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  • Beyond lecture capture: Student-generated podcasts in teacher education

    Forbes, Dianne Leslie (Wilf Malcolm Institute of Educational Research, UoW, Hamilton, New Zealand, 2015)
    Podcasting in higher education most often takes the form of lecture capture or “coursecasting” as instructors record and disseminate lectures (King & Gura, 2007, p. 181). Studies published within the past five years continue ...
  • Beyond lecture capture: Student-generated podcasts in teacher education.

    Forbes, Dianne Leslie (Faculty of Education, University of Waikato, 2011)
    Podcasting in higher education most often takes the form of lecture capture or "coursecasting" as instructors record and disseminate lectures (King & Gura, 2007, p. 181). Studies published within the past five years continue ...
  • Building Connections: Professional online presence and learning networks.

    Forbes, Dianne Leslie (2015)
    The focus of this paper is on social media in teacher education in relation to the use of social media for building a professional online presence and learning network. This paper relates experience and insights drawn from ...
  • Devices, distractions and digital literacy: ‘Bring your own device’ to polytech

    Drew, Leoni; Forbes, Dianne Leslie (Wilf Malcolm Institute of Educational Research, 2017)
    The purpose of this study is to investigate the ways polytechnic students use personal mobile devices to support their learning. This study used purposive sampling and mixed methods to generate data about student ownership ...
  • Digital Smarts: Enhancing learning and teaching [Introduction]

    Wright, Noeline; Forbes, Dianne Leslie (Wilf Malcolm Institute of Educational Research, 2015)
    This book is a partnership on many levels—between co-editors, with and among the other chapter authors, external, international reviewers, and eventually with you, the book’s readership. Our colleagues have also had to ...

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