Skip to main content

Enhancing Learning through computer based technologies

Funding: 2001: $64,584
2002: $64,584
2003: $64,584

Project Member(s): Alexander, S.

Funding or Partner Organisation: NSW Department of Education and Training (NSW Department of Education and Training Partner Funds)
Australian Research Council (ARC SPIRT (Strategic Partnerships with Industry Re)

Start year: 2001

Summary: Integration of new technologies in learning programs is a prime imperative for schooling systems in the 21st century, but evidence of effective integration is disappointing. This project will provide rich new qualitative data about the form, impact, effectiveness and differential effects of computer based learning (cbl) across a range of NSW schools. The project's distinctive focus is on assessing the learning activities that make use of cbl. This information will be of importance in informing core concerns of the research and industry partners in relation to educational policy, administrative practices and pre-service, and in-service, teacher development.

Publications:

Hayes, D 2007, 'ICT and learning: Lessons from Australian classrooms', Computers & Education, vol. 49, no. 2, pp. 385-395.
View/Download from: UTS OPUS or Publisher's site

Hayes, D 2006, 'Making all the flashy stuff work: the role of the principal in ICT integration', Cambridge Journal of Education, vol. 36, no. 4, pp. 565-578.
View/Download from: UTS OPUS

Harriman, SH 2004, 'Learning in 3D: Students' experiences of online projects in NSW', 27th annual proceedings-selected papers presented at the 2004 National convention of the association for Educational Communications and Technology, All that jazz - 2004 International AECT Convention, AECT, Chicago, USA, pp. 341-352.

Harriman, SH 2004, 'Online projects: what's so remarkable?- students' experiences of an online project in NSW schools', 'Research, Reform, Realise the potential?' ACEC 2004, Australasian Computing Education Conference, Australian Council for Computers in Education, Adelaide, Australia, pp. 1-7.
View/Download from: UTS OPUS

Yates, LS 2003, 'Interpretative claims and methodological warrant in small-number qualitative, longitudinal research', International Journal of Social Research Methodolgy, vol. 6, no. 3, pp. 223-232.
View/Download from: UTS OPUS or Publisher's site

Hayes, D 2003, 'Leading technologies: a mid-term analysis of a longitudinal study into the integration of learning technologies in NSW public schools', Australian Association for Research in Education conference papers, Joint conference of New Zealand association for Research in Education and Australian Association for Research in Education, AARE, Auckland, New Zealand, pp. 1-14.
View/Download from: UTS OPUS

Yates, LS 2002, 'Effectiveness, difference and sociological research', Discourse: studies in the cultural politics of education, vol. 23, no. 3, pp. 229-238.
View/Download from: UTS OPUS

Keywords: Learning technologies; Technology integration; Equity in education; Computer based learning

FOR Codes: Educational Technology and Media, Education and training not elsewhere classified, Educational Technology and Computing