[LINK] lots of reports on e-stuff

Jan Whitaker jwhit at janwhitaker.com
Thu May 21 08:36:11 EST 2009


Fwd: APO Weekly Briefing 21 May 2009 email. Main source: www.apo.org.au .

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>New research
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>Creative Economy
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><http://apo.org.au/research/digital-collections-summit-2006-final-report>Digital 
>collections summit 2006: final report
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>Margaret Birtley | Collections Council of Australia
>14 May, 2009 | This 2008 report brings together 
>information shared by people working in 
>archives, galleries, libraries and museums at 
>the Digital Collections Summit convened by the 
>Collections Council of Australia in 2006.
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><http://apo.org.au/research/impact-e-learning-champions-embedding-e-learning>The 
>impact of e-learning champions on embedding e-learning
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>Malcolm Jolly, Kaye Bowman | Australian Flexible Learning Framework
>14 May, 2009 | This report looks at the use of 
>e-learning champions as a change management 
>strategy and outlines common activities and 
>guidelines adopted by e-learning champions to 
>successfully facilitate the uptake of e-learning within their organisation.
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><http://apo.org.au/research/another-fork-road-national-broadband>Another 
>fork in the road to national broadband
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>Senate Select Committee on National Broadband 
>Network | Parliament of Australia
>14 May, 2009 | In this second interim report, 
>the committee consolidates its key findings made 
>by before the Rudd government's recent National 
>Broadband Network announcement, summarises the 
>Rudd Government's announcement and outlines emerging issues and concerns.
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><http://apo.org.au/research/users-guide-flexible-dealing-provision-libraries-educational-institutions-and-cultural-inst>A 
>user's guide to the flexible dealing provision 
>for libraries, educational institutions and cultural institutions
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>Laura Simes | Australian Digital Alliance
>14 May, 2009 | This handbook provides a number 
>of examples where Section 200AB of the Copyright 
>Act might be of use to libraries, archives, 
>galleries and educational institutions.
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><http://apo.org.au/research/need-speed-importance-next-generation-broadband-networks>The 
>need for speed: the importance of next-generation broadband networks
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>Information Technology and Innovation Foundation
>14 May, 2009 | This report from US think-tank 
>ITIF argues that supporting the deployment of 
>faster broadband networks will be crucial to 
>enabling next-generation Web-based applications 
>and services that will play important roles in 
>improving quality of life and boosting economic growth.
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><http://apo.org.au/research/uks-digital-road-recovery>The 
>UK's Digital Road to Recovery
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>The Information Technology and Innovation Foundation
>14 May, 2009 | In this report, ITIF & LSE 
>Enterprise estimate the impact on employment in 
>the United Kingdom of additional investment in 
>three important technologies: broadband 
>Internet, intelligent transportation systems, and the smart grid.
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><http://apo.org.au/research/ten-ideas-policymakers-drive-digital-progress>Ten 
>ideas for policymakers to drive digital progress
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>IEEE Computer Society
>14 May, 2009 | This US article offers 10 guiding 
>principals for creating technology policy that 
>spurs and sustains digital progress.
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><http://apo.org.au/research/powering-ideas-innovation-agenda-21st-century>Powering 
>ideas: an innovation agenda for the 21st century
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>Review of the National Innovation System | 
>Department of Innovation, Industry, Science and Research
>20 May, 2009 | This report outlines a policy 
>framework to guide the development of 
>Australia’s innovation system over the next ten years.


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