How are Australian higher education institutions contributing to change through innovative teaching and learning in virtual worlds?

posted 19 Oct 2011, 23:08 by Jason Zagami   [ updated 21 Nov 2011, 23:18 by Jason Zagami ]
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How are Australian higher education institutions contributing to change through innovative teaching and learning in virtual worlds?


Gregory, B., Gregory, S., Wood, D., Masters, Y., Hillier, M., Stokes-Thompson, F., Bogdanovych, A., Butler, D., Hay, L., Jegathesan., J.J., Flintoff, K., Schutt, S., Linegar, D., Alderton, R., Cram, A., Stupans, I., McKeown Orwin, L., Meredith, G., McCormick, D., Collins, F., Grenfell, J., Zagami, J., Ellis, A., Jacka, L., Campbell, J., Larson, I., Fluck, A., Thomas, A., Farley, F., Muldoon, N., Abbas, A., Sinnappan, S., Neville, K., Burnett, I., Aitken, A., Simoff , S., Scutter, S., Wang, X., Souter, K., Ellis, D., Salomon, M.,Wadley, G., Jacobson, M., Newstead, A., Hayes, G., Grant, S., Yusupova, A. (2011). How are Australian higher education institutions contributing to change through innovative teaching and learning in virtual worlds? In G. Williams, N. Brown, & B. Cleland (Eds.), Changing Demands, Changing Directions. Proceedings ascilite Hobart 2011. Presented at the ascilite2011, Hobart. 2011 (pp. XXX-XXX). http://www.ascilite.org.au/conferences/hobart11/procs/bgregory.pdf


Paper collectively presented at the 2011 Ascilite conference in Hobart, Australia. The paper summarises Australian tertiary use of virtual worlds in education at 28 institutions by 47 academics. 







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