PhD Thesis Timetable

A meeting with the PhD supervisor must mean a new planned timetable for completion of the PhD. In order to maximise fear of embarasement if/when I miss the timelines I’m making it public. It also serves the purpose of helping people understand why I might be ignoring them over the next 8 months or so.

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IS diffusion theory research – hints for e-learning implementation

I’ve previously written here about the value I believe which diffusion theory brings to helping understand, design and support the implementation of e-learning within a university context. Diffusion of Innovations theory has been “>used significantly within the information systems research community. That research has consistently found that three perceived characteristics of an innovation are important

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E-learning and information systems – a connection?

I currently work in e-learning for which I use the OECD definition – “the use of information and communication technologies to support and enhance learning and teaching”. My original discipline as an academic is the information systems discipline. To some extent, I believe this background provides some useful insights that help with the implementation of

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Why "modeller-broker" orientation is inherently limited – bridging the gap

The modeller-broker orientation Here at CQU there is a mindset amongst a surprisingly large number of folk that align closely with a quote from Land (2001) I think we work much more effectively by working with departments we know are active, then try to get some examples out to other people. They see that it

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