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Annual Meeting of the Australian Teacher Education Association 1994 (Jul 04, 1994)
This paper discusses the consequences of open learning for professional development of Australian teachers, highlighting the negative consequences of having an instrumental view of open learning predicated on forms of electronic information...
The Role of Course Development and Design in an Itinerant Schooling Program: The Perceptions of Staff Members of the School of Distance Education in Brisbane, Queensland
Joint Annual Conference of the International Council for Distance Education and the Annual Conference of the Distance Education Association of New Zealand 1994 (May 1994)
This paper examines the perceptions of teachers associated with the Brisbane School of Distance Education (Queensland, Australia), concerning their role in the establishment and implementation of a primary education program for children of the...
Marginalised Identities, Communications Technologies, and the Politics of Research: Issues in Interpreting the Educational Opportunities of the Children of the Showmen's Guild of Australasia
"Signs and Power: The Politics of Communication" Seminar 1993 (Sep 21, 1993)
This paper examines the link between language and power as it relates to program evaluation of the Brisbane School of Distance Education. This program was developed in 1989 to meet the educational needs of children who are part of the Showmen's...
Lessons from the Carnival: The Implications for Australian Teacher Education of a Distance Education Program Designed for the Children of the Showmen's Guild of Australasia
International Conference on Technology and Education (ICTE) 1993 (June 1993)
This paper examines implications for teacher education derived from the evaluation of a distance education program for the Showmen's Guild of Australasia. The program was established in 1989 to meet the educational needs of Guild members who travel...
Conceptualising Itinerancy: Lessons from an Educational Program Designed for the Children of the Showmen's Guild of Australasia
Annual Symposium of the Postgraduate Student Association 1993 (Aug 21, 1993)
This paper examines itinerancy, particularly educational itinerancy, and the appropriateness of various labels applied to the life style of members of the Showmen's Guild of Australasia. Guild members and their families travel from town to town...
Comparing Korean and Australian Open and Distance Higher Education: The Social Control Capital Continuum and Pendulum
Asia Pacific Education Review Vol. 1, No. 1 (2000) pp. 111–21
Uses meta-framework to compare the social-control and social-capital dimensions of Korean and Australian open and distance higher education. Examines historical backgrounds, student-lecturer interactions, organization, delivery methodology, support...
Exploring a Cross-Institutional Research Collaboration and Innovation: Deploying Social Software and Web 2.0 Technologies to Investigate Online Learning Designs and Interactions in Two Australian Universities
Journal of Learning Design Vol. 5, No. 2 (2012) pp. 1–11
One significant manifestation of the proposition of a "classroom without walls" is the online learning environments evident in most contemporary Australian universities. A key element of the effectiveness of those environments is the quality of the...
Reflections on Online Learning Designs and Cross-Institutional Research Collaborations: Revisiting "Classrooms without Walls" in Two Australian Universities
Journal of Learning Design Vol. 8, No. 3 pp. 78–91
The article on which this paper reflects ["Exploring a Cross-Institutional Research Collaboration and Innovation: Deploying Social Software and Web 2.0 Technologies to Investigate Online Learning Designs and Interactions in Two Australian...