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May 12, 2013

2012 Broadband for the Bush Forum Presentations

Presentations from the Broadband for the Bush 2 Forum, 25 July 2012

Broadband for the Bush 2: some observations. Andrew Crouch, Centre for Appropriate Technology

Broadband for the Bush 2: some observations.
Andrew Crouch, Centre for Appropriate Technology

Wireless ad-hoc Mesh Networks An alternative solution for remote Australia?

Wireless ad-hoc Mesh Networks
An alternative solution for remote Australia?
Apolline Kohen, Ninti One

Building Capacity: Towards a Digital Economy Strategy David Nixon, Desert Knowledge Australia

Building Capacity:
Towards a Digital Economy Strategy
David Nixon, Desert Knowledge Australia

Digital Technology for Business out Bush Diane Hood, MacDonnell Shire

Digital Technology for Business out Bush
Diane Hood, MacDonnell Shire

Digital inclusion and remote Indigenous communities Ellie Rennie, Swinburne

Digital inclusion and remote Indigenous communities
Ellie Rennie, Swinburne

Youth uptake: learning and literacy through digital media Inge Kral, CAEPR, ANU

Youth uptake: learning and literacy through digital media
Inge Kral, CAEPR, ANU

Mobile Phone for Indigenous Australians - 'It's the Go!' Laurel Dyson, University of Technology, Sydney

Mobile Phone for Indigenous Australians – ‘It’s the Go!’
Laurel Dyson, University of Technology, Sydney

Remote Area Planning and Development Board A united regional organisation proactively shaping and creating a prosperous future for Outback Queensland Ray Heffernan, Executive Manager Strategy & Innovation, RAPAD

Remote Area Planning and Development Board
A united regional organisation proactively shaping and creating a prosperous future for Outback Queensland
Ray Heffernan, Executive Manager Strategy & Innovation, RAPAD

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