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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

Nov 19, 2015 Volume 31, Number 5


Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Conjecture mapping to optimize the design-based research process

    Helen Wozniak, Flinders University

    While educational design research promotes closer links between practice and theory, reporting its outcomes from iterations across multiple contexts is often constrained by the volumes of data... More

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  2. Professional development in higher education: Designing and evaluating an interactive teaching resource portal

    Jen Curwood, University of Sydney; Martin Tomitsch, Kate Thomson & Graham Hendry

    Previous research on professional development identified that face-to-face consultation is an effective approach to support academics’ learning from their Student Evaluation of Teaching (SET)... More

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  3. Re-designing university courses to support collaborative knowledge creation practices

    Minna Lakkala, Auli Toom, Liisa Ilomki & Hanni Muukkonen, University of Helsinki

    Higher education institutions should not only aim to educate academic experts who master their own fields, but also give their students generic skills important in the current society. New teaching... More

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  4. Exploring College Students’ Online Help-Seeking Behavior in a Flipped Classroom with a Web-Based Help-Seeking Tool

    Erkan Er, Theodore Kopcha & Michael Orey, The University of Georgia; Wendy Dustman, Georgia Gwinnett College

    Today’s generation often seeks help from each other in online environments; however, only a few investigated the role of Internet technologies and the nature of online help-seeking behavior in... More

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  5. R-NEST: Design-Based Research for Technology-Enhanced Reflective Practice in Initial Teacher Education

    Bonnie Thompson Long, School of Education, National University of Ireland, Galway; Tony Hall, School of Education National University of Ireland, Galway

    This paper reports research into developing digital storytelling (DST) to enhance reflection within a specific professional learning context – that of a programme of teacher education - while... More

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  6. In search of design principles for developing digital learning & performance support for a student design task

    Lars Bollen, Hans van der Meij & Henny Leemkuil, University of Twente Department of Instructional Technology; Susan McKenney, University of Twente Department of Instructional Technology Open University of the Netherlands Welten Institute

    A digital learning and performance support environment for university student design tasks was developed. This paper describes on the design rationale, process, and the usage results to arrive at a... More

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