula Sharma & Manjula Sharma

    Video is a widely used resource in teaching at all levels of education, yet research regarding its pedagogic development and use is inconsistent, dependent on outdated learning theories, and... More

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  5. Strategic development of information technology services in a provincial higher education institute

    Prachit Intaganok, Peter Waterworth, Siwaporn Srisamai & Siwaporn Srisamai

    This paper describes a research project on the introduction of information technology (IT) services to a higher education institution in north eastern Thailand. The project considered the... More

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  6. An evaluation of web enhanced instruction in college level biology courses

    Tamar Keasar, Rachel Baruch, Esther Grobgeld-Dahan & Esther Grobgeld-Dahan

    Websites that accompany science courses typically aim to provide easy access to learning materials, and to facilitate student-instructor communication. We tested whether these aims were achieved in... More

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  7. Contrasting syntactic and semantic units in the analysis of online discussions

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

    This paper reports on a study which contrasts results obtained using semantic and syntactic units of analysis in a context of content analysis of an online asynchronous discussion. The paper... More

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