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Association for Learning Technology Journal

March 2007 Volume 15, Number 1

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Number of articles: 6

  1. The Use of Electronic Voting Systems in Lectures within Business and Marketing: A Case Study of Their Impact on Student Learning

    George Masikunas, Andreas Panayiotidis & Linda Burke

    This article presents a case study of the impact on student learning of introducing an electronic voting system (EVS) into large-group lectures for first-year undergraduate students undertaking... More

    pp. 3-20

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  2. Beyond Model Answers: Learners' Perceptions of Self-Assessment Materials in E-Learning Applications

    Karen Handley & Benita Cox

    The importance of feedback as an aid to self-assessment is widely acknowledged. A common form of feedback that is used widely in e-learning is the use of model answers. However, model answers are... More

    pp. 21-36

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  3. Challenging the Five-Stage Model for E-Learning: A New Approach

    Pam Moule

    The five-stage approach to e-moderating has provided a coherent model upon which to base online learning design in higher education. However, despite its growing popularity, there are concerns that... More

    pp. 37-50

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  4. An Information and Communications Technology (ICT)-Enabled Method for Collecting and Collating Information about Pre-Service Teachers' Pedagogical Beliefs regarding the Integration of ICT

    Michael Vallance

    This paper describes a method that utilized technology to collect and collate quantitative and qualitative data about pre-service teachers' use of networked technologies during a 12-week... More

    pp. 51-65

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  5. Attitudes to the Rights and Rewards for Author Contributions to Repositories for Teaching and Learning

    Melanie Bates, Steve Loddington, Sue Manuel & Charles Oppenheim

    In the United Kingdom over the past few years there has been a dramatic growth of national and regional repositories to collect and disseminate resources related to teaching and learning. Most... More

    pp. 67-82

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  6. The University Student Experience of Face-to-Face and Online Discussions: Coherence, Reflection and Meaning

    Robert A. Ellis, Peter Goodyear, Agi O'Hara & Michael Prosser

    This paper reports on an investigation into learning through discussions by undergraduate social work students. Second-year students studying psychology for social work experienced discussions... More

    pp. 83-97

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