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|Title:||Information Technology for Training and Education (ITTE): Conference keynote addresses (Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, February 4-8, 1991)||Issue Date:||Feb-1991||Abstract:||This volume presents the text of nine keynote addresses and an abstract of one other address presented at itte'91, an international forum and conference on Information Technology for Training and Education (itte). Each address is preceded by biographical information on the speaker and followed by a brief critique by a professional in information technology, instructional design, training, or education. The?collection contains the following papers: (1) "An Antipodean View of Technology Based Training" (Nick Rushby, United Kingdom; critique by Brian Carss); (2) "Information Training Technology: The North American Perspective" (Thomas C. Reeves, United States; critique by Alan F. Holzl); (3) "Technology: a New Disability?" (Dennis Kviz, United States; critique by Michael Macklin); (4) "The Horse or the Cart?" (Apple Computer Representative; abstract only); (5) "Information Technologies and Training Issues in Qantas" (David Cormack, Australia; critique by Margaret Berenyi); (6) "An Open Learning Approach in the Industry Training Context" (John Sayer and Mike Donaghue, Australia; critique by Jeni Neary); (7) "it Awareness--From the Board Level to the Coalface" (Neil Divett and Peter Lennon; critique by Ken Lyons and Pramod Sharma); (8) "Technology and Tertiary Education: Paradigm Shift or Technophobia?" (Rod Sims, Australia; critique by Michael Crock); (9) "Restructuring Vocational Training and Education for Information Technologies" (Tony Whittingham, Australia; critique by Helen Parker); and (10) "Tertiary Training in the Information Technology Age" (Craig Sherrin, Australia; critique by Steve Murray). (Db).||Description:||129 p.||Subjects:||ITTE 91
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