Australasian Journal of Educational Technology


Volume 24, Number 1, 2008

Open access web version articles for 24(1), AJET's first online only issue, were mounted on 16 January 2008. Commencing with 24(1), articles are available in both HTML and PDF formats. For the HTML format, readers are invited to select window width, font and font size to suit their personal preferences for screen reading comfort. The PDF format provides B5 pages with printing area 201 x 136 mm (excluding header and footer).
Roger Atkinson and Catherine McLoughlin Editorial 24(1): The decision to retire AJET's printed version [HTML]
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iii-viii
Renata Phelps and Carrie Maddison ICT in the secondary visual arts classroom: A study of teachers' values, attitudes and beliefs [HTML]
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1-14
John Hannon Doing staff development: Practices, dilemmas and technologies [HTML]
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15-29
Debbi Weaver, Christine Spratt and Chenicheri Sid Nair Academic and student use of a learning management system: Implications for quality [HTML]
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30-41
Berit Östlund Prerequisites for interactive learning in distance education: Perspectives from Swedish students [HTML]
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42-56
Mary Thorpe Effective online interaction: Mapping course design to bridge from research to practice [HTML]
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57-72
Winnie Wing-mui So, Vincent Hing-keung Hung and Walker Yee-wing Yip The digital video database: A virtual learning community for teacher education [HTML]
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73-90
Hong Kian-Sam and Julia Ai Cheng Lee Postgraduate students' knowledge construction during asynchronous computer conferences in a blended learning environment: A Malaysian experience [HTML]
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91-107
Gregor E. Kennedy, Terry S. Judd, Anna Churchward, Kathleen Gray and Kerri-Lee Krause First year students' experiences with technology: Are they really digital natives? [HTML]
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108-122

Volume 24, Number 2, 2008

Open access web version articles for 24(2), AJET's second online only issue, were mounted on 22 February 2008. Commencing with 24(1), articles are available in both HTML and PDF formats. For the HTML format, readers are invited to select window width, font and font size to suit their personal preferences for screen reading comfort. The PDF format provides B5 pages with printing area 201 x 136 mm (excluding header and footer).
Roger Atkinson and Catherine McLoughlin Editorial 24(2) [HTML]
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iii-x
Brett Farmer, Audrey Yue and Claire Brooks Using blogging for higher order learning in large cohort university teaching: A case study [HTML]
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123-136
Kristine Elliott and Kevin Sweeney Quantifying the reuse of learning objects [HTML]
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137-142
Rosemary Thomson and Gail Wilson Promoting staff learning about assessment through digital representations of practice: Evaluating a pilot project [HTML]
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143-149
Getnet Demissie Bitew Using "plasma TV" broadcasts in Ethiopian secondary schools: A brief survey [HTML]
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150-167
Sugata Mitra, Ritu Dangwal and Leher Thadani Effects of remoteness on the quality of education: A case study from North Indian schools [HTML]
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168-180
Eddy K. M. Chong Harnessing distributed musical expertise through edublogging [HTML]
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181-194
Irina Elgort, Alastair G Smith and Janet Toland Is wiki an effective platform for group course work? [HTML]
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195-210
Derek A. Muller, Kester J. Lee and Manjula D. Sharma Coherence or interest: Which is most important in online multimedia learning? [HTML]
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211-221
Doug Atkinson and Sue Yeoh Student and staff perceptions of the effectiveness of plagiarism detection software [HTML]
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222-240

Volume 24, Number 3, 2008

Open access web version articles for 24(3), AJET's third online only issue, were mounted on 30 May 2008. Commencing with 24(1), articles are available in both HTML and PDF formats. For the HTML format, readers are invited to select window width, font and font size to suit their personal preferences for screen reading comfort. The PDF format provides B5 pages with printing area 201 x 136 mm (excluding header and footer).
Roger Atkinson and Catherine McLoughlin Editorial 24(3) [HTML]
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iii-viii
Richard K. Ladyshewsky and Peter Gardner Peer assisted learning and blogging: A strategy to promote reflective practice during clinical fieldwork [HTML]
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241-257
Tara Watson and Kerry Hempenstall Effects of a computer based beginning reading program on young children [HTML]
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258-274
Michael Vallance Beyond policy: Strategic actions to support ICT integration in Japanese schools [HTML]
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275-293
Mary Dracup Role play in blended learning: A case study exploring the impact of story and other elements [HTML]
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294-310
Angela Kit Fong Ma, John O'Toole and Michael Keppell An investigation of student teachers' attitudes to the use of media triggered problem based learning [HTML]
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311-325
Elena Verezub, Vittoria Grossi, Kerry Howard and Patricia Watkins Building e-based literacy for vocational education and training students [HTML]
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326-338
Ritu Dangwal and Preeti Kapur Children's learning processes using unsupervised "hole in the wall" computers in shared public spaces [HTML]
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339-354

Volume 24, Number 4, 2008

Open access web version articles for 24(4), AJET's fourth online only issue, were mounted on 17 August 2008. Commencing with 24(1), articles are available in both HTML and PDF formats. For the HTML format, readers are invited to select window width, font and font size to suit their personal preferences for screen reading comfort. The PDF format provides B5 pages with printing area 201 x 136 mm (excluding header and footer).
Roger Atkinson and Catherine McLoughlin Editorial 24(4) [HTML]
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iii-ix
Barry Ip, Gabriel Jacobs, Alan Watkins Gaming frequency and academic performance [HTML]
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355-373
Justin C. W. Debuse, Meredith Lawley and Rania Shibl Educators' perceptions of automated feedback systems [HTML]
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374-386
Joan M. Chambers, Mike Carbonaro and Hana Murray Developing conceptual understanding of mechanical advantage through the use of Lego robotic technology [HTML]
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387-401
Erkan Tekinarslan Blogs: A qualitative investigation into an instructor and undergraduate students' experiences [HTML]
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402-412
Timothy Teo Pre-service teachers' attitudes towards computer use: A Singapore survey [HTML]
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413-424
Ian Robertson Learners' attitudes to wiki technology in problem based, blended learning for vocational teacher education [HTML]
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425-441
Elizabeth Murphy and Maria A. Rodriguez-Manzanares Using activity theory and its principle of contradictions to guide research in educational technology [HTML]
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442-457
Yasemin Demiraslan and Yasemin Koçak Usluel ICT integration processes in Turkish schools: Using activity theory to study issues and contradictions [HTML]
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458-474

Volume 24, Number 5, 2008

Open access web version articles for 24(5), AJET's fifth online only issue, were mounted on 20 Nov 2008 for the PDF format and on 4 Jan 2009 for the HTML format. To facilitate and encourage screen reading of the HTML files, readers are invited to select window width, font and font size to suit their personal preferences. The PDF format provides B5 pages with printing area 201 x 136 mm (excluding header and footer).
Roger Atkinson and Catherine McLoughlin Editorial 24(5) [HTML]
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iii-iv
David E. Francis and Elizabeth Murphy Instructional designers' conceptualisations of learning objects [HTML]
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475-486
John Milne, Eva Heinrich and David Morrison Technological support for assignment assessment: A New Zealand higher education survey [HTML]
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487-504
David G. Barnes, Christopher J. Fluke, Nicholas T. Jones, Sarah T. Maddison, Virginia A. Kilborn and Matthew Bailes Swinburne Astronomy Online: Migrating from PowerPoint on CD to a Web 2.0 compliant delivery infrastructure [HTML]
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505-520
Tay Lee Yong and Lim Cher Ping Engaging academically at risk primary school students in an ICT mediated after school program [HTML]
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521-539
Tiong Meng Yeo and Choon Lang Quek Investigating design and technology students' participation and learning in a technology mediated learning environment [HTML]
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540-555
Chong Min Cheong and Wing Sum Cheung Online discussion and critical thinking skills: A case study in a Singapore secondary school [HTML]
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556-573
Robin H. Kay and Liesel Knaack A multi-component model for assessing learning objects: The learning object evaluation metric (LOEM) [HTML]
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574-591
Benson Soong Learning through computers: Uncovering students' thought processes while solving physics problems [HTML]
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592-610
David C Ensminger and Daniel W Surry Relative ranking of conditions that facilitate innovation implementation in the USA [HTML]
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611-626
Dorit Maor Changing relationship: Who is the learner and who is the teacher in the online educational landscape? [HTML]
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627-638
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