ERIC Number: ED396718
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1996
Reference Count: N/A
Learning Technologies: Prospects and Pathways. Selected papers from EdTech '96 Biennial Conference of the Australian Society for Educational Technology (Melbourne, Australia, July 7-10, 1996).
Hedberg, John G., Ed.; And Others
This book presents a series of conference papers dealing with educational technology. The papers are: "The Role of Educational Technology in Upgrading Teacher Education in Pakistan" (M. Hashim Abbasi and Alex C. Millar); "Report on the Teaching and Learning on the Internet Project--RMIT TAFE" (Laurie Armstrong); "A Dissemination Strategy for Student Adoption of Internet Services" (Roger Atkinson and Geoff Rehn); "PC Based Video on Demand Trials" (Philip Branch and Jennifer Durran); "Getting the Job Done: Distance Learning in the RAAF" (J.R. Dolan); "Distance Teaching With Vision" (Roger Edmonds); "Profiling Computing Coordinators" (Sigrid Edwards and Allan Morton); "Exploring the Multimedia Landscape from a Training and Professional Development Perspective" (Rae Fankhauser and Helmut Lopaczuk); "An Implementation of Interactive Objects on the Web" (Paul Fritze); "EdMOO: One Approach to a Multimedia Collaborative Environment" (Bernard Holkner); "Appropriate Media Versus Multimedia" (G. Kistan (Chandru)); "Factors Affecting Teachers and Trainers in the Use of a Bulletin Board System" (Kar-Tin Lee); "Determining the Scope of Online Delivery at a Traditional Research-Based University" (Jon Mason); "A Combined Video and CAL Package on Advanced Level Library Skills for Open Learning Students" (Iain McAlpine); "A Qualitative Study of Leaning from CAL Programs in Two Tertiary Education Courses" (Iain McAlpine); "Telematics for Higher Order Learning: Challenges and Opportunities" (Catherine McLoughlin); "Establishing Distance Education Networks in New Zealand: Policy Parameters" (Tim McMahon); Establishing Distance Education Networks in New Zealand: Practicalities Past, Present and Future" (Carol Moffatt); "Factors Affecting the Integration of Computers in Western Sydney Secondary Schools" (Allan Morton); "Live Interactive Television" (Ron Oliver and Catherine McLoughlin); "Approaches to Research in a Digital Environment--Who Are the New Researchers?" (Michael Orr and Rae Fankhauser); "Events Management Education Through CD-ROM Simulation at Victoria University of Technology" (Marcia Perry and others); "The Instructional Design Transition from Distance to Flexible Delivery Materials" (Grahame Ramsay); "Designing CBE for Continuing Professional Education" (Keith Rees); "Electronic Classrooms and Lecture Theatres: Design and Use Factors in the Age of the Mass Lecture" (Geoffrey A. Roberts and Philip M. Dunn); "Reconceptualising Pedagogy: Students' Hypertext Stories with Pictures and Words" (Glenn Russell); "Automatization of Student Assessment Using Multimedia Technology" (David Taniar and Wenny Rahayu); and "Perspectives on the Place of Educational Theory in Multimedia" (Martyn Wild). (AEF)
Descriptors: Computer Assisted Instruction, Computer Uses in Education, Delivery Systems, Distance Education, Educational Development, Educational Technology, Electronic Classrooms, Foreign Countries, Information Dissemination, Information Services, Instructional Design, Internet, Multimedia Materials, Professional Development, Student Projects, Teacher Education
AJET Publications Limited, P.O. Box 772, Belconnen, Australian Capital Territory, Australia 2616 (AU$45, includes postage).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Australian Society for Educational Technology, Canberra.