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Keynote 1: "Grand Challenges" raised by the current revolution in higher learning Ehrmann, S

Keynote 2: Challenges to the higher education sector from corporate and virtual providers: the US and Australian response Bagdon, K

Keynote 3: The monster meets education: a relationship made in heaven? Whyte, A

Special presentation by NextEd: The total student experience McKey, P

Identifying a need for web-based course support Affleck, G. and Smith, T.

Heuristic evaluation of educational multimedia: from theory to practice Albion, P.R.

Virtual universities - future implications for students and academics Anderson, M.

The hidden costs of networked learning - the impact of a costing framework on educational practice Bacsich, P. and Ash, C.

Developing a culturally responsive curriculum: an electrical engineering experience Boles, W. and Kelly, P.

Towards a communicative model of collaborative web-mediated learning Cecez-Kecmanovic, D. and Webb, C.

Overcoming barriers to creating on-line communities Clarke, S.

Talking in class: the roles of software agents and other participants in the social construction of knowledge within online learning environments Dowling, C.

Staff development for online delivery: a collaborative team-based action learning model Ellis, A. and Phelps, R.

Technological support for flexible learning within a pre-endorsement Masters of Midwifery course Evans, P., Fahy, K., Williams, G. and McDonald, J.

The use of computer-mediated communication to support the formation of a knowledge-building community in initial teacher education Ferry, B., Hoban, G. and Lockyer, L.

Student experiences of flexible learning Gilbert, C.

Disadvantaging the disadvantaged? Gollin, S. and Kies, D.

Getting IT together: a cooperative model for staff development Gunn, C., Lefoe, G., Graham, A., Left, P. and Smith, C.

Designing for diversity within online learning environments Holzl, A.

The evaluation of student performance and perception in web-based instruction in regard to age and gender Jones, V. and Jo, J.H.

Patterns: using proven experience to develop online learning Jones, D., Stewart, S. and Power, L.

Critical reflection on a program of development evaluation Kennedy, G.E.

An evaluation of the use of multiple perspectives in the design of computer-facilitated learning Kennedy, D., Eizenberg, N. and Kennedy, G.

Offline or online? A simulation exercise in a first year international politics unit Kinder, J., Fardon, M. and Yasmeen, S.

Pedagogical foundations of web-based simulations in political science Linser, R., Naidum S. and Ip, A.

The social impact of on-line learning Lynch, K.

Diversity in course delivery: pharmacology 6 offered on campus and in a virtual classroom Maclaren, P. and Shukla, H.

Lonely outpourings or reasoned dialogue? An analysis of text-based conferencing as a tool to support learning McLoughlin, C. and Luca, J.

Instructional design for cultural difference: A case study of the Indigenous online learning in a tertiary context McLoughlin, C. and Oliver, R.

Collaboration and competition. Dissemination and databases: developing a framework for accessing computer-facilitated learning (cfl) materials across the higher education sector in Australia McNaught, C., Phillips, R., Rossiter, D. and Winn, J.

Using Web and problem-based learning environments to support the development of key skills Oliver, R. and McLoughlin, C.

Replacing lectures with on-line learning: meeting the challenge Oliver, R. and Omari, A.

Meeting Needs: a staff development resource for redesigning sociology courses according to an outcomes-based model Phillips, R., Pospisil, R., Bell, J. and Patterson, A.

Critical elements: designing for online teaching Reushle S., Dorman, M., Evans, P., Kirkwood, J., McDonald, J.and Worden, J.

Prerequisite principles for integrating (not just 'tacking-on') new technologies in the curricula of tertiary education large classes Richards, C. and Nason, R.

Embedding technological literacy: A strategic university wide approach Rossiter, D. and Bagdon, K.

Modelling new skills for online teaching Salter, G. and Hansen, S.

The interactive conundrum I: Interactive constructs and learning theory Sims, R.

Learning to learn online Smith, E.

Implementing a generic framework for a web-based pedagogical agent Smith, T., Affleck, G., Lees, B. and Branki, C.

Choosing the predict option Swan, G.

The web, chat and laptops: IT practices & skills of transition students (1999) Stein, A. and Annemieke, C.

Towards research-based designing for understanding fundamental concepts:
The case of the web-delivered Generative virtual classroom for teacher education
Schaverien, L.

Critical thinking in physiology: a reason!able approach Van Gelder, T., Williams, N., Di Nicolantonio, R. and Kemm, R.

Encounters with Difference: in search of new learning spaces through internationalisation Walsh, L.

Learning about control systems by model building - A biological case study Weaver, D., Kemm, R., Petrovic, T., Harris, P. and Delbridge, L.

The role of communication in learning technologies Wigforss, E.

Cultural diversity and transnational flexibility delivery Ziguras, C.


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