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The use of information and communication technology (ICT) in public education is steadily increasing, with greater focus in the national curriculum and the introduction of online testing of students. This audit assessed if the Department of Education (DoE) knows what ICT public schools need to...
The purpose of the Western Australian Whole of Government Open Data Policy is to improve management and use of the public sector's data assets in order to deliver value and benefits for all Western Australians.
This includes greater release of appropriate and high-value data...
Mobile computing devices are increasingly finding a place in universities, putting the pressure on teacher education to consider how best to incorporate the use of these technologies.
At the same time there is pressure from the requirement for teacher education students to develop skills...
This report provides a source of information about Western Australian Government websites for use by policy and decision makers in the WA Public Sector.
It contains high-level information about the cost, characteristics and technical profile of WA Government websites.
Potential uses for this...
Using a unique administrative dataset for West Australia, we identify the nature of spells in public housing and the determinants of the length of those spells. Our results indicate that lone parents and single individuals experience longer spells in public housing compared with couple households....
Remote location, inadequate governance procedures and lack of economies of scale undermine the organisational performance of indigenous community housing organisations.
Authors: Karel Eringa, Frederick Spring, Mara West, Martin Anda, Paul Memmott and Stephen Long
Research by Council of the Ageing (WA) has found that very few senior women are going online due to a lack of skills, anxiety about technology, cybercrime fears and problems with service providers. A research-based qualitative study supported by a grant from ACCAN, Where do...