Conference Papers: 2006

Title Type Strand
Audioblogging and podcasting: Using audio for personal publishing in eLearning environments Paper - Non-Refereed E-learning
Perspectives on a global student project network (i-EARN Sponsored-speaker) Speakers - Invited concurrent ICT in Curriculum and Pedagogy
Integrating ICT into the science curriculum Paper - Non-Refereed ICT in Curriculum and Pedagogy
Girls, programming and an introduction to Macromedia Flash actionscript Presentation - Computer Workshop Computing Studies
Collaborating via ICTs Paper - Refereed ICT in Curriculum and Pedagogy
Go Interactive with Flash! Presentation - Computer Workshop Computing Studies
What is it about digital media games that engrosses young boys: a study in the sub-culture of Yu-Gi-Oh and its potential for improving educational outcomes Paper - Refereed ICT in Curriculum and Pedagogy
The games students play Paper - Non-Refereed E-learning
Digital Storybooks in a collaborative on line environment using 3D animation and Chroma Keying techniques Sponsors and trade session - Trade Exhibition Stage Innovation
Queensland Schools Web Challenge Poster - Presentation E-learning
Developing a holistic approach to integrating games in education: The Queensland Games in Learning Project Paper - Non-Refereed ICT in Curriculum and Pedagogy
Integrating games in learning: where's the PC ? Poster - Presentation ICT in Curriculum and Pedagogy
Facilitating professional learning: the knowledge, attitudes and skills required for effective ICTPD facilitation Paper - Refereed ICT in Curriculum and Pedagogy
Online courses for traditional schools and Distance Education students: natural convergence and opportunity one school Paper - Refereed E-learning
Lead Teachers: A sustainable model of ICT professional development Paper - Non-Refereed Leadership and Management
Music technology: enthusing and empowering students to compose their own music Paper - Non-Refereed ICT in Curriculum and Pedagogy
Girls in ICT group Poster - Presentation Innovation
Transforming learning with ICT: from book proposal to publication Paper - Refereed ICT in Curriculum and Pedagogy
Blogging, Furling, Wiki-ing, Podcasting and the rest, where can you do it? Paper - Non-Refereed ICT in Curriculum and Pedagogy
Thinking via distance Paper - Non-Refereed ICT in Regional, Rural and Remote Areas
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