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Vol 20 (2012) Worth it? Findings from a study of how academics assess students’ Web 2.0 activities Abstract  PDF  HTML  EPUB  XML
Kathleen Gray, Jenny Waycott, Rosemary Clerehan, Margaret Hamilton, Joan Richardson, Judithe Sheard, Celia Thompson
Vol 22 (2014) A tale of two doctoral students: social media tools and hybridised identities Abstract  PDF  HTML  EPUB  XML
Liz Bennett, Sue Folley
Vol 21 (2013) The habitus of digital scholars Abstract  PDF  HTML  EPUB  XML
Cristina Costa
Vol 21 (2013) Redesigning professional development: reconceptualising teaching using social learning technologies Abstract  PDF  HTML  EPUB  XML
Thomas Cochrane, Vickel Narayan
Vol 21 (2013) Exploring individual, social and organisational effects on Web 2.0-based workplace learning: a research agenda for a systematic approach Abstract  PDF  HTML  EPUB  XML
Fang Zhao, Linzi Kemp
Vol 20 (2012) Students and recorded lectures: survey on current use and demands for higher education Abstract  PDF  HTML  EPUB  XML
Pierre Gorissen, Jan van Bruggen, Wim Jochems
Vol 20 (2012) Teaching with wikis: improving staff development through action research Abstract  PDF  HTML  EPUB  XML
Robyn Benson, Charlotte Brack, Gayani Samarwickrema
Vol 18, No 3 (2010) Beyond the Yellow Brick Road: mobile Web 2.0 informing a new institutional e-learning strategy Abstract  PDF
Thomas D. Cochrane
Vol 18, No 2 (2010) Exploring mobile learning success factors Abstract  PDF
Thomas D. Cochrane
Vol 19 (2011): Special Issue Towards a personalised learning mesh: the implementation of a low overhead, multipath learning tool Abstract  PDF  HTML  EPUB  MOBI  XML
Iain Stewart, William McKee, Kevin Porteous
Vol 23 (2015) Students’ emotions for achievement and technology use in synchronous hybrid graduate programmes: a control-value approach Abstract  PDF  HTML  EPUB  XML
Nikolaus T. Butz, Robert H. Stupnisky, Reinhard Pekrun
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