Elaine Khoo

Elaine KhooDr Elaine Khoo is a senior research fellow at the Wilf Malcolm Institute of Educational Research (WMIER) at the University of Waikato, New Zealand. Elaine’s research interests include information and communication technology (ICT) and digital pedagogies, e-learning/online learning with a particular interest in online learning communities, participatory learning cultures and collaborative research contexts. More details on her website: http://www.waikato.ac.nz/wmier/about-us/people/elaine-khoo

Publications

Software Literacy
Elaine Khoo, Craig Hight. © 2019. 11 pages.
Software is not neutral. It comes with social and cultural assumptions that afford particular actions while constraining others. The notion of software literacy is emerging as...
Software Literacy
Elaine Khoo, Craig Hight. © 2018. 10 pages.
Software is not neutral. It comes with social and cultural assumptions that afford particular actions while constraining others. The notion of software literacy is emerging as...
Tracing Online Lecturer Orchestration of Multiple Roles and Scaffolds Over Time
Bronwen Cowie, Elaine Khoo. © 2018. 18 pages.
The chapter focuses on how time and the temporal aspects of the affordances and constraints of the online environment can be leveraged as a resource in online learning community...
Tracing Online Lecturer Orchestration of Multiple Roles and Scaffolds over Time
Bronwen Cowie, Elaine Khoo. © 2014. 23 pages.
The chapter focuses on how time and the temporal aspects of the affordances and constraints of the online environment can be leveraged as a resource in online learning community...
New Wine or New Bottles: What's New about Online Teaching?
Michael Forret, Elaine Khoo, Bronwen Cowie. © 2006. 21 pages.
This chapter presents findings from research into the nature of successful, onlinetertiary teaching and learning. The project is part of a larger study aimed at estab-lishing...