Children, Australian sign language and the Web; the possibilities

Kirsten Alexandra Ellis, Katherine Marie Blashki

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    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationAusWeb X: The Challenge of Integration as the Web Moves into its Second Decade: Proceedings of The Tenth Australian World Wide Web Conference
    EditorsAndrew Treloar, Allan Ellis
    Place of PublicationLismore NSW Australia
    PublisherSouthern Cross University
    Pages281 - 287
    Number of pages7
    ISBN (Print)0975164422
    Publication statusPublished - 2004
    Event10th Australian World Wide Web Conference: The Challenge of Integration as the Web Moves into its Second Decade - Gold Coast Qld, Australia
    Duration: 1 Jan 2004 → …
    Conference number: 10

    Conference

    Conference10th Australian World Wide Web Conference
    Abbreviated titleAusWeb X
    CountryAustralia
    CityGold Coast Qld
    Period1/01/04 → …

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    Ellis, K. A., & Blashki, K. M. (2004). Children, Australian sign language and the Web; the possibilities. In A. Treloar, & A. Ellis (Eds.), AusWeb X: The Challenge of Integration as the Web Moves into its Second Decade: Proceedings of The Tenth Australian World Wide Web Conference (pp. 281 - 287). Lismore NSW Australia: Southern Cross University.
    Ellis, Kirsten Alexandra ; Blashki, Katherine Marie. / Children, Australian sign language and the Web; the possibilities. AusWeb X: The Challenge of Integration as the Web Moves into its Second Decade: Proceedings of The Tenth Australian World Wide Web Conference. editor / Andrew Treloar ; Allan Ellis. Lismore NSW Australia : Southern Cross University, 2004. pp. 281 - 287
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    Ellis, KA & Blashki, KM 2004, Children, Australian sign language and the Web; the possibilities. in A Treloar & A Ellis (eds), AusWeb X: The Challenge of Integration as the Web Moves into its Second Decade: Proceedings of The Tenth Australian World Wide Web Conference. Southern Cross University, Lismore NSW Australia, pp. 281 - 287, 10th Australian World Wide Web Conference, Gold Coast Qld, Australia, 1/01/04.

    Children, Australian sign language and the Web; the possibilities. / Ellis, Kirsten Alexandra; Blashki, Katherine Marie.

    AusWeb X: The Challenge of Integration as the Web Moves into its Second Decade: Proceedings of The Tenth Australian World Wide Web Conference. ed. / Andrew Treloar; Allan Ellis. Lismore NSW Australia : Southern Cross University, 2004. p. 281 - 287.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference PaperResearchpeer-review

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    Ellis KA, Blashki KM. Children, Australian sign language and the Web; the possibilities. In Treloar A, Ellis A, editors, AusWeb X: The Challenge of Integration as the Web Moves into its Second Decade: Proceedings of The Tenth Australian World Wide Web Conference. Lismore NSW Australia: Southern Cross University. 2004. p. 281 - 287