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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

Jan 01, 2006 Volume 22, Number 2

Editors

Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

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Number of articles: 7

  1. Organisational and technological skills: The overlooked dimension of research training

    Renata Phelps, Kath Fisher, Allan Ellis & Allan Ellis

    Over the last three decades new technologies have emerged that have the capacity to considerably streamline the research and publication process and enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of... More

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  2. Adopting an electronic text book for a postgraduate accounting course: An experiential study

    Herbert Schoch, Hai Teoh, Margaret Kropman & Margaret Kropman

    Students are becoming accustomed to using the Internet as an information source that supplements or replaces the normal institutional and classroom handout. However, the use of full electronic... More

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  3. Spotlight on authentic learning: Student developed digital video projects

    Matthew Kearney, Sandy Schuck & Sandy Schuck

    The recent convergence of video and computer technologies presents new opportunities and challenges in education. Video production resources such as cameras and video editing software are now... More

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  4. The grammar of visual design

    Susan Roberts, Robyn Philip & Robyn Philip

    The ability to interpret information from any source, and increasingly visual sources, is a vital skill for all graduates in contemporary culture. The development of the skills to read visual texts... More

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  5. Prospective science teachers as e-learning designers

    Matthew Kearney & Matthew Kearney

    The study investigated the efficacy of prospective teachers authoring and using their own online learning designs as a means of creating links between theory classes and their teaching practicum.... More

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  6. Going online to learn health sciences research methods: The student experience

    Lynne Giddings, Shirley Campbell, Peter Maclaren & Peter Maclaren

    Health professionals are attracted to the flexibility of the virtual classroom for their on-going education. Recent studies have documented the differences in pedagogy between Internet based... More

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  7. A contextualised model of accessible e-learning practice in higher education institutions

    Jane Seale & Jane Seale

    In the accessible e-learning community there are very few original metaphors, theories and models that have been developed to try and describe, explain and develop 'best' practice. This paper will ... More

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