2010 Proceedings

 

The 1st Annual

Conference 2010

Dunedin, New Zealand.

The cover image of the printed proceedings is from Simon Horner.

View full size version

Editors

Dr Samuel Mann
Otago Polytechnic
Dr Michael Verhaaart
Eastern Institute of Technology

Conference chair

Lesley Smith
Otago Polytechnic

 

Prologue and table of contents

If you would like to print a copy of the prologue or Programme from the printed proceedings, then you can download them as PDF files:

  • Prologue.
  • Programme (paper sessions, panels etc).

Endnote Library
Endnote RAW TXT XML

Quality Assured Papers
Paper Speakers Page No. Pdf
Student Retention: How to keep them? Frina Albertyn 9-16
Industry View of ICT Roles and Skills Needs in Canterbury Mehdi Asgarkhani, Alison Young 17-25
IT Students Orientation Week: A challenge accepted Clare Atkins, David Ayre, Mark Caukill, Ryan Clarke, Matthias Otto and Mary Proctor: 27-37

“From Computing Conference paper to Journal Submission”

Tony Clear 39-44
The changing shape of NACCQ Stephen Corich and Gary Roberton 45-51
Establishing an IT Business Incubator in Hawke’s Bay Stephen Corich and Andrew Friedlander 53-62
The digital divide: real or imaginary? Shirley Gibbs, Theresa McLennan 63-70
Implementing a UUID Primary Key in a Distributed Email Client Application Tim Hunt 71-78
Methods for rubric inclusion into Moodle John Jamieson 79-87
Developing Research and Presentation Skills in Post Graduate Students

Donald Joyce, Becky Blackshaw, Alison Young

89-94
The Feedback Loop: Encouraging Student Submissions Dave Kennedy 95-100
Assessing with a unit testing framework: variations of approach Mike Lance, Amitrajit Sarkar, Ranran Bian 101-106
Computing student views on sustainability: a snapshot Dobrila Lopez, Mike Lopez 107-120
Wilber’s Quadrant Theory in an Interdisciplinary Approach to Teaching Sustainability in IT Karen Love, Jonathon Ford, Jane Sutcliff 121-128
StudySieve: a system that supports student-generated short-answer questions Andrew Luxton-Reilly, Beryl Plimmer, Robert Sheehan: 129-137
Attitudes of educators to the introduction of mobile technology Kathryn Mac Callum 139-150
Students as new Settlers: the policy implementation gap Chris McCarthy, Young Sook (Rosa) Yoo 151-159
Learning from JamSessions Samuel Mann, Shaun Squires Henry McConnochie, Daniel McFadyen, Blair Stratton, James Anderson, Patricia Haden, Hamish Smith And Lesley Smith 161-171
A Review of Computer Science Resources to Support NCEA Sumant Murugesh, Tim Bell, Ann McGrath 173-181
Teaching Web Based Accounting Information Systems: Benefits and Pitfalls Trevor Nesbit, Angela Martin 183-193
Using Mobile Technologies to Enhance Student Engagement in Large Lectures Trevor Nesbit, Angela Martin 195-208
Selecting the best students for IT programmes: what determines “best”? Karen Phillips 209-216
Managing “At Risk” students Christo Potgieter , Wilfred Greyling, Bruce Ferguson 217-226
Relevance of CCNA for students working in Industry Dileep Rajendran, Ed Corbett 227-234
Blended Learning Environments: Lecturers have their say David Skelton 235-245
The changing role of e-commerce in regional SMEs David Skelton, Gerard Gillet-Jackson 247-254
First Year Programming Using Competition for Motivation Aaron Steele 255-260
Using Google Docs for the Early Identification of ‘At Risk’ Students Aaron Steele 261-266
First Year Programming: Engagement vs. Success Measurements from UCOL Aaron Steele 267-273
Using Web 2.0 in teaching and learning: A wiki case study Michael Verhaart 275-284
ICT4D: working with communities for ICT enabled change Alison Young, Tony Clear, Chris McCarthy, Logan Muller 285-294

 

Poster Papers
Paper Speakers Page No. Pdf
Leadership in ICT Organizations: Skills or Experience? Mehdi Asgarkhan,i Jun Wan 296-297
The Language of Computing and IT: Read with Understanding Susan Bennett, Garry Roberton 298-299
ARGOS Data Storage and Analysis Mark Bennett , Josh Lowry, Patricia Haden, Hamish Smith and Samuel Mann 300-301
An International Student’s Learning Journey: from red to green Ranran Bian, Mike Lance 302-303
The Elusive Sweven of Successful, Swasivious Schooling of Subnetting Mark Caukill 304-305
‘Same-Origin Policy’ Circumvention for Legitimate, Dynamic Web Development Glenn Crawford, Malcolm Wieck 306-307
Industry education integration: improving students’ course subject application Paul Dechering 308-309
CityScape: panoramic exhibition system Trevor Farquharson, Jun Cui, Gareth Dorset, Patricia Haden, Hamish Smith and Samuel Mann 310-311
Turning Them Back from the Brink… Lesley Smith, Joy Gasson 312-313
Subvert Web Development Project Monica Grinstead, Richard Dargie 314-315
Information Technology Plan and Google Adword Project Karn Heavey, Frina Albertyn and Adrienne Pierce 316-317
Multistage Quality Checks in Designing, Developing and Delivering Computing Degrees Donald Joyce, Alison Young 318-319
Assessing with a unit test framework: testware construction strategies Mike Lance, Ranran Bian, Amitrajit Sarkar 320-321
R&D Vouchers: Business Continuity of IT Bruce Ferguson, Jannat Maqbool, Christo Potgieter 322-323
B2B large scale, large organization: Dell – a case study Chris McCarthy & Ranran (Monica) Bian 324-326
The Virtual Drum Kit Ian Hunter 327
What drives a hacker – thrills, power or money? Chris McCarthy, Courtenay Beckwith 328-329
Trust and Confidence in eBAy and TradeMe: a Comparison Chris McCarthy & Wanaporn (Fern) Udomrasami 330-331
Hastings District Council – An IT Internship Sarah McElroy, Dr David Skelton 332-333
Interactive Lightshow Michael Mackenzie, Jo Dickson, Emma Pennycuick, Hamish Smith and Samuel Mann 334-335
Rescue me: tangible collaboration Samuel Mann, Gareth Dorsett, Trevor Farquharson, Henry McConnochie, Caro McCaw, Daniel Alexander and Amos Mann 336-337
Managing a Network with Freeware: Who’s the Man? Gareth Morton, Garry Roberton 338-339
eHeritage Dunedin Adon Moskal , Scott Simister, Daniel Copeland, Hamish Smith and Samuel Mann 340-321
When Failing Is Passing: Turning A Failed Project Into Success Rob Oliver 342-343
Community Projects: A Network Development Plan Rob Oliver 344-345
Assessing the Learner: Using Real Time Assessment Rob Oliver 346-347
Numeracy tools Dale Parsons 348-349
NZCS and Communities of Practice (CoP) – Where to? Christo Potgieter, Garry Roberton 350-351
Business Intelligence courses: Learn from America? Christo Potgieter, Vida Botes 352-353
Assess NACCQ conferences with NZCS Code of Practice? Christo Potgieter, Garry Roberton 354-355
The Perfect Storm of Literature Studies from International Students Christo Potgieter, Chris Burrell 356-357
Fletcher Easysteel – Health and Safety CD ROM Application Debbie Richardson, Michael Verhaart 358-359
Computing & IT Careers: Utilising a National Resource for Teaching and Learning Garry Roberton, Carol Aymes 360-361
Tertiary ICT Enrolments: Attracting Students – A recipe for success? Garry Roberton, Susan Bennett 362-363
IT & T Job Markets: National Trends & Global Commentary Garry Roberton 364-365
Sustainable Software Engineering Lesley Smith, Samuel Mann 366-367
Internship programme Lesley Smith, Samuel Mann 368-369
Dare to be Digital: The Gender Influence Melanie Tansley 370-371
Heinz Wattie Internship: An EIT final project Riki-lee Toki, Frina Albertyn, Neil Jackett 372-373
Using design research in the development of a final year HCI class project. Leonie Trower, Todd Cochrane 374-375
HTML 5: Features and Limitations Joe Wynn, David Weir 376-377
Farmwise: agricultural simulation Brantyn Yates, Ashley Evans Patricia Haden, Hamish Smith and Samuel Mann 378-379
Interactive Iterative Storyboarding Mia Yatiswarra, David Weir 380-381
The Current Status: Who Teaches What? Alison Young 382-383