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 Browse by Research Fields, Courses and Disciplines The Research Fields, Courses and Disciplines (Australian Standard Research Classification) is published by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS catalogue number 1297.0) 1998. ABS data is used with permission from the Australian Bureau of Statistics -> 330000 Education -> 330100 Education Studies -> 330107 Educational Technology and Media :

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Bahr, M. (2001) A brave new world of information. Social Alternatives, 20 1: 41-46. 145  
McGuire, T., Jackson, C., Dommers, E. and Nyst, P. (1999). A general practitioner prescribing educational intervention involving a medication panel. In: P. Tenni and J. Hughes, Proceedings of Society of Hospital Pharmacists of Australia 24th Federal Conference. SHPA 24th Federal Conference, Perth, WA, (81). 25-28 Nov. 1999. 59  
A general practitioner prescribing educational intervention involving a medication panel: A model for the future (2000) . Edited by McGuire, T., Jackson, C., Dommers, E. and Nyst, P.. Quality Use of Medicines Conference, 13-14 Jul. 1999, Brisbane. 38  
Neil, David, Wadley, David and Phinn, Stuart (1999) A Generic Framework for Criterion-Referenced Assessment of Undergraduate Essays. Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 23 3: 303-325. doi:10.1080/03098269985263 427 2315 5 Cited 9 times in Scopus9 0
Dommers, E., Jackson, C. L., McGuire, T. and Nyst, P. E. (1999) A GP prescribing education intervention involving a medication panel. Australian Family Physician, 28 11: 1191-1195. 60  
Overfield, J.A. and Lluka, L.J. (2003) An evaluation of factors affecting computer-based learning in haemostasis: A cultural experience. Bioscience Education E-Journal, 1 1: 1-9. 96  
Murray, M. H. and Lonne, B. (2006) An innovative use of the web to build graduate team skills. Teaching In Higher Education, 11 1: 63-77. doi:10.1080/13562510500400149 82   1 Cited 4 times in Scopus4 0
Pollard, J. R. and Duke, R. W. (2005). A reference architecture for instructional educational software. In: G. Low, Conferences in research and practice in information technology: ICT In Education. South East Asia Regional Computer Confederation (SEARCC) 2005, Sydney, Australia, (43-52). 28 - 30 September, 2005. 78  
Andrews, T. and Rohner, C. (2002). Baby Steps - Training and Supporting Lecturers in the Pedagogical Use of Online Bulletin Boards. In: WebCT Asia Pacific 2002 Conference. WebCT Asic Pacific 2002 Conference, Melbourne, (). 25-27 May 2002. 65  
Lloyd, J., Moni, K B and Jobling, M A (2006) Breaking the hype cycle: Using the computer effectively with learners with intellectual disabilities. Down Syndrome Research and Practice, 9 3: 68-74. doi:10.3104/practice.296 55   Cited 10 times in Scopus10 0
Jolly, L. and Van Den Eynde, J. A. (2006) Building 'Riverbend'. The International Journal of Technology Knowledge and Society, 2 1: 49-57. 64  
Stewart, Terry M., MacIntyre, William R. and Galea, Victor J. (2005). Challenge FRAP - A combination guide and reporting tool for problem-based exercises. In Chee-Kit Looi, David H Jonassen and Mitsuru Ikeda (Ed.), Towards sustainable and scalable educational innovations informed by the learning sciences : sharing good practices of research, experimentation and innovation (pp. 444-451) Washington DC U.S.A.: IOS Press. 75  
Galea, V. J., Stewart, T. and Steel, C. H. (2007). Challenge FRAP: An e-learning tool used to scaffold authentic problem-solving processes. In: Ascilite Singapore 2007. ICT: Providing Choices for Learners and Learning, Singapore, (309-320). 2-5 December 2007. 81   Cited 0 times in Scopus0
Humphries, J. and Radcliffe, D. F. (2004). Coherent design of active online learning environments. In: C Snook and D Thorpe, Proceedings of the 15th Annual AAEE Conference and the 10th Australasian Women in Engineering Forum. Proceedings of the 15th Annual AAEE Conference and the 10th Australasian Women in Engineering Forum, Toowoomba, (289-299). 27-29 September 2004. 57  
Radcliffe, D. F. and Clark, N. (2003). Collaborative design of a global sustainability knowledge network for engineers. In: A. Folkeson, K. Gralen, M. Norell and U. Sellgren, Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Engineering Design: ICED 03. 14th International Conference on Engineering Design (ICED 03), Stockholm, Sweden, (1-10). 19-21 August 2003. 42  
Birch, Colin J. and Rickert, Kenwyn G. (1999). Computer Based Learning - Dealing with Increasing Knowledge Volume and Declining Teaching Resources. In: Schiefer, G., Helbig, R. and Rickert, U., Second European Conference of the European Federation for Information Technology in Agriculture, Food and the Environment, Bonn, Germany, (519-526). 27-30 September, 1999. 320 684
Gitsaki, Christina (2005). Course design to promote student autonomy and lifelong learning skills: A Japanese example. In: H. Anderson, M. Hobbs, J. Jones-Parry, S. Logan and S. Lotovale, Supporting Independent Learning in the 21st Century: Proceedings of the Independent Learning Association Conference Inaugural – 2005. The 2nd Independent Learning Association Oceania Conference, Auckland, New Zealand, (1-10). 9-12 September 2005. 227 140
Robertson, B. F., Walther, J. and Radcliffe, D. F. (2007) Creativity and the use of CAD tools: Lessons for engineering design education from industry. Journal of Mechanical Design, 129 7: 753-760. doi:10.1115/1.2722329 163   9 Cited 14 times in Scopus14 0
Koh, A. S. L. (2001) Critical cyber pedagogy: Doing multiliteracies in the Singapore classrooms. Education Journal, 29 1: 33-46. 107  
Luke, C. (2003). Critical media and cultural studies in new times. In Tony Lavender and Birgitte Tufte and Dafma Lemish (Ed.), Global Trends in Media Education: Policies and Practices (pp. 105-117) Cresskill New Jersey: Hampton Press. 66  
Confrey, Jere and Makar, Katie M. (2005). Critiquing and improving the use of data from high-stakes tests with the aid of dynamic statistics software. In Chris Dede, James P. Honan and Laurence C. Peters (Ed.), Scaling up success: Lessons learned from technology-based educational improvement (pp. 198-226) San Francisco, CA, Australia: Jossey-Bass. 127 182
Champion, Erik Malcolm (2004). Cultural Learning in Virtual Environments. In: Thwaites, Hal, VSMM2004 Hybrid Realities: Digital Partners, Softopia Japan, Ogaki City, Japan, (). 17-19 November, 2004. 360 771
Luke, C (2006). Cyberpedagogy. In J. Weiss, J. Nolan, J. Hunsinger and P. Trifonas (Ed.), International Handbook of Virtual Learning Environments (pp. 269-277) Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer. 53  
Kapitzke, C. (1999). Cyber pedagogy as critical social practice in a teacher education program. In: Global Issues and Local Effects: The Challenge for Educational Research. Australian Association for Research in Education Conference, Melbourne, (). 27 Nov - 2 Dec 1999. 45  
Kapitzke, C. (2000) Cyber pedagogy as critical social practice in a teacher education program. Teaching Education, 11 2: 211-229. doi:10.1080/713698968 55   0
Koh, A. (2000). Cyber pedagogy as new 'literacies'. In: New 'Literacies': Educational Response to a Knowledge-Based Society. ERA-AME-AMIC Joint Conference 2000, Singapore, (53). 4-6 September 2000. 60  
Iyer, R. (2002). De-centring women's issues: Pedagogical implications of 'becoming women' entrepreneurs. In V. Carrington, J. Mitchell, S. Rawolle and A. Zavros (Ed.), Troubling Practice (pp. 91-106) Flaxton, Qld: Post Pressed. 37  
Honan, E. M. (2006) Deficit discourses within the digital divide. English in Australia, 41 3: 36-43. 116 3
Johnston, M. E. and Steel, C. H. (2005). Designing a case on plant physiology for the real world. In: R. Drew, J. Janick, A. Biggs, K. Byung-Dong, A. Monteiro, R. Prange and M. Schenk, Proceedings of the International Symposium on Harnessing the Potential of Horticulture in the Asian-Pacific. Int. Symposium on Harnessing the Potential of Horticulture in the Asian-Pacific, Coolum, Australia, (363-367). 1-3 September, 2004. 64   0
Wyeth, P. (2002) Designing technology for young children: Moving from the computer into the physical world with electronic blocks. Information Technology in Childhood Education, 2002 1: 219-244. 64  
Koh, Aaron (2002). 'Design' in visual culture: Re-presenting social (dis)order. In: Ute: Culture: the utility of culture and the uses of Cultural Studies. Cultural Studies Association of Australia 2nd Conference, Melbourne, Australia, (). 5-7 December 2002. 38  
Humphries, J. and Radcliffe, D. F. (2004). Design of e-learning environments for engineering design students. In: P Lloyd, N Roozenburg, C McMahon and L Brodhurst, International Engineering and Product Design Education Conference Proceedings - The 2nd International Engineering and Product Design Education Conference. 2nd International Engineering and Product Design Education Coe, The Netherlands, (457-464). 2-3 September 2004. 75  
Keniger, M. D. and Darch, Helen (1996). Developing an internet based image database for teaching, learning, and research activities. In: Educational Technology 2000: A Global Vision for Open and Distance Learning, Singapore, (177-182). 15-17 August, 1996. 70  
Wyeth, P. and Purchase, H. (1999). Developmentally appropriate learning: Implications for early childhood technology education. In: L. Baggott and J. Nichol, Proceedings of the Ninth International PEG Conference: Intelligent Computer and Communications Technology: Teaching and Learning for the 21st Century. PEG99, Exeter, England, (115-122). 10-12 July 1999. 28  
Lenoy, Max W. (1999). Digital dilemmas: deconstructing the indigenous presence on the internet. In: Learning IT together. Learning IT together, Brisbane, (). April 1999. 26  
Honan, E M (2006). Disrupting the digital divide. In: J. Rennie, AATE & ALEA National Conference 2006. Voices, vibes, visions: Hearing the voices, feeling the vibess, 8-11 July 2006, (not found-not found). Darwin. 71  
Freebody, P. R. (2005) Does the use of online curriculum content enhance motivation, engagement and learning? The Le@rning Federation Trial Review Australia: TLF 121  
Luke, C. (2001) Dot.com culture: Buzzing down the on-ramps of the superhighway. Social Alternatives, 20 1: 8-13. 152  
Green, P. F. and Lamb, D. (1999). Effective flexible delivery: Some lessons learnt. In: Proceedings of Effective Courses/Effective Teaching at University: Reflection on Practice/Practice for Reflection. Effective Courses/Effective Teaching at University, University of Queensland, Australia, (1-6). 1-2 November, 1999. 38  
Wyeth, Peta. (2003). Electronic blocks : a new resource for technology education PhD Thesis, School of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering, The University of Queensland. 154 1
Kapitzke, C. (2002). E-literacies and cybraries. In S. Capra and J. Ryan (Ed.), Problems are the Solution: Keys to Lifelong Learning (pp. 77-88) Capalaba, Qld: Capra Ryan & Associates. 61  
Dall'Alba, Gloria and Barnacle, Robyn (2005) Embodied knowing in online environments. Educational Philosophy and Theory, 37 5: 719-744. doi:10.1111/j.1469-5812.2005.00153.x 105 5 0
Stewart, T. M., MacIntyre, W. R., Galea, V. J. and Steel, C. H. (2007) Enhancing problem-based learning designs with a single e-learning scaffolding tool: Two case studies using Challenge FRAP. Interactive Learning Environments, 15 1: 77-91. doi:10.1080/10494820601058780 183   7 Cited 13 times in Scopus13 0
Andrews, T. and Schwarz, G. (2001). Evaluating the Effects of Working and Communicating in Virtual Teams: An Insight into Virtual Teaching and Learning Practices. In: ADLAA 2001 Education Odyssey: Continuing the Journey, Australian Technology Park, Sydney, (). 24-27 September 2001. 94  
Wyeth, P. and Purchase, H. (1999). Exploring the learning potential of an artificial life simulation. In: L Baggott and J Nichol, Proceedings of the Ninth International PEG Conference: Intelligent Computer and Communications Technology: Teaching and Learning for the 21st Century. PEG99, Exeter, England, (35-44). 10-12 July 1999. 23  
Wyeth, P. A. and Purchase, H. (2001) Exploring the learning potential of an artificial life simulation. International Journal of Continuing Engineering Education and Life-Long Learning, 11 3: 229-241. 47   Cited 0 times in Scopus0
Andrews, T. and Klease, G. (2002) Extending Learning Opportunities through a virtual faculty. International Journal of Educational Technology, 3 1: 1-11. 60  
Final Answer: The Question of Summative eAssessment (2014) . Edited by Mathew Hillier. eAssessment Scotland 2014, 8-19 September 2014, Online Conference. 57  
Radcliffe, D. F. and Brown, A. (2003). Fostering professional development through integrating work and formal learning. In: R. H. Davis, 33rd Annual Frontiers in Education. 33rd ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference (FIE 2003), Colorado, U.S.A., (16-21). 5-8 November 2003. doi:10.1109/FIE.2003.1264754 45   0
Steel, C. (2005). Game for change? Balancing an enterprise-level LMS implementation. In: H. Goss, Balance, Fidelity, Mobility: maintaining the momentum? Proceedings of the 22nd ascilite conference. ascilite 2005: Balance, Fidelity, Mobility: maintaining the momentum?, Brisbane, (637-646). 4-7 December, 2005. 108  

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