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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

2014 Volume 30, Number 3

Editors

Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 7

  1. Patterns and Principles for Blended Synchronous Learning: Engaging Remote and Face-to-Face Learners in Rich-Media Real-Time Collaborative Activities

    Matt Bower, Jacqueline Kenney, Barney Dalgarno, Mark J. W. Lee & Gregor E. Kennedy

    Blended synchronous learning involves using rich-media technologies to enable remote and face-to-face students to jointly participate in the same live classes. This article presents blended... More

    pp. 261-272

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  2. Quality Experiences of Inquiry in Blended Contexts--University Student Approaches to Inquiry, Technologies, and Conceptions of Learning

    Robert A. Ellis

    Evaluating the quality of inquiry using technology in blended contexts at university is a complex phenomenon as there are many variables which could account for qualitative variation in the... More

    pp. 273-283

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  3. The Changing Landscape of ePortfolios: A Case Study in One Australian University

    Urszula Coffey & Kevin Ashford-Rowe

    The potential of ePortfolios for both students and staff has generated considerable interest and investment by universities over the past ten years or so within Australia. Despite funded projects, ... More

    pp. 284-294

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  4. An Empirical Study of Lecturers' Appropriation of Social Technologies for Higher Education

    Suraya Hamid, Jenny Waycott, Sherah Kurnia & Shanton Chang

    The use of Online Social Networking (OSN) educational activities has become commonplace in today's higher education. OSN enables lecturers and students to generate and share content, interact,... More

    pp. 295-311

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  5. Learning with and from Facebook: Uncovering Power Asymmetries in Educational Interactions

    Patient Rambe & Dick Ng'ambi

    Although social networking sites (SNS) are increasingly popular among students, their academic application is unfolding on trial basis and best practices for integration into mainstream teaching... More

    pp. 312-325

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  6. An Adaptive Scaffolding E-Learning System for Middle School Students' Physics Learning

    Ching-Huei Chen

    This study presents a framework that utilizes cognitive and motivational aspects of learning to design an adaptive scaffolding e-learning system. It addresses scaffolding processes and conditions... More

    pp. 342-355

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  7. Collab-Analyzer: An Environment for Conducting Web-Based Collaborative Learning Activities and Analyzing Students' Information-Searching Behaviors

    Chih-Hsiang Wu, Gwo-Jen Hwang & Fan-Ray Kuo

    Researchers have found that students might get lost or feel frustrated while searching for information on the Internet to deal with complex problems without real-time guidance or supports. To... More

    pp. 356-374

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