husITa14 Program Archive

Time Title Presenters
1100-1230 Field Trip to InfoXchange: a not-for-profit community organization that delivers technology for social justice. David Spriggs (CEO) & Marcus Harvey (ICT Services & Consulting Manager)
1100-1110 Thinking beyond access: A case study of a public-private partnership to foster new digital inclusion strategies. Tianca Crocker (University of Texas at Austin, USA).
1110-1120 A technology based model for sustaining the elderly: Addressing rising service needs. Randall E. Basham (University of Texas at Arlington, USA).
1120-1130 Locality service planning with geographical information system: Spatial analysis of poverty data of a community in Hong Kong. Zeno C.S. Leung (Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Peoples Republic of China).
1130-1140 Exploring peer supervision in virtual teams in rural and remote Australia. Amanda Nickson (James Cook University Townsville, Australia).
1200-1210 Connecting with new ways: New information communication technologies (ICTs) in remote aboriginal community contexts in Australia. Deirdre Tedmanson (University of South Australia, Australia).
1330-1340 Assessing new media literacies in social work education. Jimmy Young (University of Nebraska at Kearney, USA).
1340-1350 Ethical risks in online social work: e-Professionalism and the implications for social work education. Donna McAuliffe (Griffith University, Australia).
1350-1400 Authentic learning, emerging technologies and graduate attributes: Experiences of South African social work educators. Roshini Pillay (University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa).
1400-1410 Investigating the role of an enhanced textbook: Using the principles of human-centered design. Julie Gilliam (University of Maryland and University of Baltimore, USA).
1410-1420 An evaluation framework for the use of a personalised online learning environment in a social work program. Mark Hughes & Hilary Gallagher (Southern Cross University, Australia).
1420-1430 Blended social work: A new concept for everyday practice. Camilla Granholm (University of Helsinki, Finland).
1430-1440 Implementing the Global Agenda: Use of the Internet to facilitate information sharing, networking and collaboration. Dixon Sookraj (University of British Columbia, Canada).
1440-1450 Reflective practice online: Exploring the ways social workers use social media for reflection (Pecha Kucha). Helen Hickson (La Trobe University, Australia).
1530-1540 Social work student beliefs about social media: Implications for education and training. Melanie Sage & Andrew Quinn (University of North Dakota, USA).
1540-1550 Live and learn: Evaluation of the use of technology to enhance learning outcomes prior to placement in a Bachelor of Social Work degree. Sophie Goldingay (Deakin University, Australia).
0800- 0810 Considering the nonhuman: Actor-network theory and human service technology research. Neil Ballantyne (Learning Designs, New Zealand).
0810- 0820 ‘Big data’ in human services organisations: Practical problems and ethical dilemmas. Philip Gillingham (University of Queensland, Australia).
0820- 0830 The client data model for social welfare services in Finland. Jarmo Kärki (National Institute for Health and Welfare, Finland).
0830- 0840 Understanding client communities spatially for developing effective interventions: Application of geographic information systems (GIS) technology for human services delivery. Gokul Mandayam (University of Southern California, USA).
0945- 1030 Ensuring the ethical and sustainable use of technology in human services. Doug Jacquier (ICE-President, Asia-Pacific at Techsoup Global.).
1100-1110 An exploration of child welfare workers’ opinions on using video assisted visitation to support family reunification. Andrew Quinn & Kristofer Sage (University of North Dakota, USA).
1110-1120 Working in the cloud: Making personal records for children in care accessible. Cathy Humphreys (University of Melbourne, Australia).
1120-1130 Digital divide challenges in low-income families with children: The case of Shanghai. Yu-Cheung Wong (The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong).
1130-1140 Outcomes of a social, multi-user, tablet-based game to prevent substance abuse and relationship violence. Richard Schoech & Beverly Black (University of Texas at Arlington, USA).
1140-1150 Both ways mentoring: Improving mental health, resilience and the self-esteem of Indigenous young people in remote communities through innovative mentoring supported by the use of social media. Deirdre Tedmanson (University of South Australia, Australia).
1330-1340 Open access podcasting: Promoting theory, practice and research in social work. Lesley Chenoweth (Griffith University, Australia).
1340-1350 Social media and social work organizations. Goutham Menon (University of Nevada, USA).
1350-1400 Final results of the teleherence web-mobile-phone system to support client treatment. Richard Schoech (University of Texas Arlington, USA).
1400-1410 Synching spaces: Exploring the interplay and collision of social work values with the digital age. Daniel Hadson (Department of Human Services, Newcastle, Australia).
1410-1420 Seeking help for psychological distress on the Internet: the case of China. Juan Chen (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, China).
1420-1430 Indignation, inspiration, and interaction on the Internet: Emotion work online in the anti-human trafficking movement. Rachel Gong (Stanford University, USA).
1430-1440 Exploring the multifarious penalising impacts of electronically monitored home detention based sanctions on offenders. Marietta Martinovic (RMIT University, Australia).