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1100 Is Australia's Economic Skilled Immigration Program working for business today?  Alan Chanesman  AUSTRALIA 1100 Opening:
Bernard Cornu, Marta Turcsanyi-Szabo, Nicholas James Reynolds

1030 Keynote: Computers for Schoolchildren: A Busted Flush?  Sir John Daniel  CANADA   0   0 1030  
1030 Wonder, Sorcery, and Technology: Contribute to the History of Medieval Robotics Nadia Ambrosetti  ITALY
Authors: N. Ambrosetti
1030 Educational Management Challenges for the 21st Century Ann Wilson  SPAIN
Authors: F. R. Tarragó & A. E. Wilson

1030 And they were thinking? Basic, Logo, Personality and Pedagogy John Murnane  AUSTRALIA
Authors: J. Murnane
1030 AGORA Workshop
Learning communities and knowledge management Sindre Rosvik NORWAY (AGORA Chair)
Panel: Bernard Cornu, Raymond Morel, Marta Turcsanyi-Szabo, Barbara Kedzierska, Johannes Magenheim
1130 Developing an integrated ICT Competency Framework: Debunking myths to posit a solution  Marcus Bowles  AUSTRALIA 1120 From Context to Competencies Christina Doerge  GERMANY
Authors: I. Diethelm & C. Dörge

1115 Panel:
Personalisation of Learning – Are We There Yet?
    1120 Use of ICT to Assist Students with Learning Difficulties: An Actor-Network Analysis Tas Adam, Arthur Tatnall  AUSTRALIA
Authors: T. Adam & A. Tatnall 
1100 The Monash University Museum of Computing History: Ten Years On Judy Sheard  AUSTRALIA
Authors: B. Ainsworth, J. Sheard & C. Avram
1100 In Search of the Affective Subject Interacting in the ROODA Virtual Learning Environment Patricia Behar BRAZIL
Authors: M. T. Longhi, P. A. Behar & M. Bercht 

1055 The Life and Growth of Year 12 Computing in Victoria: An Ecological Model Arthur Tatnall  AUSTRALIA
Authors: A. Tatnall & B. Davey 
    1150 Digital literacy: A vital competence for 2010? Denise Leahy & Dudley Dolan  IRELAND
Authors: D. Leahy & D. Dolan

        1150 Making computer learning easier for older adults: a community study of tuition practices Michael Nycyk  AUSTRALIA
Authors: M. Nycyk & M. Redsell
1130 The many dimensions of Kristen Nygaard, creator of Object-Oriented Programming and the Scandinavian School of System Development Drude Berntsen  NORWAY
Authors: D. Berntsen, K. Elgsaas & H.  Hegna
1120 Recommendation of Learning Objects Applying Collaborative Filtering and CompetenciesMarian Simko SLOVAKIA
Authors: M. Šimko, M. Barla & M. Bieliková

1120 History of the European Computer Driving Licence Denise Leahy & Dudley Dolan  IRELAND
Authors: D. Leahy & D. Dolan
1200 E-learning readiness toolkit  Mike Collett, Jenny Hunt UNITED KINGDOM, Phil Candy  AUSTRALIA 1210 Grundtvig Partnership Case Study 2009-2011. LifeLong Learning for Active Citizenship and Capacity Building -LLLab Anna Grabowska  POLAND
Authors: A. Grabowska

    1200 Revitalising mathematics education with spreadsheets Steve Sugden  AUSTRALIA 1210 Home access: Providing computers to families via a national strategy Eva Dakich  AUSTRALIA
Authors: N. Yelland, G. Neal & E. Dakich 
1200 Projects and activities of the IPSJ computer history committee Eiiti Wada  JAPAN
Authors: E. Wada
1140 Design & Development of Virtual Learning Environment using Open Source Virtual World Technology Patricia Reynolds  UNITED KINGDOM
Authors: S. Suman, A. Amini, B. Elson & P. Reynolds

1145 A Brief History of the Pick Environment in Australia Stasys Lukaitis  AUSTRALIA
Authors: S. Lukaitis 
    1220 Competencies and skills: Filling old skins with new wine Christina Doerge  GERMANY
Authors: C. Doerge

1230 Lunch            
    1200 A Theoretical Framework to Foster Digital Literacy: The Case of Digital Learning Resources Said Hadjerrouit  NORWAY
Authors: S. Hadjerrouit

1210 Turning points in computer education Bill Davey  AUSTRALIA
Authors: B. Davey & K. Parker
1230-1330 Lunch      

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    1220 More for Less - Live Systems Learning Andy Schaer  SWITZERLAND
Authors: A. Schaer 

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1330 Panel:
Implications of the Cloud - The Next Frontier
sponsored by the Attorney-General's Department

Moderator:  Peter Fritz
Nicholas Carr,
Deborah Anton,
Sabeena Oberoi,
Alan Perkins,
Leo Silver
Nick Tate
1330 Implementation of the Digital Education Revolution  Evan Arthur  AUSTRALIA 1330 Human Development Process and Informatics Education in 21st Century Toshinori Saito  JAPAN
Authors: T. Saito
1330 Keynote:
An illustrated history of early Australian computing  Max Burnet  AUSTRALIA

1230 Lunch    

1330 The Paradox of more Flexibility in Education Henk Plessius THE NETHERLANDS Authors: H. Plessius & P. Ravesteyn
1330 School 2.0:  Where We're Headed, Why, and What We Can Do About It  Steve Hargadon  CANADA 1350 Application of the Multiple Perspectives Model in an Undergraduate Course Célio Gonçalo Marques  PORTUGAL
Authors: C. G. Marques & A. A. A. Carvalho

0 0     1350 Intentions to Pursue a Career in Information Systems and Technology: An Empirical Study of South African Students Jason Cohen  SOUTH AFRICA
Authors: J. F. Cohen & P. Parsotam

1330 Existence Precedes Essence - Meaning of the Stored-Program Concept Allan Olley  CANADA
Authors: A. Olley
1330 ICT in Teacher Education: Developing Key Competencies in Face-to-Face and Distance Learning Adelina Moura & Celio Marques PORTUGAL
Authors: A. A. A. Carvalho
1400 Web 2.0 meets lesson plans: sharing good eTeaching ideas  James Dalziel  AUSTRALIA 1410 Coping with Complex Real-World Problems: Strategies for Developing the Competency of Transdisciplinary Collaboration Gitta Domik  GERMANY
Authors: G. Domik & G. Fischer

    1400 The VCE IT Curriculum and the importance of IT in the National Curriculum  Adrian Janson  AUSTRALIA 1410 Informatics Systems and Modeling - Case Studies of Expert Interviews Johannes Magenheim  GERMANY
Authors: L. Lehner, J. Magenheim, W. Nelles, T. Rhode, N. Schaper, S. Schubert & P. Stechert
1330 Contested Histories: De-mythologising the early history of modern British Computing. David Anderson  UNITED KINGDOM
Authors: D. Anderson
1330 Working with wikis: Collaborative writing in the 21st century Katina Zammit  AUSTRALIA
Authors: K. Zammit 

1350 Recession, S-curves and Digital Equipment Corporation Roger Johnson  UNITED KINGDOM
Authors: D. Goodwin & R. Johnson
1350 A teacher's perspective of interacting with long-term absent students through digital communications technologies Anthony Jones  AUSTRALIA
Authors: A. Jones & K. Wilkie
    1430 Aligning existing digital learning resources and systems with the Australian curriculum  Jerry Leeson  AUSTRALIA 1430 Conditions for successful learning of programming skills Jaana Holvikivi  FINLAND
Authors: J. Holvikivi 
1430 Connections in the history of Australian computing  John Deane AUSTRALIA
Authors: J. Deane 

1355 We Constructed 50 Years ago the First Hungarian Tube Computer, the M-3. Short stories from the History of the first Hungarian Computers (1950-1960) Gyozo Kovacs  HUNGARY
Authors: G. Kovacs
1350 Are Wikis and Weblogs an appropriate approach to foster collaboration, reflection and students' motivation? Christian Schmidt  GERMANY
Authors: M. Krebs, C. Schmidt, M. Henninger, M. Ludwig & W. Müller

1410 ETHICS: The Past, Present and Future of Socio-Technical Systems Design Matthew Warren  AUSTRALIA
Authors: M. Warren & S. Leitch 
1410 Design and Implementation of Business Process Management Education: A Case in Dutch Higher Education Pascal Ravesteijn  THE NETHERLANDS
Authors: P. Ravesteyn & J. Versendaal
1430 Success factors in online teaching  Simon Brown  AUSTRALIA 1430 Beyond Pedagogical Content Knowledge: The Importance of TPACK for Informing Preservice Teacher Education in Australia Glenn Finger  AUSTRALIA
Authors: G. Finger, R. Jamieson-Proctor & P. Albion

1500 IPC Panel 1500 Lessons from and open world  Allyn Radford  AUSTRALIA 1450 IP3 - Progress towards a Global ICT Profession Roger Johnson  UNITED KINGDOM
Authors: R. G. Johnson  
1500 Why the Real Thing is Essential for Telling our Stories  David Demant AUSTRALIA
Authors: D. Demant

    1410 Use of Graph2Go in m-learning: a view from the pedagogical model Patricia Behar  BRAZIL
Authors: S. Batista, P. Behar & L. Passerino

1430 Lessons from discarded computer architectures Andrew Fluck  AUSTRALIA
Authors: A. Fluck
1430 Supporting productive integration of Web 2.0-mediated collaboration  Raymond Tsoi  SINGAPORE
Authors: M. F. R. Tsoi
1500 Digitalised textbook model as a convergence e-book and e-learning  Yong-Sang Cho  KOREA 1450 Learning under Uncertainty: a grounded theory study Eurico Lopes  PORTUGAL
Authors: E. Lopes

        1510 Evaluating the Cisco Networking Academy Program's Instructional Model against Bloom's Taxonomy for the purpose of Information Security Education for Organizational End-users Johan Van Niekerk  SOUTH AFRICA
Authors: J. F. van Niekerk & K. Thomson
1420 Anatoly Kitov - pioneer of Russian informatics Vladimir Kitov & Valery Shilov  RUSSIA
Authors: V. Kitov & V. Shilov 
1430 ALEF: A Framework for Adaptive Web-based Learning 2.0  Michal Barla SLOVAKIA
Authors: M. Šimko, M. Barla & M. Bieliková

    1440 University as an environment for shaping key teachers' competence for the Knowledge Society Barbara Kedzierska  POLAND
Authors: B. Kedzierska
    1510 Collaborative Research Training Based On Virtual Spaces Ramon Garcia-Martinez  ARGENTINA
Authors: D. Rodríguez, R. Bertone & R. García-Martínez

1530 Afternoon tea            
1445 Materiel Command and the Materiality of Commands: An Historical Examination of the US Air Force, Control Data Corporation, and the Advanced Logistics System  Jeffrey Yost  USA
Authors: J. Yost
1450 Integration of a Video Annotation Tool into a coactive Learning and Working Environment  Johannes Magenheim GERMANY
Authors: J. Magenheim, W. Reinhardt, A. Roth, M. Moi & D. Engbring

1450 Andrew D Booth - Britain's Other 'Fourth Man' Roger Johnson  UNITED KINGDOM
Authors: R. Johnson
1450 Need for the Intercultural Awareness in Erasmus Mobility - Administrative Point of View  Tatjana Welzer  SLOVENIA
Authors: T. Welzer, M. Družovec, M. Hölbl & M. Bonačić

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1510 Purpose-Built Educational Computers in the 1980s: the Australian Experience Arthur Tatnall  AUSTRALIA
Authors: A.Tatnall & R. Leonard 
1510 Assessment of knowledge and competencies in 3D virtual worlds: a proposal Carlos Delgado Kloos  SPAIN
Authors: M. B. Ibáńez, R. M. Crespo & C. D. Kloos

    1500 Mobile Learning: Using SMS in Educational Contexts Adelina Moura  PORTUGAL
Authors: A. Moura & A. A. Carvalho
1600 Changing Values of the Next Generation  Terry Kearney  AUSTRALIA 1600 All I need to know about Twitter in Education I learned in Kindergarten  Steve Wheeler UNITED KINGDOM
Authors: W. Reinhardt, S. Wheeler & M. Ebner

1600 Congress plenary keynote
Session chair:
Nick Tate

A Just Digital Society
Richard Stallman  USA

    1600 Technology and Computers in Music and Music Education Nicholas Reynolds  AUSTRALIA
Authors: N. Reynolds

1510 A birth of information systems Bill Davey  AUSTRALIA
Authors: A. Lukaitis, B. Davey & S. Lukaitis
1510 Twitter Q&A

Closing by Chairs:
Marta Turcsanyi-Szabo & Nicholas James Reynolds
1630 Vision of the Future: Where will eLearning be in 2020?  Carol Skyring  AUSTRALIA 1620 Getting granular on Twitter - tweets from a conference and their limited usefulness for non-participants Steve Wheeler UNITED KINGDOM
Authors: M. Ebner, H. Mühlburger, S. Schaffert, M. Schiefner & W. Reinhardt 

        1620 T'aint what you do (it's the way that you do it): ICT and creativity in the primary school classroom Mary Welsh  UNITED KINGDOM
Authors: M. Welsh & R. Condie

  1600 Teaching practice from the perspective of ICT student teachers at the Faculty of Education, Charles University in Prague Miroslava Cernochova  CZECH REPUBLIC
Authors: M. Cernochova

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1640 Twitter Q&A
        1640 Twitter Q&A

  1620 eExaminations development and acceptance Andrew Fluck  AUSTRALIA
Authors: A. E. Fluck

1730 Registration

    1715 CoMICTA meeting 1700 Informatics and ICT in Higher Education

  1640 Twitter Q&A

Free software in ethics and in practise
Richard Stallman

1730 Sessions conclude

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