Papers from the from the Computers in Education Conference at the 34th International Convention on Information and Communication Technology, Electronics and Microelectronics (MIPRO 2011).
- An uneasy truce: brokering collaborative knowledge building and commodity culture
- A path towards networked organisations - the push of digital natives or the pull of the needs?
- The integration and assessment of students' artefacts created with diverse Web 2.0 applications
- Designing digital security course in educational sciences
- An instance of a mathematical model in chemical kinetics
- Visualising complex information - genealogical maps and multiple relationships
- What do students think about cheating on exams?
- Main memory software environment for pedagogical prototypes
- Using data samples in validating data models