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Atkins, C. (2007). Here be dragons: Reflections on a Second Life journey. 5(1).

Aung, N. M. (2007). Impact of blogs and the blogosphere on various societies. 5(2).

BACIT Editors (2005). From the editors' mailbox. 3(1).

Barbour, R.H. (2003). Research is possible. 1(1).

Basrur, P and Parry, D. (2006). Where are my glasses?: An object location system within the home. 4(2).

Bennett, S. (2008). Book review - Information systems and technology education: From the university to the workplace. 6(1).

Berglund, A. (2006). Phenomenography as a way to research learning in computing. 4(1).

Bidois, G. (2007). Section editor's note: ICT and the environment. 5(1).

Birch, R. (2005). Microsoft Excel: 21st century abacus or end-user development tool?. 3(1).

Blackshaw, B. (2003). A brief introduction to agile methods and the Collective X research project. 1(1).

Blunt, C.J. & Hine, M.J. (2009). Using COBIT to guide the adoption of Enterprise 2.0 technologies. 7(1).

Blyth, D. and Verhaart, M. (2007). Features of online learning lanagement systems. 5(2).

Bridgeman, N. and Young, A. (2006). NACCQ - A national computing education organisation for the 21st century. 4(1).

Brimblecombe, T. (2003). Free computing courses in New Zealand: Considering their impact and importance. 1(1).

Brimblecombe, T. (2005). Free computing courses at tertiary education providers in New Zealand: A summary report. 3(1).

Caukill, M. (2007). Book review: Enhancing learning through technology. 5(1).

Clarke, R. and Roper, P. (2003). Using a third party language with Microsoft's .NET. 1(2).

Clear, T. and Bidois, G. (2005). Fluency in Information Technology - FITNZ: An ICT curriculum meta-framework for New Zealand high schools. 3(3).

Clear, T. and Gotterbarn, D. (2004). Reflections on the third SoDIS SEPIA symposium. 2(2).

Clear, T., Philpott, A., Robbins, P. & Simon. (2009). Report on the eighth BRACElet workshop: BRACElet Technical Report, 01/08 AUT University, Auckland. 7(1).

Cochrane, T. (2006). A workshop with Alice. 4(1).

Coelho, V. (2005). Insurance sites capability evaluation. 3(1).

Collecutt, R., Douglas, R., Mardle, D. and Fielden, K. (2006). A review of five years of instructional technology in New Zealand. 4(2).

Connor, A. and Symonds, J. (2006). PhD research: Building research culture and careers. 4(2).

Connor, A., Siringoringo, W., Clements, N., Alexander, N. (2007). Building Services Integration: A Technology Transfer Case Study. 5(2).

Corich, S. (2005). Let's get ready to Moodle. 3(3).

Corich, S. and McLay, A. (2004). Using degree courses to build industry relationships. 2(2).

Cusack, B. (2003). Editorial: Open horizons for research in the context of educational practice. 1(1).

Cusack, B. (2007). Book review: Entrepreneurship and innovation in e-Business: An integrative perspective. 5(1).

Cusack, B. (2007). Book review: The Magic Circle - Principles of Gaming and Simulation. 5(2).

Cusack, B.O. (2003). Epistemology and computing studies. 1(2).

Desouza, K. C. & Awazu, Y. (2005). Managing radical software engineers. 3(2).

Eales, A. (2003). Teaching computer science: An NLP perspective. 1(2).

Eustace, K. (2003). Making research work for you: Responsibilities and pitfalls. 1(1).

Evans, R. and Sarkar, N. (2004). Mobile commerce implementation in the hospital environment: Issues, challenges and future trends. 2(1).

Gakhovich, D. (2005). From Visual Basic 6 to Visual Basic .NET. 3(3).

Georgi, C., Pauls, S., Rochel, R., Weth, A. & Fielden, K. (2005). A review of research on managing information technology in New Zealand. 3(2).

Gibbs, S. and McLennan, T. (2008). Incoming first year university students: Does confidence equate to computing competence?. 6(1).

Goldweber, M. (2004). When too much is not enough. 2(2).

Gotterbarn, D. (2004). UML: Improving its risk reduction. 2(1).

Gotterbarn, D. (2007). The SoDIS process: Two steps forward and one step back. 5(1).

Hill, L., Kaiser, M., Kaempfer, J., Kurz, E. and Fielden, K. (2006). Managing information technology: A New Zealand literature review. 4(1).

Hitchcock, L. (2007). Researching industry certification: Is it appropriate as a form of credentialing for SoDIS?. 5(1).

Hosking, J. (2006). Setting and maintaining an effective research agenda. 4(2).

Houliston, B. (2005). Integrating RFID technology into a drug administration system. 3(1).

Hu, M-J. (2008). One step ahead of teaching Object-Oriented Programming. 6(1).

Hughes, J. (2005). ICT research: Paradigms and challenges ahead. 3(1).

Hunt, T. (2005). Is our research useful?. 3(3).

Jiramahapoka, N. (2005). The impacts of flexible facilitation in collaborative learning. 3(1).

Jouvernaux, M. (2005). E-Commerce website design: Keeping It Ximple. 3(1).

Joyce, D. (2006). Publishing through NACCQ. 4(1).

Karlsson, P., and Symonds, J. (2006). Auto-identification technologies: RFID vs barcode in the supply chain. 4(2).

Kearney, P. and Skelton, S. (2003). Teaching technology to the Playstation generation. 1(2).

Kwan, C-T. (2007). Section editor's note: 8th SoDIS symposium. 5(1).

Lakic, D., Macaulay, S., Scadden, D., Street, D. & Fielden, K. (2005). A review of research on enterprise networks in New Zealand. 3(2).

Lau, L. J. (2006). Cultural awareness with email communication. 4(1).

Li, Xiaosong (2004). Applying adult learning principles: Teaching a challenging course. 2(1).

Limbu, D., Connor, A., and MacDonell, S. (2005). A contextual information retrieval framework. 3(3).

Lin, T. and Kinshuk (2007). Mixed mode delivery: A case to study the effect of sequencing mixed-mode delivery. 5(2).

Litchfield, A.T. (2003). Modelling whakapapa with system dynamics: Developing ICT tools for genealogy research. 1(1).

Lomax, T. (2003). Editorial: What is computing knowledge? What is new in teaching computing?. 1(2).

McCarthy, C. and Ross, J. (2006). eLearning education in ICT for a digital opportunities project. 4(1).

McHaney, R. (2004). A business case for SoDIS. 2(2).

McHaney, R. (2004). Editorial: SoDIS and IT education. 2(2).

McLaughlin, D. (2006). The limitations of knowledge management and competitive aAdvantage. 4(1).

Medlin, B. D. (2008). My year in France. 6(1).

Mehra, R. (2006). Impact of user participation on consensus in group collaboration: An adaptive structuration perspective. 4(1).

Nesbit, T. (2009). Graduate diploma in eCommerce projects: Nature and challenges?. 7(1).

Nicho, M. (2004). Implementation failures in customer relationship management software. 2(1).

Pais, S., Talbot, A. & Connor, A. (2009). Bridging the research-practice gap in requirements engineering. 7(1).

Parry, D. (2004). What do online learners really do, and where and when do they do IT? . 2(2).

Parry, D. (2005). Managing information, resources, rights and people. 3(2).

Pears, R. & Kutty, S. (2005). Embedding multiple constraints into Apriori algorithm. 3(1).

Petrova, K. (2008). BACIT@Six. 6(1).

Petrova, K. and Sinclair, R. (2007). Case: A SoDIS approach to teaching electronic transactions security. 5(1).

Petrova, K., Sarkar, N., and Buchan, J. (2004). The quality of service paradigm as the focus of net-centric computing: A postgraduate course. 2(2).

Plimmer, B. (2007). Humans and computers: A puzzle still.... 5(2).

Podder, B. (2005). DRM systems: A comparative study of protecting owner and consumer rights. 3(2).

Podgieter, C. (2005). Editorial: ICT - Multiple perspectives. 3(1).

Potgieter, C. and Herselman, M. (2004). Using ICT in tertiary education: Do we dare to compare?. 2(1).

Prayaga, L., Prayaga, C., Simmons, S., & El-Sheikh, E. (2009). Visual Interactive Artificial Neural Network (VIANN) tutor. 7(1).

Roberton, G. (2007). Sectoral linkages (secondary, tertiary and industry): A panel session. 5(1).

Roberton, G. (2008). Curriculum alignment...: Lessons from a panel session. 6(1).

Roberton, G. and Ross, J. (2003). NACCQ qualifications: A performance review and future developments. 1(2).

Romaniello, A. & Medlin, D. (2009). Higher education success and ICT. 7(1).

Sadasivan, P. (2005). Efficacy of pair programming in completing programming tasks. 3(1).

Sadasivan, P. (2005). Impact of appropriation and participation on decision outcomes. 3(2).

Sathu, H. (2006). Book review: Tools for teaching computer networking and hardware concepts. 4(1).

Shiblaq, F. K. (2008). ICT in rural New Zealand: A review of the literature. 6(1).

Sinclair, R. (2006). Book review: Information technology security & risk management. 4(2).

Skelton, D. (2005). Using a live site to teach e-commerce. 3(3).

Smit, R., Parsons, D., and Brook, P. (2005). Increasing engagement through artefact enhanced learning. 3(3).

Smith, L. (2004). SoDIS in London. 2(2).

Soltic, S. and Peacock, L. (2006). A comparison of inductive and transductive models for predicting the establishment potential of the exotic scale, Aspidiella Hartii (Cockerell) in New Zealand. 4(2).

Speight, J. (2007). IT internships seminar: An industry - tertiary partnership. 5(1).

Speight, J. (2007). SoDIS meets accelerating Auckland. 5(1).

Stegink, G. (2003). What am I doing here?. 1(2).

Strode, D., and Chard, S. (2008). CWC 2008: Networking in action. 6(1).

Symonds, J. A. (2007). Book Review: Shaping Things. 5(2).

Toki, I. and Caukill, M. (2003). Prevalence of online assessment? Causative factors. 1(2).

Toleman, M. (2007). Extreme Research: Applying Extreme Programming (XP) Practices To Research. 5(2).

Torres, M. P. (2008). Use of virtual environments and the selection of measurement parameters for the treatment of phobias. 6(1).

Tsui, C. (2007). Security Awareness Training and Education in Organisations. 5(2).

van Aardt, A. (2005). Exploring Open Office as a unified DBMS front-end. 3(3).

van Aardt, A. (2009). Commercial opportunities on Open Source Software. 6(1).

van der Zwaag, F. (2004). Information technology, dyslexia, and the disabled learner. 2(1).

van der Zwagg, F. (2004). IS research. 2(1).

Verhaart, M. (2004). Beyond HTML: Creating extensible teaching resources using database and Internet technology. 2(1).

Verhaart, M. (2009). BACIT@Seven:. 7(1).

Wakefield, G. (2007). SoDIS commercialisation opportunities. 5(1).

Wallingford, N. (2005). A taste of honey: Reducing spam. 3(3).

Way, L. and Bridgeman, N. (2004). SoDIS, scenarios and 'Project Success'. 2(2).

Wellington, R. (2004). Editorial: Applying information technology. 2(1).

Whalley, J. (2007). Section editor's note: BRACElet. 5(1).

Whalley, J. and Robbins, P. (2007). Report on the fourth BRACElet workshop. 5(1).

Whalley, J., Clear, T. and Lister, R. (2007). The many ways of the BRACElet project. 5(1).

White, D. (2005). Certification: Your industry needs it!. 3(2).

Wysoski, S.G. and Benuskova, L. (2006). Biologically realistic neural networks and adaptive visual information processing. 4(2).

Young, A. and Clear, T. (2007). Guest editorial: NACCQ 2006 conference workshop reports. 5(1).

Zucker, R. (2005). Lookup and discovery in a Jini architecture. 3(2).

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