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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

2015 Volume 31, Number 1


Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

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Number of articles: 8

  1. The Effects of Face-to-Face and Computer-Mediated Peer Review on EFL Writers' Comments and Revisions

    Mei-ching Ho

    This study investigates the use of face-to-face and computer-mediated peer review in an English as a Foreign Language (EFL) writing course to examine how different interaction modes affect comment ... More

    pp. 1-15

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  2. Exploring Factors Affecting Students' Continued Wiki Use for Individual and Collaborative Learning: An Extended UTAUT Perspective

    Hsiu-Ping Yueh, Jo-Yi Huang & Chueh Chang

    The purpose of this study was to investigate what factors affect students' adaptation and continued use of a Wiki system for collaborative writing tasks through an extension of the Unified Theory... More

    pp. 16-31

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  3. Learning Styles and Perceptions of Student Teachers of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning Strategy Using Wikis

    Kai Ming Li

    This paper reports the results of an attempt to integrate a collaborative technology, Wiki, into learning within a course in a teacher education programme based on social constructivist learning... More

    pp. 32-50

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  4. Video-Based Feedback on Student Assessment: Scarily Personal

    Michael Henderson & Michael Phillips

    Assessment feedback is an important part of students' learning experiences; however, text-based feedback has limitations. This article proposes an alternative in the form of individualised video... More

    pp. 51-66

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  5. Learning in the "Café": Pilot Testing the Collaborative Application for Education in Facebook

    Josh McCarthy

    This paper reports on a pilot study using the "Café," the collaborative application for education as an online learning environment within the Facebook framework, for first-year tertiary ... More

    pp. 67-85

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  6. Influences That Undermine Learners' Perceptions of Autonomy, Competence and Relatedness in an Online Context

    Maggie Hartnett

    Online learning has grown considerably in recent years. However attrition rates from online courses indicate that not all learners are successful in such settings, and various factors have been... More

    pp. 86-99

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  7. Research on SNS and Education: The State of the Art and Its Challenges

    Carlos Rodríguez-Hoyos, Ignacio Haya Salmón & Elia Fernández-Díaz

    This paper presents, for further discussion, a review of the scientific literature produced internationally on the use of Social Network Sites (SNS) in different levels of education and settings. A... More

    pp. 100-111

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  8. How Do Virtual World Experiences Bring about Learning? A Critical Review of Theories

    Swee-Kin Loke

    While students do learn real-world knowledge and skills in virtual worlds, educators have yet to adequately theorise how students' virtual world experiences bring about this learning. This paper... More

    pp. 112-122

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