Conference Papers: 2004

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"Can I hear what I wrote, AGAIN?" Paper - Non-Refereed ICT in early childhood education
"Going Multimedia - Expect the Unexpected" Paper - Non-Refereed ICT in learning areas
A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF ONLINE AND PAPER-BASED ASSESSMENT METHODS: A UNIVERSITY CASE STUDY. Paper - Refereed E-learning
A Framework for Implementation of ICT in Schools Paper - Refereed Leadership and Change
A Teacher Journey from Access to Engagement with Technology Paper - Refereed Leadership and Change
Access to the Computer Labs Made Easy for ALL Curriculum Areas Presentation - Computer Workshop Networks and infrastructures
Accomplishing new literate practices: Students with disabilities rewrite the story Paper - Non-Refereed Inclusivity and equity
Actively engaging students in learning Presentation - Computer Workshop ICT in learning areas
Adobe Acrobat Professional PDF and File Submission Sponsors Presentation - Concurrent Program session IT/Computing studies
Adobe Photoshop Elements 2 Developing Critical Literacies Sponsors Presentation - Concurrent Program session ICT in learning areas
An open conversation about ICT professional learning Presentation - Symposium Leadership and Change
Assignment Management: A Bottom Up Approach Paper - Non-Refereed Information management
Authentic Learning through the use of Digital Video Paper - Refereed Innovative pedagogical practices
Be Great - Collaborate with Centra Virtual Classroom Presentation - Computer Workshop Virtual learning communities
Bridging the Knowing-Doing Gap Using Action Learning as a methodology for ICT Professional Development Paper - Non-Refereed Life long learning
Building a Computer-Supported Classroom Learning Environment for Teaching and Learning Puberty: An Inquiry Approach Paper - Refereed ICT in learning areas
Changing Classroom Practice Paper - Non-Refereed E-learning
Changing landscapes, content, technologies: What is the optimal pathway ahead for Technology Education in professionally focused university programs? Paper - Non-Refereed Leadership and Change
Changing the Classroom Dynamics using ICT. Creating an environment where students are responsible for their own learning. Paper - Non-Refereed Innovative pedagogical practices
Children of the New Millennnium: Using ICT Research Project Paper - Non-Refereed ICT in early childhood education
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