Australasian Journal of Educational Technology


Volume 20, Number 1, Autumn 2004

Volume 20 is the first volume to carry AJET's new title containing Australasian. Distribution of AJET 20(1) print version commenced on 22 April 2004. Web version articles mounted for 20(1) on 3 April 2004 (other than the Editorial) were under restricted access (except for members of ASET, ASCILITE and ISPI Vic, and subscribing libraries) until 7 July 2004.
Roger Atkinson and Catherine McLoughlin Editorial 20(1) iii-viii
Barney Dalgarno and Barry Harper User control and task authenticity for spatial learning in 3D environments 1-17
Gregor E. Kennedy and Terry S. Judd Making sense of audit trail data 18-32
Gail Wilson and Elizabeth Stacey Online interaction impacts on learning: Teaching the teachers to teach online 33-48
Renata Phelps, Anne Graham and Berenice Kerr Teachers and ICT: Exploring a metacognitive approach to professional development 49 -68
Richard A. Schwier, Katy Campbell and Richard Kenny Instructional designers' observations about identity, communities of practice and change agency 69-100
Reesa Sorin Webfolio: An online learning community to help link university studies and classroom practice in preservice teacher education 101-113
Susan Shannon and Loene Doube Valuing and using web supported teaching: A staff development role in closing the gaps 114-136

Volume 20, Number 2, Winter 2004

Volume 20 is the first volume to carry AJET's new title containing Australasian. Distribution of AJET 20(2) print version commenced on 9 August 2004. Web version articles mounted for 20(2) on 16 July 2004 (other than the Editorial) were under restricted access (except for members of ASET, ASCILITE and ISPI Vic, and subscribing libraries) until 12 October 2004.
Roger Atkinson Editorial: AJET Author Survey iii-viii
Emery J. Hyslop-Margison Technology, human agency and Dewey's constructivism: Opening democratic spaces in virtual classrooms 137-148
Alan Bain Secondary school reform and technology planning: Lessons learned from a ten year school reform initiative 149-170
Mai Neo Cooperative learning on the web: A group based, student centred learning experience in the Malaysian classroom 171-190
Shirley Agostinho, Sue Bennett, Lori Lockyer and Barry Harper Developing a learning object metadata application profile based on LOM suitable for the Australian higher education context 191-208
Paul Blayney and Mark Freeman Automated formative feedback and summative assessment using individualised spreadsheet assignments 209-231
Jeremy B Williams and Joanne Jacobs Exploring the use of blogs as learning spaces in the higher education sector 232-247
Luca Botturi Visualising learning goals with the Quail Model 248-273

Volume 20, Number 3, Spring 2004

Volume 20 is the first volume to carry AJET's new title containing Australasian. Distribution of AJET 20(3) print version commenced on 1 November 2004. Web version articles mounted for 20(3) on 12 October 2004 (other than the Editorial) were under restricted access (except for members of ASET, ASCILITE and ISPI Vic, and subscribing libraries) until 11 January 2005.
Roger Atkinson and Catherine McLoughlin Editorial 20(3) iii-viii
Chuda Basnet and John L. Scott A spreadsheet based simulator for experiential learning in production management 275-294
Elizabeth Murphy An instrument to support thinking critically about critical thinking in online asynchronous discussions 295-315
Rick Ladyshewsky E-learning compared with face to face: Differences in the academic achievement of postgraduate business students 316-336
Parimala Inamdar Computer skills development by children using 'hole in the wall' facilities in rural India 337-350
Margaret Robertson, Andrew Fluck, Ivan Webb and Barton Loechel Classroom computer climate, teacher reflections and 're-envisioning' pedagogy in Australian schools 351-370
Pannee Suanpang, Peter Petocz and Anna Reid Relationship between learning outcomes and online accesses 371-387
John Kenny A study of educational technology project management in Australian universities 388-404

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