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ICT as learning media and research instrument: What eResearch can offer for those who research eLearning?

Markauskaite, L., Phillips, R., Herrington, J., Reimann, P. and Kennedy-Clark, S. (2011) ICT as learning media and research instrument: What eResearch can offer for those who research eLearning? In: ASCILITE 2011, 4 - 7 December 2011, Wrest Point, Hobart, Tasmania pp. 840-841.

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Abstract

Students‘ interactions in digital learning environments are distributed over time and space, and many aspects of eLearning phenomenon cannot be investigated using traditional research approaches. At the same time, the possibility to collect digital data about students‘ online interactions and learning opens a range of new opportunities to use ICT as research tool and apply new research approaches. This symposium brings together some of the recent advancements in the area of ICT-enhanced research and aims to discuss future directions for methodological innovation in this area. The session will include four presentations that will explore different directions of ICT use for eLearning research.

Publication Type: Conference Paper
Murdoch Affiliation: School of Education
Notes: Symposium
URI: http://researchrepository.murdoch.edu.au/id/eprint/12575
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