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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

Jan 01, 1998 Volume 14, Number 2


Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Using interactive multimedia to improve operator training at Queensland Alumina Limited

    Sue Reilly

    Queensland Alumina Limited (QAL) and the Interactive Multimedia Unit (IMU) at Central Queensland University (CQU) have recently completed a joint project involving the design, development and... More

    pp. 75-87

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  2. Challenges of multisite video conferencing: The development of an alternative teaching/learning model

    Trish Klease

    The current trend of globalisation is one that is having a marked impact on society and the area of education in particular is feeling the impact. The dramatic changes that are taking place as a... More

    pp. 88-97

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  3. A socio-cognitive framework for researching learning with IMM

    Tony Fetherston

    Interactive Multimedia (IMM), with its rich blend of graphics, sound and movies, is often difficult to conceptualise by researchers. In order to study IMM either in its own right or to examine... More

    pp. 98-106

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  4. Quality evaluation of educational multimedia systems

    Binh Pham

    Much effort has been spent on developing and producing multimedia systems, with insufficient attention to ensure their quality This paper discusses different aspects of quality evaluation of... More

    pp. 107-121

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  5. Web-based conferencing: Pedagogical asset or constraint?

    Gerry Schuck

    Educators are increasingly engaging in innovative practices which use the World Wide Web as a pedagogical tool. One aspect of Web usage which shows promise of enhancing learning is that of Web... More

    pp. 122-140

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