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Journal of Learning Design

2010 Volume 3, Number 2

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Number of articles: 5

  1. There, yet Not There: Human Relationships with Technology

    Margaret Lloyd

    There is a "reality" to being online which we know to be false. We are simultaneously "there" but "not there" as we talk, work and play with others in online spaces. We move between physical and... More

    pp. 1-13

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  2. Developing Consistency in Teacher Judgement Formation through Online Meeting Centres

    Lenore Adie

    This paper investigates the complex interactions that occur as teachers meet online to justify and negotiate their assessment judgements of student work across relatively large and geographically... More

    pp. 14-26

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  3. Student Perceptions of the Impact of Online Discussion Forum Participation on Learning Outcomes

    Jennie Jahnke

    Choosing the "right" type of technology, either synchronous or asynchronous, to facilitate learning outcomes is a new challenge as the pace of emerging technologies increases and diversifies.... More

    pp. 27-34

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  4. Blogs, Wikis and Podcasts--Collaborative Knowledge Building Tools in a Design and Technology Course

    Vinesh Chandra & Christina Chalmers

    Design and Technology has become an important part of the school curriculum. In Queensland, Australia, Technology (which encompasses Design) is one of the Key Learning Areas (KLAs) for students in ... More

    pp. 35-49

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  5. Matching Intention with Agency: Lessons from Practice

    Stephanie Beames, Val Klenowski & Margaret Lloyd

    The research project described in this paper was designed to explore the potential of a wiki to facilitate collaboration and to reduce the isolation of postgraduate students enrolled in a... More

    pp. 50-60

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