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List of Contents My Home website (includes: CV, PhD, my teaching philosophy statement, research agenda and other materials) Online Information Literacy Project (teaching critical writing and thinking skills) Teaching ICT skills to seniors – a website where I complied a multitude of free learning resources and online tutorials for learning ICT skills On-lineEnglish.com – Resources for teaching ESL (in progress) Professional development program for Mandarin teachers in the ACT (Canberra) Language teaching software Instructional Videos for preservice teachers Resources for homeschooling parents Current research agenda

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Home of Ania Lian https://sites.google.com/site/lianania/

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Critical Literacy Project - 2011 In this project I offer an innovative approach to teaching Information Literacy and critical thinking skills created by Ania Lian

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Critical Literacy Project - B ackground Click HERE to watch the presentation ONLINE URL: http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/lian.ania-832594-ania-lian-critical/

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Critical Literacy Project 2011 - Website https://sites.google.com/site/clementecanberra

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Teaching ICT skills to seniors: 2008 - 2010 b roadband FOR seniors.com.au created by Ania Lian, 2008 Resources were compiled by Ania Lian Some ICT tutorials were created by Ania Lian. Others are in public domain.

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Teaching ICT skills to Seniors – Tutorials and Activities URL: http://www.broadbandforseniors.com.au

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Online Newsletters for Australia’s Seniors URL: http://www.seniorseventscalendar.com.au/e107_plugins/links_page/links.php?cat.132

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Online Newsletters for Australia’s Seniors Creating flash websites for $0 - Online tutorials To see this video, go to URL: http://broadbandforseniors.com.au/media/screencasts/Part01_wix/Part01_wix.html Source: Newsletter 2009, page 2. URL: http://www.seniorseventscalendar.com.au/media/Seniors_Sept_2009.pdf

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Teaching ICT skills to Seniors – Tutorials and Activities URL: http:www.broadbandforseniors.com.au The site also contains a multitude of free online resources for learning English and other subjects . Click on the embedded movie - URL: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fGO7S5gaUx8

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Teaching ICT skills to Seniors – Tutorials and Activities URL: http:www.broadbandforseniors.com.au The site also contains a multitude of free online resources for learning English and other subjects . Click on the embedded movie - above A listening comprehension URL: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0FMl778vVdU

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Teaching ICT skills to Seniors – Tutorials and Activities URL: http:www.broadbandforseniors.com.au The site also contains a multitude of free online resources for learning English and other subjects . Click on the embedded movie - above Sounds and spelling URL: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ndDjJCSgDxI

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Teaching ICT skills to Seniors – Presentations, invited ACT Health is the Department of Health, Canberra, Australia Presentations to ACT Health Click here to view the slideshow online URL: http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/lian.ania-502910-internet-for-seniors /

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Teaching ICT skills to Seniors – Presentations, invited ACT Health is the Department of Health, Canberra, Australia Presentations to ACT Health with ACT Alzheimer’s Assoc. This presentation is not available online. In the next slides I offer examples of information that it contained.

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Teaching ICT skills to Seniors – Presentations, invited ACT Health is the Department of Health, Canberra, Australia Presentations to ACT Health with ACT Alzheimer’s Assoc. Charlie Rose Series: The Ageing Brain Source: Click on the video above to listen. Here Prof. B. Milner offers evidence for distinguishing between declarative and explicit memories

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Teaching ICT skills to Seniors – Presentations, invited Games and theories Presentations to ACT Health with ACT Alzheimer’s Assoc. Click on the video above - This is a menu of games used by researchers who found that the internet-accessible computer activities were even more successful than classic exercises of mental stimulation commonly used with dementia patients. Source : Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry, 10, 2006

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Teaching ICT skills to Seniors – Presentations, invited Games and theories Presentations to ACT Health with ACT Alzheimer’s Assoc. Click on the speaker icon below. – However, the voice should start automatically. Research shows that interactive activities are critical to seniors’ wellbeing

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On-lineENGLISH.com: Project 2011 A website for teaching ESL online Below I present my work on this website

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o n-lineENGLISH.com – “A lesson with us” video This video can be viewed on: http://on-lineenglish.com/about_onlineenglish/about_onlineenglish.html

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o n-lineenglish.com – Listening comprehension This video quiz can be viewed on: https://www.facebook.com/pages/on-lineenglishcom/130012343721164

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o n-lineenglish.com – Listening comprehension This video can be viewed on: http://on-lineenglish.com/wwt_introduction/wwt_introduction.html

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Heloo-netfriends Website I created to inspire authentic ESL activities, using authentic resources. URL: https://sites.google.com/site/helloonetfriends/

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Professional development for Mandarin teachers Canberra, 2010 Project The slides illustrate some of my work for the program, including some original ideas, e.g. A dictionary of Chinese culture and more .

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Professional development 2010 – For Mandarin teachers https://sites.google.com/site/lotechinese/

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Professional development 2010 – For Mandarin teachers https://sites.google.com/site/nihaohigh/home/chinese-culture-vocabulary Site I created to inspire Mandarin teachers to create their own class websites

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Professional development 2010 – For Mandarin teachers A website of an imaginary student of Mandarin I created this site to demonstrate the ease of such projects https://sites.google.com/site/tamaranihaohigh/

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Professional development 2010 – For Mandarin teachers This presentation I created to exemplify how teachers can work with authentic resources in more than one way. Here students recreate an ancient Chinese tale using PowerPoint. The idea was for teachers to assists students with their Mandarin skills. When well designed, teachers can teach students how to work in groups (not straightforward). Students also learn creativity and ICT skills. URL: http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/lian.ania-380495-cn-pots-entertainment-ppt-powerpoint/

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Professional development 2010 – For Mandarin teachers I made up this song to show teachers that using simple tunes has place in a language classroom  The idea was for teachers to create such songs in Mandarin. To view this presentation, click on the link: URL: http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/lian.ania-583184-tow-pots-song-of-ania/

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Language learning software: 1994 - ongoing created by Ania Lian and Prof. Andrew Peter Lian

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Language teaching software https://docs.google.com/fileview?id=0B0ZQhaFm6AWVMDlmMTZmMGMtMDEzYS00MzM5LTk5ZmItNTFhMmExZDg5NWU2&hl=en&pli=1 For details and more examples, please click on the link below

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Instructional videos for preservice teachers created by Ania Lian, 2008

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Instructional videos for preservice teachers – An example SmartBoard activity – click on the viedo above http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fR2x0Pvf2zw

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Support site for homeschooling parents created by Ania Lian, 2010

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Homeschooling ICT support site Website I created to assist local families who do homeschooling. https://sites.google.com/site/fromthekidspointofview/

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Current Research Agenda Complete and publish Stage 1 research in Information Literacy with disadvantaged students within the Clemente Program at the Australian Catholic University (currently in progress until May 2011) Continue research in Information Literacy and critical thinking / writing skills with new students. Evaluate research results against other methods developed in this study area. Produce and publish a course-book on Critical Pedagogy and second language teaching. Develop research groups, sharing research focus and complementing their work.

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Thank you.