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Proceedings of the
Tools for Flexible Learning Workshop

April, 9, 1999
The University of Sydney



The Proceedings are available as three PDF files:
*flws991.pdf contains the Contents Page & pages 1-13(48 K) About PDF
*flws992.pdf contains pages 14-42(808 K)
*flws993.pdf contains pages 43-51(96 K)
The contents of each file is indicated below.

flws991.pdf (48 K)

Table of Contents

Summary Paper

Flexibility Is All (Ian Johnston and Mary Peat)
1

Invited Paper

Flexible Teaching and Learning: Perspectives and Practices (Roy Lundin)
3

Demonstration and Panel Discussion Synopsis

(Anne Fernandez)
10

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Workshop Presentations

Videoconferencing for a Sustainable Future: A Technological Option for Science (Trish Andrews and Greg Klease)
14
Using Mathematical Packages in Advanced Science and Engineering Units (Andrew Cheetham)16
The Future of Multiple Choice Questions in Learning: Formative Assessment, Interactive Teaching Modules and Student-created Questions within WebMCQ (James Dalziel and Scott Gazzard)20
Group Work in Science - How do you do it? (Elizabeth Deane and Sharon Fraser)23
A 'Community of Learning' - the UWS Nepean Science Virtual Resource Centre (Sharon Fraser and Elizabeth Deane)26
It's not about putting lecture notes on the web! (David Green)29
"Mum can't come to the phone right now - she's in the laundry doing a rat dissection" (Jenny Mosse and Wendy Wright)34
Moving the Boundaries of UQ Entomology (Margaret Schneider)37
Metabolism with Flexibility (Marie-Paule Van Damme and Kaye Trembath)40

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Poster Presentations

Part of a Project Funded by a UC Teaching Grant (Malcolm Brooks, Mary Hewett and Andrew Norton)
43
WebLearn: The Experience of Two Years (George Fernandez)43
Formative Self-Assessment Modules on the Web: Increasing Flexibility for Delivery (Sue Franklin, Alison Lewis and Mary Peat)43
The Use of the Web in University Science Teaching in Australia (Ian Johnston)45
Online @ RMIT and Question Mark Perception (Kevin Meehan and April Weiss)46
The Application of Dazzler 5 for the Development of Interactive Tutorials in Biomechanics by the School of Physiotherapy (University of South Australia) (Kevin Meehan)47
ChemMark-WWW: Chemical Structure Drawing and Marking on the Web (Damon Ridley)48
Flexible Learning and Assessment Package for Teaching Data Analysis and Chemometrics in Analytical Chemistry (Mark Selby)49

Workshop Participants
50

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