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El Sayed, Faeka and Soar, Jeffrey and Wang, Zoe (2012) Key factors for the development of a culturally appropriate interactive multimedia informative program for aboriginal health workers. The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 41 (2). pp. 162-172. ISSN 1326-0111
Smyth, Robyn and Andrews, Trish and Caladine, Richard and Bordujenko, Jason (2012) Rich media technologies: opportunities in Australian higher education. In: Post-secondary education and technology: a global perspective on opportunities and obstacles to development. International and Development Education . Palgrave Macmillan Ltd., New York, NY. United States, pp. 39-62. ISBN 978-0-230-33831-9
Gibson, Sarah and Maslin, Sue and Batorowicz, Beata and Draper, Rose and Jakovsky, Sharon and Ferris, Greg (2011) Re-enchantment: not all fairytales are for children. [A Visual Arts collection]
Pocock, Celmara and Stell, Marion and Frost, Lucy and Crozier, Julia and Ancher, Simon (2010) Living memory and the interpretation of heritage: developing a multimedia interactive to record and store personal stories for use in heritage interpretation and research. Project Report. Sustainable Tourism CRC, Brisbane, Australia.
Hetherington, John (2008) A Satellite Solution. [A Creative/Applied Media collection]
Sankey, Michael and Nooriafshar, Mehryar (2005) Multiple representations in multimedia and e-learning materials: an issue of literacy. In: Enhancing learning and teaching: pedagogy, technology and language. Post Pressed, Flaxton, Australia, pp. 149-172. ISBN 1-876682-85-X
Willems, Christiaan H. (1996) Technological challenges: aesthetic solutions: the impact of technology upon the creative process in the context of the adaptation of non-verbal, solo stage performance to television. Research Masters thesis, Queensland University of Technology.
Pemberton, P. F. and Taylor, J. C. and Toleman, M. (1985) Interactive videodiscs and student control of learning. In: 3rd Annual Computer-Assisted Learning in Tertiary Education Conference (CALITE 1985), Dec 1985, Melbourne, Australia.