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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

2012 Volume 28, Number 7


Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

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Number of articles: 9

  1. Designing, Developing and Implementing a Software Tool for Scenario Based Learning

    Geoff Norton, Mathew Taylor, Terry Stewart, Greg Blackburn, Audrey Jinks, Bahareh Razdar, Paul Holmes & Enrique Marastoni

    The pedagogical value of problem-based and inquiry-based learning activities has led to increased use of this approach in many courses. While scenarios or case studies were initially presented to... More

    pp. 1083-1102

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  2. The Role of Theory in Learning Technology Evaluation Research

    Rob Phillips, Gregor Kennedy & Carmel McNaught

    This paper attempts a fundamental analysis of the nature of research into e-learning and the role that theory plays in this. We examine "research" in broad terms, and the nature of phenomena in... More

    pp. 1103-1118

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  3. Towards Motivation-Based Adaptation of Difficulty in E-Learning Programs

    Anke Endler, Gunter Daniel Rey & Martin V. Butz

    The objective of this study was to investigate if an e-learning environment may use measurements of the user's current motivation to adapt the level of task difficulty for more effective learning. ... More

    pp. 1119-1135

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  4. Self-Efficacy and ICT Integration into Initial Teacher Education in Saudi Arabia: Matching Policy with Practice

    Margaret Robertson & Abdulrahman Al-Zahrani

    Success factors for integration of ICTs in higher education teaching and learning reveal a complex mixture of old and new paradigms. A review of the relevant literature and findings from research... More

    pp. 1136-1151

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  5. Blended Learning and Curriculum Renewal across Three Medical Schools: The Rheumatology Module at the University of Otago

    Simon Stebbings, Nasser Bagheri, Kellie Perrie, Phil Blyth & Jenny McDonald

    In response to the challenges created by the implementation of a new medical school curriculum at the University of Otago in 2008, we aimed to develop a blended learning course for teaching... More

    pp. 1176-1189

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  6. Influence of Gender and Computer Teaching Efficacy on Computer Acceptance among Malaysian Student Teachers: An Extended Technology Acceptance Model

    Kung-Teck Wong, Timothy Teo & Sharon Russo

    The purpose of this study is to validate the technology acceptance model (TAM) in an educational context and explore the role of gender and computer teaching efficacy as external variables. From... More

    pp. 1190-1207

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  7. Beyond Lecture Capture: What Teaching Staff Want from Web-Based Lecture Technologies

    Lisa Germany

    For the past decade, the primary use of recordings in higher education has been to make live lectures available to students for review (lecture capture). However, with the rise of podcasting and... More

    pp. 1208-1220

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  8. Does the Use of Technology Make a Difference in the Geometric Cognitive Growth of Pre-Service Mathematics Teachers?

    Gerrit Stols

    This study investigated the geometric cognitive growth of pre-service mathematics teachers in terms of the Van Hiele levels in a technology-enriched environment, as opposed to that of students in a... More

    pp. 1233-1247

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  9. Pre-Service Physical Education Teachers' Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge, Technology Integration Self-Efficacy and Instructional Technology Outcome Expectations

    Kivanc Semiz & Mustafa Levent Ince

    The purposes of this study were to (1) identify the Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK), Technology Integration Self Efficacy (TISE) and Instructional Technology Outcome... More

    pp. 1248-1265

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