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Conference Proceeding

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HERDSA

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Education and Arts

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Education and Arts

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4964

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This article was originally published as: Mcmahon, M. T., & Oliver, R. G. (2006). Mark-up: Design and evaluation of an on-line annotation tool to support metacognitive development of reading comprehension. Proceedings of 2006 Annual International Conference of the Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australia Inc. (pp. 237-244). Perth WA. HERDSA. Original article available here

Abstract

The mutability of contemporary work practice requires graduates who can continue to develop in self-regulated ways. This paper describes research into design and evaluation of a product to assist learners in engaging in the metacognitive processes inherent in the domain of reading comprehension. Findings identified strengths of the product and a number of features that could be improved, as well as contextual factors that may impact on the implementation of such learning environments.

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