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Journal of Learning Design

2012 Volume 5, Number 2

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Exploring a Cross-Institutional Research Collaboration and Innovation: Deploying Social Software and Web 2.0 Technologies to Investigate Online Learning Designs and Interactions in Two Australian Universities

    Dolene Rossi, Henriette van Rensburg, R E. Harreveld, Colin Beer, Damien Clark & P A. Danaher

    One significant manifestation of the proposition of a "classroom without walls" is the online learning environments evident in most contemporary Australian universities. A key element of the... More

    pp. 1-11

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  2. Designing Online Role Plays with a Focus on Story Development to Support Engagement and Critical Learning for Higher Education Students

    Mary Dracup

    Online role plays, as they are designed for use in higher education in Australia and internationally, are active and authentic learning activities (Wills, Leigh & Ip, 2011). In online role plays,... More

    pp. 12-24

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  3. Removing the Walls and Textbook from the Classroom: A Case Study of a Creative Entrepreneurship Class of Multinational Students in South Korea

    Zen Parry & Craig Baird

    Introducing creative elements into the syllabus and pedagogy of an Entrepreneurship class in a business school can be a risky endeavour for an educator and students alike. Populating the class with... More

    pp. 25-37

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  4. Wiki Use that Increases Communication and Collaboration Motivation

    Robyn Davidson

    Communication and collaboration can be readily enabled by the use of many ICT tools. A wiki, which is an easily accessible and editable website, is one such platform that provides the opportunity... More

    pp. 38-49

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  5. Somewhere over the Border: Grammar in a Class of Its Own

    Andrea Duff, Julia Miller, Helen Johnston & Linda S. Bergmann

    The Grammar Gang blog has now passed its fourth anniversary as a borderless, non-proprietary language and learning online classroom. It gives wing to the aspirations of academic staff from four... More

    pp. 50-57

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