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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

Jan 01, 2010 Volume 26, Number 2

Editors

Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

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Number of articles: 11

  1. The impact of blogging on Hong Kong primary school students' bilingual reading literacy

    Shek Tse, Allan Yuen, Elizabeth Loh, Joseph Lam, Rex Ng & Rex Ng

    This study looked at the types of blog consulted by 1,298 Primary 4 students in Hong Kong and whether such consultation influenced performance on standardised tests of Chinese and English reading... More

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  2. How do students use podcasts to support learning?

    Sheila Scutter, Ieva Stupans, Tim Sawyer, Sharron King & Sharron King

    Podcasting is used commonly recreationally and is now increasingly used in education. The technology for podcasting is readily available, easy to use and inexpensive, making it an attractive option... More

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  3. Learning strategies and motivational factors predicting information literacy self-efficacy of e-learners

    Ebru Kiliç-Çakmak, Ebru Kili, #231;- & #199;akmak

    Rapid increase in information sources in different formats, developments in technology and need for lifelong learning have drawn increased attention to needs for information literacy. Although... More

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  4. Using blogs to help language students to develop reflective learning strategies: Towards a pedagogical framework

    Tríona Hourigan, Liam Murray, #237;ona Hourigan & Liam Murray

    Due to the social changes brought about in no small part by Web 2.0 tools, the potential impact of the blog writing phenomenon upon teaching and learning contexts reveals an important area for... More

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  5. Use of audience response systems for summative assessment in large classes

    Terence Hancock & Terence Hancock

    The audience response system - technology that allows immediate compilation and display of a group's multiple choice input - is being shown effective in the classroom both in engaging students and ... More

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  6. Domestication of a laptop on a wireless university campus: A case study

    Hanna Vuojärvi, Hannakaisa Isomäki, Deirdre Hynes, Hannakaisa Isom, #228;ki & Deirdre Hynes

    This study reports how university students domesticate their personal laptops at the beginning of studies on a wireless campus. The aim was to examine how students integrate the laptop into their... More

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  7. Faculty's acceptance of computer based technology: Cross-validation of an extended model

    Tunku Ahmad, Kamal Madarsha, Ahmad Zainuddin, Nik Ismail, Mohamad Nordin & Mohamad Nordin

    The first aim of the present study is to validate an extended technology acceptance model (TAME) on the data derived from the faculty members of a university in an ongoing, computer mediated work... More

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  8. Long-term student experiences in a hybrid, open-ended and problem based Adventure Learning program

    George Veletsianos, Aaron Doering & Aaron Doering

    In this paper we investigate the experiences of elementary school children over a two-year period during which they engaged with a hybrid Adventure Learning program. In addition to delineating... More

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  9. "But they won't come to lectures ..." The impact of audio recorded lectures on student experience and attendance

    Helen Larkin, Deakin University

    The move to increasingly flexible platforms for student learning and experience through provision of online lecture recordings is often interpreted by educators as students viewing attendance at... More

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  10. Assessing laptop use in higher education classrooms: The Laptop Effectiveness Scale (LES)

    Sharon Lauricella & Robin Kay, University of Ontario Institute of Technology

    Considerable research has been conducted examining the use of laptops in higher education, however, a reliable and valid scale to assess in-class use of laptops has yet to be developed. The purpose... More

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  11. "But they won't come to lectures... " The impact of audio recorded lectures on student experience and attendance

    Helen Larkin, Deakin University, Australia

    The move to increasingly flexible platforms for student learning and experience through provision of online lecture recordings is often interpreted by educators as students viewing attendance at... More

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