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Mariz, Candice; Stephenson, Jennifer; Carter, Mark – Australian Educational Computing, 2017
Interactive whiteboards are increasing in popularity and prevalence in education. A scoping survey was performed to ascertain the types of documents available from academic databases on the use of interactive whiteboards with school-aged children. More than half of all the identified documents were grey literature: that is, comprised of…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Visual Aids, Bulletin Boards, Educational Research
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Zagami, Jason – Australian Educational Computing, 2015
Analysis of three decades of publications in Australian Educational Computing (AEC) provides insight into the historical trends in Australian educational computing, highlighting an emphasis on pedagogy, comparatively few articles on educational technologies, and strong research topic alignment with similar international journals. Analysis confirms…
Descriptors: Computer Uses in Education, Educational Technology, Periodicals, Journal Articles
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Henderson, Michael; Snyder, Ilana; Beale, Denise – Australian Educational Computing, 2013
Social media are widely seen as having transformational potential in school education. However, there is a surprising lack of empirical research in schools about pedagogical designs using social media and particularly the factors that facilitate or hinder desirable outcomes. Consequently, this article offers a review of the limited empirical…
Descriptors: Social Networks, Web 2.0 Technologies, Cooperative Learning, Literature Reviews
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Lane, Jennifer – Australian Educational Computing, 2005
The comprehensive Girls Tech study undertaken recently by Rutgers University (The World-BankDouglass, 2004) supports the findings of a number of previous studies (Newmarch, 2000; Scott, 1998; Smith, 2005; Walker, 2002) which indicate that some females still view technology as a threatening part of male culture. There is concern about the low…
Descriptors: Educational Strategies, Females, Brain, Foreign Countries