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International Journal of Education and Development using ICT

Dec 31, 2005 Volume 1, Number 4


Stewart Marshall; Wal Taylor

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 8

  1. Towards a profitable and sustainable future for grain growers: A professional development model for farm partners

    Chris Murray & Jillian Condell, Apsilon, Toowoomba, Australia; Peter Murray, University of Queensland, Australia

    Many Australian grain growers need to change their management approach to ensure their continued viability, but do not have the knowledge and skills to do this. Uptake of relevant education and... More

  2. The usage of ICT for secondary education in Mongolia

    Uyanga Sambuu, National University of Mongolia

    Mongolia is located in the Northern Asia, bordering with China and Russia (landlocked). Mongolia has a territory of 1,564,116 sq km. The population is 2,791,272 (July 2005 est.), the literacy rate ... More

  3. Digital Cultural Communication: Enabling new media and co-creation in Asia

    Angelina Russo & Jerry Watkins, Queensland University of Technology, Australia

    Digital Cultural Communication (DCC) is a new field of research and design which seeks to build a co-creative relationship between the cultural institution and the community by using new media to... More

    pp. 4-17

  4. Profiting from empowerment? Investigating dissemination avenues for educational technology content within an emerging market solutions project

    Payal Arora, Columbia University, USA, United States

    The "Stills in Sync" (SIS) venture was initiated by PlanetRead, the implementing non-profit agency, in partnership with Hewlett-Packard (HP), a global information and technology company. It’s multi... More

    pp. 18-29

  5. The Information Society and the Digital Divide: some North-South comparisons

    Bill Martin, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) University, Australia

    The concepts of the Information Society and the Digital Divide are reviewed in the context of national and international policies, many of which are techno-economic in nature and lacking a genuine ... More

    pp. 30-41

  6. What role can educational multimedia play in narrowing the digital divide?

    Hilary Macleod, Queensland University of Technology, Australia

    This paper explores the assertion that the development of educational multimedia has a key role to play in effectively reducing the impacts of the digital divide particularly in the context of... More

    pp. 42-53

  7. Learning Regions in New Zealand: The role of ICT

    Janet Toland & Pak Yoong, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand

    A “Learning Region” is characterised by the existence of high quality linkages between different regional stakeholders such as: local businesses; community groups; and education providers. This... More

    pp. 54-68

  8. Business undergraduates learning online: A one semester snapshot

    Krassie Petrova & Rowena Sinclair, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand

    Online learning was first introduced into an undergraduate business programme at Auckland University of Technology in 1999 starting with just one single course. Currently online learning is used... More

    pp. 69-88