Australasian Journal of Educational Technology


Volume 25, Number 1, 2009

Open access web version articles for 25(1) were mounted on 19 February 2009 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 25(1) [HTML]
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iii-vii
Amanda Davies and Barney Dalgarno Learning fire investigation the clean way: The virtual experience [HTML]
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1-13
John Hannon Breaking down online teaching: Innovation and resistance [HTML]
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14-29
Paul Lam, Shun Leung Lam, John Lam and Carmel McNaught Usability and usefulness of eBooks on PPCs: How students' opinions vary over time [HTML]
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30-44
Geraldine Lefoe, Robyn Philip, Meg O'Reilly and Dominique Parrish Sharing quality resources for teaching and learning: A peer review model for the ALTC Exchange in Australia [HTML]
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45-59
Denise Wood and Martin Friedel Peer review of learning and teaching: Harnessing collective intelligence to address emerging challenges [HTML]
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60-79
Barry Ip, Martin Capey, Andrew Baker and John Carroll Evaluating coursework in computer games degrees: Students and assessors as virtual characters [HTML]
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80-100
Hyo-Jeong So and Bosung Kim Learning about problem based learning: Student teachers integrating technology, pedagogy and content knowledge [HTML]
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101-116
Dawn Birch and Bruce Burnett Bringing academics on board: Encouraging institution-wide diffusion of e-learning environments [HTML]
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117-134

Volume 25, Number 2, 2009

Open access web version articles for 25(2) were mounted on 13 May 2009 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 25(2): Announcing AJET's new Editorial Board [HTML]
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iii-vi
Alison Ruth and Luke Houghton The wiki way of learning [HTML]
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135-152
Wing Sum Cheung and Khe Foon Hew A review of research methodologies used in studies on mobile handheld devices in K-12 and higher education settings [HTML]
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153-183
Klaus D. Stiller, Annika Freitag, Peter Zinnbauer and Christian Freitag How pacing of multimedia instructions can influence modality effects: A case of superiority of visual texts [HTML]
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184-203
Gary Cheng Using game making pedagogy to facilitate student learning of interactive multimedia [HTML]
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204-220
Helen Wozniak, Mary Jane Mahony, Tim Lever and Jenny Pizzica Stepping through the orientation looking glass: A staged approach for postgraduate students [HTML]
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221-234
Robin H. Kay and Ann LeSage A strategic assessment of audience response systems used in higher education [HTML]
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235-249
Laurel Evelyn Dyson, Andrew Litchfield, Elaine Lawrence, Ryszard Raban and Peter Leijdekkers Advancing the m-learning research agenda for active, experiential learning: Four case studies [HTML]
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250-267
Sam Butchart, Daniella Forster, Ian Gold, John Bigelow, Kevin Korb, Graham Oppy and Alexandra Serrenti Improving critical thinking using web based argument mapping exercises with automated feedback [HTML]
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268-291
Stavroula Gkatzidou and Elaine Pearson The potential for adaptable accessible learning objects: A case study in accessible vodcasting [HTML]
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292-307

Volume 25, Number 3, 2009

Open access web version articles for 25(3) were mounted on 19 July 2009 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 25(3) [HTML]
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iii-x
Oliver McGarr A review of podcasting in higher education: Its influence on the traditional lecture [HTML]
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309-321
Miikka J. Eriksson, Hanna Vuojärvi and Heli Ruokamo Laptop computers and wireless university campus networks: Is flexibility and effectiveness improved? [HTML]
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322-335
Sharn Donnison Discourses in conflict: The relationship between Gen Y pre-service teachers, digital technologies and lifelong learning [HTML]
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336-350
Kathryn Holmes Planning to teach with digital tools: Introducing the interactive whiteboard to pre-service secondary mathematics teachers [HTML]
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351-365
Stuart Palmer and Dale Holt Staff and student perceptions of an online learning environment: Difference and development [HTML]
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366-381
David L. Neumann and Michelle Hood The effects of using a wiki on student engagement and learning of report writing skills in a university statistics course [HTML]
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382-398
Caroline Steel Reconciling university teacher beliefs to create learning designs for LMS environments [HTML]
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399-420
Brett Williams Do undergraduate paramedic students embrace case based learning using a blended teaching approach? A 3-year review [HTML]
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421-439
Hyo-Jeong So, Hans Lossman, Wei-Ying Lim and Michael J. Jacobson Designing an online video based platform for teacher learning in Singapore [HTML]
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440-457

Volume 25, Number 4, 2009

Open access web version articles for 25(4) were mounted on 16 September 2009 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 25(4) [HTML]
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iii-viii
Michael Schlotter Development of course material in a multi-author environment [HTML]
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459-470
Renée Crawford Secondary school music education: A case study in adapting to ICT resource limitations [HTML]
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471-488
Mike Levy and Kay Kimber Developing an approach for comparing students' multimodal text creations: A case study [HTML]
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489-508
Andrew Fluck, Darren Pullen and Colleen Harper Case study of a computer based examination system [HTML]
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509-523
Ted Brown, Maryam Zoghi, Brett Williams, Shapour Jaberzadeh, Louis Roller, Claire Palermo, Lisa McKenna, Caroline Wright, Marilyn Baird, Michal Schneider-Kolsky, Lesley Hewitt, Jenny Sim and Tangerine-Ann Holt Are learning style preferences of health science students predictive of their attitudes towards e-learning? [HTML]
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524-543
Siu Cheung Kong, Ronnie Shroff and Hing Keung Hung A web enabled video system for self reflection by student teachers using a guiding framework [HTML]
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544-558
Zehra Ozcinar The topic of instructional design in research journals: A citation analysis for the years 1980-2008 [HTML]
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559-580
Brian R. von Konsky, Jim Ivins and Susan J. Gribble Lecture attendance and web based lecture technologies: A comparison of student perceptions and usage patterns [HTML]
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581-595

Volume 25, Number 5, 2009

Open access web version articles for 25(5) were mounted on 11 November 2009 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 25(5) [HTML]
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iii-vi
Elizabeth Murphy and Maria A. Rodriguez-Manzanares Learner centredness in high school distance learning: Teachers' perspectives and research validated principles [HTML]
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597-610
Mei-jung Wang Web based projects enhancing English language and generic skills development for Asian hospitality industry students [HTML]
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611-626
Gerry Swan Examining barriers in faculty adoption of an e-portfolio system [HTML]
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627-644
Vida Zorko Factors affecting the way students collaborate in a wiki for English language learning [HTML]
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645-665
Chris Klisc, Tanya McGill and Valerie Hobbs The effect of assessment on the outcomes of asynchronous online discussion as perceived by instructors [HTML]
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666-682
Robyn Philip and Jennifer Nicholls Group blogs: Documenting collaborative drama processes [HTML]
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683-699
Amani Bell and Gayle Morris Engaging professional learning in online environments [HTML]
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700-713
Ping Gao, Doris Choy, Angela F. L. Wong, and Jing Wu Developing a better understanding of technology based pedagogy [HTML]
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714-730
Jenelle Ouimette, Daniel W. Surry, Adrian Grubb and David A. Hall Essential books in the field of instructional design and technology [HTML]
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731-747
Justin C. W. Debuse, Andrew Hede and Meredith Lawley Learning efficacy of simultaneous audio and on-screen text in online lectures [HTML]
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748-762
Gráinne Conole and Juliette Culver Cloudworks: Social networking for learning design [HTML]
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763-782

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