Australian Society for Educational Technology

Learning Environment Technology 94

This book contains selected papers presented at the Learning Environment Technology Conference ("LETA 94"), held at the University of Adelaide, South Australia, 25-28 September 1994. LETA 94 incorporated the Australian Society for Educational Technology's 1994 biennial conference, EdTech'94. The conference combined three main themes:
  • new information technology and telecommunications in the learning environment
  • managing future learning environments in which technology will be a significant factor
  • the built technology of the learning environment
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Roger AtkinsonRelating computer communications technologies to educational and community purposes1-8
Mary AyreThe role of educational technology in supporting learner managed learning in continuing professional education9-14
Stephen Michael BarnettUsing the electronic paper clip15-19
Peter Barrett and
Jeff Phillips
Design and deliver20-23
Andrew BrownComputing in performing arts education and practice24-26
Alan Burton and
Sue Wynn
Making the most of electronic media for teaching and learning27-32
Kathryn CrawfordIssues of interface design to support teacher authorship of computer based learning environments33-37
Helen Plant and
John Dekkers
Multimedia instruction of operators in open cut and underground coal mines38-43
Susan L DobieNEXUS: An exciting component of learning across the curriculum44
Julie DowCollaborative writing in cyberspace: A case study45-51
Barry F DrewReturn on qualifications52-55
Gawain DuncanThe implications of the convergence of computing and communications systems on education56
Adrianne Dymalla,
Bernadette Kent and
Ann Russell
Towards successful computer based learning - the complete process57-62
Roger EdmondsCurriculum delivery by desktop compressed video conferencing63-65
Allan EllisThe "Virtual classroom": Education and training in the 90s66-71
Makio Fukuda and
Sinji Kimura
The role of hand writing input system in learning Japanese writing72
Robert Farnan,
Tony Kastanos and
Phil Callen
"Electronic Songlines": Computer technology in a collaborative and cross disciplinary context73-74
Kenn FisherFlexible learning and the "electronic classroom"75-80
Henrique J HardingThe built technology of the learning environment81-91
John C Hedberg,
Barry Harper and
Christine Brown
Interfaces to interactive multimedia learning environments92-100
Peter HooperPort Adelaide Campus Brief - Regency Institute of TAFE: "The architectural response"101-105
David HorsellSpecial education technology for students with disabilities106-111
Thomas HughesCD-ROM in the music classroom112-116
Brian JacobiThe Immanuel experience: Managing technological change117-119
Patrick R JamesMedia integration in teaching and learning: Best practice in the electronic classroom120-127
Geoffrey Jones,
Noel Mobiha and
Geoffrey Bryant
Papua New Guinea Lainim Net: Fact or fiction128-134
Grace KennyThe implications of information technology for the 16-19 age group in the United Kingdom135-140
Craig Kerwin and
Adam Smith
Software development in the learning environment141-145
Bruce KingPoint and partnerships in contemporary education146-150
John KirkUsing communications technology to increase participation in the delivery of international education151-157
Brian March,
Peter Dalwood and
Kerry Hudson
Digital imaging in asset management158-160
Philip Marriott and
Michael Brittain
InfoTrain: An international electronic training journal161-162
Valery Meskov and
Vladimir Mironov
Reform of the high school of Russia: Reality and perspectives163-164
Suresh MunbodhTraining in pneumatics and hydraulics control systems165-167
Brian MurphyChanging roles - Rumpole or Bullingham?168-172
Kazuhiko NakayamaIntelligent school: A trial in Japan toward 21st century learning environment technology173-177
Shelagh NationPhysical facilities for an educational system in transition in South Africa178-182
Liddy NevileAdvanced computational environments for education183-186
Paul NewhouseCreating computer supported learning environments: A three year study187-194
Stuart NivenA Policy for learning resources: Formulation and implementation195-199
Seamus O'GradyEducational video conferencing enters the Australian schooling sector200-207
Kathy Paige and
Ros Treadwell
Technology and the curriculum208-212
Carolyn PalmerTechnology to break down the barriers for students with vision impairment213-218
Don ParkesAudio tactile systems for designing and learning complex environments as a vision impaired person: Static and dynamic spatial information access219-223
Mary-Louise ParkinsonInformation networking and schools: The international scene: How the network is changing our schools224-227
Judi Pattinson and
Dianne Thiele
Evaluation of flexible learning systems at Tea Tree Gully Campus of Torrens Valley Institute of Vocational Education228-233
Barry PeekMeasuring learning and increasing productivity with the Computer Aided Testing System234-237
Sonia Poorun,
Kerry Eyles and
Franciso Gurovich
A multi-disciplinary approach to re-purposing a documentary into an educational interactive238-242
Jeff PorterUser requirements and issues arising from the increased use of technology in learning environments in vocational education - (Asset strategies)243-247
Peter PoteralskiComputer based assessment: Design considerations248-254
Colin PowerInternational collaboration and facilitation of learning environment technology*web only
Douglas Purcell,
Andrew Smith and
Donald Strempel
Using technology in adult literacy and basic education classrooms: The Australian National Staff Development presentation package255-258
Geoff RehnSoftware tools for dialup Internet access259-269
Lesley Richardson,
Peter Pemberton and
Tom Duncan
Using home entertainment technology for higher education270-274
Nigel RussellLessons from the Gobi Desert275-281
Michael SachsseBut will it work for a "brownfield" site? Tea Tree Gully three years on282-286
John SandlerAn integrated approach to a store based CBT package287-289
John SchillerTeaching with telecommunications technology in an educational administration course290-295
Kym SchutzInteractive multimedia hairdressing on CD-ROM296-299
Christine Smith and
Donald Strempel
Successful learning in vocational and basic education using CAL, CBL and CML300-306
Gerry SmithKnowledge workers for the future307-313
Steven SmithThe Computer Managed Learning System314-315
Geoff SnowdonElectronic options for communicating from science centres towards the 21st century316-317
Malcolm SpargoScotch College Adelaide's Information Technology Project: A catalyst for change318-325
Professor Sir Colin
The built technology of the learning environment326-329
Judy SteeleJapanese language instruction: Telematics in distance education330-331
George Lee StuartThe virtual university: Some practical considerations332-337
Mind C SutariaInternational cooperation in learning environment technology: Asian perspective338-343
John WaddickThe use of technology as an alternative to traditional lecturing methods344-347
Judith WalkerCreating a learning environment: Focus on a region348-350
John WarrenTechnology... Opiate of the intelligentsia... or ... interactive multimedia: Glitz and glamour or the new orthodoxy!351-352
Leonard L WebsterThe educational development of computer assisted simulations for distance education353-356
Norman E WillisBarriers to progress357-360

Bibliographic details

Steele, James and Hedberg, John (eds) (1994). Learning Environment Technology: Selected papers from LETA 94, Adelaide 25-28 September. pp vi+361. Canberra: AJET Publications. ISBN 0 646 20710 5.

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