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Same places, different spaces. Proceedings ascilite Auckland 2009


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[Welcome from the Convenor] [Program Committee Editorial] [Review panel]
[Program Sunday Workshops] [Program Mon-Wed] [Posters program] [All abstracts Mon-Wed]
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[Venue and general information first part, pp1-4, 1.1 MB]
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[Welcome from the Convenor, Program Committee Editorial, Review Panel, pp15-37, 140 kB]
[Program Sunday-Wednesday, pp38-51, 100 kB]
[Keynote and Invited speakers, Abstracts of presentations, Poster presentations, pp52-127, 324 kB]


Anne AbrahamBlended spaces, different places: Getting the blend of ingredients right in a cross-cultural learning context1-10
Shirley Agostinho, Sue Bennett, Lori Lockyer, Lisa Kosta, Jennifer Jones and Barry HarperAn examination of learning design descriptions in an existing learning design repository11-19
Antonie AlmBlogs as protected spaces for language learners20-24
Asmidah Alwi and Elspeth McKayInvestigating online museum exhibits and personal cognitive learning preferences25-34
Kim Atkinson, Gail Fluker, Leanne Ngo, Mary Dracup and Patricia McCormickIntroducing a learning repository using a blended professional development approach35-39
Norhayati Baharun and Anne PorterTeaching statistics using a blended approach: Integrating technology-based resources40-48
Aneesha Bakharia, Elizabeth Heathcote and Shane DawsonSocial networks adapting pedagogical practice: SNAPP [Poster]49-51
John BarnettSeventeen years in the evolution of an online instructor's views about ICT innovation52-59
Colin Beer, David Jones and Ken ClarkThe indicators project identifying effective learning: Adoption, activity, grades and external factors60-70
Madhumita BhattacharyaJourney with the students towards exploring the potential of Tablet PCs in learning [Poster]71-73
Phil Blyth and Prerna SehgalUse of the Bonedoc DHS simulator by fifth year medical students: A pilot study74-80
Anna Boin, Kristine Elliott, Helen Irving, Victor Galea and Elizabeth JohnsonWhere are the learning spaces on the scientific inquiry landscape?81-90
Rachel Boulay, Cynthia Anderson and Alex Parisky and Chris CampbellDeveloping online training materials in molecular biology: Enhancing hands-on lab skills91-95
Matt Bower, John Hedberg and Andreas KuswaraConceptualising Web 2.0 enabled learning designs1153-1162
Tom Bowring and Lynnae RankineIncreasing flexibility for staff development: Modelling good practice at the University of Western Sydney1163-1166
Mark Brown, Alan Arnold, Gregor Ronald and Derek WhiteThinking about a new LMS: Comparing different institutional models and approaches [Symposium]1206-1207
Melanie BrownExploring the tension between return on investment and pedagogical design [Poster]1167-1169
Tom Browne and Matthew NewcombeOpen educational resources: A new creative space1170-1179
Leanne CameronUsing generic learning designs to promote good teaching and learning practice1180-1186
Chris Campbell and Leanne CameronUsing Learning Activity Management Systems (LAMS) with pre-service secondary teachers: An authentic task96-103
Matthew CampbellUsing 3D-virtual worlds to teach decision-making104-109
Helen Cartner and Julia HallasExploring the R2D2 model for online learning activities to teach academic language skills110-115
Selena ChanE-portfolios using mobile phones and social networking sites: Workplace skill acquisition and identity formation [Poster]116-118
Ken Clark and Colin BeerBachelor of Professional Communication learning network: Creating an online community for lifelong learning119-126
John ClaytonE-learning in industry: Case studies from New Zealand127-136
Gill Clough, Graínne Conole and Eileen ScanlonBehavioural finance and immersive games: A pan-European framework for design and evaluation137-141
Thomas Cochrane and Roger BatemanSmartphones give you wings: Pedagogical affordances of mobile Web 2.0142-152
Tracey-Lynne CodyDiscovering aesthetic space online?153-157
Pippa Craig, Helen Wozniak, Sarah Hyde and Daniel BurnStudent use of web based lecture technologies in blended learning: Do these reflect study patterns?158-167
Greg Cranitch and Michael ReesVirtualisation: A case study in database administration laboratory work168-174
Nicki Dabner and Niki DavisDeveloping best practices in online teaching and learning to impact students and their organisations175-177
Kashmira DaveDesign patterns for computer supported groupwork178-183
Lloyd Davis, Will Rifkin, Nancy Longnecker and Joan LeachNew media to develop graduate attributes of science students [Interactive session]1208-1210
Shane Dawson, Leah Macfadyen and Lori LockyerLearning or performance: Predicting drivers of student motivation184-193
Karen Day and Stewart WellsAdapting social media as a scaffolding tool for teaching health informatics1187-1196
Michael de Raadt and Stijn DekeyserA simple time-management tool for students' online learning activities194-199
Yannis Dimitriadis, Patrick McAndrew, Gráinne Conole and Elpida MakriyannisNew design approaches to repurposing open educational resources for collaborative learning using mediating artefacts200-207
Iain Doherty and Pauline CooperEducating educators in the purposeful use of Web 2.0 tools for teaching and learning208-217
Claire Donald and Adam BlakeReviewing learning designs with HEART: A learning design support strategy [Interactive session]1211-1213
Mark Downey and Mark BrownThe challenge of equivalence: Meshing food technology with blended learning across campuses and modes218-221
Thomas DugganSupporting ways of learning for Indigenous Australian pre-undergraduate students using Moodle222-229
Laurel Evelyn Dyson, Andrew Litchfield, Ryszard Raban and Jon TylermInteract: Online tool for sustainable active experiential mobile learning [Poster]230-232
Laurel Evelyn Dyson, Andrew Litchfield, Ryszard Raban and Jonathan TylerInteractive classroom mLearning and the experiential transactions between students and lecturer233-242
Moyosore Samuel Ekundayo and John Moyo EkundayoCapacity constraints in developing countries: A need for more e-learning space? The case of Nigeria243-255
Irina ElgortHow does assessment design shape the learning space of a distance course?256-260
Richard Elliott and John ClaytonCritical success factors in e-learning for small and medium enterprises [Poster]261-262
Allan Ellis, Amanda Hassett and Steve RoweDesigning an educational sim environment: Critical success factors263-272
Judith Guevarra EnriquezTug-o-where: Practising mobilities of learning (t)here273-284
Helen Farley and Caroline SteelA quest for the Holy Grail: Tactile precision, natural movement and haptic feedback in 3D virtual spaces285-295
Santha FernandezVirtual spaces: Delineating the private and public spaces in online discussions296-305
Russell Fewster and Denise WoodPerformance pedagogy through research in 'real' and 'virtual' spaces306-313
Simon FietzePodcast in higher education: Students usage behaviour314-318
Josie Fisher and Cathryn McCormackProfessional development online: Ethics education for accountants and business managers319-323
Vimani Gamage, Alexei Tretiakov and Barbara CrumpEducators' perceptions about using MUVE for teaching324-326
Philippa Gerbic, Lyn Lewis and Mark NorthoverStudent perspectives of eportfolios: A longitudinal study of growth and development327-331
Philippa Gerbic, Elizabeth Stacey, Bill Anderson, Mary Simpson, Julie Mackey, Cathy Gunn and Gayani SamarawickremaBlended learning: Is there evidence for its effectiveness? [Interactive session]1214-1216
Katherine Gilliver-Brown and E. Marcia JohnsonAcademic literacy development: A multiple perspectives approach to blended learning332-337
Kathie Goldsworthy and Lynnae RankineIdentifying the characteristics of e-learning environments used to support large units338-345
Carlos GonzálezTeaching in 'blended' learning environments: How are conceptions of teaching and eTeaching associated?346-353
Kate Goodwin, Gregor Kennedy and Frank VetereExploring co-location in physical, virtual and 'hybrid' spaces for the support of informal learning [Poster]354-356
Jane Goodyer and John MilneDeveloping competence portfolios in engineering undergraduates357-366
Annegret Goold and Naomi AugarUsing virtual meeting spaces for work integrated learning367-371
Elizabeth Greener and Shannon JohnstonTwenty first century edgeless universities: Designing community spaces for connectedness across degree programs372-376
Sue Gregory and Belinda TynanIntroducing Jass Easterman: My Second Life learning space377-386
Tim Griffin, Anne Gilchrist, Rosemary ThomsonRole of the online tutor in a large enrolment unit387-392
Julia Gross and Eva DobozyAdding value to first year student learning with embedded library pod/vodcasts393-401
Paul Gruba, Cameron Clark, Kellyn Ng and Marisa WellsBlending technologies in ESL courses: A reflexive enquiry402-409
Eddie Gulc, Peter Bullen, Irene AndersonSupporting an institutional blended learning mission through a structured change management programme410-414
Cathy Gunn, Josephine Csete and John BarnettAiming for the right place: eLearning strategy past, present and future [Symposium]1217-1221
Alison Halstead and Anne WheelerEnhancing reflective professional practice through the use of an ePortfolio: A UK case study415-418
Suraya Hamid, Shanton Chang and Sherah KurniaIdentifying the use of online social networking in higher education [Poster]419-422
John HannonDisorienting spaces: Engaging the multiple "student" in online learning423-433
Neil Harris and Maria SandorPositioning university students as leaders of the learning process within a peer e-learning environment434-438
Maggie HartnettFactors undermining motivation in place-based blended learning439-443
George Hatsidimitris, Joe Wolfe and John SmithPhysclips: Multi-level multimedia resources [Poster]444-446
George Hatsidimitris and Joe WolfeIntuition, evidence-based guidelines and user-feedback in multimedia teaching: The Physclips project447-451
Ailsa HaxellIn what ways do the media we shape, shape us in return?452-456
Bronwyn HegartyLeading practitioners stepwise through the murky waters of reflective practice457-461
Eva HeinrichLightwork: Managing marking effectively462-463
Michael Henderson, Hui Huang, Scott Grant and Lyn HendersonLanguage acquisition in Second Life: Improving self-efficacy beliefs464-474
Michelle L.L. Honey, Scott Diener, Kelley Connor, Max Veltman and David BodilyTeaching in virtual space: Second Life simulation for haemorrhage management [Interactive session]1222-1224
Martin Jenkins and Phil GravestockSupporting the co-generation of work-based learning designs475-479
E. Marcia Johnson, Bronwen Cowie, Willem de Lange and Craig HightLeveling the playing field: Exploiting technology to enhance tertiary learning480-485
Gordon Joyes, Lisa Gray and Elizabeth Hartnell-YoungEffective practice with e-portfolios: How can the UK experience inform practice?486-495
Friederika Kaider, Kathy Henschke, Joan Richardson and Mary Paulette KellyDesigning blended spaces to maximise student learning in work integrated learning programs496-505
Arafeh Karimi and Helena S. Y. SongWhere is the wiki in Wiki?506-515
Jacquie Kelly and Andrew StewartThe role of collaborative online tools in business and community engagement with course design/delivery516-518
Oriel Kelly, Dawn Coburn, Bronwyn Hegarty, Lynn Jeffrey and Merrolee PenmanDon't dilly dally on the way: Driving towards digital information literacy capability519-523
Shannon Kennedy-Clark, Michael Jacobson and Peter ReimannProductive failure in inquiry learning in a multi-user virtual environment524-527
Elaine Khoo, Michael Forret and Bronwen CowieDeveloping an online learning community: A model for enhancing lecturer and student learning experiences528-532
Chris KilhamPositive partnerships web space usability: What does the think aloud protocol tell us?533-537
Anja KirbergBlended learning class Sociology of Education International: Teach local, learn global [Poster]538-539
Giedre KligyteThreshold concept: A lens for examining networked learning [Poster]540-542
Alexandra Knight and Fiona BushThe development of an integrated learning environment543-547
Paul Lam, Mary Au Yeung, Eva Cheung and Carmel McNaughtUsing the development of eLearning material as challenging and authentic learning experiences548-556
Merle Lemon and Oriel KellyLaying Second Life foundations: Second chance learners get first life skills557-565
Irja Leppisaari, Leena Vainio and Jan HerringtonVirtual benchmarking as professional development: Peer learning in authentic learning environments566-576
Tim Lever, Elizabeth Devonshire, Melinda Lewis and Fran EveringhamThe learning design collaborative space through role play glasses577-581
Kathryn LewisA design based research project: Buckingham's Digital Media Framework and a new media pedagogy [Poster]582-585
Jo Lockwood, Jo Lander, Katherine Conigrave and Kylie LeeAn online resource for Indigenous health professionals undertaking a graduate diploma [Poster]586-588
Richard Logan, Judi Baron and Christine SwannOral pathology in blended space: A pilot study [Poster]589-591
Swee Kin Loke, Stephen Duffull, Jenny McDonald, June Tordoff, Peter Vlugter and Michael WinikoffSimPharm: Authentic immersion and reading the world as a pharmacist592-601
Kathryn MacCallum and Lynn JeffreyIdentifying discriminating variables that determine mobile learning adoption by educators: An initial study602-608
Mary Jane Mahony, Ann Applebee, Stephen Sheely, Beatrice Johnson, Alison Blair and Paula WilliamsQuality management and the web-enhanced learning space: Report from an on going case study609-613
Lina Markauskaite and Peter GoodyearDesigning for complex ICT-based learning: understanding teacher thinking to help improve educational design614-624
Stephen MarshallCrossing the ditch: Applying the e-learning maturity model to Australian institutions625-634
Joshua McCarthyUsing social media to enhance the first year experience1202-1205
Ann McGrath and Donna MorrowDid the impact of imposed course structure change lead to positive outcomes for lecturers and students? [Poster]635-638
Jo McKenzie, Lina Pelliccione and Nicola ParkerWhat makes blended learning effective? An interactive session of peer review [Interactive session]1225-1228
Catherine McLoughlin and Mark J. W. LeePersonalised learning spaces and self-regulated learning: Global examples of effective pedagogy639-645
Mark McMahonUsing the DODDEL model to teach serious game design to novice designers646-653
Carmel McNaught, Paul Lam and Annisa HoThe digital divide between university students and teachers in Hong Kong654-664
Dip Nandi, Shanton Chang and Sandrine BalboA conceptual framework for assessing interaction quality in online discussion forums665-673
Tse-Kian Neo, Mai Neo and Joyce W.J. KwokEngaging students in a multimedia cooperative-learning environment: A Malaysian experience674-683
Norshuhada Shiratuddin and Syamsul Bahrin ZaibonLocal content game: The preferred choice for mobile learning space684-694
John O'Donoghue, Lucy Warman and Anne-Marie AlgerE-valu8 - A tool to support proactive feedback: Motivating students to learn and complete their course695-700
Duncan O'Hara, Mark Brown, Ingrid Day, Mark Downey, Margaret Hill, Wanda Jackson, Andrew Jamieson, Jennie McKelvie, John Milne, Scott Symonds and Gordon SuddabyThe quality challenge: Quick fix solutions or enduring cultural changes? [Symposium]1229-1231
Sheena O'Hare, Lina Pelliccione and Sonja KuzichOur journey to new places using different spaces: A teaching degree totally online701-709
Muireann O'Keeffe, Catherine Bruen, Vincent Wade, Jen Harvey, Claire McAvinia, Terry Maguire, David Jennings, Morag Munro, Paul Gormley and Grace O'LearyOpening digital doors through communities of practice [Poster]710-711
Muireann O'Keeffe, Jen Harvey, Mary O'Rawe, Odette Gabaudan and María-José GonzálezTeaching fellowships: Using wikis, blogs and social networking tools to enhance collaboration and participation [Poster]712-713
James Oldfield and Andrew SlessorShades of grey: The business ethics game [Poster]714-716
Beverley Oliver, Peter Nikoletatos, Brian R. von Konsky, Heath Wilkinson, Joanne Ng, Robert Crowley, Robert Moore and Royce TownsendCurtin's iPortfolio: An online space for creating, sharing and showcasing evidence of learning [Poster]717-719
Beverley Oliver and Peter NikoletatosBuilding engaging physical and virtual learning spaces: A case study of a collaborative approach720-728
Hazel OwenePortfolios and unfamiliar spaces: Exploring the unknown, together729-735
Stuart Palmer and Dale HoltOnline learning environments: Same place; different demographic space?736-745
Joanne PattersonUsing lecture capture technologies for distance learning: A case study using Panopto [Poster]746-748
Elaine Pearson, Voula Gkatzidou, and Steve GreenA proposal for an adaptable personal learning environment to support learners needs and preferences749-757
Lina Pelliccione and Kathryn DixonBuilding sustainable learning spaces with industry partners through reciprocal mentoring758-767
Krassie Petrova and Chun LiEvaluating mobile learning artefacts768-772
John PettitThe cachet of constraint: Learners, ownership and power773-777
Monica Pheny and Louis ShunFlexible role playing game engine for case studies in forensic accounting778-785
Robyn Philip and Helen WozniakPeer review of teaching practice and resources: Exploring new spaces to embrace cultural change786-790
Diane Phillips, Maxine Duke, Cate Nagle, Susie Macfarlane, Glenn McNolty, Peter Lane, Ian Fox and Denise PattersonStudents' expectations of the Virtual Maternity Clinic791-795
Rosanne Quinnell, Murray Henwood, Rowan Brownlee and Su HanflingeBot: An image bank of Australian flora [Poster]796-798
Rosanne Quinnell, D. Brynn Hibbert and Andrew MilstedeScience: Evaluating electronic laboratory notebooks in chemistry research799-803
Ryszard Raban and Andrew LitchfieldThe TeCTra online groupwork tool: Scaffolding the learning of self and peer assessment804-814
Lynnae Rankine, Leigh Stevenson, Janne Malfroy and Kevin Ashford-RoweBenchmarking across universities: A framework for LMS analysis815-819
Peter Reaburn, Nona Muldoon and Cheryl BookallilBlended spaces, work based learning and constructive alignment: Impacts on student engagement820-831
Sarah Rennie, Phil Blyth, Judith Swan, Joy Rudland, Katherine Hall, Susan Baxter, Michael Tweed, Tim Wilkinson, John Dockerty, Andre van Rij, Swee Kin Loke, Michael Winikoff, Peter Vlugter, Ayelet Cohen and Jenny McDonaldDeveloping surgical decision making skills through dynamic branching short cases and reflection832-836
Jorge ReynaDeveloping quality e-learning sites: A designer approach [Poster]837-838
Jorge Reyna and Carole StanfordUse of slidecasts in higher education settings: A pilot project [Poster]839-841
Joan Richardson and John LenarcicThe blended discourse of SMS communication in a mobile student administration system842-850
Diane Robbie and Debbi WeaverMentoring through scholarship-based academic development projects851-859
Ian RobertsonTeachers as active agents in recontextualising pedagogic spaces in vocational education and training860-866
Leeane Robinson, Leah Clapton, Beverley Oliver, Peter Nikoletatos, Travis Quirk, Dic Liew, Royce Townsend, Michelle Rogers, Constance Wiebrands, Jim Elliott and Connie PriceCurtinMobile: Help at students' fingertips [Poster]867-869
John Roder and Mark BrownWhat leading educators say about Web 2.0, PLEs and e-portfolios in the future870-882
Luke RogersSimulating clinical experience: Exploring Second Life as a learning tool for nurse education883-887
Arianne Jennifer Rourke and Kathryn ColemanAn emancipating space: Reflective and collaborative blogging888-897
Jennifer L. Rowley and Peter Dunbar-HallIntegrating e-portfolios: Putting the pedagogy in its place898-901
Joy R Rudland, Judith Swan, Phil Blyth, Michael Winikoff, Jenny McDonald, Swee Kin Loke, Richard Zeng and Ayelet CohenBasic Science Alive: Linking science knowledge to clinical practice902-907
Samantha M. Samarasinghe and Alexei TretiakovA multi-dimensional measure of e-learning systems success908-910
Gayani Samarawickrema, Robyn Benson and Charlotte BrackDifferent spaces: Staff development for Web 2.0911-915
Peter SampsonSupporting skill development through flexible task based design [Poster]916-918
Sarah-Jane Saravani and John ClaytonA conceptual model for the educational deployment of QR codes919-922
Siti Mahfuzah Sarif and Norshuhada Shiratuddinmd-Matrix: An assistive learning tool in blended project-based learning for mobile development course [Poster]923-927
Mark SchierComputer based method for investigating divided attention and interference [Poster]928-930
Mark Schier and Jennifer CurtinFirst year student engagement, discussion forums, and reflections on mentoring practice [Poster]931-933
Mark Schier and David ShieldsAn online tool for managing student assignment selection934-941
Stephen Segrave, Jacob Cybulski, Dale Holt, Judy Munro, David O'Brien, Mike Keppell, Deborah Murdoch, Ben Bradley, Brian Corbitt, Ross Smith, Martin Dick, Hossein Zadeh, Ian Searle and Pradip SarkareSimulations for blended learning in professional education: Capacity building, knowledge transfer and dissemination [Poster]942-944
Madeleine ShanahanUsing e-resources and tools to update professional knowledge in the workplace945-954
Don Sheridan, David White and Ken Ho-Kee KanThe evolution of an LMS: Cecil fifteen years on955-962
Daniela SignorComparison analysis of the online lecture formats of PowerPoint and Webpage for online students963-968
Lou Siragusa and Kathryn C. DixonTheory of planned behaviour: Higher education students' attitudes towards ICT-based learning interactions969-980
Alan Sixsmith and Andrew LitchfieldImproving graduate attributes with online teaching resources: A case study in IT management981-990
Juliette Smeed, John Roder and Christopher NaughtonStudent experience at New Zealand Tertiary College in changing from traditional to online distance learning [Poster]991-993
Ruth SmithFacilitating holistic growth in a blended program: Students reflect on what worked and why994-1000
Helena S. Y. Song and Yuen May ChanExploring online spaces to support multi-ethnic Asian undergraduates' critical thinking 1001-1008
Richard Sprod, Shirley Agostinho and Barry HarperWhat spaces? Designing authentic, sustainable online learning spaces for children with diabetes1009-1012
Caroline Steel and Mike LevyCreativity and constraint: Understanding teacher beliefs and the use of LMS technologies1013-1022
Terry M. Stewart and Mark E. BrownTo spray or not to spray? A scenario-based exercise for tertiary-level horticultural students1023-1027
Pat Strauss, Robin Goodfellow and Marianne PuxleyA contextualised online writing support system: Creating the links between generic skills and the discipline1028-1032
Jennie SwannA dialogic approach to online facilitation1033-1037
Kevin Tickle, Nona Muldoon and Beth TennentMoodle and the institutional repositioning of learning and teaching at CQUniversity 1038-1047
Patricia TreagusNew beginnings: A report on the ALTC Exchange version 21048-1052
Susan Tull and Barry BrookerA 'learn'ing space for lecturers [Poster]1053-1055
Keith Tyler-SmithNetworked learning: Implementing a fully flexible, multi-institution network of elearning provision1056-1066
Christian VoigtA question of purpose: Community embedded ePortfolios1067-1076
Lucy Warman and John O'DonoghueDeveloping a responsive system to enable students to develop realistic expectations of higher education1077-1081
Colin WarrenProfessional development and Web 2.0, can the space make a difference? [Poster]1082-1084
Jenny Waycott and Gregor KennedyMobile and Web 2.0 technologies in undergraduate science: Situating learning in everyday experience1085-1095
Ruth Weeks and Richard SeymourInnovation and entrepreneurship education: Embracing Web 2.0 across a postgraduate program1096-1099
Nicola WestberryMoving between workplace and online learning spaces: An activity theory perspective1100-1104
Julie WillemsFriendship, high adventure, and a crown: A virtual journey of hope in Web 2.0 [Poster]1105-1108
Julie WillemsDifferent spaces but same places: Possibilities, pitfalls and persistent practices in Second Life1109-1120
Denise WoodExperiential learning through 'real world' placements undertaken in 3D 'virtual world' spaces1121-1129
Jim Woulfe, Kylie Williams and Greg RyanEvaluating pharmacy students' wiki-based collaboration [Poster]1197-1199
Jim Woulfe, Greg Ryan, Ieva Stupans, Susanne Owen and Leigh McKaugeThe Pharmacy Experiential Learning Database (PELD) [Poster]1200-1201
Susan Young and Leitha DelvesExpanding to fit the (blog)space: Enhancing social work education through online technologies1130-1139
Lynette Zeeng, Diane Robbie, Keith Markham Adams and Clive HutchisonWhere's my class? Using Web 2.0 for collaboration in a design environment1140-1147
Richard Zeng, Jenny McDonald, Ayelet Cohen, Swee Kin Loke, Peter Vlugter, Tiffany Cone and Michael WinikoffUniTube: Making media accessible for learning and teaching1148-1152

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