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Items where Division is "Emerging Technologies Centre" and Year is 2009

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Number of items: 18.

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Clayton, John (2009) Creating a conceptual model to evaluate the effectiveness and impact of online learning. In: JALT CALL 2009: Expanding learner potential - It's your CALL, 5-7 June, 2009, Tokyo, Japan. UNSPECIFIED

Clayton, John (2009) E-Learning capability: The A.C.E. concept. In: ITPNZ Library Managers Conference, 6–8 July, 2009, Hamilton, New Zealand. UNSPECIFIED

Clayton, John (2009) E-Learning in the workplace: A New Zealand perspective. In: Matsue Open Source Lab, 12 June, 2009, Matsue, Japan. UNSPECIFIED

Clayton, John (2009) E-learning in industry: Case studies from New Zealand. In: Same places, different spaces. Proceedings ascilite Auckland 2009. ascilite. UNSPECIFIED

Clayton, John (2009) Evaluating online learning environments: The development and validation of an online learning environment instrument. Lambert Academic Publishing, Koln, Germany. ISBN 978-3-8383-0156-3 UNSPECIFIED

Clayton, John (2009) From awareness to maturity: Using “benchmarking. In: Forum on Emerging Trends in Education, 23 November, 2009, Hamilton, New Zealand. UNSPECIFIED

Clayton, John (2009) ICT in literacy: What, why, when and how? In: Literacy Aotearoa Te Hui Heke Tuatoru - Region Three Hui, 7 May, 2009, Greymouth, New Zealand.. UNSPECIFIED

Clayton, John (2009) Location generated content using web-applications "scapes". In: 27th Annual Tertiary ICT Conference: Innovate!, 21-23 September, 2009, Hamilton, New Zealand. UNSPECIFIED

Clayton, John (2009) Personalising learning environments with Quick Response (QR) codes. In: Personalising Learning Environments with Quick Response (QR) Codes: An invited presentation, 10 November, 2009, Hamilton, New Zealand. UNSPECIFIED

Clayton, John (2009) Using information and communication technologies in learning. In: Literacy Aotearoa: Choice, Change, Freedom. National Planning Hui Report 2009: Another Door Opens: He Tat. Literacy Aotearoa, p. 27. UNSPECIFIED

Clayton, John and Iwata, Jun and Murrow, Patricia (2009) Designing perceptual measures to evaluate computer assisted language learning environments using the Moodle Questionnaire tool. In: JALT CALL 2009: Expanding learner potential - It's your CALL, 5-7 June, 2009, Tokyo, Japan. UNSPECIFIED

Clayton, John and Iwata, Jun and Murrow, Patricia (2009) Presenting content to students using the functionalities of a digital portfolio: An overview. In: JALT CALL 2009: Expanding learner potential - It's your CALL, 5-7 June, 2009, Tokyo, Japan. UNSPECIFIED

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Elliott, Richard and Clayton, John (2009) Critical success factors in e-learning for large enterprises. In: ALT-C 2009: In dreams begins responsibility - choice, evidence, and change. Association for Learning Technology (ALT). UNSPECIFIED

Elliott, Richard and Clayton, John (2009) Critical success factors in e-learning for small and medium enterprises. In: Same places, different spaces. Proceedings ascilite Auckland 2009. ascilite. UNSPECIFIED

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Nakano, Takumi and Clayton, John (2009) Mobile@Wintec. In: Going Mobile, 15 December, 2009, Hamilton, New Zealand. UNSPECIFIED

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Saravani, Sarah-Jane and Clayton, John (2009) Conceptual model for the educational deployment of QR codes. In: Same places, different spaces. Proceedings ascilite Auckland 2009. ascilite. UNSPECIFIED

Saravani, Sarah-Jane and Clayton, John (2009) Development of a conceptual model to evaluate effectiveness and impact of e-learning. In: NET2009: 20th International Networking for Education in Healthcare Conference: Abstracts for Symposia and Posters. Jill Rogers Associates Ltd, pp. 32-33. UNSPECIFIED

Saravani, Sarah-Jane and Clayton, John (2009) Development of a quality assurance conceptual model for e-learning. In: NET2009: 20th International Networking for Education in Healthcare Conference: Abstracts for Symposia and Posters. Jill Rogers Associates Ltd, pp. 33-34. UNSPECIFIED

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