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Education for Information

2013 Volume 29, Number 3

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Are We There Yet? eLearning in Library and Information Science Courses in Australia

    Barbara Combes & Mary Carroll

    Tertiary education in Australia has long been associated with the integration of developing technologies as a vehicle for distance education. As personal access to the Web has become more... More

    pp. 205-218

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  2. Individualised Marks for Group Work: Embedding an ePortfolio Criterion in a Criterion Referenced Assessment (CRA) Rubric for Group-Work Assessment

    Leonie Ellis & Jo-Anne Kelder

    Technology Enhanced Learning and Teaching (TELT) is a ubiquitous feature of the learning and teaching landscape at the University of Tasmania (UTAS), supported and guided by a university-wide TELT ... More

    pp. 219-227

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  3. A Review of Cloud Application Assessment Practices at the University of Ballarat

    Deirdre Wilmott & Ian Knox

    It has been suggested that traditional assessment practices in tertiary institutions tend not to equip students well for the processes of effective learning in a learning society [1]. This paper... More

    pp. 229-242

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