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As learning technologies increasingly facilitate the internationalisation of subject offerings, it becomes correspondingly important to try and ensure that the needs of diverse student groups are met, and to provide for ongoing improvement of their learning experiences. A variety of evaluation procedures is valuable in this respect, but particularly those(More)
Understanding structural and cultural school characteristics in relation to educational change: the case of ICT integration Using blogs as a professional development tool for teachers: analysis of interaction behavioral patterns Huei-Using interactive whiteboards to orchestrate classroom dialogue
One of the major advantages of e-learning technologies is the expanded opportunities that they offer for when and where learning takes place. Until recently, little attention has been given to the implications that variation in the learner's context creates for e-learning design. The context of learning with technologies is often considered quite narrowly,(More)
This paper reports on a collaborative staff development activity run across two Australian universities, for academic staff integrating Web 2.0 technologies into their teaching. It describes a three-week long virtual workshop on teaching with wikis, where participants in two groups developed a group project as students and then assessed the work as(More)
This project would not be possible without the participation of approximately 70 teaching academics who contributed their experiences through surveys and interviews, and the observations of staff and students in approximately 20 university subjects who have agreed to pilot good practice guidelines. The views expressed in this document do not necessarily(More)
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