Melinda Plumb

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(2013). Gestural interface technology in early childhood education: a framework for fully engaged communication. Abstract Gestural Interface Technology (GIT) has changed the way technology is adopted in classrooms for all ages. The accessibility of control through touch means that technology such as Apple's iPad can be used in early childhood education. In(More)
This rejoinder discusses the essay by Ramiller (2016) entitled "New Technology and the Post-human self: Rethinking Appropriation and Resistance" which aims at exploring the implications of a sociomaterial perspective for people's practical encounters with new information technologies. Our argument is based on our position within strong materiality, which in(More)
Several techniques exist for the assessment of cell proliferation in cell suspensions and tissues. These include counting of mitotic figures; labelling with tritiated thymidine or bromodeoxyuridine, and DNA flow cytometry. The latter is a particularly versatile technique applicable to both fresh and formalin fixed paraffin embedded tissue, and its use in(More)
Employees of early childhood education and care (ECEC) organisations may experience a wide range of barriers as they attempt to integrate information technology (IT) into their work practices. However, studies within the ECEC organisational literature which attempt to identify and understand these barriers are scant. This literature review is the first to(More)
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