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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

2012 Volume 28, Number 3


Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

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Number of articles: 3

  1. "Second Life" Machinima Enhancing the Learning of Law: Lessons from Successful Endeavours

    Des Butler

    A traditional approach centred on weekly lectures, perhaps supported by tutorials, still predominates in modern legal education in Australia. This approach tends to focus on the transmission of... More

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  2. Real Thinking with Virtual Hats: A Role-Playing Activity for Pre-Service Teachers in "Second Life"

    Sue Gregory & Yvonne Masters

    Role-plays in a virtual world hold tremendous potential for higher education because they allow synchronous, immersive participation by students located across the globe. They also have the added... More

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  3. On the MUVE or in Decline: Reflecting on the Sustainability of the Virtual Birth Centre Developed in "Second Life"

    Sarah Stewart & Deborah Davis

    Pressures in terms of the availability of quality, real-life clinical experiences for students have resulted in increased interest in the use of simulation in a variety of healthcare disciplines. "... More

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