National and international presenters are providing an interesting variety of topics for ASCILITE 98 workshops.
Most workshops are three hours long and cost $75 to attend. Full day workshops cost $150. Participants must enrol and pay in advance to attend a workshop. Workshops with insufficient registrants will be cancelled and either alternatives offered or fees refunded. You do not have to register for the conference to attend a workshop.

The most heavily discounted plane fares require a Saturday night stay in Wollongong, so why not take advantage of this to increase your skills by joining us for a workshop.

Method of Payment for Workshops

All those attending workshops at ASCILITE98 will need to pay by cheque.
Please make the cheque payable to 'The University of Wollongong' and post the cheque with details of the workshops you wish to attend directly to -

Paula McGregor
University of Wollongong
NSW 2522 Australia

If you require an invoice for payment to be organised please phone Paula directly on (02) 4221 4895 OR email her at with details of the workshops you wish to attend and your postal address then an invoice can be processed and sent out to you.

Sunday 13th December. Full day: 9.30 4.30
Designing constructivist learning environments for the web Dr. David H. Jonassen
Pennsylvania State University
Introduction to Online Education - Theory and Practice Paul McKey
Redbean Pty Ltd

Sunday 13th December 9.30 12.30

CANCELLED - Effective Interface Design: the construction process Dr Barry Harper
University of Wollongong
From Story Boards to Knowledge Bases: Steps toward making instructional software more generative, adaptive, and intelligent. Tom Murray
Adjunct Faculty, University of Massachusetts
Visiting Faculty, Hampshire College
They may love it but do they learn from it? : Evaluating education technologies Dr Cathy Gunn
University of Auckland
Component-based WWW courseware development: Why and How Albert Ip
University of Melbourne
Learningspace 2.6 and Learningspace live Dr James Moulder
Monash Mt Eliza Business School
Dynamic Web Environments in Educational Settings Parvis Doulai
University of Wollongong

Sunday 13th December 1.30 pm 4.30
Effective Interactions for On-Line Learning with the NEW Authorware Rod Sims
Southern Cross University
Planning IT Learning Resources Andrew Litchfield
Macquarie University
Evaluating Interactive Learning Dr John Hedberg
University of Wollongong