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lab.3000 - innovation in digital design is building, connecting and promoting the value of design in Victoria. Funded by the State Government and hosted at RMIT University, lab.3000 is dedicated to Victoria's future as a world leading design capital and a creative hub that stimulates collaboration between design professionals, industries, ICT specialists and educational institutions.
http://lab.3000.com.au/index.jsp
December 6, 2005

 

 

Interesting Online Lectures and Presentations

Growing Internet-mediated Communities of Practice in Education

Bronwyn Stuckey, Wollongong Universityhttp://emerge2004.net/profile/abstract.php?resid=31

PowerPoint View attachment
Growing Internet-mediated Communities of Practice in Education

Breeze Presentation View | download | (local Copy) 4,768 KB
Slideshow with narration (29 slides)

retrieved October 28, 2005

'Four Funerals and a Wedding: disruptive technologies and digital convergence'

Dr Damian Conway used humour and creativity to explain how technology will change our lives in the next 10 to 15 years.

How might the coming IT shifts affect how you work, play and live? Find out by listening to Damian Conway's presentation using Real Player audio or mp3.

http://www.monash.edu.au/alumni/events/gearing-for-success/june-2005.html retrieved October 28, 2005

 

 

 

L-Soft logo If you are searching for an e-mail distribution list to subscribe to try L-Soft

Landsat 7 Picture Mosaic of AustraliaLandsat 7 Picture Mosaic of Australia
http://www.auslig.gov.au/acres/prod_ser/ls7_picmosaic.htm

Lego Mindstorms


If you don't know what Lego Mindstorms® is, please visit the Official Lego Mindstorms site. In brief, it's a system based upon standard Lego Technic parts and a special microcomputer, and provides an easy way to build and program your own custom robots.

Building Robots with LEGO Mindstorms
http://www.marioferrari.org/lego_mindstorm.html

Library Catalogue
http://innopac.ballarat.edu.au

Links: No Underline
http://www.pageresource.com/html/link3.htm

 

 

Link Checker

What it does

The link checker reads an HTML or XHTML document and extracts a list of anchors and links.

It checks that no anchor is defined twice.

It then checks that all the links are dereferenceable, including the fragments. It warns about HTTP redirects, including directory redirects.

It can check recursively a part of a Web site.

There is a command line version and a CGI version. They both support HTTP basic authentication. This is achieved in the CGI version by passing through the authorization information from the user browser to the site tested.

http://validator.w3.org/checklink
Link added October 8, 2005


 

Location of Computer Laboratories

Location of Computer Laboratories

Location of Ballarat Campuses

Location of Ballarat Campuses

Login to WebCT

Logo Resources

MicroWorlds LogoMicroworlds Links

 

 

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macromedia

Macromedia Educators
http://www.macromedia.com/resources/education

Making movies a guide for young filmmakers 126 pages in 6 chapters PDF File
http://www.admitone.org/makingmovies/main.php3

The Mandelbrot Set The Mandelbrot set

Maps of Ballarat and Australia

 

Martin Luther King, Jr. links

http://nobelprize.org/peace/laureates/1964/king-bio.html

 

The World Clock Meeting Planner
Pick date and cities The World Clock Meeting Planner: Results

http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/meeting.html

The University of Melbourne

My student page at the University of Melbourne
http://www.student.unimelb.edu.au/~rupert/index.html

Melbourne museumMelbourne Museum education services for teachers http://www.melbourne.museum.vic.gov.au/education/teachers.html

Microsoft Media Player Download

 

MicroWorlds LogoMicroworlds Links

LEGO Mindstorms For Schools
http://www.lego.com/eng/education/mindstorms/default.asp

See also: RoboLab resources

 

Moving Image Gateway > Science and Technology

The Moving Image Gateway (MIG) is a new service that collects together websites that relate to moving images and sound and their use in higher and further education. The sites are classified by academic discipline, some forty subjects from Agriculture to Women's Studies, collected within the four main categories of Arts & Humanities, Bio-Medical, Social Sciences and Science & Technology. Each site has been evaluated and described by the BUFVC's Information Service, which regularly checks and updates the database. Sites are highlighted which have video or audio streaming. There are some 600 sites on the MIG database at present, and it continues to grow at the rate of ten per month.

 

Mt Helen Campus Map Mt Helen Campus Map

Mt Helen Student's IT Starter Kit

myballarat.com

myballarat.com
http://www.myballarat.com/asp/index.asp

 

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numeracysoftware.com

This site aims to provide teachers with a range of resources to support the teaching of numeracy at Key Stages 1, 2 and 3. As well as numeracy software you will find news summaries, web links, and free resources to download - all updated every week.
http://www.numeracysoftware.com/freemenu.html

 New titles at Mt Helen Library

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Open Source

OpenOffice.org is both a multiplatform and multilingual office suite and an open-source project. Compatible with all other major office suites, the product is free to download, use, and distribute. To help build the community, join us.
http://www.openoffice.org/

Welcome to MozOO.org
MozOO.org is a set of productivity tools for Windows. It is specifically aimed at home and small business users who "just want to get on with work". If you use Windows but are tired of expensive office package upgrades, MozOO.org is for you. The term "free" in our motto refers to freedom (liberty), not price, although the contents of this CD are made available at no cost.
http://mozoo.org/wikicms.php

How to Evaluate Open Source Software / Free Software (OSS/FS) Programs
David A. Wheeler
dwheeler @ dwheeler.com
Revised as of August 26, 2005
http://www.dwheeler.com/oss_fs_eval.html
December 3, 2005

Welcome to Open Source Industry Australia
OSIA is the national industry body for Open Source within Australia. We exist to further the cause of both Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) in Australia and to help our members to improve their business success in this growing sector of the global Information and Communication Technology (ICT) market.
http://www.osia.net.au/
December 4, 2005

Catalog of Free and Open Source Software for Education (78 pages - 12 MB)
http://www.cc.com.au/osv/education_FOSS_catalog.pdf
December 4, 2005

Open-Source Resources, Software and Projects:
http://www.luciferjones.org/resources.htm
December 5, 2005

 

 

Optical illusions

Akiyoshi Kitaoka illusion pages

Akiyoshi's latest works
Fantasitc images I recommend rotsnake.gif

Image used with permission of the author
© (2004) Akiyoshi Kitaoka

 

Optical Illusions

http://pics.livejournal.com/doktorzee/gallery/000076bx

 

Student requirements for effective Online Learning
http://www.ballarat.edu.au/ubonline/student_requirements.shtml

 

Register to use forums

General - Education
A general forum for the School of Education

Education Exchanges - Year 1
A forum for First Year Students in the School of Education.

Oscilloscope for Windows

 

 

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· Create a 360 degree Panorama using Ulead COOL 360
    See: Example Panorama &
            27 Panoramic images from the top of Mt Buninyong Fire Tower

            Ulead COOL 360 http://www.ulead.com/cool360/

Panorama of Alfredton Primary School by Ryan OliverPanorama of Alfredton Primary School by Ryan Oliver

Panorama of Mowbray College by Melanie Brooks
Panorama of Mowbray College by Melanie Brooks

· Manipulate 5 photographs using Paint Shop Pro
    See: Using Paint Shop Pro to preserve privacy on the Internet

· Create an electronic portfolio of 5 images consisting of thumbnails linked to full size images.
    See: Paint Shop Pro Notes for details of how to resize images &
            DreamWeaver Notes for details of how to insert images and links on web pages.

 

Paper Works, Still
by Jamie McKenzie

What is all this nonsense about totally digital conferences and schools? This article explores the absurdity (and marketing aspects) of digital tyrannies in contrast to the ongoing value of technologies such as books, sheets of paper, marking pens, white boards, post-it notes and easels.

McKenzie, J. (2001, November). Paper works, still.
     From Now On The Educational Technology Journal, 11 (3)
     Retrieved December 12, 2001, from http://fno.org/nov01/paperworks.html.

 

Partners In Rhyme Royalty Free Music Partners In Rhyme Royalty Free Music
http://www.partnersinrhyme.com/

The Pattern Blocks Program
The Pattern Blocks Program
http://www.arcytech.org/java/patterns/patterns_j.shtml

 

Periodic Table of Elements Java Applet

Periodic Table of Elements

Virtual Physics Laboratory 100's of Java Applets

Phone Help Sheets

 

PHP

Working with forms in PHP by Matt Wade
http://codewalkers.com/tutorials.php?show=12
Printer Friendly Version

 

Pkz04g.exe MS-DOS based zip & un-ziper See: Winzip80.exe for Windows version

 

 

Planet 10 Solar System Solar System
Planet 10 is a virtual model of our Solar System. There are two activities included in Planet 10, Solar System & World Builder
http://www.scienceyear.com/wired/index.html?page=/planet10
Play planet 10

 

Poems

Police Checks


National Criminal History Record Check (NCHRC) Form (PDF - 116KB)

http://www.vit.vic.edu.au/pdfs/NCHRC_Final.pdf

 

Pong Remember Pong?


Prelinger Archives was founded in 1983 by Rick Prelinger in New York City. Over the next twenty years, it grew into a collection of over 48,000 "ephemeral" (advertising, educational, industrial, and amateur) films.
http://www.archive.org/movies/prelinger.php

Preschool Science
http://www.exploratorium.edu/ls/pathfinders/preschool/home.html

Professional ICT & Other Organizations:

 

Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE) http://www.aace.org/default.htm

AACE's membership includes:
researchers, developers, and practitioners in schools, colleges, and universities; administrators, policy decision-makers, trainers, adult educators, and other specialists in education, industry, and the government with an interest in advancing knowledge and learning with information technology worldwide.

Australian Council for Computers in Education ACCE


The Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education (ASCILITE) ASCILITE

 

The Curriculum Corporation Logo

The Curriculum Corporation

As Australia's key school curriculum organisation, we are a major provider and publisher of high quality print and digital curriculum products, provide highly-regarded educational project management services, deliver assessment and testing services to education systems, provide a model for online delivery and nurture strategic partnerships.

ICT in Education Victoria ICT Logo

 

VITTA Logo The Victorian Information Technology Teachers' Association is an independent, non-profit organisation whose members comprise both primary and secondary Information Technology teachers, tertiary educators, and any person with an interest in Information Technology education.

 

Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE)

Mission

The Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education is an international association of individual teacher educators, and affiliated organizations of teacher educators in all disciplines, who are interested in the creation and dissemination of knowledge about the use of information technology in teacher education and faculty/staff development.

The Society seeks to promote research, scholarship, collaboration, exchange, and support among its membership, and to actively foster the development of new national organizations where a need emerges. SITE is the only organization that has as its sole focus the integration of instructional technologies into teacher education programs.

http://site.aace.org/

 

 

 

 

PowerPoint:

 

PowerPoint in the Classroom
www.actden.com/pp/
Summary: Although designed for teachers, this tutorial is also suitable for students looking for information on how to use PowerPoint for presentations. Includes easy-to-follow instructions, interactive screen dumps and a glossary of terms.
Phase of Development: Middle Childhood - Late Adolescence, Teacher Reference
Power Point : Tutorial
www.uwf.edu/~coe/tutorials/technolo/powerpnt/powerpnt.htm
Summary: PowerPoint basics, design considerations, creating a presentation, adding graphics, applying templates and backgrounds, creating speaker notes and handouts and integrating PowerPoint into your teaching program.
Phase of Development: Middle Childhood - Late Adolescence, Teacher Reference

University of Ballarat Library Holdings:

Cook, E. K. (1999). Powerpoint : for terrified teachers.
     Cheltenham, Victoria: Hawker-Brownlow Education.

Heathcote, R. S. U. (2000) Basic powerpoint for schools.
     Ipswich : Payne-Gallway.

Mansfield, R. (1996). Powerpoint for busy people.
     Berkeley: Osborne / McGraw Hill.

Nelson, Stephen L. (1997). Microsoft powerpoint 97 field guide.
     Redmond: Microsoft Press.

Weadock, G. E. & Weadock, E.S. (1997). Creating cool powerpoint 97 presentations.
      California: IDG Books.

Pricelessware Pricelessware

The best of the best in Windows © Freeware, as determined by the readers of alt.comp.freeware

These are all Windows programs, available as Freeware from their authors.
Categories and Programs all listed in alphabetical order.
This list is provided as a service only.

http://home.att.net/~willowbrookemill/pricelesswarealphabetized.html

The Principles of Learning and Teaching P-12


Students learn best when:

1. The learning environment is supportive and productive.
2. The learning environment promotes independence, interdependence and self motivation.
Students' needs, backgrounds, perspectives and interests are reflected in the
3. learning program.
4. Students are challenged and supported to develop deep levels of thinking and application.
5. Assessment practices are an integral part of teaching and learning.
6. Learning connects strongly with communities and practice beyond the classroom.

 

Products Available via the Software Rolling Fund
Available to Victorian Government & Non-Government Schools & TAFE Colleges

Project for Enhancing Effective Learning (PEEL) > Principles of Teaching for Quality Learning


PEEL Principles of Teaching for Quality Learning

1. Share intellectual control with students
2. Look for occasions when students can work out part (or all) of the content or instructions
3. Provide opportunities for choice and independent decision-making
4. Provide diverse range of ways of experiencing success
5. Promote talk which is exploratory, tentative and hypothetical
6. Encourage students to learn from other students' questions and comments
7. Build a classroom environment that supports risk-taking
8. Use a wide variety of intellectually challenging teaching procedures
9. Use teaching procedures that are designed to promote specific aspects of quality learning
10. Develop students' awareness of the big picture: how the various activities fit together and link to the big ideas
11. Regularly raise students' awareness of the nature of different aspects of quality learning
12. Promote assessment as part of the learning process

 

Physical Sciences Centre

...enhancing the student experience in chemistry, physics and astronomy within the university sector

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QTVR www.qtvr.com

 

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Radar Picture Logo Australian Weather Watch Radar Home Page
Adelaide, Brisbane, Darwin, Hobart, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney.

Sample radar radar image

Full Size Animation 85 KB

Our radar images show the location of rain in relation to local features such as the coastline, with different colours used to depict rainfall intensity. For example royal blue represents light drizzle, while red is used to depict very heavy rain (possibly containing hailstones). There are six levels of rainfall intensity shown - see the colour-coded key below each radar image. The images are in scales of 128 km radius and 256 km radius. State boundaries are indicated, as are abbreviated state and town names. We strongly recommend that you refer to Interpreting Weather Watch Radar Images for further information. 

Radar images are normally updated every 10 minutes, however note that there are full and part-time radars. Part-time radars have scheduled daily outages.

see also Bureau of Meteorology

Part of the Commonwealth Bureau of Meteorology, these pages are designed for a variety of subject areas for students in Years 3–10. Interactive models, experiments, lesson plans and quizzes are a feature.

Students & Teachers [Learn about meteorology]
Below are subject-specific experiments and activities designed for students and teachers.They include interactive animated models, a cloud quiz, teacher lesson plans and student worksheets. Some of the web pages below use javascript computer language. Early web browsers (example Netscape version 2 and earlier) will not run the animations. Go to the Help for Teachers page for more detail.

http://www.bom.gov.au/lam/Students_Teachers/learnact.htm


Readings

Regent Multiplex Cinema
http://www.regentmultiplex.com.au/

VITTA Knowledge Exchange Research
A good listing of reearch related sites
http://www.vitta.org.au/public/resources/links/it_research.html

FetchBot

RoboLab Resources
http://www.rupert.id.au/robolab/index.html

Partners In Rhyme Royalty Free Music Royalty Free Music Partners In Rhyme
http://www.partnersinrhyme.com/

Rubric Links

 

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SafariU is O'Reilly Media's new Web-based platform for creating and sharing custom course materials online and in print. SafariU gives Computer Science and Information Technology educators access to the most current repository of computer technology content available, and allows them to create print textbooks and online syllabi tailored precisely to their teaching needs. In the works are services enabling MERLOT and O'Reilly users to incorporate more high quality online resources into faculty-designed courses.


Create, Publish, and Share Customized Computer Science
and Information Technology Course Materials.

SafariU is a revolutionary way to teach exactly what you want to teach, how you want to teach it. With SafariU you can give your students more in-depth and focused content, far greater convenience, and unprecedented value. And do it all from your own computer, whenever you’re ready.
https://www.safariu.com/

Link added October 8, 2005

 

 

Satellite Images

See: Google Earth

1280x1024 290 K - NEW FORMAT

Shanghai, China
This one-meter color image of Shanghai, China was taken by Space Imaging's IKONOS satellite March 22, 2001. The Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation conference opens Saturday in Shanghai.

Credit: "spaceimaging.com."

www.spaceimaging.com/gallery/ioweek/archive/01-10-14/

 

Rupert's Search Engine Listing

Search Engines – Caulfield Grammar's List –

How to Search the Internet
http://www.2learn.ca/research/search.html

Kids Search Engine Listing

SETI@Home

SETI@Home

The following HTML code prevents links from being underlined style="text-decoration:none" this is useful when creating APA citatations in web pages
see below for an example:

Newmarch, E., Taylor-Steele, S., & Cumpston, A. (2002, March 2002). Women in IT What Are the Barriers?
     Department of Education Training and Youth Affairs. Retrieved, February 20 2003, from the World Wide Web:      http://www.dest.gov.au/Research/docs/womenin_it.pdf

SchoolBlogs
http://www.schoolblogs.com/

Weblogs are fully functional web-sites that are updated directly in the internet browser. Their emergence as a component in the two-way flow of information on the web has opened up exciting new avenues for the educational community. SchoolBlogs are weblogs for education.

Simulations

Corocodile Clips

Flash Animations for Physics
http://faraday.physics.utoronto.ca/PVB/Harrison/Flash/

 

soda constructor Soda Constructor

Software titles available for student loan, held within the School of Education

Software Rolling Fund
http://www.sofweb.vic.edu.au/ict/software/srf/products.htm

 

SOFWebSOFWeb
http://www.sofweb.vic.edu.au

SOFWebSOFWeb Information & Communication Technology
http://www.sofweb.vic.edu.au/ict/index.htm

SONY Digital Camera Instructions

SONY Mavica Digital still cameras ManualsTutorials

Sony Mavica Digital Camera Notes:
http://www.rupert.id.au/tutorials/sony/index.html

Spiral Applet

Stilts

Build your own stilts http://www.beyondsense.co.uk/stilts.php

http://www.stiltman.com/stilt-plans.htm

 

Stop Motion Pro

http://www.stopmotionpro.com

What people are saying about Stop Motion Pro:
"If you have seen Clay Motion cartoons and wanted to do something similar then Stop Motion Pro is the program for you.
The program is ridiculously easy to use. It literally took me two minutes to show Computer Corner’s junior testers how to use the program and within five minutes both of them had completed their own thirty-second animation"

Spectrum MIT

Spectrum Electronic Archive

Stella - Polyhedron NavigatorStella - Polyhedron Navigator
Stella: Polyhedron Navigator
http://www.software3d.com/Stella.html

 

 

 

UoB Student Webmail Login

Web Style Guide 2 Web Style Guide 2

Sun Rise and Set Times for Melbourne from the Museum Victoria Australia

Compute Sunrise, Sunset & Twilight Times

Compute a Sunrise/Sunset and Phases of the Moon table

surveymonkey.com


Intelligent survey software for serious primates of all species. SurveyMonkey has a single purpose: to enable anyone to create professional online surveys quickly and easily. Find out what everyone is talking about...

Professional Subscription
A professional subscription is only $19.95 USD/month (or only $200.00 USD/year), and includes up to 1000 responses per month. If you exceed 1000 survey responses in any given month, there is an additional charge of $0.05 USD per survey response. There are no long-term contracts, and you can cancel at any time. As a professional subscriber, you have access to all of the advanced features of SurveyMonkey. You can create an unlimited number of surveys, with an unlimited number of pages and questions. In addition, all of your surveys are completely unbranded.



Basic Subscription
A basic subscription is totally free and includes all of the basic features of SurveyMonkey. It's a great option for individuals, students, and anyone who doesn't need the advanced features of SurveyMonkey. Unlike other services, there are no annoying banner ads on your surveys. In addition, all of your survey responses remain absolutely private. Please note that basic subscribers are limited to a total of 10 questions and 100 responses per survey.

 

SurveyMonkey.20.rrussell@spamgourmet.com

 

http://www.surveymonkey.com/


SWiSH2 is the ultimate Flash™ creation tool. SWiSH2 has all the power you need to create
professional Flash animations in a fraction of the time it takes with other programs.
At only $16.95 US Educational Pricing SWiSH2 is amazing value! 

For an example of what can be created using Swish 2.00 see The Rocket Ship

SWiSHmax is our most powerful Flash creation tool. With 230 new effects, a Javascript-like scripting language and support for dynamic content and input forms, SWiSHmax has everything you need to create fully interactive Flash presentations. At only $99.95, SWiSHmax is outstanding value!
http://www.swishzone.com/

 

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Teacher Graduates - 2003
Final Year Teacher Education Students Only
http://www.vit.vic.edu.au/teachergrad.htm

Telephone Help Sheets

www.textpad.com TextPad is an excellent text editor for Windows see also The Notepad Replacement Project and Note Tab NoteTab
http://www.textpad.com/index.html
http://www.notetab.com/ntp.htm
http://www.notepad.com

TeLaRs
Teaching, Learning and Research Support

http://www.infodiv.unimelb.edu.au/telars/flds/toolteach.html


Teaching with Electronic Technology

An extensive collection of articles and information for teaching with technology collated by the
University of Maryland. There is something here for everyone. Recommended:
http://www.wam.umd.edu/~mlhall/teaching.html

Got the Yellow Link virus?
Thanks to http://www.funs.co.uk/virus/linktous.html for the above animated gif

Are you finding ugly yellow hyperlinks appearing in your web browser like these below?
If so you have been "infected" with a program called TopText

.
If you want to remove these hyperlinks see: how to remove TopText
eZula.

Remove unwanted hyperlinks
http://www.ezula.com/HOTtext/support.asp

See also: ContextPro™ (TopText) Data Sheet
Knowledge Base on ThiefWare and other Software
http://www.thiefware.com/info/data.toptext.shtml

A removal program is available from http://www.funs.co.uk/virus/uni.html

A detection page is available from http://www.whirlywiryweb.com/q/ezulasurf.asp

TopText, HOTtext, DesktopDollars HOTtext, or any other variation of TopText.
Tools for Thought by Howard Rheingold emove yellow hyperlinks remove unwanted hyperlinks help remove turn off yellow hyperlinks turn off golden hyperlinks purge hyperlinks bloody unwanted links turn off yellow links remove yellow links delete yellow links delete golden links switch off unwanted yellow hyperlinks You got the yellow linking Virus?
Tools for Thought
Tools for Thought by Howard Rheingold

April, 2000: a revised edition of Tools for Thought is available from MIT Press, including a revised chapter with 1999 interviews of Doug Engelbart, Bob Taylor, Alan Kay, Brenda Laurel, and Avron Barr.

 

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ubonline ubonline
http://www.ballarat.edu.au/ubonline/index.shtml

UoB internal forms

UoB Logos UoB Logos

UoB Student Webmail Login

 

Useful Files & Utilities

Useful Software A list of Internet Links and Learning Technologies Software from Central Highlands-Wimmera Region of the Department of Education Victoria Australia.

http://www.highlands.vic.edu.au/research/software.html
BeLarc AdvisorThe Belarc Advisor builds a detailed profile of your installed software and hardware and displays the results in your Web browser. All of your PC profile information is kept private on your PC and is not sent to any web server.

 

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VCE IPM notes

VET in Schools

VET - Vocational Education and Training
http://www.vcaa.vic.edu.au/vet/

http://www.schoolvet.info/

Training Package Resources for VET in Schools

VET in Schools: Victoria

Australian National Training Authority (ANTA) VET in Schools Site

Curriculum Corporation

Education Network of Australia (EdNA) VET Site

Enterprise and Career Education Foundation

National Training Information Service

VETnetwork

Vocational Education Community Online

ICAITB135A Create a simple mark-up language document to specificationICAITB135A Create a simple mark-up language document to specification


http://www.mckinnonsc.vic.edu.au/la/it/ipmnotes/index.htm

Victorian Curriculum And Assessment Authority
Formerly The Board of Studies
http://www.vcaa.vic.edu.au/

Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority
Curriculum and Standards Framework Links
http://www.vcaa.vic.edu.au/prep10/csf/index.html

Victorian Education Channel Victorian Education Channel is a Government Channel providing enhanced public access and discovery of educational resources for students of all ages, teachers, parents and the wider community.

The Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT) is a new professional body for teachers established by the Victorian Institute of Teaching Act 2001.
It will regulate and promote the profession of teaching to raise the status of teaching and build the morale of teachers.
All teachers employed in government, Catholic and independent schools will be required to be registered with the Institute.
The VIT will be the single registration authority for all teachers and replaces the teacher registration function of the Registered Schools Board.
It will be a statutory body operating along similar lines to other bodies which regulate professions such as nursing, medicine, law and architecture.
http://www.vit.vic.edu.au

Victorian Schools Innovation Commission (VSIC) VSIC supports and is an advocate for the schools and people within the public education system and openly celebrates what it considers to be one of our most internationally significant assets: public education and the values it stands for - social justice, equal access and opportunity.

Digital Video Library
Prelinger Archives was founded in 1983 by Rick Prelinger in New York City. Over the next twenty years, it grew into a collection of over 48,000 "ephemeral" (advertising, educational, industrial, and amateur) films.
http://www.archive.org/movies/prelinger.php

Virtual Physics Laboratory 100's of Java Applets

 

 

vitta The Victorian Information Technology Teachers' Association is an independent, non-profit organisation whose members comprise both primary and secondary Information Technology teachers, tertiary educators, and any person with an interest in Information Technology education.
http://www.vitta.org.au/

Video prodiction see Filmmaking

Australian Video Camera
http://www.videocamera.com.au/bbs/index.php
link added August 5, 2006

video web log [-\\/] video blog
:vog http://hypertext.rmit.edu.au/vog


Moving Image Gateway > Science and Technology

The Moving Image Gateway (MIG) is a new service that collects together websites that relate to moving images and sound and their use in higher and further education. The sites are classified by academic discipline, some forty subjects from Agriculture to Women's Studies, collected within the four main categories of Arts & Humanities, Bio-Medical, Social Sciences and Science & Technology. Each site has been evaluated and described by the BUFVC's Information Service, which regularly checks and updates the database. Sites are highlighted which have video or audio streaming. There are some 600 sites on the MIG database at present, and it continues to grow at the rate of ten per month.

 

VITTA Knowledge Exchange Research
A good listing of reearch related sites
http://www.vitta.org.au/public/resources/links/it_research.html

 

Viruses

Try a Google search for Free Anti Virus sites

Free Software Anti-virus freeware
HouseCall

VB Code Downloads
Here you will find example code that you can use and adapt for your projects.
http://www.developersdomain.com/vb/codedownloads

Visual Basic / Visual Basic .NET forum
http://forum.adrianjanson.com.au/

There are a lot of VB resources on the net, but not many that cater for
students or beginners. My hope is that both students and teachers will use
the forum to discuss issues regarding Visual Basic and Visual Basic .NET,
offer assistance to each other and create a community that will be of
benefit to everyone. I have also set the forum up to directly support my
Visual Basic text. Hopefully, as the site develops, registered users will
upload their own examples and I will make these available for download in a
file area off the main site.
Regards,

Adrian Janson

 

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VOICE RECOGNITION TECHNOLOGY, PART FIVE: ADVANCES AND NEW DIFFICULTIES

This presentation describes the experiences and challenges encountered while using voice recognition technology (VRT) for instantaneously creating captioning on videotapes of chemistry lectures in a live classroom setting (face to face - F2F) which are to be used for distance-learning (DL) courses.

http://www.csun.edu/cod/conf/2004/proceedings/104.htm
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WebCalendar

WebCalendar is a PHP-based calendar application that can be configured as a single-user calendar, a multi-user calendar for groups of users, or as an event calendar viewable by visitors. MySQL, PostgreSQL, Oracle, DB2, Interbase, MS SQL Server, or ODBC is required.

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Web Palette

The Web Palette The following chart contains the 216 non-dithering colors of the Web Palette, each with its respective RGB values (in decimal and hexadecimal).
http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/wdnut/excerpt/web_palette.html

Web Palette
http://www.nectarine.com.au then visit The Lab

Website Hosting
Aussie School House at www.schools.ash.org.au offers free web space to
schools and teachers exactly for the purpose of publishing kids work.
Takes a day or two to get your account approved and then you are up and
running - no ads and is an asp enabled site.

Web Style Guide 2
Web Style Guide 2

This is a fantastic resource well worth a look.

There is a copy available in the Mt. Helen library
Call Number 005.72 L991w2

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Interactive Whiteboards

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Wikipedia is a free encyclopedia

14 June 2003

Wikipedia is a free encyclopedia that is being written collaboratively by the readers of this web site.
The site is a WikiWiki, meaning that anyone, including you, can edit any article right now by clicking
on the edit this page link that appears in every article in the Wikipedia.

All of our articles are covered by the GNU Free Documentation License, to ensure that they can
remain freely available forever. We hope you will enjoy using & contributing to this valuable free
resource.

Wikipedia is an international, open content, collaboratively developed encyclopedia found at http://wikipedia.org/. As of June 2003, it covers a vast spectrum of subjects and has over 130,000
articles in English as well as over 75,000 articles in other languages.

The project started in English on January 15, 2001, and projects to build Wikipedia in other languages are very active.

Wikis

"Wiki," which means quick in Hawaiian, refers to software that enables users to easily collaborate on documents on the Web. Thanks to the simplicity of the wiki writing environment, writers can publish attractive Web pages without knowing Web markup languages such as XML or Web authoring tools such as Microsoft's FrontPage, Adobe's Dreamweaver, or Netscape’s Composer. Wikis offer authors a way to share the writing and editing process with other authors all over the world. Wikis are an ideal authoring platform for students who are assigned collaborative projects in writing classes.

http://etdguide.org/FrontPageDocuments/wikisONEdoc.htm
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ProjectForum is Wiki software with all the power that you need, but without all the complex setup and hassle. You can literally start using it in minutes!

Wiki software provides a great way for a team to communicate and collaborate, but Wiki packages available today are either very underpowered, or so complex that you need to spend hours getting them setup and running: hacking web servers, databases, script files, and more.


http://www.projectforum.com/pf/wiki.html

Welcome to Wiktionary, a collaborative project to produce a free multilingual dictionary in every language, with definitions, etymologies, pronunciations, quotations and synonyms. Wiktionary is the lexical companion to the open-content encyclopedia Wikipedia. In the English edition, started on December 12, 2002, we are now working on 95,809 entries. Learn how to edit page entries, experiment in the sandbox and visit our Community Portal to see how you can participate in the development of Wiktionary. The content of Wiktionary is covered by the GNU Free Documentation License; see Wiktionary copyrights for details.

http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Main_Page

 

 
Australian Word MapWord Map is mapping Australian regionalisms - words, phrases or expressions used by particular language groups. Add your regionalism or search to see what others have contributed.

 The World Clock - Time Zones

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Meeting Planner | Fixed, Past, Future Time | Personal World Clock
Africa | North America | South America | Asia | Australasia | Europe
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Wright, I. (March 30, 2001). Apostrophes and how to use them
        Retrieved November 09 2001, from University of Ballarat web site:
        http://www.ballarat.edu.au/~iwright/apostrophes/.

 

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