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Alison Reedy
Janet Dyne


Inge Kral and Jerry Schwab's Learning Spaces: Youth, literacy and new media in remote Indigenous Australia, reviewed by Alison Reedy

Inge Kral's Talk, Text and Technology: Literacy and social practice in a remote Indigenous community,reviewed by Janet Dyne

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Alison Reedy, Charles Darwin University, NT

Alison Reedy is Manager, Higher Education and Training, in the Office of Learning and Teaching at Charles Darwin University in the NT. Her teaching background is in adult language and literacy and her research interests are in learning technologies, online learning design and the experience of Indigenous learners with elearning.

Janet Dyne, Department of Education and Training

Janet Dyne has worked in LLN and cultural programs in Indigenous communities in the Northern Territory and around Fitzroy Crossing in the Kimberley region of Western Australia. She is currently teaching in Foundation Studies at Ultimo campus of TAFE in Sydney.