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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

2011 Volume 27, Number 5


Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Emphasising Assessment "as" Learning by Assessing Wiki Writing Assignments Collaboratively and Publicly Online

    Anne Davies, Kerry Pantzopoulos & Kathleen Gray

    The use of Web 2.0 communication practices in assessment may offer a new approach to assessment "as" learning, a goal for assessment that is more highly valued than assessment "of" and even "for"... More

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  2. Can Web 2.0 Technology Assist College Students in Learning English Writing?Integrating "Facebook" and Peer Assessment with Blended Learning

    Ru-Chu Shih

    The goal of this study was to investigate the effect of integrating "Facebook" and peer assessment with college English writing class instruction through a blended teaching approach. This blended... More

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  3. Finding the Discipline: Assessing Student Activity in "Second Life"

    Scott Grant & Rosemary Clerehan

    For the second-language learner, the affordances of a virtual world have the potential to confer benefits conventionally aligned with real world experiences. However, little is known about the... More

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