Research into digital learning is a high priority at ACER because ICT is regarded as an important component of improving education and its future. ACER is focussed on four research priorities:

  1. Teacher capacity to use ICT in education
  2. Case studies of successful implementation of digital technologies
  3. Equity of access and cultural and social interactions, and
  4. ICT in assessing and reporting.
In addition, openness, interactive personal networking and virtual learning are areas of interest.

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Submissions from 2013

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Networking young citizens : Learning to be citizens in and with the social web, Suzanne Mellor and Terri Seddon

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Digital fluency : skills necessary for learning in the digital age, Gerald K. White

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Forward thinking : three forward, two back : what are the next steps?, Gerald K. White

Submissions from 2010

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Evaluation of One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) : Trial project in the Solomon Islands, ACER

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Evaluation of OLPC programs global : a literature review, Dita Nugroho and Michele Lonsdale

Submissions from 2009

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School connections : using ICT to engage students in learning, Hamish Coates and Tim Friedman

Submissions from 2008

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A Digital Education Revolution : Realising the Possibilities, Managing the Realities, Linda Rosman, Gerald K. White, and Kerry-Anne Hoad

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Digital learning: an Australian Research Agenda, Gerald K. White

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ICT Trends in Education, Gerald K. White