Search results for author:"Colin Anderson"
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Australian Educational Computing Vol. 18, No. 1 (June 2003) pp. 11–20
This paper begins with three very "public" examples of how education providers across Australia are attempting to assimilate new teaching and learning technologies into existing teaching and learning structures. The transition, as predicted, is not...
Educational Media International Vol. 37, No. 3 (2000) pp. 167–75
Reports on a study of video use by learners in a multimedia language course, their perceptions of the contribution of video to learning, and the affective evaluations they ascribe to video versus print sources. The subjects for the study were...
Science Teacher Vol. 67, No. 3 (2000) pp. 40–43
Points out the sex differences in enrollment in computer science courses and less experience among females with computers. Discusses female confidence in computer use in single sex classrooms, and indicates the increasing confidence level and more...
Australian Educational Computing Vol. 20, No. 2 (December 2005) pp. 3–10
This paper reports preliminary work in an ARC Linkage Project involving collaboration among James Cook University, Education Queensland, and Technology One (a Queensland based company). The project aims to identify and interpret factors associated...
‘Because it’s boring, irrelevant and I don’t like computers’: Why high school girls avoid professionally-oriented ICT subjects
Computers & Education Vol. 50, No. 4 (May 2008) pp. 1304–1318
The current paper details results from the Girls and ICT survey phase of a three year study investigating factors associated with low participation rates by females in education pathways leading to professional level information and communications...
Insider Perspectives vs. Public Perceptions of ICT: Toward Policy for Enhancing Female Student Participation in Academic Pathways to Professional Careers in ICT
Policy Futures in Education Vol. 7, No. 1 (2009) pp. 44–64
This article reports findings of a national online survey of Australian women employed in Information and Communication Technology (ICT)-related careers. The Women in ICT Industry Survey was the culminating stage of a larger Australian Research...