Jennifer Howell


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Research outputs

Watching, creating and achieving: Creative technologies as a conduit for learning in the early years
McDonald, Susan Ellen and Howell, Jennifer. (2012). Watching, creating and achieving: Creative technologies as a conduit for learning in the early years. British Journal of Educational Technology. 43(4), pp. 641 - 651. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1467-8535.2011.01231.x

Journal article

Digital mismatch: Expectations and realities of digital competency amongst pre-service education students
Howell, Jennifer. (2012). Digital mismatch: Expectations and realities of digital competency amongst pre-service education students. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology. 28(5), pp. 827 - 840. https://doi.org/10.14742/ajet.819

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Gender differences in engagement with creative technologies in the early years of schooling
McDonald, Susan and Howell, Jennifer. (2011). Gender differences in engagement with creative technologies in the early years of schooling. In J. Wright (Ed.). AARE 2011 Conference Proceedings. Australia: Open Book Print (AARE Publication). pp. 1 - 11

Conference item

Investigating social competence in the early years: The Social Processing Framework (SPF)
Howell, Jennifer and McDonald, Susan. (2011). Investigating social competence in the early years: The Social Processing Framework (SPF). In J. Wright (Ed.). AARE 2011 Conference Proceedings. Australia: Open Book Print (AARE Publication). pp. 1 - 16

Conference item

The professor's guide to taming technology: Leveraging digital media, Web 2.0, and more for learning
Howell, Jennifer and English, Rebecca. (2011). The professor's guide to taming technology: Leveraging digital media, Web 2.0, and more for learning. In In K. P. King and T. D. Cox (Ed.). The professor's guide to taming technology pp. 165 - 179 Information Age Publishing.

Book chapter

Teachers making connections: Online communities as a source of professional learning
Howell, Jennifer. (2010). Teachers making connections: Online communities as a source of professional learning. British Journal of Educational Technology. 41(2), pp. 1014 - 1027. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1467-8535.2009.00953.x

Journal article

eCAF: A new tool for the conversational analysis of electronic communication
Howell, Jennifer. (2009). eCAF: A new tool for the conversational analysis of electronic communication. British Journal of Educational Technology. 40(6), pp. 1014 - 1027. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1467-8535.2008.00904.x

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Online professional communities: Understanding the effects of membership on teacher practice
Howell, Jennifer. (2009). Online professional communities: Understanding the effects of membership on teacher practice. The International Journal of Learning. 16(5), pp. 601 - 614. https://doi.org/10.18848/1447-9494/CGP/v16i05/46261

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Changing the metaphor: The potential of online communities in teacher professional development
Lloyd, Margaret and Howell, Jennifer. (2009). Changing the metaphor: The potential of online communities in teacher professional development. In Online learning communities and teacher professional development: Methods for improved education delivery pp. 60 - 77 IGI Global.

Book chapter

Facebook goes to College: Using social networking tools to support students undertaking teaching practicum
English, Rebecca and Howell, Jennifer. (2008). Facebook goes to College: Using social networking tools to support students undertaking teaching practicum. Journal of Online Learning and Teaching. 4(4), pp. 596 - 601.

Journal article

How do we know E-learning works? Or does it?
Lee, Kar-Tin and Howell, Jennifer. (2008). How do we know E-learning works? Or does it? E-Learning and Digital Media. 4(4), pp. 482 - 496. https://doi.org/10.2304/elea.2007.4.4.482

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Graphically Mapping Electronic Discussions: Understanding online conversational dynamics
Howell, Jennifer. (2008). Graphically Mapping Electronic Discussions: Understanding online conversational dynamics. E-Learning and Digital Media. 5(3), pp. 323 - 336. https://doi.org/10.2304/elea.2008.5.3.323

Journal article

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