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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

Jan 01, 2002 Volume 18, Number 2

Editors

Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

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Number of articles: 8

  1. An evaluation of tertiary language learning through student constructed multimedia: The Interactive Stories approach

    Michelle De Souza, Michael Fardon, Rob Phillips & Rob Phillips

    The Interactive Stories [IS] approach offers language students an alternative way to learn language skills, through authoring and producing their own ‘choose your own adventure’ stories using... More

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  2. Computer supported teamwork: An integrative approach to evaluating cooperative learning in an online environment

    Catherine McLoughlin & Catherine McLoughlin

    Existing teaching-learning arrangements in many online courses may not offer sufficient scope for off campus and on campus students to work collaboratively. Tasks that support collaboration online,... More

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  3. Learning human biology: Student views on the usefulness of IT materials in an integrated curriculum

    Mary Peat, Sue Franklin, Alison Lewis, Rod Sims & Rod Sims

    Given the significant investment by tertiary institutions in the design and creation of computer based teaching and learning resources, it is important to continually evaluate outcomes from their... More

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  4. Learning to evaluate – evaluating to learn

    Judith Lyons & John Milton, RMIT University

    This paper reports on the planning and implementation of an evaluation of the final prototype of a physical and computer based simulation in a postgraduate midwifery program. The evaluation... More

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  5. Iterative evaluation of Reflex Control of Blood Pressure

    Debbi Weaver, The University of Melbourne; Tony Gilding, James Cook University

    Academic teachers and designers of teaching materials are likely to need an iterative approach to evaluation where cycles of change, use, data collection and reflection will progressively improve... More

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  6. You can lead a student to water, but can you make them think? An evaluation of a situated learning environment: An Ocean in the Classroom

    Roisin O'Reilly

    A marine science virtual environment was developed as a CD-ROM to simulate marine sampling procedures for abundant and rare species. Students participated as scientists in the process by conducting... More

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  7. Understanding common interviewing pitfalls: An evaluation of Legal Interviewing Skills

    Kathy Lynch & Gregor Kennedy

    This paper reports on the evaluation of a computer facilitated learning (CFL) resource which allows law students to identify common pitfalls in clientlawyer interviews. Using an evaluation... More

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  8. Learning to evaluate - evaluating to learn

    Judith Lyons & John Milton

    This paper reports on the planning and implementation of an evaluation of the final prototype of a physical and computer based simulation in a postgraduate midwifery program. The evaluation... More

    pp. 187-207

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