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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

Nov 03, 2014 Volume 30, Number 5


Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

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Number of articles: 8

  1. Enhancing learning outcomes through new e-textbooks: A desirable combination of presentation methods and concept maps

    Kuo-Liang Huang, Kuo-Hsiang Chen & Chun-Heng Ho

    It is possible that e-textbook readers and tablet PC’s will become mainstream reading devices in the future. However, knowledge about instructional design in this field of learning sciences is... More

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  2. Facilitating learners’ web-based information problem-solving by query expansion-based concept mapping

    Yueh-Min Huang, Ming-Chi Liu, Nian-Shing Chen, Kinshuk . & Dunwei Wen

    Web-based information problem-solving has been recognised as a critical ability for learners. However, the development of students’ abilities in this area often faces several challenges, such as... More

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  3. Effects of using mobile devices on English listening diversity and speaking for EFL elementary students

    Wu-Yuin Hwang, Yueh-Min Huang, Rustam Shadiev, Sheng-Yi Wu & Shu-Lin Chen

    This study designed learning activities supported by a mobile learning system for students to develop listening and speaking skills in English as a foreign language (EFL). How students perceive... More

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  4. A change agent’s facilitation process for overcoming the barriers of ICT adoption for educational administration – The case of a rural-Bangladesh vocational institution

    Saifuddin Khalid & Tom Nyvang

    The factors influencing the use of information and communication technologies (ICT) as a professional and management tool outside the classroom have received little research attention. The two... More

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  5. An empirical examination of individual and system characteristics on enhancing e-learning acceptance

    Yi-Hsuan Lee, Chan Hsiao & Sutrisno Purnomo

    Due to the continued prevalence of e-learning underutilization in Indonesia’s higher education context, this study empirically examines individual and system characteristics believed to influence... More

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  6. Collaborative writing revision process among learners of English as a foreign language (EFL) in an online community of practice (CoP)

    Norizan Razak & Murad Saeed

    This qualitative study aimed to identify the revision strategies among learners of English as a foreign language (EFL). It also examined the focus of these strategies and learners’ participation... More

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  7. What counts as educational video?: Working toward best practice alignment between video production approaches and outcomes.

    Greg Winslett

    The twenty years since the first digital video camera was made commercially available has seen significant increases in the use of low-cost, amateur video productions for teaching and learning. In ... More

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  8. An interactive digital platform for preservice secondary English teachers’ reading: First iteration findings

    Judine Ladbrook

    Preservice teachers of secondary English need sustained and confident experiences of the pedagogical affordances of information and communication technologies (ICTs), to overcome the constraints... More

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