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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

Mar 21, 2019 Volume 35, Number 1

Editors

Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

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Number of articles: 12

  1. Stop! Grammar time: University students’ perceptions of the automated feedback program Grammarly

    Ruth ONeill & Alex Russell

    Universities are increasingly looking towards online technology to assist their students. Grammarly advertises itself as the world’s most accurate online grammar checker, yet little research exists... More

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  2. Create a fine blend: An examination of institutional transition to blended learning

    Kemran Mestan

    Higher education institutions across the globe are increasing the extent to which they teach in a blended mode. However, in the rush to transition to blended teaching, institutions often fail to... More

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  3. Older, online and first: Recommendations for retention and success

    Cathy Stone & Sarah O'Shea

    The university student population in Australia contains increasing numbers of older students returning to learning after a significant gap in their educational journey. Many are choosing to enrol... More

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  4. The effects of international email and Skype interactions on computer-mediated communication perceptions and attitudes and intercultural competence in Taiwanese students

    Shih-Yin Hsu & Robert Beasley

    Learners in an English as a foreign language (EFL) context seldom have the opportunity to interact with people from other cultures and experience intercultural communication in English to foster... More

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  5. User acceptance model of computer-based assessment: moderating effect and intention-behavior effect

    Jian-Wei Lin & Yung-Cheng Lai

    Computer-based assessment (CBA) is an important area of e-learning research. Most studies of CBA technology add new constructs to existing user acceptance models and rarely consider the moderating ... More

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  6. Saudi undergraduate students’ perceptions of the use of smartphone clicker apps on learning performance

    Abdualziz Aljaloud, Nicolas Gromik, Paul Kwan & William Billingsley

    This study aimed to investigate how the use of a smartphone clicker app by a group of 390 Saudi Arabian male undergraduate students would impact their learning performance while participating in a ... More

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  7. Mobile learning in pre-service teacher education: Examining the use of professional learning networks

    Matthew Kearney & Damian Maher

    Interest in how to use mobile devices to support teaching and learning has increased as technologies have become more sophisticated and ubiquitous. A recent focus in teacher education is the use of... More

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  8. Social networking sites and learning in international relations: The impact of platforms

    Josh Pallas, Joakim Eidenfalk & Susan Engel

    This article reports on a pilot undergraduate subject that incorporated a range of technology-enhanced learning approaches including online lectures, an online site for in and out of class... More

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  9. User acceptance in a computer-supported collaborative learning (CSCL) environment with social network awareness (SNA) support

    Jian-Wei Lin & Hao-Chiang Lin

    Although many e-learning studies have applied the unified theory of acceptance and usage of technology (UTAUT) to investigate user acceptance, their findings have been inconsistent. One of reasons ... More

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  10. Developing the rotational synchronous teaching (RST) model: Examination of the connected classroom climate

    Yanhong Lee, Harrison Yang, Jason MacLeod & Jinjun Dai

    The multiple synchronous smart classroom learning environment (MSSC) is an alternative educational context that describes several active learning classrooms, connected through synchronous... More

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  11. Systematic literature review on self-regulated learning in massive open online courses

    Daeyeoul Lee, Sunnie Watson & William Watson

    Despite arguments about the importance of self-regulated learning (SRL) in massive open online courses (MOOCs) (Terras & Ramsay, 2015), understanding of the topic is limited. This study offers a... More

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  12. Empowering academics to be adaptive with eLearning technologies: An exploratory case study

    Helen Flavell, Courtenay Harris, Connie Price, Emma Logan & Sunila Peterson

    This paper describes an exploratory case study investigating the capacity of a multidisciplinary approach to academic development, to empower adaptive responses to ongoing technological change... More

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