Australasian Journal of Educational Technology


Volume 26, Special Issue, Number 8, 2010

Open access web version articles for 26(8) were mounted on 16 April 2011 in PDF format only. AJET 26(8) is a Special Issue arising from an agreement between the Editors of Special Issue 18(3) for Research in Learning Technology (formerly ALT-J), Martin Hall, Mike Keppell (ascilite President) and John Bourne; the original publisher, Routledge in the Taylor & Francis Group; and three societies (the Association for Learning Technology, the Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education, and the Sloan Consortium) to have the Special Issue published also in AJET and in JALN (Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks). For page numbers and citation details, please select the [PDF T&F] links for viewing the definitive versions of each article. We acknowledge with appreciation the very kind initiative by Taylor & Francis that placed this issue of ALT-J, and all previous issues, into open access during April 2011. After April 2011, the links labelled '[PDF T&F]' will lead to full text only if the reader's library has an appropriate subscription.
Martin Hall, Mike Keppell and John Bourne Editorial 26(8): Learning technology and organisations: Transformational impact? [PDF local]
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Mike Keppell, Carolyn O'Dwyer, Betsy Lyon and Merilyn Childs Transforming distance education curricula through distributive leadership [PDF local]
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Stephen Marshall Change, technology and higher education: Are universities capable of organisational change? [PDF local]
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Claire de la Varre, Julie Keane and Matthew J. Irvin Enhancing online distance education in small rural US schools: A hybrid, learner-centred model [PDF local]
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Albert Sangrà and Mercedes González-Sanmamed The role of information and communication technologies in improving teaching and learning processes in primary and secondary schools [PDF local]
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Thomas D. Cochrane Beyond the Yellow Brick Road: mobile Web 2.0 informing a new institutional e-learning strategy [PDF local]
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Elisabeth Yaneske and Briony Oates Using Voice Boards: Pedagogical design, technological implementation, evaluation and reflections [PDF local]
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Maree Gosper, Margo McNeill, Rob Phillips, Greg Preston, Karen Woo and David Green Web-based lecture technologies and learning and teaching: A study of change in four Australian universities [PDF local]
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Volume 26, Number 7, 2010

Open access web version articles for 26(7) were mounted on 30 December 2010 in both HTML and PDF formats. Readers are invited to select file format, window width, font and font size, and adjust screen brightness, to suit their personal preferences for screen reading comfort. For environmental sustainability purposes, we endeavour to make screen only reading as attractive as we can.
Roger Atkinson and Catherine McLoughlin Editorial 26(7) [HTML]
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Tertiary sector
Bob Adamson Creating simulations for an "Introduction to Research Methods" course [HTML]
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917-931
Juliana Chau and Gary Cheng Towards understanding the potential of e-portfolios for independent learning: A qualitative study [HTML]
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932-950
Simon Hamm and Ian Robertson Preferences for deep-surface learning: A vocational education case study using a multimedia assessment activity [HTML]
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951-965
Keri Moore and Sumiko Iida Students' perception of supplementary, online activities for Japanese language learning: Groupwork, quiz and discussion tools [HTML]
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966-979
Philip M. Uys Implementing an open source learning management system: A critical analysis of change strategies [HTML]
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980-995
J. Ola Lindberg, Anders D. Olofsson and Ulf Stödberg Signs for learning to perform in a digital environment [HTML]
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996-1011
Andrea Hall and Jan Herrington The development of social presence in online Arabic learning communities [HTML]
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1012-1027
Karma Pearce and Sheila Scutter Podcasting of health sciences lectures: Benefits for students from a non-English speaking background [HTML]
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1028-1041
Schools sector
Frank Bate A bridge too far? Explaining beginning teachers' use of ICT in Australian schools [HTML]
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1042-1061
Janet Mei-Chuen Lin and Yi-Jiun Wu Netbooks in sixth-grade English language classrooms [HTML]
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1062-1074
Yuh Huann Tan and Seng-Chee Tan A metacognitive approach to enhancing Chinese language speaking skills with audioblogs [HTML]
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1075-1089
Wilfred Wing Fat Lau and Allan Hoi Kau Yuen Gender differences in learning styles: Nurturing a gender and style sensitive computer science classroom [HTML]
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1090-1103

Volume 26, Number 6, 2010

Open access web version articles for 26(6) were mounted on 26 October 2010 in both HTML and PDF formats.
Roger Atkinson and Catherine McLoughlin Editorial 26(6) [HTML]
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Greg Preston, Rob Phillips, Maree Gosper, Margot McNeill, Karen Woo and David Green Web-based lecture technologies: Highlighting the changing nature of teaching and learning [HTML]
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717-728
Joshua McCarthy Blended learning environments: Using social networking sites to enhance the first year experience [HTML]
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729-740
Shanti Divaharan and Lim Cher Ping Secondary school socio-cultural context influencing ICT integration: A case study approach [HTML]
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741-763
Khairil Imran Ghauth and Nor Aniza Abdullah Measuring learner's performance in e-learning recommender systems [HTML]
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764-774
Susan E. Lee and Kyra J. Woods Using contemporary topics and Internet resources to stimulate student-centred learning [HTML]
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775-790
Rolf K. Baltzersen Radical transparency: Open access as a key concept in wiki pedagogy [HTML]
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791-809
Alan Amory Learning to play games or playing games to learn? A health education case study with Soweto teenagers [HTML]
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810-829
Mei-jung Wang Online collaboration and offline interaction between students using asynchronous tools in blended learning [HTML]
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Debbi Weaver, Shane Viper, Jennifer Latter and P. Craig McIntosh Off campus students' experiences collaborating online, using wikis [HTML]
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847-860
Mark A. Conroy Internet tools for language learning: University students taking control of their writing [HTML]
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861-882
Ru-Chu Shih Blended learning using video-based blogs: Public speaking for English as a second language students [HTML]
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883-897
Shi-Jer Lou, Shi-Chiao Wu, Ru-Chu Shih and Kuo-Hung Tseng Adoption of blogging by a Chinese language composition class in a vocational high school in Taiwan [HTML]
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Volume 26, Number 5, 2010

Open access web version articles for 26(5) were mounted on 16 July 2010 in both HTML and PDF formats.
Roger Atkinson and Catherine McLoughlin Editorial 26(5) [HTML]
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Mick Grimley and Mary Allan Towards a pre-teen typology of digital media [HTML]
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Nathan Zoanetti Interactive computer based assessment tasks: How problem-solving process data can inform instruction [HTML]
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585-606
Kay Kimber and Claire Wyatt-Smith Secondary students' online use and creation of knowledge: Refocusing priorities for quality assessment and learning [HTML]
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607-625
Garry Falloon, Annick Janson and Robin Janson Learning objects and the development of students' key competencies: A New Zealand school experience [HTML]
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626-642
Ping Gao, Angela F. L. Wong, Doris Choy and Jing Wu Developing leadership potential for technology integration: Perspectives of three beginning teachers [HTML]
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643-658
Chen Fang Hao A comparative study of collaborative learning in Paper Scribbles and Group Scribbles [HTML]
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659-674
Günter Daniel Rey Instructional advice, time advice and learning questions in computer simulations [HTML]
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675-689
Andrew Hope Seductions of risk and school cyberspace [HTML]
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690-703
Annegret Goold, Jo Coldwell and Annemieke Craig An examination of the role of the e-tutor [HTML]
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704-716

Volume 26, Special Issue, Number 4, 2010

Open access web version articles for 26(4) were mounted on 18 June 2010 in both HTML and PDF formats.
Michael Thomas and Anthony Jones Editorial 26(4): Preface to the Special issue
Interactive whiteboards: An Australasian perspective
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Karen Murcia and Rachel Sheffield Talking about science in interactive whiteboard classrooms [HTML]
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417-431
Janet Yelas and Paul Engles PROJECT ACTIVate: Innovations from New Zealand [HTML]
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432-446
Chris Campbell and Peter Kent Using interactive whiteboards in pre-service teacher education: Examples from two Australian universities [HTML]
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Jane Mitchell, Jane Hunter and Nicole Mockler Connecting classrooms in rural communities through interactive whiteboards [HTML]
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464-476
Anthony Jones and John Vincent Collegial mentoring for effective whole school professional development in the use of IWB technologies [HTML]
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477-493
Maria Northcote, Paula Mildenhall, Linda Marshall and Paul Swan Interactive whiteboards: Interactive or just whiteboards? [HTML]
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494-510
Horng-Ji Lai Secondary school teachers' perceptions of interactive whiteboard training workshops: A case study from Taiwan [HTML]
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511-522
Phillip Dawson Networked interactive whiteboards: Rationale, affordances and new pedagogies for regional Australian higher education [HTML]
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523-533
Arthur Winzenried, Barney Dalgarno and Jacqueline Tinkler The interactive whiteboard: A transitional technology supporting diverse teaching practices [HTML]
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Shanti Divaharan and Joyce Hwee Ling Koh Learning as students to become better teachers: Pre-service teachers' IWB learning experience [HTML]
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553-570

Volume 26, Number 3, 2010

Open access web version articles for 26(3) were mounted on 16 May 2010 in both HTML and PDF formats.
Roger Atkinson and Catherine McLoughlin Editorial 26(3) [HTML]
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Pei-Shan Tsai, Chin-Chung Tsai and Gwo-Haur Hwang Elementary school students' attitudes and self-efficacy of using PDAs in a ubiquitous learning context [HTML]
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297-308
Leonel Morgado, Maria Cruz and Ken Kahn Preschool cookbook of computer programming topics [HTML]
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309-326
Quek Choon Lang Analysing high school students' participation and interaction in an asynchronous online project-based learning environment [HTML]
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327-340
Terry Judd, Gregor Kennedy and Simon Cropper Using wikis for collaborative learning: Assessing collaboration through contribution [HTML]
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341-354
Shuyan Melissa Tan, Richard K. Ladyshewsky and Peter Gardner Using blogging to promote clinical reasoning and metacognition in undergraduate physiotherapy fieldwork programs [HTML]
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355-368
Wendy Drexler The networked student model for construction of personal learning environments: Balancing teacher control and student autonomy [HTML]
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369-385
Lucy Taylor and Steve Clark Educational design of short, audio-only podcasts: The teacher and student experience [HTML]
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386-399
Thang Siew Ming, Puvaneswary Murugaiah, Lee Kean Wah, Hazita Azman, Tan Lay Yean and Lee Yit Sim Grappling with technology: A case of supporting Malaysian Smart School teachers' professional development [HTML]
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Volume 26, Number 2, 2010

Open access web version articles for 26(2) were mounted on 10 April 2010 in both HTML and PDF formats.
Roger Atkinson and Catherine McLoughlin Editorial 26(2) [HTML]
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Sharon Lauricella and Robin Kay Assessing laptop use in higher education classrooms: The Laptop Effectiveness Scale (LES) [HTML]
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Shek Kam Tse, Allan Hoi Kau Yuen, Elizabeth Ka Yee Loh, Joseph Wai Ip Lam and Rex Hung Wai Ng The impact of blogging on Hong Kong primary school students' bilingual reading literacy [HTML]
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164-179
Sheila Scutter, Ieva Stupans, Tim Sawyer and Sharron King How do students use podcasts to support learning? [HTML]
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180-191
Ebru Kiliç-Çakmak Learning strategies and motivational factors predicting information literacy self-efficacy of e-learners [HTML]
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192-208
Tríona Hourigan and Liam Murray Using blogs to help language students to develop reflective learning strategies: Towards a pedagogical framework [HTML]
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209-225
Terence M. Hancock Use of audience response systems for summative assessment in large classes [HTML]
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226-237
Helen E. Larkin "But they won't come to lectures... " The impact of audio recorded lectures on student experience and attendance [HTML]
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238-249
Hanna Vuojärvi, Hannakaisa Isomäki and Deirdre Hynes Domestication of a laptop on a wireless university campus: A case study [HTML]
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250-267
Tunku Badariah Tunku Ahmad, Kamal Basha Madarsha, Ahmad Marzuki Zainuddin, Nik Ahmad Hisham Ismail and Mohamad Sahari Nordin Faculty's acceptance of computer based technology: Cross-validation of an extended model [HTML]
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268-279
George Veletsianos and Aaron Doering Long-term student experiences in a hybrid, open-ended and problem based Adventure Learning program [HTML]
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280-296

Volume 26, Number 1, 2010

Open access web version articles for 26(1) were mounted on 7 March 2010 in both HTML and PDF formats.
Roger Atkinson and Catherine McLoughlin Editorial 26(1) [HTML]
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Thomas Cochrane and Roger Bateman Smartphones give you wings: Pedagogical affordances of mobile Web 2.0 [HTML]
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Gordon Joyes, Lisa Gray and Elizabeth Hartnell-Young Effective practice with e-portfolios: How can the UK experience inform implementation? [HTML]
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Catherine McLoughlin and Mark J.W. Lee Personalised and self regulated learning in the Web 2.0 era: International exemplars of innovative pedagogy using social software [HTML]
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28-43
Gayani Samarawickrema, Robyn Benson and Charlotte Brack Different spaces: Staff development for Web 2.0 [HTML]
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44-49
Jennie Swann A dialogic approach to online facilitation [HTML]
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50-62
Sharon Watson Increasing online interaction in a distance education MBA: Exploring students' attitudes towards change [HTML]
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63-84
Wajeeh Daher Building mathematical knowledge in an authentic mobile phone environment [HTML]
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85-104
Kathleen Gray, Celia Thompson, Judithe Sheard, Rosemary Clerehan and Margaret Hamilton Students as Web 2.0 authors: Implications for assessment design and conduct [HTML]
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105-122
Wing Sum Cheung and Khe Foon Hew Examining facilitators' habits of mind in an asynchronous online discussion environment: A two cases study [HTML]
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123-132
Klaus D. Stiller and Rosemarie Jedlicka A kind of expertise reversal effect: Personalisation effect can depend on domain-specific prior knowledge [HTML]
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133-149

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