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Website containing project materials, presentations and resources relating to "Educating the Net generation" project. Educating the Net Generation is a collaborative project involving the University of Melbourne, the University of Wollongong, and Charles Sturt University. The project, funded by the Australian Learning and Teaching Council, began in June 2006. It involved an investigation into students' and teachers' use of new technologies and the development of eight case studies in which emerging technologies were implemented in learning settings across the three participating universities. The aims of the project are to to develop and implement pedagogically sound, technology-based tools to enhance student learning in local learning environments.

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  • Educational innovations--Australia.
  • Educational innovations--Australia--Case studies.
  • Internet in education--Australia.
  • Internet in education--Australia--Case studies.
  • Information technology--Australia.
  • Education, higher--Effect of technological innovations on--Australia.
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