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This report explores Queenslanders' perceptions and attitudes towards innovation, specifically looking at how the Queensland public define innovation, their overall level of interest in it and the barriers and enablers to achieving an innovative culture.
This Queensland government Open Data policy statement has been drafted with input from businesses, academia, industry associations and the community.
Electronic petitions (e-petitions) have been introduced in Australian legislatures and internationally to improve public engagement with the political process and to make democracy more accessible, participatory and responsive. In Victoria, both houses of Parliament accept only paper petitions in accordance with relevant standing orders, however,...
This report evaluates recent and existing State Library of Queensland (SLQ) initiatives in relation to information technology and communications using ethnographic techniques. The report gathers data collected from interviews with several stakeholders and considers contemporary developments in library practices and digital media.
Abstract : This paper examines the discursive aspects of Twitter communication during the floods in the summer of 2010–2011 in Queensland, Australia. Using a representative sample of communication associated with the #qldfloods hashtag on Twitter, we coded and analysed the patterns of communication. We...
This review finds that the police and emergency services portfolio of agencies in Queensland is not operating efficiently and has some endemic challenges particularly in the areas of information and communication technology and human resources, as well as demand management and service delivery.
Social media sites Twitter and Facebook played a crucial role in disseminating information during the 2011 Queensland floods.
That is the key finding of a new report by the ARC Centre of Excellence for Creative Industries and Innovation (CCI).
CCI researchers Assoc. Prof....
This paper presents the results of a project focused on using digital pens to enable teachers to create learning content, and deliver it to learners in the form of pencasts.
The level of engagement learners have with the pencasted material was analysed and compared...
This report is an international comparative study of the tax concessions provided to the arts in a number of selected jurisdictions. Given the prominence of its level of giving, the United States is one of the studied jurisdictions, as well as the United Kingdom, Canada...
The digital tracker survey measures the national uptake of digital television and Australians' awareness and attitudes towards the switchover to digital TV. The reports of each survey are released quarterly.
The Digital Tracker survey monitors Australian households’ readiness for digital television. Every quarter, around...