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Conference Paper

Nykvist, Shaun S., Lloyd, Margaret M., & Masters, Jennifer E. (2007) oz-TeacherNet 2.0: Redefining the education online community. In Hirashima, Tsukasa, Hoppe, Ulrich, & Young, Shelley Shwu-Ching (Eds.) 15th International Conference on Computers in Education 2007: Supporting Learning Flow through Integrative Technologies, 5th - 9th November, Hiroshima, Japan.
Number of full-text downloads 178
Number of citations in Scopus 1

Nykvist, Shaun S. & Masters, Jennifer E. (2006) Learning Informally with Digital Media: The Fifth Dimension. In Australian Computers in Education Conference, 2nd-4th October, 2006, Cairns.
Number of full-text downloads 362

Masters, Jennifer E. & Nykvist, Shaun S. (2006) Supporting play with digital media: Informal learning in the Fifth Dimension. In Mendez-Vilas, A., Solano Martin, A., Mesa Gonzalez, J., & Mesa Gonzalez, J. A. (Eds.) International Conference on Multimedia and Information and Communication Technolegies in Education, 22-25 November 2006, Seville, Spain.
Number of full-text downloads 299

Lloyd, Margaret & Masters, Jennifer (2006) Task profiling : A task-Based approach to measuring the integration of ICT in the classroom. In Holland, M (Ed.) It's up here for thinking : proceedings of the 2006 Australian Computers in Education Conference, ACEC, Australia, Queensland, Cairns, pp. 1-8.
Number of full-text downloads 559

Masters, Jennifer (2004) Realising the Potential of Computers in the Classroom: Teacher Scaffolding Strategies for Supporting Children Working with Computers. In Research, Reform, Realise the Potential, 5-8 July 2004, Adelaide, South Australia.

Masters, Jennifer (2003) Teacher Scaffolding Strategies for Children Working with Computers. In Proceedings International Conference on Computers in Education, 2-5 December, Hong Kong.

QUT Thesis

Masters, Jennifer Ellen (1997) Investigations in geometric thinking : young children learning with technology. Masters by Research thesis, Queensland University of Technology.

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