Blogtalk Downunder
   May 19-22, Sydney

Blogtalk Downunder

Papers & Presenters

Chris Chesher - Paper - Blogs and the crisis of authorship

Adrian Miles - Hypertext Paper - Media Rich versus Rich Media (or why video in a blog is not the same as a video blog)

James Farmer - Paper - Centred Communication: Weblogs and aggregation in the organisation Kevin Leversee, Barry Steele, Scott Farrell & Mark Neely - Panel - Desire Lines, Memes & the Blogosphere

Trevor Cook - Paper - Up against reality: Blogging and the cost of content

Senator Andrew Bartlett - Presentation - Blogs and Politics in Australia and globally

Zenon Chaczko, Venkatesh Mahadevan & Emil Wajs-Chaczko - Paper - Blogging as an Effective Tool in Teaching and Learning Software Systems Development

Robert Ackland - Paper - Mapping the U.S. Political Blogosphere: Are Conservative Bloggers More Prominent?

Glen Fuller - Paper - The eventual potential of Blogs

Gavin Sade - Paper - Weblogs as Open Constructive Learning Environments

Carol Cooper & Lyn Boddington - Paper - Assessment by blog: Ethical case studies assessment for an undergraduate business management class

TAN Yuh-Huann, TEO Eng-Hui, AW Wai-Lin Alice, LIM Wei-Ying - Paper - Portfolio Building in Chinese Language Learning Using Blogs

Marcus O’Donnell- Paper - Blogging as pedagogic practice: artefact and ecology

MacColl, Morrison, Muhlberger, Simpson & Viller: Reflections on reflection - paper - Blogging in undergraduate design studios

Lisa Wise - paper - Blogs versus discussion forums in postgraduate online continuing medical education

Jenny Weight - paper - “Faster, neater, sharper!”: how different models of communication intersect

Angela Thomas - paper - Fictional Blogging and the Narrative Identities of Adolescent Girls

Mathieu O’Neil - paper - Weblogs and Authority

Ben Hoh - paper - What’s in the Box? Modulating vocabularies of trauma and mundanity in refugee blogs

Katie Cavanagh - Paper - Comments in the Margins – Life Narrative, Publishing, Credibility, and Blogs

Gerard Goggin - paper - Gerard Goggin: “Have Fun and Change the World”: Moblogging, Mobile Phone Culture and the Internet


  1. Elsewhere you mentioned that these papers were going to be provided prior to the conference so that we can read/prepare for discussion during the session. Is this still the case?

    Comment by Ash Donaldson (subscribed to comments) — 2/5/2005 @ 6:04 pm

  2. Hi Ash, Absolutely, we’ve already posted one and I’m aiming to do at least 5 more this week… stay tuned!

    Cheers, James

    Comment by James — 3/5/2005 @ 9:57 am

  3. Looking good James, skimmed 2 of these, pity the formatting is a bit odd if one wants to print out, and tons of links in the refs are not clickable. But I can fix this. Keep up the good work.

    Comment by Derek — 7/5/2005 @ 9:10 am

  4. Thanks Derek,

    Yeh, basically I’m the editor (which is not a very good situation :o) Am going to put up word / .pdf versions with each one too for printing I think.

    Thanks for the heads up, appreciated

    Comment by James — 9/5/2005 @ 10:33 am

  5. I’m looking for a version of Sebastian Fiedler’s presentation that was given at the end of Saturday. It looked really interesting, but I couldn’t be there for all of it…

    Comment by Leigh (subscribed to comments) — 23/5/2005 @ 3:12 pm

  6. Hi Leigh,

    I’ll be trying to get as many presentations up as quickly as possible over the next week or so… shall see what my success % is :D

    Cheers, James

    Comment by James — 24/5/2005 @ 11:06 am

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