2014 ElNet Australasia

I have been invited to present as part of the ongoing webinar series with Elnet DEANZ Australiasia members on the 20th May 2014 at 1130 AM.

Registration details are here - http://elnet.com.au/index.php?option=com_dtregister&Itemid=262&eventId=46&controller=event&task=individualRegister

Overview: Alexander Hayes is currently engaged in a number of initiatives in his role as Professional Associate at the University of Canberra, INSPIRE Centre that are revealing the manner in which digital eyeware (including Google Glass) is currently being developed, tested or deployed in a education and training context. These settings include medical, aged care, law, policing, military, national security, gaming, architecture, transport, logistics, travel, marketing, advertising, social research, retail, fashion, information technology, science fiction, the Arts, trades practices.....

Issues: A series of scenarios will be presented based on and around live projects using #glass and a number of key questions asked on attendees to respond to accordingly. I'd like to have these issued as a questionnaire / survey of no more than 5 questions where the quantified results (tallys only) are made public during the webinar.

Survey: Access it here - result below

Examples / Resources

 


Entry 1

Google Glass (http://glass.google.com) is a technology which is new to me - my knowledge is limited in this area. *

  • No

I can see direct and useful ways in which this technology could be used in my respective occupation or profession. *

  • Yes
  • Need more information

At the price point of $1500 USD I am likely to purchase this device when it becomes available in Australasia. *

  • No

Google Glass is likely to have a significant and ongoing impact of my profession or industry area. *

  • Not sure

Further - Comments

I am on the sidelines on Google Glass still. I am sure wearables in will have a massive impact. GG however still seems technically immature and in the realm of the 'early pioneer geeks' with massive wallets and lot's of time on their hand ... ;-P

You seem to be hell bent on scoring a job in Google judging by your SocMed streams. Onya !


Entry 2

Google Glass (http://glass.google.com) is a technology which is new to me - my knowledge is limited in this area. *

  • Yes

I can see direct and useful ways in which this technology could be used in my respective occupation or profession. *

  • Need more information

At the price point of $1500 USD I am likely to purchase this device when it becomes available in Australasia. *

  • Not sure

Google Glass is likely to have a significant and ongoing impact of my profession or industry area. *

  • Not sure

Further - Comments

None


Entry 3

Google Glass (http://glass.google.com) is a technology which is new to me - my knowledge is limited in this area. *

  • Yes
  • No

I can see direct and useful ways in which this technology could be used in my respective occupation or profession. *

  • Yes

At the price point of $1500 USD I am likely to purchase this device when it becomes available in Australasia. *

  • Yes

Google Glass is likely to have a significant and ongoing impact of my profession or industry area. *

  • Yes

Further - Comments

I work in eLearning at the College of Surgeons and am interested as a useful tool in it's uses in training and distance education. I have several ideas on how we can utilise a device like this.

My question is:
Where is a device like this going to be most advantageous in a surgical theatre (and more broadly any clinical setting) ?


Entry 4

Google Glass (http://glass.google.com) is a technology which is new to me - my knowledge is limited in this area. *

  • Yes

I can see direct and useful ways in which this technology could be used in my respective occupation or profession. *

  • Yes

At the price point of $1500 USD I am likely to purchase this device when it becomes available in Australasia. *

  • No

Google Glass is likely to have a significant and ongoing impact of my profession or industry area. *

  • Yes

Further - Comments

Please send further information regarding this area of research.


Entry 5

Google Glass (http://glass.google.com) is a technology which is new to me - my knowledge is limited in this area. *

  • Yes

I can see direct and useful ways in which this technology could be used in my respective occupation or profession. *

  • Need more information

At the price point of $1500 USD I am likely to purchase this device when it becomes available in Australasia. *

  • No

Google Glass is likely to have a significant and ongoing impact of my profession or industry area. *

  • Not sure

Further - Comments

Not at this stage - will wait to decide after the webinar.


Entry 6

I can see direct and useful ways in which this technology could be used in my respective occupation or profession. *

  • Need more information

At the price point of $1500 USD I am likely to purchase this device when it becomes available in Australasia. *

  • Not sure

Google Glass is likely to have a significant and ongoing impact of my profession or industry area.*

  • Yes

Further - Comments

Yes please


Entry 7

Google Glass (http://glass.google.com) is a technology which is new to me - my knowledge is limited in this area. *

  • No

I can see direct and useful ways in which this technology could be used in my respective occupation or profession. *

  • Yes
  • Need more information

At the price point of $1500 USD I am likely to purchase this device when it becomes available in Australasia. *

  • Not sure

Google Glass is likely to have a significant and ongoing impact of my profession or industry area.*

  • Yes

Further - Comments

I would love to see further info about the use of Google Glass with Augmented Reality as well as other uses in Learning & Development (training.) Looking forward to this Webinar!


Entry 8

Google Glass (http://glass.google.com) is a technology which is new to me - my knowledge is limited in this area. *

  • No

I can see direct and useful ways in which this technology could be used in my respective occupation or profession. *

  • Yes

At the price point of $1500 USD I am likely to purchase this device when it becomes available in Australasia. *

  • No
  • Not sure

Google Glass is likely to have a significant and ongoing impact of my profession or industry area.*

  • Yes

Further - Comments

No comment


Entry 9

Google Glass (http://glass.google.com) is a technology which is new to me - my knowledge is limited in this area. *

  • Yes

I can see direct and useful ways in which this technology could be used in my respective occupation or profession. *

  • Need more information

At the price point of $1500 USD I am likely to purchase this device when it becomes available in Australasia. *

  • No

Google Glass is likely to have a significant and ongoing impact of my profession or industry area.*

  • Yes

Further - Comments

No comment


Entry 10

Google Glass (http://glass.google.com) is a technology which is new to me - my knowledge is limited in this area. *

  • Yes

I can see direct and useful ways in which this technology could be used in my respective occupation or profession. *

  • Yes

At the price point of $1500 USD I am likely to purchase this device when it becomes available in Australasia. *

  • Not sure

Google Glass is likely to have a significant and ongoing impact of my profession or industry area. *

  • Not sure

Further - Comments

None


Entry 11

Google Glass (http://glass.google.com) is a technology which is new to me - my knowledge is limited in this area. *

  • Yes

I can see direct and useful ways in which this technology could be used in my respective occupation or profession. *

  • Yes
  • Need more information

At the price point of $1500 USD I am likely to purchase this device when it becomes available in Australasia. *

  • Not sure

Google Glass is likely to have a significant and ongoing impact of my profession or industry area. *

  • Yes

Further - Comments

Yes please.
Can see many applications in remote skills demonstrations and teaching and am interested in the infrastructure required by institutions to coordinate/manage/store.