19. ASCILITE 2002:
Auckland, New Zealand Andy Williamson, Cathy Gunn, Alison Young, Tony Clear (Eds.):
Winds of Changing in the Sea of Learning, Proceedings of the 19th Annual Conference of the Australian Society for Computers in Tertiary Education (ASCILITE), Auckland, New Zealand, 8-11 December 2002.
UNITEC Institute of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand 2002, ISBN 0-473-09119-4
- Shirley Agostinho, Ron Oliver, Barry Harper, John G. Hedberg, Sandra Wills:
A tool to evalutate the potential for an ict-based learning design to foster "high-quality learning".
- Néstor E. Aguilera, George Fernandez, Gary Fitz-Gerald:
Addressing different cognitive levels for on-line learning.
- Shirley Alexander, Peter Kandlbinder, Elisabeth Howson, Lawrence Lukito, Andrew Francois, Simon Housego:
Simassessment: enhancing academics' understanding of assessment through computer simulation.
- Tom Boyle:
Design principles for authoring dynamic, reusable learning objects.
- Gwyn Brickell, Brian Ferry, Barry Harper:
Developing informal reasoning skills in ill-structured environments. A case study into problem-solving strategies.
- Joanna Bull, Grainne Conole, Hugh C. Davis, Su White, Myles Danson, Niall Sclater:
Rethinking assessment through learning technologies.
- Tony Clear:
Genre structuring in a web-based groupware medium: the evolution of project progress report.
- Gillian Collom, Alexis Dallas, Rod Jong, Regina Obexer:
Six months in a leaky boat: framing the knowledge and skills needed to teach well online.
- Grainne Conole, Ted Smith, Tom Franklin:
A review of the technologies application programme - perspectives on teaching and learning.
- Martyn Cooper, Alexis A. Donnelly, José M. M. Ferreira:
Remote controlled experiments for teaching over the internet: a comparision of approaches developed in the pearl project.
- Geoffrey Crisp:
A model for the implementation and sustainability of a course management system in a research university.
- Sarah Currier, Lorna M. Campbell:
Evaluating learning resources for reusability: the "dner & learning objects" study.
- Barney Dalgarno, John G. Hedberg, Barry Harper:
The contribution of 3D environments to conceptual understanding.
- James Dalziel:
Reflections on the colis (collaborative online learning and information systems) demonstrator project and the "learning object lifecycle".
- Cheryl B. DeLuca:
Implementing compouter conferencing into a seminar course to facilitate discussions with pre-service and first year teachers.
- Claire Donald, Mark Northover, Tony Koppi, Gill Matthews:
An educational design plan for professional develpment about online learning and teaching: scarie!
- Laurel Evelyn Dyson:
Design for a culturally affirming indigenous computer literacy course.
- Ainslie Ellis, Selby Markham, Janet Munro, Judy Sheard:
Disseminating innovation and best practice in ICT education: the ICT-ed-database.
- Francisco Escobar, Isaac Francés, Ian D. Bishop, Andre Zerger:
Evaluating a multimedia-based tool for self-learning geographic information systems.
- Jill Evans:
The filter generic image dataset: a model for the creation of image-based learning & teaching resources.
- Emma Felton, Peter Evans:
Collaborative staff development across a diverse organisation.
- Cathy Gunn, Ross McCormick, Michelle L. L. Honey:
The cahllenge of change: introducing flexible learning into a traditional medical and health sciences faculty.
- Steven Hatch:
The online university: the students' perspective.
- Igor Hawryszkiewycz:
Designing learning activities from learning objects.
- John G. Hedberg:
Ensuring high quality thinking and scaffolding learning in an online world.
- Lyn Henderson, Ian Putt, Geoff Coombs:
Mental models of teaching and learning with the www.
- Jan Herrington, Ron Oliver, Thomas C. Reeves:
Patterns of engagement in authentic online learning environments.
- Dale Holt, Mary Rice, Christine Armatas:
Issues arising from an online resource-based learning approach in first year psychology.
- Deborah Ingram, Anthony Gilding:
Centralised decentralised professional development models: supporting the long term use of information and communication technology (ICT) in higher education.
- Chris Jones:
Situation, learning and design: contexts for educational use of computer networks.
- Deborah Jones, Lyn Atkinson, Mary Toohey:
A team-based approach to the production of online courseware (case study).
- Jane Kemelfield:
Professional development for flexible learning and teaching: a comparative analysis of LEARNSCOPE, 2001 - 2002.
- David M. Kennedy:
Visual mapping: a tool for design, development and communication in the development of IT-rich learning environments.
- Mike Keppell, Karen Kan, Louise Brearley Messer, Heather Bione:
Authentic learning interactions: myth or reality?
- Catherine Lang, Sharmini Thurairasa, Graham Farrell:
Implementing a computer training package to accomodate an increasingly computer literate cohort.
- Geraldine Lefoe, Rebecca M. Albury:
Creating new learning environments off campus in the faculty of arts: what impact ono teaching and learning on campus?
- Jacqui Limberger, Heather Cameron:
A voyage of discovery - developing an online learning program for cross-cultural awareness.
- Kristina Love, Bradley Shrimpton:
Can one size fit all? The case study of a cd rom in teacher education.
- Joe Luca, Ron Oliver:
Developing an instructional design strategy to support generic skills development.
- Kathy Lynch, Andrew Barnden, Angela Carbone, Christabel Gonsalvez:
Are we there yet? It graduates - bauhaus style.
- Margaret Mazzolini, Sarah Maddison:
Does gender influence discussion forum participation in online education?
- Jacquie McDonald, Shirley Reushle:
Charting the role of the online teacher in higher education: winds of change.
- Catherine McLoughlin, Joe Luca:
Keeping an anchor watch: industry partnership a basis for learning.
- Carmel McNaught, Andrew Burd, Kevin Whithear, John Prescott, Glenn Browning:
It takes more than metadata and stories of success: understanding barriers to reuse of computer-facilitated learning resources.
- Maggie McPherson, Miguel Baptista Nunes, Lisa Harris:
It is an inertia thing, no-one uses it, so no-one uses it: the failure of a virtual social space (vss) intended to create a learning community.
- Mark A. Nichols:
Development of a quality assurance system for e-learning projects.
- Mark Northover:
Online discussion boards - friend or foe?
- Meg O'Reilly, Allan Ellis:
In at the deep end -swapping roles through staff development online.
- Peter K. Oriogun, Fiona French, Richard Haynes:
Using the enhanced problem-based learning grid: three multimedia case studies.
- Mary Peat, Sue Franklin:
Use of online and offline formative and summative assessment opportunities: have they had any impact on student learning?
- Renata Phelps, Allan Ellis:
Overcoming computer anxiety through reflection on attribution.
- Rob Phillips, Catherine Baudains, Mike van Keulen:
An evaluation of student learning in a web-supported unit on plant diversity.
- Catherine Pocknee, Diane Robbie:
Surveyor: A case study of a web-based survey tool for academics.
- Sarah Porter:
How to manage the widespread use of learning technology: managed learning environments.
- Tim S. Roberts:
Flexible learning: how can we get there from here?
- Angela Schlotzer, Alison Ruth:
Reeling in D.E. students: equitable professional development for it students through CMC.
- Kerry L. Shephard:
Integrating national initiatives and local developments: streaming video to support nurse education in the UK.
- Janet Shepherd, Jean Clendinning, Lynette Schaverien:
Rethinking e-learning design on generative learning principles.
- Willy Sher, Anthony Williams, Ron Sharkey:
The implementation of a university-wide electronic reflective journal to facilitate the development of core skills.
- Don Sheridan, David White, Lesley A. Gardner:
Cecil: the first web-based LMS.
- Rod Sims, Sue Franklin, Margaret Lindsay:
Trends, fads, and futures: computers in learning in tertiary education, 1983-2002.
- Rod Sims, Deborah Jones:
Continuous improvement through shared understanding: reconceptualising instructional design for online learning.
- Paul Smith, Emma Place, Kate Sharp, Simon Price:
Technical architecture of the RDN virtual training suite: a national e-learning resource for the UK.
- Lesley Treleaven:
Drowning in information: evaluating web-mediated collaborative learning.
- Steven D. Tripp:
A path or a map?
- Nghi Truong, Peter Bancroft, Paul Roe:
ELP - a web envrionment for learning to program.
- Jan Turbil:
From face-to-face teaching to online distance education classes: some challenges and surprises.
- Chris van der Craats, Jim McGovern, Linda Pannan:
A five-level approach to the large-scale development and delivery of online programs.
- Cristina Varsavsky, Wendy A. McKenzie, Geoff Romeo, Leonard Webster:
Interlearn - A tool for collaborative learning.
- Tony Visser, Jim Woolford:
"Why swallow the silicon snake oil?" mainstreaming online learning in teacher education.
- Debbi Weaver, Yvonne Button, Anthony Gilding:
Implementation of a learning management system using an integrated approach to professional development.
- Jeremy B. Williams:
The plagiarism problem: are students entirely to blame?
- Andy Williamson, Ruth DeSouza:
Creating online discursive spaces that legitimate alternative ways of knowing.
- Heather Yeatman, Lori Lockyer:
Generic skills development: integrating ICT in professional preparation.
- Peter Ziewer, Helmut Seidl:
- C. P. Zuluaga, E. J. S. Morris, G. Fernandez:
Cost-effective development and delivery of 100% online I. T. courses.
- Garry Allan, Kathleen Gray, Val Freda:
Desktop IP videoconferencing as an effective tool for online delivery.
- Andrelyn Aplebee, Coralie McCormack, Peter Donnan:
When technology, teaching and evaluation intersect ethical dilemmas arise: student evaluation of online teaching.
- Stewart Barnet, Mary Jane Mahony, Tim Shaw:
Practices-based can make online perfect: studyage online.
- Cori Barrett, Joe Luca:
Open online assessment: keeping the tutors honest!
- Gill Butland, Ros O'Leary, Julian Cook, Ellen Sims:
Anoraks to the rescue.
- Julian Cook, Nick Crabb:
Genuine thinking or random button pressing? self-assessment design in computer-based learning materials.
- Linda Creanor:
Dialog on: online learning and social dialogue in the european trade union sector.
- Geoffrey Crisp:
Using java aplets to help make online assessment interactive.
- H. Y. Dalgleish, B. R. P. Dawson:
A secondment mechanism for enhancing the use of learning technology.
- Kathleen Gray, Garry Allan:
Using a database web survey to manage student feedback about courses: building a learning community around quality.
- Anthony Herrington, Jan Herrington, Arshad Omari:
Using the internet to provide authentic professional development for beginning teachers.
- David Hirst, Jeanette Hoorn, Barbara Creed:
Analysis of the moving image online using a web-based question system.
- Simon Housego:
Boundary crossing in a communicty of communities of practice.
- Martin Jenkins, Susan Armitage:
Implementing and supporting virtual learning environments (VLES).
- Greta C. Kelly:
A powerful virtual learning environment.
- Joe Luca, Catherine McLoughlin:
A question of balance: using self and peer assessment effectively in teamwork.
- Penney McFarlane, Anne Fuller, Cam Le Lam:
Fostering online learning communities through instructor networking.
- Catherine McLoughlin, Nick Reid:
Seachange: design of online quiz questions to foster deep learning.
- James Meek, Lori Lockyer:
Trying something different in training: tip.
- Nora Mogey, Rachel Ellaway, Wilma Alexander:
The cube and the advantages of assimilation.
- John Montgomery:
A judicious mix of technology and teachers: online teaching of critical thinking in legal education.
- Nigel Munro-Smith:
A tale of two cities: computer mediated teaching & learning in Melbourne and Singapore.
- Ken Newman:
Taking the community for a ride.
- Karen Yeok-Hwa Ngeow:
Teacher assessment of computer-mediated discussions.
- Karen Ngeow, Karen Y. S. Kong:
Designing culturally sensitive learning environments.
- Mary Panko:
Small group learning in online discussions: staying in your own backyard or peering over the garden fence?
- Rosemary Phillimore:
- Ellen Sims, Ros O'Leary, Julian Cook, Gill Butland:
Visual literacy: what is it and do we need it to use learning technologies effectively?
- Stephen Thorpe, Philip Carter, Andrea Baker, Blake Lough:
The use of a large interactive display surface (lids) prototype in graphic design teaching.
- Dominic Upton, Carol D. Cooper:
Do students need, use, like and want an on-line health psychology course?
- Andy Williamson, Carolyn Nodder:
Using online learning to enable reflection upon authentic tasks.
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- Stephen Bright:
Evaluating online teaching: a portfolio approach.
- Wendy Chalmers:
Practical learning supports for lecturers and students new to WEBCT and online delivery.
- Elizabeth Devonshire, Robyn Lowe, Maree Gosper:
Piloting the use of ICTS in the school setting: lessons learned.
- Ross Dewstow, Patrick Kunz, Peter Moodie, Joanna Tarnowska, Noeline Wright:
The wiced® way.
- Kay Fielden, Pam Malcolm:
Widening the gap online: a case study.
- Jeff Haywood, Rob Sands, Mark Wetton, Brian Denholm, Bryan MacGregor, Anne-Marie Scott, Bruce Johnson, Peter Pratt:
Bringing it all together: the Edinburgh student portal.
- Patrick James, Ian W. Roberts:
"Full steam ahead": managing the learning environment of an Australiawide research training program in the earth and environmental sciences.
- Theresa Kinnison:
Ferl - a national resource for information learning technology.
- Patrick Kunz:
Support online teaching: bring pedagogical, technological and organisational aspects together.
- James Meek:
Our use of characters.
- Mark A. Nichols:
Management of e-learning budgets in New Zealand.
- Christine Prasad:
Storytelling in computer programming.
- Miranda Rose, Elizabeth Devonshire:
Embedding online reflection activities into curriculum: considerations in indigeneous health practice.
- Susan Shannon, Ian Roberts:
Triple bottom line for online learning investments.
- Stephen Skelton:
Towards an approximation of life - artificial intelligence in games development.
- Carol Storey, Elizabeth Nicholson, Elaine Lawler:
Strategies for retention and success of special group students utilising a technology approach.
- Shona Wilson, Denise Dignam, Eleanor Hay:
Addressing the digital divide between nursing practice and education using a personal digital assistant (PDA).