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  • Ariffin, SA; Dyson, LE (Beijing Normal University, 2011-01)
    Mobile learning is a new growth opportunity in developing countries like Malaysia where local content or cultural content which has traditional cultural elements are still novel. Because of the westernisation and globalisation ...
  • Lefoe, G; Parrish, D; Malfroy, J; McKenzie, JA; Ryan, Y (Australian Learning and Teaching Council, 2011-01)
    This reports on a national action-learning based leadership development initiative for subject coordinators, with institutional case studies and development of an adapted framework for leadership development, based on the ...
  • Thompson, DG (Emerald, 2009-01)
    The benefits of an educational shift to graduate attribute development have been foregrounded in the educational literature since the early 1990s. Attribute mapping in documentation with no change to assessment constitutes ...
  • Lee, A; Green, B (Routledge Journals, Taylor & Francis Ltd, 2009-01)
    This article takes up the question of the language within which discussion of research degree supervision is couched and framed, and the consequences of such framings for supervision as a field of pedagogical practice. It ...
  • Rowe, G; Smaill, C; Godfrey, E; Carter, L; Guillemin, B; Andrews, M; Abdulla, W (ASEE, 2010-01)
    Students at risk of failing core second-year electrical-engineering courses are identified by diagnostic testing and early course-work results. At-risk students are provided with supplemental instruction via special
  • Gao, S; Zhang, Z; Wells, J; Hawryszkiewycz, IT (Springer-Verlag Berlin, 2005-01)
    Supporting adaptive learning is one of the key problems for hypertext-based learning applications. This paper proposed a timed Petri Net based approach that provides adaptation to learning activities by controlling the ...
  • Morgan, L; Chodkiewicz, AK (Common Ground Publishing, 2013-01)
    Maintaining support for home languages is one of the most important issues for multilingual societies such as Australia, where almost one in four people live in homes where a language other than English is spoken. The loss ...
  • Raban, R; Litchfield, AJ (Sydney University Press, 2006-01)
  • Andrews, T; Dyson, LE; Wishart, J (International Association for Mobile Learning/QScience.com, 2013-01)
    Ethical concerns about mobile learning have been raised across all sectors of the educational system, sometimes resulting in the banning of mobile phones in schools and retarding the adoption of mobile learning as rapidly ...
  • Maher, D (Routledge, 2010-01)
    This paper reports on a transition project where the Internet as a communication tool was used to facilitate interactions between primary school and high school students. The qualitative case study involved capturing the ...
  • Raban, R; Litchfield, AJ (Learning and Teaching Unit, RMIT University, 2009-01)
    The ability to assess the work of oneself and others are core attributes for professionals. The development of these attributes in our students requires the learning of self and peer evaluation, feedback, reflection and ...
  • Johnston, SF (Australian Association for Engineering Education, 2003-01)
  • Gregory, S; Gregory, B; Hillier, M; Jacka, L; Schutt, S; Ellis, D; Stokes-Thompson, F; Wood, D; Masters, Y; Farley, H; Orwin, L; Stupans, I; Scutter, S; Warren, I; Steel, C; Neuendorf, P; Bower, M; Miller, C; Mathews, S; Butler, D; Hearns, M; Garcia, J; Jegathesan, JJ; Brown, R; Meredith, G; Muir-Cochran, E; Flintoff, K; Grant, S; Atkins, C; Gaukrodger, B; Giovanangeli, A; Le Rossignol, K; Larson, I; Cram, A; Linegar, D; Wang, X; Muir, T; Cleland, B; Paillat, E; Grenfell, J; Hay, L; Gu, N; Williams, A; Simoff, S; Bogdanovych, A; McCarthy, A (ASCILITE, 2012)
    Virtual worlds (VWs) continue to be used extensively in Australia and New Zealand higher education institutions although the tendency towards making unrealistic claims of efficacy and popularity appears to be over. Some ...
  • Jia, W; Zhang, H; He, X; Wu, Q (2006)
    Color ratio gradient (CRG) is a robust method used for color image retrieval and object recognition. It has been proven to be illumination-independent and geometry-insensitive when tested on scenery images. However, the ...
  • Mulligan, J; Prescott, AE; Mitchelmore, M (AAMT, 2003-01)
    Explores the use of pattern imagery in enhancing the spatial skills of students. Discussion on the concept of spatial structuring; Relationship between numerical and spatial patterns; Tasks that may be provided by teachers ...
  • Johns, RE; Ng, S (International Employment Relations Association, 2009-01)
    With Australia an attractive and highly sought after educational destination for many international students, consideration should be given to the difficulties experienced by this important student cohort. This paper aims ...
  • Boud, D. J; Solomon, N. V; Leontios, M.; Staron, M. (National Institute of Adult Continuing Education, 2001)
  • Scheeres, HB (Faculty of Education, UTS, 2007-01)
    In this paper I discuss changing work practices in post-bureaucratic organisations (Heckscher and Donellon 1994, Iedema 2003) as a move from a focus on how those in control formulate what is to happen at the level of work, ...
  • Boud, D; Rooney, D; Solomon, N (2009-05)
    Learning in workplaces is always mediated through talk. It is tempting for management to seek to utilise everyday talk as part of learning and therefore enhance productivity. This paper examines the responses of workers ...
  • Boud, D; Rooney, D; Solomon, N (2009-05)
    Learning in workplaces is always mediated through talk. It is tempting for management to seek to utilise everyday talk as part of learning and therefore enhance productivity. This paper examines the responses of workers ...