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Internet and Higher Education Vol. 6, No. 2 (2003) pp. 125–144
A multimethod exploration of undergraduates' high-speed Internet use in residence halls took a uses-and-gratifications approach (U & G) and revealed Internet use as integral to students' lives. Students' negative comments about Internet distractions ...
Canadian Journal of Science, Mathematics and Technology Education Vol. 13, No. 1 (2013) pp. 1–17
Research exists on the role of motivation in student learning, especially with subjects in the humanities and social sciences (e.g., Deci, Vallerand, Pelletier, & Ryan, 1991; Vallerand, Pelletier, Blais, Briere, Senecal, & Vallieres, 1992). This...
Sue Gregory; Lisa Jacka; Frederick Stokes-Thompson; Helen Farley; Sheila Scutter; Penelope Neuendorf; Shame Matthews; Jaime Garcia; Grant Meredith; Scott Grant; Angela Giovanangeli; Andrew Cram; Tracey Muir; Jenny Grenfell; Anthony Williams; Anglea McCarthy; Brent Gregory; Stefan Schutt; Denise Wood; Lindy Orwin; Ian Warren; Matt Bower; Des Butler; Jay Jay Jegathesan; Anton Bogdanovych
ASCILITE - Australian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education Annual Conference 2012 (November 2012)
Virtual worlds (VWs) continue to be used extensively in Australia and New Zea land higher education institutions although the tendency towards making unrealistic claims of efficacy and popularity appears to be over. Some educators at higher...
Australian higher education institutions transforming the future of teaching and learning through 3D virtual worlds
Sue Gregory; Brent Gregory; Matthew Campbell; Helen Farley; Suku Sinnappan; Shannon Kennedy-CLark; David Craven; Deborah Murdoch; Denise Wood; Jenny Grenfell; Angela Thomas; Carol Matthews; Kerrie Smith; Ian Warren; Heinz Dreher; Lindy McKeown; Allan Ellis ; Mathew Hillier; Steven Pace; Andrew Cram; Lyn Hay Charles; Scott Grant; Mark J.W. Lee
ASCILITE - Australian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education Annual Conference 2010 (2010) pp. 399–415
What are educators' motivations for using virtual worlds with their students? Are they using them to support the teaching of professions and if this is the case, do they introduce virtual worlds into the curriculum to develop and/or expand students' ...