EducationaLinux_2004

The conference will be held just
before Linux Conf Au 2004:

  • January 12th - 13th, 2004
  • Venue The University of Adelaide

Programme

Monday 12 January

Time

Who

Topic

0900

David Lloyd

Introduction and Welcome

0915

Kathryn Moyle

Special Announcement

0930

Key Note

Samps Okoholm

Is the SA Government's Microsoft contract good value? Why would we use OSS when Microsoft products are given to schools virtually for free?

1030

Andrew Bartlett

A technical perspective : implementing Linux in a real, school environment.

1130

The Greate Debate

“That Linux is ready for the educational desktop.”

1200

Lunch


1300

Phillip Marriott

Developing online learning systems using open source.

1400

James Hamilton

How Canberra Institute of TAFE are integrating OSS into their software development streams.

1500

David Petersen

Use of Linux and OSS in the Teaching Programme at the University of Sydney

1600

Lindsay Holmwood

Network Analysis/Administration: Making OSS our institution's watchdog

1730

All of Us

A cocktail session

January 13 (Tuesday)

Time

Who

Topic

0900

Key Note

Joice Kafer

The GNUrias – making a difference in Brazil!

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1000

Wilfred Tee

MESH - An open source web-content system; a report on how it works.

1100

Leon Brooks

Computer Based Instruction – it can be easier than falling off a log (in a fast flowing river)

1200

Lunch

Proudly sponsored by the Adelaide Institute of TAFE

1300

Adelaide Institute of TAFE

TAFE Tours/Lectures

1530

Sean Burford

Using Linux kiosks in education.

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pdf
slides sxi
slides II pdf

1615

Dan Shearer

The power to do education focussed tasks better. Are we using open source to its full potential?

1700

David Lloyd

Conference farewell and close.

Note: This programme may change without notice.

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