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Th is paper describes a study of age diff erence in the computer skills, practices and attitudes of business students enrolled in the Batchelor of Business degree (BBus) and the New Zealand Diploma in Business (NZDipBus) at a New Zealand tertiary institution. Previous studies have indicated that students are becoming more computer literate. Th e Millennial(More)
  • Kay Fielden
  • 2010
This paper focuses on the holistic framework proposed includes the following clusters of ideas: purpose and role of information security, societal trends, human elements, changing technologies, information security management, and complexity and interactions. These multiple views of information security provide a more complete framework in which to embed(More)
In the Masters in Computing program at UNITEC, online collaboration has been utilised successfully for administration, course development, file transfer, online dialogue, idea generation, collaborative learning and debating contentious issues. Online learning has provided a time link between block courses delivered at weekends once a month over a semester.(More)