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Hajhashemi, Karim; Caltabiano, Nerina J.; Anderson, Neil – Australian Educational Computing, 2018
Integrating different types of media to deliver course materials to students is increasingly ubiquitous in higher education. Among these computer and Internet-based innovations, digital educational video clips have become prominent due to their capabilities for enhancing learning and teaching, providing deeper thought processes, communication and…
Descriptors: Teacher Attitudes, College Faculty, Video Technology, Technology Uses in Education
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Hajhashemi, Karim; Caltabiano, Nerina; Anderson, Neil – Australian Educational Computing, 2016
In conjunction with the arrival of emerging technologies, many universities are encouraging their educators to rethink and reframe their teaching approaches and delivery methods. Integrating different types of media to enhance delivery of subject materials to higher education students is growing in national and international importance. As a…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, College Students, Rural Youth, Rural Schools
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Courtney, Lyn; Anderson, Neil – Australian Educational Computing, 2010
Students learning in regional, rural and remote locations in Queensland are currently experiencing a "turn-off" in relation to school-based ICT in the first three years of high school. At the same time, students are experiencing increasing levels of interest and motivation from their use of ICT at home. Given the importance of ICT as an…
Descriptors: Focus Groups, Rural Education, Student Attitudes, Computer Attitudes
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Timms, Carolyn; Courtney, Lyn; Anderson, Neil – Australian Educational Computing, 2006
This paper reports on two questions from a survey of year 11 and 12 girls' perceptions of the two advanced computing subjects available within Education Queensland (EQ). The two subjects are Information Processing Technology (IPT) and Information Technology Systems (ITS). Similar to trends in other western countries, the Queensland experience…
Descriptors: Females, Computers, Information Technology, Student Attitudes
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Reading, Chris; Fluck, Andrew; Trinidad, Sue; Smith, Howard; Shaw, Greg; Anderson, Neil; McLoughlin, Catherine; White, Bruce – Australian Educational Computing, 2006
National priorities set by an Australian ministerial taskforce provide clear guidelines to develop pedagogy that integrates ICT. Although these guidelines do not specifically address rural and regional school needs, the two priorities: promoting pedagogic leadership and creating new learning environments, are of particular interest. But how are…
Descriptors: Regional Schools, Rural Schools, Information Technology, Guidelines
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Anderson, Neil; Klein, Mary; Lankshear, Colin – Australian Educational Computing, 2005
This paper reports preliminary work in an ARC Linkage Project involving collaboration among James Cook University, Education Queensland, and Technology One (a Queensland based company). The project aims to identify and interpret factors associated with low female participation rates in Information and Communications Technology (ICT) professional…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Reference Groups, Disproportionate Representation, Focus Groups
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Baskin, Colin; Anderson, Neil – Australian Educational Computing, 2003
This paper begins with three very "public" examples of how education providers across Australia are attempting to assimilate new teaching and learning technologies into existing teaching and learning structures. The transition, as predicted, is not altogether smooth. The dual concepts of the online classrooms as a "self-actualising…
Descriptors: Electronic Learning, Foreign Countries, Discourse Analysis, Figurative Language