InSITE 2004 Papers
By Research Area


All papers have been blind refereed by three or more peers

Bias, Misinformation, & Disinformation

Saturday, 26 June 11:00-12:30 Room: C

Biases and Heuristics in Judgment and Decision Making: The Dark Side of Tacit Knowledge

Tayyab Maqsood, RMIT University, Australia

Andrew Finegan, Charles Darwin University, Australia

Derek Walker, RMIT University, Australia

Misinforming Knowledge through Ontology

Bill Davey, RMIT University, Australia

Arthur Tatnall, Victoria University, Australia

E-mail and Misinformation: A South African Case Study

Laurette Pretorius, University of South Africa, South Africa

Andries Barnard, University of South Africa, South Africa

Sunday, 27 June 11:00-12:30 Room: B

Information Quality: The Relationship to Recruitment in Pre-Tertiary IT Education

Kaylene Clayton, Griffith University, Australia

Public Perceptions of Biometric Devices:The Effect of Misinformation on Acceptance and Use

Janette Moody, The Citadel, USA

Communication Studies & Informing

Sunday, 27 June 13:45-15:15 Room: B

The Cycle of Knowledge Creation and Learning in Agribusiness

Erlaine Binotto, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil and The University of Queensland, Australia

Eleri Hamer, Faculdade do Sul do Mato Grosso, Brazil

Marina Keiko Nakayama, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil

Ricardo Azambuja Silveira, Universidade Federal de Pelotas, Brazil

Communication Management and Control in Distance Learning Scenarios

Freimut Bodendorf, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany

Manfred Schertler, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany

Towards Egocentric Way-Finding Appliances Supporting Navigation in Unfamiliar Terrain

Christopher Lueg, University of Technology Sydney, Australia

Nicola Bidwell, Charles Darwin University, Australia

Sunday, 27 June 15:45-17:15 Room: B

A Contribution to Defining the Term "Definition"

Sead Spuzic, Central Queensland University, Australia

Fons Nouwens, Central Queensland University, Australia

Data Communications

Sunday, 27 June 15:45-17:15 Room: B

Visions of a Wireless Future in Education Technology

Gavin Russell, University College Cork, Ireland

Ian Pitt, University College, Cork, Ireland

New State Models for Internetwork Technology

S. Paul Maj, Edith Cowan University, Australia

Gurpreet Kohli, Edith Cowan University, Australia

Monday, 28 June 9:00-10:30 Room: B

A Markov Decision Process Model for Traffic Prioritisation Provisioning

Abdullah Gani, The University of Sheffield, UK

Omar Zakaria, The Royal Holloway University, UK

Nor Badrul Anuar Jumaat, The University of Malaya, Malaysia

Information Security Management: A Research Project

Pramod Pandya, California State University, Fullerton, USA

Reza Frazin, California State University, Fullerton, USA

Design

Monday, 28 June 13:45-15:15 Room: D

Instructional Design Tips for Virtually Teaching Practical Skills

Peter Fenrich, British Columbia Institute of Technology, Canada

A Web Services-Oriented Approach to Unlock Information

Youcef Baghdadi, Sultan Qaboos University, Oman

Digital Divide & Social Justice

Monday, 28 June 11:00-12:30 Room: B

The Human-Computer Interaction Gearing Up for Work

Elspeth McKay, RMIT University, Australia

Trang Thomas, RMIT University, Australia

Jenny Martin, RMIT University, Australia

Technology and Marginalization: A Case Study of the Limited Adoption of the Intranet at a State-owned Organization in Rural Australia

Niranjala (Nina) Weerakkody, Deakin University, Australia

E-Commerce

Monday, 28 June 13:45-15:15 Room: B

How Much Can We Spare with E-business: Exam-ining the Effects in Supply Chain Management

Liljana Ferbar, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Economics, Slovenia

e-HR and Employee Self Service: A Case Study of a Victorian Public Sector Organisation

Paul Hawking, Victoria University, Australia

Andrew Stein, Victoria University, Australia

Susan Foster, Monash University, Australia

Do Project Manager’s Utilise Potential Customers in E-Commerce Developments?

Julian Terry, Edith Cowan University, Australia

 
Craig Standing, Edith Cowan University, Australia

 
Ethical & Philosophical Issues

 
Sunday, 27 June 9:00-10:30 Room: C

 
Software Development: Informing Sciences Perspective

 
Borislav Roussev, University of the Virgin Islands, USA

 
Yvonna Roussev, University of the Virgin Islands, USA

 
Challenge or Chaos: A Discourse Analysis of Women’s Perceptions of the Culture of Change in the IT Industry

 
Sue Nielsen, Griffith University, Australia

 
Liisa von Hellens, Griffith University, Australia

 
Jenine Beekhuyzen, Griffith University, Australia

 
The Evaluation of a Computer Ethics Program

 
Graeme Byrne, La Trobe University, Australia

 
Lorraine Staehr, La Trobe University, Australia

 
Sunday, 27 June 11:00-12:30 Room: C

 
Exploring the Research Ethics Doman for Postgraduate Students in Computing

 
Kay Fielden, UNITEC Institute of Technology, New Zealand

 
Creation of Anticipatory Information Support for Virtual Organizations Between System(s) Theory and System Thinking

 
Vojko Potocan, University of Maribor, Faculty of Economics and Business, Slovenia

 
Matjaz Mulej, University of Maribor, Faculty of Economics and Business, Slovenia

 
Information Science & Library

 
Monday, 28 June 11:00-12:30 Room: D

 
Enterprise Applications Portfolio Management Utilizing COTS

 
Masafumi Kotani, IBM Asia Pacific HQ, Japan

 
Development and Validation of an Instrument for Assessing Users' Views about the Usability of Digital Libraries

 
Alex Koohang, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, USA

 
Informing the Community and Society

 
Saturday, 26 June 13:45-15:15 Room: D

 
Promoting Fusion in the Business-IT Relationship

 
Nina Evans, Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa

 
Location-Oriented Knowledge Management in a Tourism Context: Connecting Virtual Communities to Physical Locations

 
Christopher Lueg, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia

 
Manufacturing Organizational Memory: Logged Conversation Thread

 
Masafumi Kotani, IBM AsiaPacific HQ Industry Sector marketing executive, Japan

 
Saturday, 26 June 15:45-17:15 Room: D

 
Accessibility Improvement of Multicultural Educational Web In-terface by using the User Centred Design (UCD) Approach

 
Md Shah Jahan Miah, Griffith University, Australia

 
The SWIMS CD-ROM Pilot: Using Community Development Principles and Technologies of the Information Society to Address Identified

 
Daniel Teghe, Central Queensland University, Australia

 
Bruce A. Knight, Central Queensland University, Australia

 
Cecily Knight, Central Queensland University, Australia

 
Evaluation of Web Pages as a Tool in Public Relations

 
Peter Trkman, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

 
Jaka Lindic, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

 
IT Education - Curriculum Issues

 
Saturday, 26 June 11:00-12:30 Room: A

 
A Computer Hardware/Software/Services Planning and Selection Course for the CIS/IT Curriculum

 
John Maniotes, Purdue University Calumet, USA

 
Charles R. Winer, Purdue University Calumet, USA

 
Project-Based Learning in Online Postgraduate Education

 
Des Matejka, ACU National, Australian Catholic University, Australia

 
Connecting with the Y Generation: An Analysis of Factors Associated with the Academic Performance of Foundation IS Students

 
Rohan Genrich, University of Southern Queensland, Australia

 
Dave Roberts, University of Southern Queensland, Australia

 
Aileen Cater-Steel, University of Southern Queensland, Australia

 
Ee Kuan Low, University of Southern Queensland, Australia

 
Saturday, 26 June 15:45-17:15 Room: B

 
On-line Learning and Ontological Engineering

 
Samuel Sambasivam, Azusa Pacific University, USA

 
Tao Li, Azusa Pacific University, USA

 
Sunday, 27 June 9:00-10:30 Room: A

 
A Single Case Study Approach to Teaching: Effects on Learning and Understanding

 
Tony Jewels, Queensland University of Technology, Australia

 
Marilyn Ford, Griffith University, Australia

 
Retrofitting Generic Graduate Attributes: A Case-Study of Information Systems Undergraduate Programs

 
Mark Toleman, University of Southern Quensland, Australia

 
Dave Roberts, University of Southern Quensland, Australia

 
Charmaine Ryan, University of Southern Quensland, Australia

 
Introducing Instruction into a Personalised Learning Environment

 
Frank Kurzel, University of South Australia, Australia

 
Sunday, 27 June 11:00-12:30 Room: A

 
Logical Soft Systems Modelling for Programme Development: An Action Research

 
Ho-Leung Tsoi, , Hong Kong

 
Critical Thinking and Reasoning for Information Systems Students

 
Theda Thomas, ACU National, Australia

 
Tim Davis, ACU National, Australia

 
Alanah Kazlauskas, ACU National, Australia

 
The Need for an Analysis Body of Knowledge (ABOK) - Will the Real Analyst Please Stand Up?

 
Nina Evans, Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa

 
Sunday, 27 June 15:45-17:15 Room: A

 
Towards a Structural Model Connecting Hard Skills, Soft Skills and Job Conditions and the IS Professional: The Student Perspective

 
Rodney Turner, Victoria University, Australia

 
Returning the ‘I’ in the ‘IT’ Education of MScIS/MBA Professionals

 
Peter Baloh, Faculty of Economics, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia, Slovenia

 
Monday, 28 June 9:00-10:30 Room: A

 
Students’ Pedagogical Preferences in the Delivery of IT Capstone Courses

 
Kathy Lynch, Monash University, Australia

 
Annegret Goold, Deakin University, Australia

 
Jenny Blain, Ninox Solutions, Australia

 
Web ACE - A Study in Reciprocal Informing

 
Iwona Miliszewska, Victoria University, Australia

 
Grace Tan, Victoria University, Australia

 
Insights into Using Agile Development Methods in Student Final Year Projects

 
Roy Morien, Curtin University of Technology, Australia

 
Monday, 28 June 13:45-15:15 Room: A

 
Restructuring an Undergraduate Database Management Course for Business Students

 
Mali Senapathi, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand

 
ICT Education and Training in Sub-Saharan Africa: Multimode versus Traditional Distance Learning

 
JC (Joey) Jansen van Vuuren, Technikon Pretoria, South Africa

 
FP (Petrie) Coetzee, Technikon Pretoria, South Africa

 
Unable to Attend Room:

 
Preparing Teachers for the Challenges of Technology Integration

 
Melina Ziegel, Teacher's College, Columbia University in the City of New York, USA

 
IT Education - Distance Education & E-Learning

 
Saturday, 26 June 15:45-17:15 Room: A

 
A Matrixulation Method for Mapping an E-learning Platform Designer’s Conception of Learning: A Pilot Study

 
Ari Marko Sievänen, University of Jyväskylä, Finland

 
Web-enhanced Course

 
Virginia M. MacEntee, SUNY Oswego, USA

 
Barbara A. Lewis, Florida Metropolitan University, USA

 
Does Technology Impact on Teaching Styles or Do Teaching Styles Impact on Technology in the Delivery of Higher Education?

 
Tony Jewels, Queensland University of Technology, Australia

 
Carmen de Pablos Heredero, Rey Juan Carlos Univerity, Spain

 
Marilyn Campbell, Queensland University of Technology, Australia

 
Sunday, 27 June 13:45-15:15 Room: A

 
A Framework for Student Assessment using Applied Simulation

 
Tony Richardson, Massey University - Albany, New Zealand

 
Higher Education Course Content: Paper-Based, Online or Hybrid Course Delivery?

 
Glen Van Der Vyver, University of Southern Queensland, Australia

 
Michael Lane, University of Southern Queensland, Australia

 
Deakin Online: An Evolving Case Study

 
Jo Coldwell, Deakin University, Australia

 
Douglas Newlands, Deakin University, Australia

 
Monday, 28 June 11:00-12:30 Room: A

 
Integrating E-Learning Content into Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Curriculum

 
Paul Hawking, Victoria University, Australia

 
Brendan McCarthy, Victoria University, Australia

 
IT Education - How to teach IT

 
Saturday, 26 June 13:45-15:15 Room: A

 
A Data Model Validation Approach for Relational Database Design Courses

 
Kevin R. Parker, Idaho State University, USA

 
Teaching and Learning with BlueJ: Evaluation of a Pedagogical Tool

 
Kelsey van Haaster, Monash University, Australia

 
Dianne Hagan, Monash University, Australia

 
A Framework for Teaching Mobile and Wireless Technology

 
Ric Jentzsch, University of Canberra, Australia

 
Masoud Mohammadian, University of Canberra, Australia

 
Monday, 28 June 11:00-12:30 Room: A

 
What to Teach Business Students in MIS Courses about Data and Information

 
Zbigniew J. Gackowski, California State University Stanislaus, USA

 
Making a CASE for Using the Students Choice of Software or Systems Development Tools

 
Barbara Howell, Leeds Metropolitan University, UK

 
IT Education - Other Education Issues

 
Saturday, 26 June 13:45-15:15 Room: B

 
Towards an Interactive Learning Environment for Object-Z

 
Selvarajah Mohanarajah, Massey University, New Zealand

 
Ray Kemp, Massey University, New Zealand

 
Elizabeth Kemp, Massey University, New Zealand

 
Assessing the Impact of Instructional Methods and Information Technology on Student Learning Styles

 
Poonam Kumar, Saginaw Valley State University, USA

 
Anil Kumar, Central Michigan University, USA

 
Karl Smart, Central Michigan University, USA

 
Saturday, 26 June 15:45-17:15 Room: B

 
To PhD or not to PhD

 
R. A. Hodgett, University of South Australia, Australia

 
Information Systems Development Methodologies and all that Jazz

 
Lukasz Michalec, University of South Australia, Australia

 
David A Banks, University of South Australia, Australia

 
Sunday, 27 June 9:00-10:30 Room: B

 
The Need for Training of Computer and Information Systems Managers

 
Sonja Treven, University of Maribor, Slovenia

 
IT Educators and IT Adoption

 
Sharlett Gillard, University of Southern Indiana, USA

 
On the Idea of Organization Transformation: The IS/IT Design Challenge in Systems Thinking

 
Kam Hou Vat, University of Macau, Macau, Macau SAR, China

 
Sunday, 27 June 11:00-12:30 Room: D

 
Automatically Grading Essays with Markit©

 
Robert Williams, Curtin University of Technology, Australia

 
Heinz Dreher, Curtin University of Technology, Australia

 
Factors Influencing the Decision to Choose Information Technology Preparatory Studies in Secondary Schools: An Exploratory Study in

 
Regional/Rural Australia

 
Glen Van Der Vyver, University of Southern Queensland, Australia

 
Debbie Crabb, University of Southern Queensland, Australia

 
Michael Lane, University of Southern Queensland, Australia

 
Unable to Attend Room:

 
Computer Use and Immersion in a Non-IT course

 
H. David Brecht, California State University - Sacramento, USA

 
Suzanne M. Ogilby, California State Unviesity - Sacramento, USA

 
Eugene Sauls, California State University - Sacramento, USA

 
IT Education - Teaching Cases

 
Saturday, 26 June 11:00-12:30 Room: B

 
The Usage of E-Learning Material to Support Good Communication with Learners

 
Hanafizan Hussain, Multimedia University, Malaysia

 
A Case to Do Empirical Study Using Educational Projects

 
Mingyang Gu, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway

 
Web Supported Group Learning

 
Igor Hawryszkiewycz, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia

 
Saturday, 26 June 13:45-15:15 Room: B

 
Universal Help Desk Database Access Tool Using C

 
Samuel Sambasivam, Azusa Pacific University, USA

 
Aleksandar Bulajic, Maersk Data A/S, Denmark

 
Knowledge Management & Organizational

 
Sunday, 27 June 13:45-15:15 Room: C

 
The Effect of a Computer Instructional Model in Bringing about a Conceptual Change in Students’ Understanding of Particulate Concepts of Gas

 
Bao-tyan Hwang, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan, ROC

 
Shang-feng Chiu, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan, ROC

 
Contextual Factors and Administrative Changes

 
Davood Askarany, University of Canberra, Australia

 
Malcolm Smith, University of South Australia, Australia

 
Dynamic Analysis of Barriers to Entry as a Task for an Intelligent Tool

 
Maria Mach, University of Economics, Wroclaw, Poland

 
Other Issues in Informing Clients

 
Saturday, 26 June 11:00-12:30 Room: D

 
Informing with Workflow Technologies

 
Nelly Gackowska, University of the Pacific, USA

 
Communication and Cooperation: Technology Transfer on Australian Family Cotton Farms

 
Dale Gartshore, Griffith University, Australia

 
Action-Guidance: An Action Research Project for the Application of Informing Science in Educational and Vocational Guidance

 
Antonio Cartelli, University of Cassino, Italy

 
Psychology and Human Factors

 
Saturday, 26 June 13:45-15:15 Room: C

 
Are All Distance Learners Created Equal? A Quantitative Analysis of Academic Performance in a Distance Tertiary Institution

 
Zlatko J Kovacic, The Open Polytechnic of New Zealand, New Zealand

 
John Steve Green, The Open Polytechnic of New Zealand, New Zealand

 
What is the Place of Innovative ICT Uses in School Counseling?

 
Marilyn Campbell, Queensland University of Technology, Australia

 
The Roles of Challenge and Skill in the Flow Experiences of Web Users

 
Steven Pace, Central Queensland University, Australia

 
Sunday, 27 June 15:45-17:15 Room: C

 
Behavioural Issues in Software Development: The Evolution of a New Course Dealing with the Psychology of Computer Programming

 
John Lenarcic, RMIT University, Australia

 
A Comparison of Learning and Teaching Styles - Self-Perception of IT Students

 
Zlatko J Kovačić, The Open Polytechnic of New Zealand, New Zealand

 
Social & Cultural Issues

 
Monday, 28 June 9:00-10:30 Room: D

 
Issues in Implementing CRM: A Case Study

 
Ilan Rahimi, Manchester Business School, Israel

 
Rui Da Silva, Manchester Business School, England

 
Exploring Change and Innovation by ICT Teaching Staff in the New Zealand Polytechnic Sector

 
Christo Potgieter, Waikato Institute of Technology, New Zealand

 
Searching for Tomorrow's Programmers

 
Michael de Raadt, University of Southern Queensland, Australia

 
Technology Issues

 
Monday, 28 June 9:00-10:30 Room: C

 
ERP Systems and User Perceptions: An Approach for Implementation Success

 
Xavier Thavaruban Thavapragasam, Griffith University, Australia

 
Music in Cyberspace

 
Michelle W. L. Fong, Victoria University, Australia

 
Extended Object Languages for The Extolware Persistent Framework

 
Tong Ming Lim, Monash University Malaysia, Malaysia

 
Sai Peck Lee, University of Malaya, Malaysia

 
Virtual Community

 
Saturday, 26 June 15:45-17:15 Room: C

 
The Impact of Web-Based Middleware Systems on Training and Assessment through In-House Develop System

 
Johnson Dehinbo, Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa

 
The Human Dimension on Distance Learning: A Case Study of a Telecommunication Company

 
Marina Keiko Nakayama, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil

 
Bianca Smith Pilla, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil

 
Erlaine Binotto, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil and The University of Queensland, Australia

 
Ricardo Azambuja Silveira, Universidade Federal de Pelotas, Brazil

 
Submission and Peer Review of Learning Objects Using a Community-Based Repository

 
Ilona Box, University of Western Sydney, Australia

 
Sunday, 27 June 13:45-15:15 Room: D

 
Web Based vs. Web Supported Learning Environment - A Distinction of Course Organizing or Learning Style?

 
Hong Wu, Østfold University College, Norway

 
Share, Collaborate, Create Virtual Conferences

 
Jorge Coll, Universidad Central de Venezuela, Venezuela

 
Rosanna Del Vecchio, Universidad Central de Venezuela, Venezuela

 
Christiane Metzner, Universidad Central de Venezuela, Venezuela

 
Eugenio Scalise, Universidad Central de Venezuela, Venezuela

 
Hector Arrechedera, Universidad Central de Venezuela, Venezuela

 
Maria Dolores Fariña, Universidad Central de Venezuela, Venezuela

 
Sunday, 27 June 15:45-17:15 Room: D

 
Customer Service Factors Influencing Internet Shopping in New Zealand

 
Zhojun Zhao, University of Auckland, New Zealand

 
Jairo Gutierrez, University of Auckland, New Zealand

 
Cyber Crime Influencing Businesses in South Africa

 
ME Herselman, Technikon Pretoria, South Africa

 
Matt Warren, Deakin University, Australia

 
Working Together

 
Sunday, 27 June 9:00-10:30 Room: D

 
Working in a Group before Meeting Face-to-Face - A Case of International Student Online Project

 
Hong Wu, Østfold University College, Norway

 
Gunnar Andersson, Østfold University College, Norway

 
Mathias Wilichowski, University of Wismar, Germany

 
Collaborative Work Skills for the Beginning IS Professional

 
Kathy Lynch, Monash University, Australia

 
Monday, 28 June 13:45-15:15 Room: C

 
Guiding Students Learning Project Team Management from Their Own Practice

 
Wanwu Guo, Edith Cowan University, Australia

 
Organisational Paradigms and Network Centric Organisations

 
Irena Ali, Defence Science and Technology Organisation, Australia

 
Leoni Warne, Defence Science and Technology Organisation, Australia

 
Derek Bopping, Defence Science and Technology Organisation, Australia

 
Dennis Hart, Australian National University, Aystralia

 
Celina Pascoe, University of Canberra, Australia

 
To PhD or not to PhD

 
R. A. Hodgett, University of South Australia, Australia

 
Information Systems Development Methodologies and all that Jazz

 
Lukasz Michalec, University of South Australia, Australia

 
David A Banks, University of South Australia, Australia

 
Sunday, 27 June 9:00-10:30 Room: B

 
The Need for Training of Computer and Information Systems Managers

 
Sonja Treven, University of Maribor, Slovenia

 
IT Educators and IT Adoption

 
Sharlett Gillard, University of Southern Indiana, USA

 
On the Idea of Organization Transformation: The IS/IT Design Challenge in Systems Thinking

 
Kam Hou Vat, University of Macau, Macau, Macau SAR, China

 
Sunday, 27 June 11:00-12:30 Room: D

 
Automatically Grading Essays with Markit©

 
Robert Williams, Curtin University of Technology, Australia

 
Heinz Dreher, Curtin University of Technology, Australia

 
Factors Influencing the Decision to Choose Information Technology Preparatory Studies in Secondary

 
Schools: An Exploratory Study in Regional/Rural Australia

 
Glen Van Der Vyver, University of Southern Queensland, Australia

 
Debbie Crabb, University of Southern Queensland, Australia

 
Michael Lane, University of Southern Queensland, Australia

 
Unable to Attend Room:

 
Computer Use and Immersion in a Non-IT course

 
H. David Brecht, California State University - Sacramento, USA

 
Suzanne M. Ogilby, California State Unviesity - Sacramento, USA

 
Eugene Sauls, California State University - Sacramento, USA

 
IT Education - Teaching Cases

 
Saturday, 26 June 11:00-12:30 Room: B

 
The Usage of E-Learning Material to Support Good Communication with Learners

 
Hanafizan Hussain, Multimedia University, Malaysia

 
A Case to Do Empirical Study Using Educational Projects

 
Mingyang Gu, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway

 
Web Supported Group Learning

 
Igor Hawryszkiewycz, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia

 
Saturday, 26 June 13:45-15:15 Room: B

 
Universal Help Desk Database Access Tool Using C

 
Samuel Sambasivam, Azusa Pacific University, USA

 
Aleksandar Bulajic, Maersk Data A/S, Denmark

 
Knowledge Management & Organizational

 
Sunday, 27 June 13:45-15:15 Room: C

 
The Effect of a Computer Instructional Model in Bringing about a Conceptual Change in Students’

 
Understanding of Particulate Concepts of Gas

 
Bao-tyan Hwang, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan, ROC

 
Shang-feng Chiu, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan, ROC

 
Contextual Factors and Administrative Changes

 
Davood Askarany, University of Canberra, Australia

 
Malcolm Smith, University of South Australia, Australia

 
Dynamic Analysis of Barriers to Entry as a Task for an Intelligent Tool

 
Maria Mach, University of Economics, Wroclaw, Poland

 
Other Issues in Informing Clients

 
Saturday, 26 June 11:00-12:30 Room: D

 
Informing with Workflow Technologies

 
Nelly Gackowska, University of the Pacific, USA

 
Communication and Cooperation: Technology Transfer on Australian Family Cotton Farms

 
Dale Gartshore, Griffith University, Australia

 
Action-Guidance: An Action Research Project for the Application of Informing Science in Educational and

 
Vocational Guidance

 
Antonio Cartelli, University of Cassino, Italy

 
Psychology and Human Factors

 
Saturday, 26 June 13:45-15:15 Room: C

 
Are All Distance Learners Created Equal? A Quantitative Analysis of Academic Performance in a Distance

 
Tertiary Institution

 
Zlatko J Kovacic, The Open Polytechnic of New Zealand, New Zealand

 
John Steve Green, The Open Polytechnic of New Zealand, New Zealand

 
What is the Place of Innovative ICT Uses in School Counseling?

 
Marilyn Campbell, Queensland University of Technology, Australia

 
The Roles of Challenge and Skill in the Flow Experiences of Web Users

 
Steven Pace, Central Queensland University, Australia

 
Sunday, 27 June 15:45-17:15 Room: C

 
Behavioural Issues in Software Development: The Evolution of a New Course Dealing with the Psychology of

 
Computer Programming

 
John Lenarcic, RMIT University, Australia

 
A Comparison of Learning and Teaching Styles - Self-Perception of IT Students

 
Zlatko J Kovačić, The Open Polytechnic of New Zealand, New Zealand

 
Social & Cultural Issues

 
Monday, 28 June 9:00-10:30 Room: D

 
Issues in Implementing CRM: A Case Study

 
Ilan Rahimi, Manchester Business School, Israel

 
Rui Da Silva, Manchester Business School, England

 
Exploring Change and Innovation by ICT Teaching Staff in the New Zealand Polytechnic Sector

 
Christo Potgieter, Waikato Institute of Technology, New Zealand

 
Searching for Tomorrow's Programmers

 
Michael de Raadt, University of Southern Queensland, Australia

 
Technology Issues

 
Monday, 28 June 9:00-10:30 Room: C

 
ERP Systems and User Perceptions: An Approach for Implementation Success

 
Xavier Thavaruban Thavapragasam, Griffith University, Australia

 
Music in Cyberspace

 
Michelle W. L. Fong, Victoria University, Australia

 
Extended Object Languages for The Extolware Persistent Framework

 
Tong Ming Lim, Monash University Malaysia, Malaysia

 
Sai Peck Lee, University of Malaya, Malaysia

 
Virtual Community

 
Saturday, 26 June 15:45-17:15 Room: C

 
The Impact of Web-Based Middleware Systems on Training and Assessment through In-House Develop System

 
Johnson Dehinbo, Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa

 
The Human Dimension on Distance Learning: A Case Study of a Telecommunication Company

 
Marina Keiko Nakayama, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil

 
Bianca Smith Pilla, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil

 
Erlaine Binotto, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil and The University of Queensland,

 
Ricardo Azambuja Silveira, Universidade Federal de Pelotas, Brazil

 
Submission and Peer Review of Learning Objects Using a Community-Based Repository

 
Ilona Box, University of Western Sydney, Australia

 
Sunday, 27 June 13:45-15:15 Room: D

 
Web Based vs. Web Supported Learning Environment - A Distinction of Course Organizing or Learning Style?

 
Hong Wu, Østfold University College, Norway

 
Share, Collaborate, Create Virtual Conferences

 
Jorge Coll, Universidad Central de Venezuela, Venezuela

 
Rosanna Del Vecchio, Universidad Central de Venezuela, Venezuela

 
Christiane Metzner, Universidad Central de Venezuela, Venezuela

 
Eugenio Scalise, Universidad Central de Venezuela, Venezuela

 
Hector Arrechedera, Universidad Central de Venezuela, Venezuela

 
Maria Dolores Fariña, Universidad Central de Venezuela, Venezuela

 
Sunday, 27 June 15:45-17:15 Room: D

 
Customer Service Factors Influencing Internet Shopping in New Zealand

 
Zhojun Zhao, University of Auckland, New Zealand

 
Jairo Gutierrez, University of Auckland, New Zealand

 
Cyber Crime Influencing Businesses in South Africa

 
ME Herselman, Technikon Pretoria, South Africa

 
Matt Warren, Deakin University, Australia

 
Working Together

 
Sunday, 27 June 9:00-10:30 Room: D

 
Working in a Group before Meeting Face-to-Face - A Case of International Student Online Project

 
Hong Wu, Østfold University College, Norway

 
Gunnar Andersson, Østfold University College, Norway

 
Mathias Wilichowski, University of Wismar, Germany

 
Collaborative Work Skills for the Beginning IS Professional

 
Kathy Lynch, Monash University, Australia

 
Monday, 28 June 13:45-15:15 Room: C

 
Guiding Students Learning Project Team Management from Their Own Practice

 
Wanwu Guo, Edith Cowan University, Australia

 
Organisational Paradigms and Network Centric Organisations

 
Irena Ali, Defence Science and Technology Organisation, Australia

 
Leoni Warne, Defence Science and Technology Organisation, Australia

 
Derek Bopping, Defence Science and Technology Organisation, Australia

 
Dennis Hart, Australian National University, Aystralia

 
Celina Pascoe, University of Canberra, Australia