Monday July 10th

Alanah Kazlauskas			Integrating computer use into the primary curriculum: The reality and the challenge

Khoo C. C & D Lou			Electronic Teaching, Learning and Presentations at the University: Pedagogical 
					Dream or Nightmare?

Cheng Lou, L Lou & C Khoo		The Bufo melanostictus Project: An Interactive Multimedia Prototype Programme 
					to Enhance Learning and Understanding of Animal Disection
Chris Bigum				Learning without limits: yesterday, today and tomorrow as knowledge resource

Don Cameron				Involving Students in Development of Multimedia

Dorit Maor				Three phases in the development and research of an educational software package

Dr Sharhan				Using audio-visual aids by elementary school teachers in Mathematics

Elizabeth Vincent			Music teaching: Tradition and change with the computer

Associate Professor 			Being on the Cutting Edge - if not at the Centre of Attention: Post-Graduate Music
Fred Rees				Education on the Iowa Communications Network	

Geoff Rehn				Playing with TCP/IP: having fun on the Internet!
Jan Herrington 				Situated learning: Using authentic context in interactive multimedia

Jennifer Galligan			Computers and Pedagogy - It's not what you've got, it's how you use it

Mark Campbell Williams			Towards a Liberating Rationality in University Business Computing Education

David Novak				Exploring the Skills Required to Work with Information 
					(illustrated with a Tour of the Internet)

Renato Schibeci & Barry Kissane		Learning with palmtop computers

Rod Simms				Beyond the edge: Navigating the frontiers of educational technology

Roger Atkinson				Internet access for schools via

Roger Dickinson				Love me Tender - the building of ELVIS

Ron Oliver				Electronic information sources: Revealing the concealed information

Wing S Cheung				Learning self-image through computer-based learning

Panel Session 1	Computer Games have on place in Education

Tuesday July 11th

Barnard Clarkson			The laptop is dead: Long live the palmtop

Catherine McLoughin			Creating meaningful interactions in teaching and leanring in Live 
					Interactive Television

Elizabeth Stringer & Wing S Cheung	Learning self-image through computer-based learning

Gerard Leary & Wayne Johncock		Using the computer in the classroom to develop spelling skills

Glen Patterson				Is the World Really Shrinking?  National Geographic Kids Network 
					(An International Telecommunications Network)

Dr Helga AH Rowe			Cognitive Tools to Serve Reflection

Jennifer Galligan			Margins to mainstream - Policy and implementation in Queensland 1983 - 95

John Oalkey & Anne McDougall		Census Data: A Resource for Educational Investigation

Neil Bloomfield				What parents expect from computers at school

John Turner				School teacher potential within the computer constructivist mathematics classroom

Joy Nunn, Dale Gordon & Genevieve Leach	Learning Without Limits...

Dr Larry Nelson & Jeremy Pagram		A Third Go for CAL?

Margaret Sutherland			Distance Education: Then till now

Martyn Wild & Ron Oliver		Stop the world. I want to get on: Using the Internet in schools

Michelle Williams			QSITE Computer Educator of the Year

Mike O'Connor				Facilitating the Adoption of Presentation Graphics in Higher Education

Mike O'Connor				The effects of workplace organisation on the development of word processing skills

Richard Hewison				Learning within the limits: Realistic expectations of computer 
					assisted language learning

Dr Nicola J. Yelland			Learning without limits: Empowerment for young children exploring with technology

Pat Braid & Martyn Wild			Using electronic books to stimulate reluctant readers

Paul Newhouse				Precipitation from Computer-Saturated Learning Environments

Sue Trinidad				Live Kids - Robotics

Wing Au & Peter Beamish			Databases and student learning

Panel Session 2 Who needs schools when we have the Superhighway to deliver education?

Panel Session 3 Policy and planning with technology is a perfect case of the tail wagging the dog

Panel Session 4 Multimedia in education: The best is yet to come

Wednesday July 12th

Bernard Kolker				Developing national computing curriculum for TAFE and private providers 

Carol Newton-Smith & Darlen Lion	Surviving the education overload

Charles Hedbring			Biblio-Refs: A practical computer based solution to managing YOUR 
					Literature References

Clark Quinn				Multimedia Design Guideline System

Erwin Waldman				Enhancing student learning and assessment using computer generated assignments

Grant Keady, N Fowkes & J Ward		Interactive maths texts from Computer Algebra Systems: used in teaching 
					engineering students

Gray Clayton				The International Water Project 1992 - 1994

Dr Helga AH Rowe			Shared Technology Training: A Model for School, TAFE and Industry Collaboration and 
					its Implications for a Curriculum in Computing

Jacki Smith, Michael Ryan & David Potter Design Principles and Strategies of a School Based Information Technology Subject

Janine Bowes & Ken Price		Zen and the art of structured thought: an approach to teaching programming 
					(subtitle: Goldilocks and the three variables of type bear)

Michelle Williams			The reality of Internet access and use in Queensland schools

Nola Adam & Martyn Wild			Investigating Children's literacy development with CDRom

Pam Gibbons				Structuring Collaborative Computer Programming Environments with regard to individual differences

Paul Newhouse				Developing technology-related courses geared to connect with student outcome statements

Peter McKenzie				Using CASE to Expand Students' Learning

Robert Zenhausem			Learning Disability and Education in the 21st Century

Robyn Polan & Peter McKenzie		Where teaching finishes and learning begins

Ron Green				Creative tools transforming mathematical learning

Shelda Debowski				Introducing information databases: training issues

Sue Green				4D First System design and relational databases (Macintosh)

Wing Au & Ian West			Computer usage in the teaching and learning of Mathematics

Wing Au & Peter Beamish			Learning with computers and instructional strategies

Panel Session 5 TEFA Forum

Panel Session 6 In the age of multimedia and Internet, LOGO has outlived its usefulness

Thursday July 13th

Carolyn Dowling				What's in a Name?  Microworlds as Learning Environments
Graeme Sawyer				The How and Why of Multimedia in the Classroom.  Education Rationale

Jim King				Logistics, design and rationale of a multimedia CD-Rom development project

Maureen Welch				Australia-Asia using telecommunications in schools

Muriel Jefferson & Paul Newhouse	Interactive Television: The Promise, the Reality!

Paul Chandler				Why conventional computer instruction is ineffective for learning

Wing Au					Logo programming: Instructional methods, problem solving and classromm interactions

Panel Session 7 Are boys still the computer enthusiasts in schools?