Australasian Journal of Educational Technology


Volume 27, Special Issue, Number 8, 2011

Open access web version articles for 27(8) were mounted on 23 December 2011 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.
Kian-Sam Hong and Kwok-Wing Lai Editorial 27(8): Preface to the Special issue
ICT for accessible, effective and efficient higher education: Experiences of Southeast Asia
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Kwok-Wing Lai Digital technology and the culture of teaching and learning in higher education [HTML]
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1263-1275
Kian-Sam Hong and Peter Songan ICT in the changing landscape of higher education in Southeast Asia [HTML]
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1276-1290
Kumar Laxman A study on the adoption of clickers in higher education [HTML]
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1291-1303
Shanti Divaharan, Wei-Ying Lim and Seng-Chee Tan Walk the talk: Immersing pre-service teachers in the learning of ICT tools for knowledge creation [HTML]
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1304-1318
Wing Sum Cheung and Khe Foon Hew Design and evaluation of two blended learning approaches: Lessons learned [HTML]
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1319-1337
Vasa Buraphadeja and Jirang Kumnuanta Enhancing the sense of community and learning experience using self-paced instruction and peer tutoring in a computer-laboratory course [HTML]
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1338-1355
Timothy Teo, Su Luan Wong, Thapanee Thammetar and Wisa Chattiwat Assessing e-learning acceptance by university students in Thailand [HTML]
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1356-1368
Rasimah Che Mohd Yusoff, Halimah Badioze Zaman and Azlina Ahmad Evaluation of user acceptance of mixed reality technology [HTML]
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1369-1387
Nantha Kumar Subramaniam and Maheswari Kandasamy The virtual classroom: A catalyst for institutional transformation [HTML]
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1388-1412
Long V Nguyen Learners' reflections on and perceptions of computer-mediated communication in a language classroom: A Vietnamese perspective [HTML]
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1413-1436
Michael W. Churton Transforming Vietnam's medical education through e-learning [HTML]
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1437-1454

Volume 27, Number 7, 2011

Open access web version articles for 27(7) were mounted on 27 November 2011 in both HTML and PDF formats.
Roger Atkinson and Catherine McLoughlin Editorial 27(7): AJET report to ascilite AGM 2011 [HTML]
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Susanne Owen, Greg Ryan, Jim Woulfe, Leigh McKauge and Ieva Stupans Collaborative development of an online pharmacy experiential learning database [HTML]
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1069-1081
Ruey S. Shieh, Wheijen Chang and Eric Zhi-Feng Liu Technology enabled active learning (TEAL) in introductory physics: Impact on genders and achievement levels [HTML]
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1082-1099
Rosario Ferrer-Cascales, Scott L. Walker, Abilio Reig-Ferrer, María Dolores Fernández-Pascual and Natalia Albaladejo-Blázquez Evaluation of hybrid and distance education learning environments in Spain [HTML]
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1100-1110
Alan Lawler LMS transitioning to Moodle: A surprising case of successful, emergent change management [HTML]
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1111-1123
Zeynep Kocoglu, Yesim Ozek and Yesim Kesli Blended learning: Investigating its potential in an English language teacher training program [HTML]
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1124-1134
Steven Burrows and Mark Shortis An evaluation of semi-automated, collaborative marking and feedback systems: Academic staff perspectives [HTML]
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1135-1154
Yavuz Akbulut and Bahadir Eristi Cyberbullying and victimisation among Turkish university students [HTML]
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1155-1170
Shu-Chiao Tsai Multimedia courseware development for World Heritage sites and its trial integration into instruction in higher technical education [HTML]
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1171-1189
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André du Plessis and Paul Webb An extended Cyberhunts strategy: Learner centred learning-by-design [HTML]
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Lung-Hsiang Wong, Wenli Chen, Ching-Sing Chai, Chee-Kuen Chin and Ping Gao A blended collaborative writing approach for Chinese L2 primary school students [HTML]
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Candace Figg and Kamini Jaipal Jamani Exploring teacher knowledge and actions supporting technology-enhanced teaching in elementary schools: Two approaches by pre-service teachers [HTML]
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Kathy Jordan Do beginning teachers know how to participate and interact in online discussion? Outcomes from a Victorian case study [HTML]
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1247-1262

Volume 27, Number 6, 2011

Open access web version articles for 27(6) were mounted on 29 September 2011 in both HTML and PDF formats.
Roger Atkinson and Catherine McLoughlin Editorial 27(6): ascilite's Executive Committee initiates its review of AJET [HTML]
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Julie Willems Using learning styles data to inform e-learning design: A study comparing undergraduates, postgraduates and e-educators [HTML]
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Hsiu-Hua Cheng and Heng-Li Yang Student team projects in information systems development: Measuring collective creative efficacy [HTML]
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Tim Passmore, Leigh Brookshaw and Harry Butler A flexible, extensible online testing system for mathematics [HTML]
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896-906
Mei-jung Wang Using multimodal presentation software and peer group discussion in learning English as a second language [HTML]
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Shane Dawson, Jennifer Pei Ling Tan and Erica McWilliam Measuring creative potential: Using social network analysis to monitor a learners' creative capacity [HTML]
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George Zhou, Zuochen Zhang and Yueke Li Are secondary preservice teachers well prepared to teach with technology? A case study from China [HTML]
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943-960
Shirley Agostinho The use of a visual learning design representation to support the design process of teaching in higher education [HTML]
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961-978
Yi-Chun Lin, Tzu-Chien Liu and Ching-Chi Chu Implementing clickers to assist learning in science lectures: The Clicker-Assisted Conceptual Change model [HTML]
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979-996
Ping Gao, Tan Seng Chee, Longlong Wang, Angela Wong and Doris Choy Self reflection and preservice teachers' technological pedagogical knowledge: Promoting earlier adoption of student-centred pedagogies [HTML]
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997-1013
Enas Said Abulibdeh and Sharifah Sariah Syed Hassan E-learning interactions, information technology self efficacy and student achievement at the University of Sharjah, UAE [HTML]
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Beverley Oliver and Barbara Whelan Designing an e-portfolio for assurance of learning focusing on adoptability and learning analytics [HTML]
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David Carr and Terry Bossomaier Relativity in a rock field: A study of physics learning with a computer game [HTML]
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1042-1067

Volume 27, Special Issue, Number 5, 2011

Open access web version articles for 27(5) were mounted on 20 August 2011 in both HTML and PDF formats.
Jenny Waycott and Judy Sheard Editorial 27(5): Preface to the Special issue
Assessing students' Web 2.0 activities in higher education
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Graham Barwell, Chris Moore and Ruth Walker Marking machinima: A case study in assessing student use of a Web 2.0 technology [HTML]
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Yu-Hui Ching and Yu-Chang Hsu Design-grounded assessment: A framework and a case study of Web 2.0 practices in higher education [HTML]
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Anne Davies, Kerry Pantzopoulos and Kathleen Gray Emphasising assessment 'as' learning by assessing wiki writing assignments collaboratively and publicly online [HTML]
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Scott Grant and Rosemary Clerehan Finding the discipline: Assessing student activity in Second Life [HTML]
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Ru-Chu Shih Can Web 2.0 technology assist college students in learning English writing? Integrating Facebook and peer assessment with blended learning [HTML]
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John Terrell, Joan Richardson and Margaret Hamilton Using Web 2.0 to teach Web 2.0: A case study in aligning teaching, learning and assessment with professional practice [HTML]
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846-862

Volume 27, Number 4, 2011

Open access web version articles for 27(4) were mounted on 10 August 2011 in both HTML and PDF formats.
Roger Atkinson and Catherine McLoughlin Editorial 27(4): AJET review process outcomes: 2010 data [HTML]
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Suzanne Snodgrass Wiki activities in blended learning for health professional students: Enhancing critical thinking and clinical reasoning skills [HTML]
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563-580
Yu-Feng Lan and Pin-Chuan Lin Evaluation and improvement of student's question-posing ability in a web-based learning environment [HTML]
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581-599
Ronnie H. Shroff, Christopher C. Deneen and Eugenia M. W. Ng Analysis of the technology acceptance model in examining students' behavioural intention to use an e-portfolio system [HTML]
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Ramon Garrote, Tomas Pettersson and Michael Christie LiveUSB Mediated Education: A method to facilitate computer supported education [HTML]
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619-632
Chi-Cheng Chang, Hao Lei and Ju-Shih Tseng Media presentation mode, English listening comprehension and cognitive load in ubiquitous learning environments: Modality effect or redundancy effect? [HTML]
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633-654
Yonca Ozkan Blogging in a teaching skills course for pre-service teachers of English as a second language [HTML]
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655-670
Rajiv Tiwari and Khilawan Singh Virtualisation of engineering discipline experiments for an Internet-based remote laboratory [HTML]
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671-692
Klaus D. Stiller, Kirstin Petzold and Peter Zinnbauer Presentation time concerning system-paced multimedia instructions and the superiority of learner pacing [HTML]
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693-708
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Susan McKenney and Joke Voogt Facilitating digital video production in the language arts curriculum [HTML]
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Jennifer Wolgemuth, Robert Savage, Janet Helmer, Tess Lea, Helen Harper, Kalotina Chalkiti, Christine Bottrell and Phil Abrami Using computer-based instruction to improve Indigenous early literacy in Northern Australia: A quasi-experimental study [HTML]
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Tiong Meng Yeo and Choon Lang Quek Investigating design and technology students' peer interactions in a technology-mediated learning environment: A case study [HTML]
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Volume 27, Number 3, 2011

Open access web version articles for 27(3) were mounted on 12 June 2011 in both HTML and PDF formats.
Roger Atkinson and Catherine McLoughlin Editorial 27(3): Dawn of a new ERA? [HTML]
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Iain Doherty Evaluating the impact of educational technology professional development upon adoption of Web 2.0 tools in teaching [HTML]
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Günter Daniel Rey Time advice and learning questions in computer simulations [HTML]
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397-410
Shikha Raturi, Robert Hogan and Konai Helu Thaman Learners' access to tools and experience with technology at the University of the South Pacific: Readiness for e-learning [HTML]
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Oriel A. Herrera and David A. Fuller Collaborative model for remote experimentation laboratories used by non-hierarchical distributed groups of engineering students [HTML]
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Aik-Ling Tan, Seng-Chee Tan and Marissa Wettasinghe Learning to be a science teacher: Reflections and lessons from video-based instruction [HTML]
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Hesham Suleiman Alyousef and Michelle Yvette Picard Cooperative or collaborative literacy practices: Mapping metadiscourse in a business students' wiki group project [HTML]
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Chih-Fong Tsai, Ching-Tzu Tsai, Chia-Sheng Hung and Po-Sen Hwang Data mining techniques for identifying students at risk of failing a computer proficiency test required for graduation [HTML]
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E. Marcia Johnson, Bronwen Cowie, Willem De Lange, Garry Falloon, Craig Hight and Elaine Khoo Adoption of innovative e-learning support for teaching: A multiple case study at the University of Waikato [HTML]
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Kevin Larkin and Glenn Finger Informing one-to-one computing in primary schools: Student use of netbooks [HTML]
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Nicole Crawford and Lara McKenzie E-learning in context: An assessment of student inequalities in a university outreach program [HTML]
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Nian-Shing Chen, Benazir Quadir and Daniel C. Teng Integrating book, digital content and robot for enhancing elementary school students' learning of English [HTML]
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Volume 27, Number 2, 2011

Open access web version articles for 27(2) were mounted on 24 April 2011 in both HTML and PDF formats.
Roger Atkinson and Catherine McLoughlin Editorial 27(2) [HTML]
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Ross H. Taplin, Lee Hun Low and Alistair M. Brown Students' satisfaction and valuation of web-based lecture recording technologies [HTML]
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Frederick Butler and Melanie Butler A matched-pairs study of interactive computer laboratory activities in a liberal arts math course [HTML]
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192-203
Xiaoqing Gu, Chongping Zha, Shusu Li and James M. Laffey Design, sharing and co-construction of learning resources: A case of lifelong learning communities in Shanghai [HTML]
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Zixiu Guo and Kenneth John Stevens Factors influencing perceived usefulness of wikis for group collaborative learning by first year students [HTML]
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Chun-Min Wang Instructional design for cross-cultural online collaboration: Grouping strategies and assignment design [HTML]
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Elías Said Hung ICT use by journalism professors in Colombia [HTML]
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David L. Neumann, Michelle M. Neumann and Michelle Hood Evaluating computer-based simulations, multimedia and animations that help integrate blended learning with lectures in first year statistics [HTML]
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274-289
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Gwo-Jen Hwang and Fan-Ray Kuo An information-summarising instruction strategy for improving the web-based problem-solving abilities of students [HTML]
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290-306
Hui Ling Xu and Robyn Moloney Perceptions of interactive whiteboard pedagogy in the teaching of Chinese language [HTML]
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307-325
Lorrae Ward and Judy M Parr Digitalising our schools: Clarity and coherence in policy [HTML]
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Boris Handal, Michael Cavanagh, Leigh Wood and Peter Petocz Factors leading to the adoption of a learning technology: The case of graphics calculators [HTML]
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Emily M. L. Wong and Sandy C. Li Framing ICT implementation in a context of educational change: A structural equation modelling analysis [HTML]
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Volume 27, Number 1, 2011

Open access web version articles for 27(1) were mounted on 9 March 2011 in both HTML and PDF formats.
Roger Atkinson and Catherine McLoughlin Editorial 27(1) [HTML]
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Outstanding Paper Awards
Barney Dalgarno, Mark J.W. Lee, Lauren Carlson, Sue Gregory and Belinda Tynan An Australian and New Zealand scoping study on the use of 3D immersive virtual worlds in higher education [HTML]
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Shane Dawson, Leah Macfadyen, Lori Lockyer and David Mazzochi-Jones Using social network metrics to assess the effectiveness of broad based admission practices [HTML]
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Grace Lynch and Philip Paasuke Key elements of the tutorial support management model [HTML]
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Anthony McKnight, Garry Hoban and Wendy Nielsen Using Slowmation for animated storytelling to represent non-Aboriginal preservice teachers' awareness of "relatedness to country" [HTML]
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Thomas C. Reeves, Susan McKenney and Jan Herrington Publishing and perishing: The critical importance of educational design research [HTML]
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55-65
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Meg Colasante Using video annotation to reflect on and evaluate physical education pre-service teaching practice [HTML]
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Meng Yew Tee and Shuh Shing Lee From socialisation to internalisation: Cultivating technological pedagogical content knowledge through problem-based learning [HTML]
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89-104
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Judine Ladbrook and Elizabeth Probert Information skills and critical literacy: Where are our digikids at with online searching and are their teachers helping? [HTML]
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Jane Southcott and Renée Crawford The intersections of curriculum development: Music, ICT and Australian music education [HTML]
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Gerrit Stols and Jeanne Kriek Why don't all maths teachers use dynamic geometry software in their classrooms? [HTML]
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137-151
Edwina Neyland Integrating online learning in NSW secondary schools: Three schools' perspectives on ICT adoption [HTML]
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