On the 18th September through to the 21st September 2012 I attended the CHELT Showcase: Innovative Use Of Technologies In Education at the Australian National University (ANU), College of Asia & The Pacific to deliver a presentation about my PhD research.
The Socio-ethical Implications Of Location Enabled Body Wearable Technologies
"...This presentation will detail user cases of location-enabled body wearable technologies in higher education, vocational training and industry settings across Australia and New Zealand. This ethnographic study examines the educational significance and related socio-ethical implications of these networked technologies from the perspectives of lead workforce development practitioners, innovators and suppliers. Alexander Hayes is currently completing a Doctor of Philosophy at the University of Wollongong (UOW) Faculty of Informatics, School of information Systems & Technology (SISAT). Alexander is employed as Project Officer, Communications & Training at the Australian National Data Services (ANDS), The Australian National University (ANU) - http://www.alexanderhaves.com/about"
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