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Proceedings of the 3rd International
Interactive Multimedia Symposium
Perth, Western Australia. 21-25 January 1996

Clare McBeath and Roger Atkinson (Editors)

This page records and acknowledges with gratitude the volunteer refereeing by members of the Assessment Panel on reviewing and ranking submissions of proposals for 3rd International
Interactive Multimedia Symposium presentations and Proceedings publication. The panel comprised:

Associate Professor Shirley Alexander
Director, Institute for Interactive Multimedia
University of Technology
Sydney, NSW
Michael Nott
Science Multimedia Teaching Unit
Faculty of Science
University of Melbourne, Parkville, Vic
Allan Christie
Flexible learning Centre
University of South Australia
Adelaide, SA
Dr Clark Quinn
School of Computer Science and Engineering
The University of New South Wales
Sydney NSW
Debbie Clayton, Senior Lecturer
Department of Mathematics and Computing
Central Queensland University
Rockhampton, Qld
Professor Tom Reeves
Department of Instructional Technology
The University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia
Roger Dickinson, Director
Development Unit for
Instructional Technology
University of Western Australia
Nedlands, WA
Professor Ian Ritchie
Herriot-Watt University, UK
Dr H Dan Ellis
Computer Based Education Director
Queensland University of Technology
Brisbane, Qld
Graeme Salter
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
University of Western Sydney
Macarthur, Cambelltown, NSW
Georgina Fyfe
Curtin University of Technology
Perth, WA
Dianne Thiele
Open Learning Technology Centre
Adelaide SA
Associate Professor Athula Ginige
Computer Systems Engineering
School of Electrical Engineering
University of Technology Sydney, NSW
Neil Willis
School of Computing
Leeds Metropolitan University, Leeds UK
Dr William I. Grosky
Computer Science Department
Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan

Each member of the panel assessed and ranked 23 or 24 abstracts according to the following classification system. The panel was advised that "the Symposium timetable allows for approximately 66% of the contributions to be presented as 30 minute presentations or 45 minute workshops, but we can offer poster presentations to another, say, 20%."

Symposium themes
  1. Opportunities for learning
  2. Multimedia technologies - tools and channels
  3. On-line information services
  4. The social and psychological impact of technologies
  5. Policy implications - political, economic, educational

Suitability for audience

  1. Of outstanding interest to wide audience
  2. Of significant interest to one group
  3. Has some appeal to limited number
  4. Of no particular interest to anybody

Quality of project or idea

  1. A unique and valuable project
  2. An interesting project
  3. Not particularly noteworthy
  4. Rubbish, out of date, trivial

Recommended rating

  1. Accepted without reservation
  2. Recommended for poster session
  3. Second round choice possible
  4. Reject

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