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ICT: Providing choices for learners and learning
Proceedings ascilite Singapore 2007

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Anne AbrahamStudent centred teaching of accounting to engineering students: Comparing blended learning with traditional approaches1-9
Rozz J Albon and Tony JewelsThe impact of audience response systems in a multicultural Asian context10-19
Susan Atkins, Gayl O'Connor and Leanne RoweDifferentiating the curriculum: A lot of effort for little gain20-25
Simon Atkinson and Kevin BurdenVirtuality, veracity and values: Exploring between virtual and real worlds using the 3V model26-31
Harmi Izzuan Bin Baharum, Alexei Tretiakov and KinshukTeaching business English to adult Malay learners: the potential of agent technology32-37
Karen Baskett, Gosia Mendrela and Meg StuartRedesigning a more learner centred prescribing curriculum for medical students (Poster)38-40
Kanishka Bedi and Helen LangeThe impact of faculty interaction on the learning experience and outcomes of online learners41-50
Sue Bennett, Shirley Agostinho, Lori Lockyer, Lisa Kosta, Jennifer Jones, Rob Koper and Barry HarperLearning designs: Bridging the gap between theory and practice51-60
Robyn Benson and Gayani SamarawickremaTeaching in context: Some implications for e-learning design61-70
Stephen BrightE-teachers at work: Exploring a process for reviewing e-teaching for ongoing professional learning71-74
Mark Brown, Bill Anderson and Fiona MurrayE-learning policy issues: Global trends, themes and tensions75-81
Mark Brown, Bill Anderson, Mary Simpson and Gordon SuddabyShowcasing Mahara: A new open source eportfolio (Poster)82-84
Edwin Bundy and Roderick SimsCommonalities in an uncommon profession: Bomb disposal85-95
Kevin Burden and Simon AtkinsonJumping on the YouTube bandwagon? Using digital video clips to develop personalised learning strategies (Poster)96-98
Matthew Butler and Michael MorganLearning challenges faced by novice programming students studying high level and low feedback concepts99-107
Leanne CameronDocumenting learning environments and experiences108-117
Mónica S. Cárdenas-Claros and Paul A. GrubaHelp options in computer based listening activities: Learning scaffolds or barriers?118-122
Tom CareyFrom repositories supported by communities to communities supported by repositories: Issues and lessons learned123-128
Allan Carrington and Ian GreenJust in time teaching revisited: Using e-assessment and rapid e-learning to empower face to face teaching (Poster)129-131
Anthony Chan and Catherine McLoughlinChoice, communication and learner autonomy: The development of social competence skills using podcasting technologies (Poster)132-134
Shanton ChangAcademic perceptions of the use of Lectopia: A University of Melbourne example135-144
Juliana ChauA developer's challenges on an e-portfolio journey145-148
Chen Chwen JenFormative research on the instructional design process of virtual reality based learning environments149-156
John ClaytonEducational levels of Internet use (Poster)157-158
John ClaytonThe validation of the online learning environment survey159-167
Barney Dalgarno, Anthony Chan, Peter Adams, Phil Roy and Daryl MillerOn campus and distance student attitudes towards paperless assessment and feedback168-178
Ann Davenport and Judi BaronMeeting the 21st century challenge: The situational learning initiative at the University of Adelaide179-183
Kristin DemetriousPlaying a critical role: Experiential learning resources and analytical media studies in higher education184-192
Liping Deng and Allan H.K. YuenExploring the role of weblogs in supporting learning communities: An integrative approach193-202
Elizabeth DevonshirePeer review: A process of EnRoLE(ing) as a reuser203-206
Robert Dixon, Kathryn Dixon and Lou SiragusaIndividuals' perceptions of online environments: What adult learners are telling us207-218
Iain Doherty, Adam Blake and Pauline CooperDeveloping ICT and e-learning capacity in a medical and health sciences faculty (Poster) 219-222
Jennifer Duncan-Howell and Kar-Tin LeeM-learning: Finding a place for mobile technologies within tertiary educational settings223-232
Irina ElgortUsing wikis as a learning tool in higher education233-238
Kristine Elliott and Kevin SweeneyQuantifying the reuse of learning objects239-243
Richard Elliott and John ClaytonE-learning activity in New Zealand industry training organisations: Perceived benefits and barriers244-248
Richard Elliott and John ClaytonE-learning for New Zealand industry training organisations: Analysis of benefits and barriers (Poster)249-250
Ken Eustace, Clinton Mason and Mitchell SwanScupper's Island: Using game design and role play to learn about professional ethics (Poster)251-255
Linda Fang Mei LingConversations with independent young adult online language learners (Poster)256-258
Alan Farley, Dale Holt and Siew Mee BartonFraming the role of technologies in the recognition and development of staff capacities to enhance learning in higher education (Poster)259-261
Brett Farmer and Audrey Yue and Claire BrooksUsing blogging for higher order learning in large-cohort university teaching: A case study262-270
Jan Fermelis, Richard Tucker and Stuart PalmerOnline self and peer assessment in large, multi-campus, multi-cohort contexts271-281
Brian Ferry and Lisa Kervin, Lisa Carrington and Kay PrcevichThe need for choice and control: Preparing the digital generation to be teachers282-289
Julie Fleming and Karen BeckerThe roles we play in ICT-based learning design: Do academics have it all?290-299
Wrennah L. Gabbert and Roderick SimsTeacher-student interactions in online nursing education300-308
Victor Galea, Terry Stewart and Caroline H SteelChallenge FRAP: An e-learning tool used to scaffold authentic problem-solving processes309-320
Stuart GarnerA program design tool to help novices learn programming321-324
Stavroula Gkatzidou and Elaine PearsonVodcasting: A case study in adaptability to meet learners' needs and preferences325-332
Carlos GonzalezVariation in lecturers' experiences of teaching undergraduate on campus courses using the web333-338
Peter Goodyear and Robert EllisStudents' interpretations of learning tasks: Implications for educational design339-346
Paul GrubaDecoding visual elements in digitised foreign newscasts347-356
Evelyn Gullett and Kanishka BediWiki: A new paradigm for online training and development of faculty357-360
Cathy GunnE-scholarship: A model to lead strategic change361-369
Ma Teodora E. Gutierrez and Aura C. MatiasOnline learners' interactions and characteristics affecting satisfaction and academic performance: A Phillipines case study (Poster)370-372
Pauline Hagel and Robin ShawChoosing ICT? A segmentation analysis of students' preferences for hybrid study mode373-376
Andrea Hall and Michael RobinsonScaffolding support in an ecology course using a sociocultural learning design377-380
Mandy Harper and Judy BrittainDiversity in large classes: The challenge of providing self directed formative learning381-382
Neil Harris and Maria SandorDeveloping online discussion forums as student centred peer e-learning environments383-387
Dale Holt and Stuart PalmerStaff exercising 'choice'; students' exercising 'choice': Wholly online learning at an Australian university388-397
Hong Kian Sam, Tan Kock Wah and Lai Kim LeongPre-service teachers' perceptions of an online mathematical problem-solving course: A constructivist approach398-409
Chun Hu"Here are my best online contributions and why": Students' perceptions of good online participation410-418
Alistair InglisApproaches taken by Australian universities to documenting institutional e-learning strategies419-427
Jun Iwata and John ClaytonUsing a perceptual measure to evaluate the use of video objects in English language learning (Poster)428-429
Azilawati Jamaludin, Ho Mei Lin Caroline and Chee Yam SanThe impact of structured argumentation and enactive role play on students' argumentative writing skills430-439
Martin Jenkins and Jo LonsdaleEvaluating the effectiveness of digital storytelling for student reflection440-444
Chris JonesUsing a digital repository for managing digital rights and copyright information (Poster)445-449
David Jones and Nona MuldoonThe teleological reason why ICTs limit choice for university learners and learning450-459
Peter JonesWhen a wiki is the way: Exploring the use of a wiki in a constructively aligned learning design460-467
Sandra JonesAdding value to online role plays: Virtual situated learning environments468-477
Terry Judd and Gregor KennedyImproving access to and use of digital resources in a self directed learning context478-482
Tass Katsoulidis, Andrew Buntine and Lyn AtkinsonSupporting academic staff in new learning contexts (Poster)483-484
Alanah Kazlauskas and Ann ApplebeeICT supported scaffolding of generic skills acquisition by first year students: A collaborative approach (Poster)485-489
Matthew Kearney and Kirsty YoungPre-service teachers' perceptions of LAMS as a teaching tool490-499
Benjamin KehrwaldSupportive social networks: Community-based learner support in online learning (Poster)500-501
Benjamin KehrwaldThe ties that bind: Social presence, relations and productive collaboration in online learning environments502-511
Kevin KempinThe e-Winter school: Helping students to better learning512-516
Gregor Kennedy, Rosemary Chang, Anna Churchward, Kathleen Gray, Terry Judd, Jenny Waycott, Barney Dalgarno, Susan Bennett, Karl Maton, Kerri-Lee Krause and Andrea BishopThe net generation are not big users of Web 2.0 technologies: Preliminary findings517-525
Khairiltitov M. ZainuddinA constructivist perspective of knowledge management theory: A KM solution to online teachers professional development (Poster)526-527
Christine KilhamBlogs demystified: How autism practitioners responded to scaffolded online learning528-532
Sarah LambertReviewing the progress of a campus-wide e-portfolio rollout (Poster)533-535
Sarah LambertMapping the terrain of role based learning: Building on lessons learnt from collaborative learning research (Poster)536-539
Sarah Lambert and David MacdonaldReuse of a role play for new university teachers540-543
Chien-Ching LeeGraphic organisers as scaffolding for students' revision in the pre-writing stage544-553
Chwee Beng Lee, Timothy Teo, Chai Ching Sing, Doris Choy, Jimmy Seah and Ashley TanClosing the gap: Pre-service teachers' perceptions of an ICT based, student centred learning curriculum554-562
Lee Yik Sheng and Loi Yaw YuenPartnership in design: Designing learning activity collaboratively (Poster)563-564
Elyssebeth Leigh, Wendy Meyers and Elizabeth RosserLearning design discussions: A conversation tool565-569
Tim Lever, Mary Jane Mahony and Helen WozniakGetReal: building and managing essential academic learning from the academic periphery570-577
Magdeleine D.N. Lew and Henk G. SchmidtOnline reflection journals: Learning through assessment578-582
Jet Lim Kim Seng and E.M. Nalaka S. EdirisingheTeaching computer science using Second Life as a learning environment583-586
Andrew Litchfield, Laurel Evelyn Dyson and Elaine Lawrence and Agnieszka ZmijewskaDirections for m-learning research to enhance active learning587-596
Loi Yaw Yuen and Lee Yik ShengPractitioner's task design considerations and choices for blended-mode large language classes597-602
Angela Ma Kit Fong, John Mitchell O'Toole and Mike KeppellThe attitudes of teacher educators to the use of problem based learning: The video triggers approach603-610
Dorit MaorThe cognitive and social processes of university students' online learning611-623
Anoush Margaryan and Allison LittlejohnCommunities at cross-purposes: Contradictions in the views of stakeholders of learning object repository systems624-635
Stephen Marshall, Geoff Mitchell and Stephanie BeamesBenchmarking for quality improvement: The e-learning maturity model (Poster)636-638
Iain McAlpine and Belinda AllenDesigning for active learning online with learning design templates639-651
Joshua McCarthyDigital design and student learning through video conference collaboration652-655
Joanne W. McClureA blended approach in a graduate teaching assistants' pre-service course to promote self confidence656-661
Anne McDermott and Neil WittA multi functional regional digital repository for teaching higher education in further education colleges (Poster)662-663
Catherine McLoughlin and Mark J.W. LeeSocial software and participatory learning: Pedagogical choices with technology affordances in the Web 2.0 era664-675
Mark McMahon and Joe LucaExplorations in metacognition: The design, development, and implementation of an online teamwork tracking environment676-685
Miles Menegon and James Cartledge Olly! (OnLine Learning for You!): Browser based instant messaging for online learning (Poster)686-688
Wendy Meyers and Dianne SalterE-teaching professional development: Designing a sustainable program for multi location teachers (Poster)689-691
Chris Mills and Barney DalgarnoA conceptual model for game based intelligent tutoring systems692-702
Alemayehu MollaFacilitating student interaction in a group project: Experience with the use of Blackboard703-709
Marylou Molphy, Catherine Pocknee and Terry YoungOnline communities of practice: Are they principled and how do they work?710-716
Michael Morgan, Matthew Butler and Mark PowerEvaluating ICT in education: A comparison of the affordances of the iPod, DS and Wii717-726
Raoul A. Mulder and Jon M. PearcePRAZE: Innovating teaching through online peer review727-736
Judy Nagy and Jacquelin McDonaldNew models for learning flexibility: Negotiated choices for both academics and students737-746
Padma Nathan and Anthony ChanEngaging undergraduates with podcasting in a business subject747-751
Tse-Kian Neo, Mai Neo and Belinda S.P. TeohDesigning a CD based learning environment for a multimedia animation course: A Malaysian experience752-760
Ben Northcott, Iwona Miliszewska and Eva DakichICT for (I)nspiring (C)reative (T)hinking761-768
Michael O'Donoghue, Jessica Hollis and Alan HoskinLecture recording: Help or hinder in developing a stimulating learning environment? (Poster)769-770
Michael O'Donoghue and Billy O'SteenClicking on or off? Lecturers' rationale for using student response systems771-779
Alan Ogilvie and Kathy DouglasOnline role plays and the virtual placement: Aiding reflection in work integrated learning780-785
Duncan O'Hara and Mark BrownSwitching them on and keeping them on: Online professional development for university teachers (Poster)786-787
Ron OliverUsing mobile technologies to support learning in large on campus university classes788-798
Ian Olney and Geraldine LefoeIntroducing mobile technologies: Preparatory staff development issues799-803
Billy O'Steen, David Ripley Lim Doo and Betsy Arrington-TsaoSimilarities and differences in North American and New Zealand tertiary instructors' perceptions of effective e-learning methodologies804-812
Stuart Palmer and Dale HoltMoving a unit online: A quantitative evaluation of student responses813-821
Trevor Peacock, Geoff Fellows and Ken EustaceThe quality and trust of wiki content in a learning community822-832
Elaine Pearson and Chris BaileyEvaluating the potential of the Nintendo Wii to support disabled students in education (Poster)833-836
Russ PennellSharing teaching resources (Poster)837-838
Alisa Percy, Venkata Yanamandram, Sandra HumphreyUsing evidence and avoiding plagiarism eLearning module: Scaffolding academic integrity839-843
Robyn Philip, Geraldine Lefoe, Meg O'Reilly and Dominique ParrishCommunity, exchange and diversity: The Carrick Exchange844-853
Rob Phillips, Maree Gosper, Margot McNeill, Karen Woo, Greg Preston, and David GreenStaff and student perspectives on web based lecture technologies: Insights into the great divide854-864
Romana Pospisil, Rebekah Aspinall, Gillian Matthews and Carole ReidEngaging students with ICT choices at Edith Cowan University (Poster)865-867
Robert K. Pucher, Harald Wahl and Friedrich SchmöllebeckIntegrating undergraduate project based learning in computer science with COAST: A research network (Poster)868-869
Kevin Pyatt and Roderick SimsLearner performance and attitudes in traditional versus simulated laboratory experiences870-879
Quek Choon LangWhat is happening in my first year pre-service teachers' online learning environment?880-883
Richard Raban and Andrew LitchfieldSelf and peer assessment in groupwork using TeCTra (Poster)884-886
Peter Reimann, Kate Thompson and Miriam WeinelCollaborative learning by modelling: Observations in an online setting887-897
Alan G. RobertsBeyond a participation focus898-903
Gayani SamarawickremaPiloting social networking and Web 2.0 software at Deakin University904-908
Katherine Sanders, Julie Hill, Jan Meyer, Georgina Fyfe, Sue Fyfe, Mel Ziman and Nicole KoehlerGender and engagement in automated online test feedback in first year human biology (Poster)909-912
Stefan Schutt, James Cartledge, John Martino, Justin Schmidt and Miles MenegonAvatar and Olly: Discovering the impact of ICTs on youth social engagement913-917
Yun-Ju Shao, Linda Daley and Laurene VaughanExploring Web 2.0 for virtual design studio teaching918-922
Don Sheridan and Stephen WitherdenVisualising and inferring LMS discussions1134-1139
Lou Siragusa, Kathryn C. Dixon and Robert DixonDesigning quality e-learning environments in higher education923-935
Soo Teong Beng and Liew Seng SehAchieving incremental successes in courseware development through prototyping936-941
Caroline H. SteelWhat do university students expect from teachers using an LMS?942-950
Sarah Stewart and Catherine McLoughlinDesign features of an e-mentoring system for the health professions: Choosing to learn in partnership951-961
Terry M. StewartTools and techniques for scenario based e-learning for New Zealand tertiary students: Prototype to adoption962-972
Katrina Strampel and Ron OliverUsing technology to foster reflection in higher education973-982
Tai, Gillian Xiao-Lian and Yuen, May ChanAuthentic assessment strategies in problem based learning983-993
Jennifer Tan, Kar-Tin Lee and Jennifer Duncan-HowellLearning from research: Digitalising learning in tertiary settings (Poster)994-996
Santhakumari Thanasingam and Swee Kit Alan SoongThe spring cycle blended curriculum model for teaching paragraph writing (Poster)997-1001
Santhakumari Thanasingam and Swee Kit Alan SoongInteraction patterns and knowledge construction using synchronous discussion forums and video to develop oral skills1002-1008
Yin-Leng Theng, Dian Saputra, Schubert Foo Shou-Boon, Wei Boon Gan, Jaganathan Raghavan and Pattabiraman DeviReLOAMS: Towards a community-authored reusable learning objects management system1009-1018
Linda ThompsonPodcasting: The ultimate learning experience and authentic assessment (Poster)1019-1023
Rosemary Thomson and Gail WilsonPromoting staff learning about assessment through digital representations of practice: Evaluating a pilot project1024-1028
Alexei Tretiakov, Roland Kaschek and Eyas El-QawasmehUsing blogs as design primitives in implementing collaborative e-learning systems1029-1035
Jocene Vallack and Ian CharlesonE-roleplay for inquiry into transnational education (Poster)1036-1040
Julie van den Eynde, Peter A. Newcombe and Caroline H. SteelResponding to learners' need for choice: Flexible learning modes for creating an e-learning community1041-1044
Peter Vitartas, Nicola Jayne, Allan Ellis and Stephen RoweStudent adoption of web based video conferencing software: A comparison of three student discipline groups1045-1052
Robert Whelan and Dhiraj BhartuFactors in the deployment of a learning management system at the University of the South Pacific1053-1062
Nicola WhittonMotivation and computer game based learning1063-1067
Julie WillemsDoes style matter? Considering the impact of learning styles in e-learning (Poster)1068-1069
Julie WillemsWhen words fail: A case for multimodality in e-learning1070-1078
Jeremy B. Williams and Amy WongClosed book, invigilated exams versus open book, open web exams: An empirical analysis1079-1083
Jocasta Williams and Michael FardonPerpetual connectivity: Lecture recordings and portable media players1084-1092
Sandra Wills, Elizabeth Devonshire, Elyssebeth Leigh, Elizabeth Rosser, John Shepherd and Andrew VincentEncouraging role based online learning environments (Symposium and Poster)1093-1098
Neil Witt, Anne McDermott, Mike Peters and Mark StoneA knowledge management approach to developing communities of practice amongst university and college staff1099-1103
Helen Wozniak, Mary Jane Mahony, Jenny Pizzica and Marianna KouliasHow do students 'get learning'? Unexpectedly diverse pathways in an activity based, online orientation site1104-1108
Elaine H. J. Yew and Henk G. SchmidtProcess study of verbal interactions in problem based learning1109-1113
Jon Yorke, Alistair Teague & Oliver GoreWidening the net: Encouraging engagement with self directed e-learning resources1114-1120
Frank R. Young and Peter GibbingsLearning flexibility: The environment and a case study1121-1133

Please cite as: Atkinson, R.J., McBeath, C., Soong, S. K. A. & Cheers, C. (Eds) (2007). ICT: Providing choices for learners and learning. Proceedings ascilite Singapore 2007. Centre for Educational Development, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, 2-5 December. http://www.ascilite.org.au/conferences/singapore07/procs/

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