Conference Papers: 2006

Title Type Strand
Digital Dreaming Project Paper - Non-Refereed Innovation
The use of 'authentic' internet-mediated activity to uncover children's learning experiences Paper - Refereed E-learning
Using learning management systems to enhance the school learning environment Paper - Non-Refereed E-learning
Podcasting and engaging web 2.0 tools in learning Poster - Presentation Innovation
Teaching game making: facilitated by blogs and wikis Paper - Non-Refereed Innovation
Multimedia Goes to Asia: utilising existing multimedia resources, creating your own through digital editing, and presenting an integrated E-learning educational product focussing on China & Japan Poster - Presentation ICT in Curriculum and Pedagogy
Multiliteracies pedagogy in action: a case study Paper - Refereed ICT in Curriculum and Pedagogy
Inquiry through ICT Presentation - Computer Workshop ICT in Curriculum and Pedagogy
Digital history for the digital generation Presentation - Other workshop E-learning
Designing interactive online course activities using Web 2.0 resources for enhanced elearning Presentation - Computer Workshop E-learning
Developing ICT skills in very young children (ISTE Sponsored-speaker) Speakers - Invited concurrent ICT in Curriculum and Pedagogy
IT Paper - Non-Refereed Innovation
Live E-Learning : Creating unique learning experiences for students Paper - Non-Refereed Innovation
Laptops: personal computing devices where do we go from here? Paper - Non-Refereed Innovation
Ziptales and the literacy classroom Presentation - Computer Workshop ICT in Curriculum and Pedagogy
Learning with ICT: strategies to help teachers learn Paper - Non-Refereed Leadership and Management
Using ICT to support literacy and numeracy for rural students Paper - Non-Refereed ICT in Regional, Rural and Remote Areas
Kindred: an oral history iEARN project (iEARN Sponsored-speaker) Speakers - Invited concurrent ICT in Curriculum and Pedagogy
IT at Douglas Daly Primary School Paper - Non-Refereed ICT in Regional, Rural and Remote Areas
Using internet based collaborate projects in remote indigenous schools to promote literacy and numeracy: the pitfalls and successes (iEARN Sponsored-speaker) Speakers - Invited concurrent ICT in Regional, Rural and Remote Areas
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