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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

Jan 01, 2002 Volume 18, Number 1

Editors

Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 9

  1. Recommendations for teaching in a distributed learning environment: The students’ perspective

    Geraldine Lefoe, University of Wollongong; Cathy Gunn, University of Auckland; John Hedberg, University of Wollongong

    The University of Wollongong opened a new campus and two new access centres on the south coast of NSW, Australia, in 2000. The combination of distance with limited funding, after seed funding was... More

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  2. Designing real life cases to support authentic design activities

    Sue Bennett, Barry Harper & John Hedberg

    Teachers in a range of disciplines are interested in engaging their students in authentic activities that reflect the experiences of real world practitioners. Adopting this approach requires the... More

    pp. 1-12

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  3. Electronically enhanced classroom interaction

    Stephen Draper, Julie Cargill & Quintin Cutts

    A design rationale for introducing electronic equipment for student interaction in lecture theatres is presented, linking the instructional design to theory. The effectiveness of the equipment for... More

    pp. 13-23

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  4. My.monash: Supporting students and staff in teaching, learning and administration

    David Kennedy, Len Webster, Robyn Benson, Di James & Nathan Bailey

    The my.monash Portal (Portal) provides a virtual gateway to support student centred flexible learning by coordinating many of the university's key resources to meet the needs of students and staff... More

    pp. 24-39

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  5. Recommendations for teaching in a distributed learning environment: The students' perspective

    Geraldine Lefoe, Cathy Gunn & John Hedberg

    The University of Wollongong opened a new campus and two new access centres on the south coast of NSW, Australia, in 2000. The combination of distance with limited funding, after seed funding was ... More

    pp. 40-56

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  6. Interaction online: Above and beyond requirements of assessment

    Meg O'Reilly & Diane Newton

    Today's literature is filled with new paradigms for learning, specifically in relation to the increasing adoption of computer mediated techniques for interactive learning. In many cases, learning ... More

    pp. 57-70

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  7. Towards a new generation of simulation models in public health education

    Deon Canyon & David Podger

    This article sets the scene for the development of an educational simulation software package based on multimedia, decision support systems, risk estimates, project outcomes and evaluation. It... More

    pp. 71-88

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  8. Constructivist approaches to authoring

    John Hedberg & Barry Harper

    This paper discusses the thinking behind MediaPlant, an authoring tool which has been designed to embody several constructivist ideas in its development. It begins with some comparisons... More

    pp. 89-109

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  9. WebCT and online tutorials: New possibilities for student interaction

    Jennifer Curtin

    Computer mediated communications technologies are being recommended increasingly within the university environment as a means to enhance flexible delivery and student learning. This paper presents... More

    pp. 110-126

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