2013 Grant Recipients

  • A new, high spatial-resolution, dataset on Internet use in Australia -  PhD scholarship to compile and index Internet usage data at the level of local government areas (LGAs) for Australia and make the data available on a dedicated website.  Secondly, to lower the barriers for accessing these important data by producing an Australian-focused, LGA-indexed, multi-channel activity database to be made available at a fraction of the original size.

     

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    Development of Cool Little Kids Online: preventing anxiety problems in young children - the development of an Internet-based version of a face-to-face parenting program called Cool Little Kids, which aims to prevent anxiety problems in at-risk preschool aged children.

     

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  • Development of a framework for a reputable E-mental health information portal for CALD Australian consumers and carers - development of an e-mental health web-based portal and smartphone application that provides the option to create and store personal e-records that reflect recovery-oriented practice, which is accessible for CALD consumers.

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  • Jam Room - ARTS:LIVE - to develop and trial internet and cloud technology that will improve access to music learning in schools, and integrate this technology into an effective model for inclusive, whole-of-school community music learning.

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  • Access information via the Internet: the strengths and limitations faced by indigenous communities - to investigate how socioeconomically disadvantaged Indigenous Australians engage with the Internet to meet everyday information needs; and identify barriers to Indigenous Australians exploring the Internet, and the opportunities available to improve their interactions with web technologies.

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  • Enhancing innovative capabilities and sustainability of regional/rural Australian SMEs through Web 2.0-enabled social networking activities - to explore how the innovative capabilities and sustainability of regional and rural Australian small and medium enterprises (SMES) can be enhanced through Web 2.0-enabled social networking activities.

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