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    Attachment A

    Telecommunications Action Plan for Remote Indigenous Communities May 2002

CONSULTATIVE GROUPS

     Agency Group 1. Australian Communications Authority Advisory 2. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission Advisory 3. Office of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs, Advisory

    Department of Immigration and Multicultural and

    Indigenous Affairs

    4. National Office for the Information Economy Advisory 5. Department of Prime Minister and the Cabinet Reference 6. Department of Finance and Administration Reference 7. Department of the Treasury Reference 8. Department of Family and Community Services Reference 9. Department of Education, Science and Training Reference 10. Centrelink Reference 11. Department of Transport and Regional Services Reference 12. Department of Health and Ageing Reference 13. Department of Employment and Workplace Relations Reference 14. Department of Industry, Tourism and Resources Reference 15. Australian Bureau of Statistics Reference 16. Department of Defence Reference 17. Attorney-General‘s Department Reference 18. Department of Innovation and Information Economy, Qld Reference 19. Department of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Reference

    Policy, Qld

    20. Office of Information Technology, NSW Reference 21. Department of Aboriginal Affairs, NSW Reference 22. Department of Industry and Technology, WA Reference 23. Department of Indigenous Affairs, WA Reference 24. Multimedia Victoria, Vic Reference 25. Aboriginal Affairs Victoria, Vic Reference 26. Information Economy Policy Office, SA Reference 27. Department of State Aboriginal Affairs, SA Reference 28. Department of Corporate and Information Services, NT Reference 29. Department of Community Development, Sport and Reference

    Cultural Affairs, NT

    30. Department of Premier and Cabinet, Tas Reference 31. ACT Information Services, Chief Minister‘s Department, Reference

    ACT

    32. Australian Local Government Association (ALGA) Reference

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    Telecommunications Action Plan for Remote Indigenous Communities May 2002

Submissions to the Issues Paper

     Organisation Contact 1 VicTract Gary Sheridan 2 Midwest Development Commission Jackie Healy

    Project Manager 3 Pilbara Development Commission Matthew Payne

    Senior Project Officer 4 Australian Communications Authority Anna Snidaro

    Monitoring Team

    Universal Services Obligation 5 Department of Health and Aged Care Steve Nerlich

    Assistant Director

    Office for Aboriginal and Torres

    Strait Islander Health 6 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Arts Board, Cathy Craigie

    Australia Council Director 7 Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research Anne Daly 8 Central TAFE, Western Australia Anne Stafford 9 Imparja Corallie Ferguson

    Chief Executive Officer 10 Department of Industry and Trade (through the Ian Rohde

    Information Economy Policy Office, Dept for

    Administration and Information Services)

    11 Australian Indigenous Cultural Network Helena Gulash 12 ntl Australia Pty Ltd Clive Morton

    Broadcast Services Director 13 ETC Electronic Trading Concepts Pty Ltd Alistair Muir

    Consultant 14 Western Australian Department of Industry and Dan Scherr

    Technology Information & Communications

    Policy Directorate 15 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Bryan McKain

    Commission, Western Desert Region, WA A/Senior Policy Officer 16 Telstra Corporation Andrew Briggs

    Group Regulatory Manager

    Telstra CountryWide 17 Northern Territory Government Doug Cooke

    Manager

    Department of Corporate and

    Information Services 18 Australian Computer Society Inc. Susan Bandias 19 Central Land Council Philip Watkins 20 Western Australian Municipal Association Ricky Burges

    Now: WA Local Government Association Chief Executive Officer 21 Department of Education, Training & Marg Beagley

    Employment, South Australia Executive Principal

    Open Access College

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    Attachment B 22 Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman John Pinnock

    Ombudsman 23 Ngaanyatjarra Media Daniel Featherstone

    Media Coordinator 24 Optus Judy Anderson 25 SA Dept of Industry and Trade Trevor May

    SA State Coordinator

    Networking the Nation 26 Kimberley Area Consultative Committee Cori Fong

    Chairperson 27 Tangentyere Council John McGlynn

    Special Projects Officer 28 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Iris Godfrey

    Commission Housing and Infrastructure

    Branch 29 Rural Transaction Centres Programme Paul Davies

    Director 30 Department of State Aboriginal Affairs, South Fady Boumouglbay

    Australia

    31 Centre for Appropriate Technology Bruce Walker 32 Queensland Government Lloyd Lacey

    Department of Innovation and

    Information Economy

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    Telecommunications Action Plan for Remote Indigenous Communities May 2002

References and Further Reading

    1. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission; ATSIC News; Autumn 2001:

    Aboriginal Community Development Employment Program (CDEP):

    http://www.atsic.gov.au/media/atsic_news/news/Autumn2001/default.asp

    http://www.atsic.gov.au/media/atsic_news/Default.asp (News index) 2. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission; Digital Dreaming, A National

    Review of Indigenous Media and Communications; Commonwealth of Australia; June

    1999.

    http://www.atsic.gov.au/programs/noticeboard/Broadcasting/ExecutiveSummary.PDF 3. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission; Submission to the Human Rights

    and Equal Opportunity Commission into Rural and Remote Education in Australia;

    Commonwealth of Australia; November 1999.

    http://www.atsic.gov.au/issues/education/HREOC_inquiry_rural_remote_education/

    HREOC_rural_remote_educ.doc

    4. Aboriginal Economic Development IBIZWA.com, a website set up to promote and

    encourage Western Australian Indigenous enterprises to use multimedia and the

    Internet to promote their business enterprise online; provides them with a web

    presence for an agreed period: http://www.ibizwa.com

    5. Aboriginal Languages website: a gateway to a large number of websites that provide

    information on and in Indigenous languages, including dictionaries, cultural sites etc.

    http://www.dnathan.com/VL/byLang.htm

    6. Aboriginal Resource and Development Services Inc. (ARDS)

    http://www.ards.com.au/

    7. Access @ Schools program, Victoria: http://www.sofweb.vic.edu.au/itb/access/ 8. Area Consultative Committee Network. The national network of ACCs acts as a

    communication channel between Government, business and the community. ACCs

    provide a vital link between communities and key government job creation programs.

    http://www.acc.gov.au

    9. Australian Bureau of Statistics; ABS Catalogue No.4710.0: Housing and

    Infrastructure in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Communities, Australia;

    Commonwealth of Australia; 1999; p 11.

    10. Australian Government Directory, incorporating Business Australia (see the

    Indigenous link): http://www.agd.com.au/

    11. Australian Information and Communications Technology in Education Committee

    (AICTEC) Bandwidth Working Group; Record of Meeting, Monday 27 August 2001,

    Canberra; http://www.aictec.edu.au/priorities/bwgmin.htm

    12. Australian Information and Communications Technology in Education Committee

    (AICTEC); Business plan 2001-2002.

    http://www.aictec.edu.au/docs/BusinessPlan.doc

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    Attachment C 13. Australian National Training Authority; Partners in a Learning Culture: Australia‟s

    National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Strategy for Vocational Education

    and Training 20002005;

    http://www.detya.gov.au/iae/analysis/learning/1/learning.htm

    14. Australian National Training Authority; Strategy 2000: Project 2/5.1: Framework for

    National Collaboration in Flexible Learning in Vocational Education and Training

    2000-2004: Cooperation in Applying Technology to Vocational Education and

    Training, 2000: Multimedia; 5.3.

    http://www.flexiblelearning.net.au/standards/wspapers/mm.pdf 15. Australian New Zealand (ANZ) Telehealth Committee Website:

    http://www.telehealth.org.au/ List of Australian Telehealth Activities (State entries

    are listed as having been updated in either March 2000 or February 2001). 16. Catalyst Consulting International Pty Ltd; Discussion Paper Indigenous Banking &

    Finance; Northern Territory Area Consultative Committee; Darwin, NT; October

    2001.

    17. Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research (CAEPR), Australian National

    University; CDEP as Urban Enterprise: Yarnteen Aboriginal and Torres Strait

    Islanders Corporation, Newcastle; http://www.anu.edu.au/caepr/briefs/brief4.html 18. Centre for Appropriate Technology, Alice Springs, NT: http://www.icat.org.au/ 19. Centre for Remote Health; Working with Indigenous Peoples with a Disability;

    http://www.wired.org.au/

    20. Commonwealth Grants Commission; Report on Indigenous Funding; Commonwealth

    of Australia; 2001; 3 Vol. http://www.cgc.gov.au

    21. Commonwealth Department of Communications, Information Technology and the

    Arts; Connecting Australia: Report of the Telecommunications Service Inquiry;

    Commonwealth of Australia; 2000. http://www.telinquiry.gov.au/final_report.html 22. Commonwealth Department of Education, Training and Youth Affairs; Government

    Response to the Katu Kalpa Report on the Inquiry into the Effectiveness of Education

    and Training Programs for Indigenous Australians; Commonwealth of Australia;

    March, 2001. See also: Media Release, 8 March 2001:

    http://www.apapdc.edu.au/indigenousEd/downloads/DETYA/k44_080301.doc 23. Commonwealth Department of Education, Training and Youth Affairs; National

    Indigenous English Literacy and Numeracy Strategy 2000-2004; Commonwealth

    Government of Australia; March 2000.

    http://www.detya.gov.au/schools/Publications/2000/LNS.pdf

    24. Commonwealth Department of Family and Community Services; Family Community

    Network Initiative:

    http://www.facs.gov.au/internet/facsinternet.nsf/aboutfacs/programs/community.htm 25. Commonwealth Department of Industry, Science and Resources; tourism dotcom

    Chapter 3.3 Indigenous Online Tourism; 2000.

    http://www.isr.gov.au/sport_tourism/tourismdotcom/Strategy/Chapters/3_3.html

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    Attachment C 26. Commonwealth Department of Transport and Regional Services; Stronger Regions, A

    Stronger Australia; Commonwealth of Australia; 2001.

    http://www.dotrs.gov.au/regional/statement/index.htm

    27. Education.au Limited; Open Learning Case Studies: Index of Learning Technologies;

    Open Learning Technology Corporation Limited; 1996.

    http://www.educationau.edu.au/archives/olcs/index-ltech.htm 28. Education.au Limited Website: http://www.educationau.edu.au/about.html 29. Education Department of Western Australia; Learning Technologies Contracts;

    http://www.eddept.wa.edu.au/ltcontracts/ January 2001.

    30. Education Network Australia Vocational Education and Training Advisory Group;

    Flexible Learning for the Information Economy: Australian Flexible Learning

    Framework for the Vocational Education and Training System 2000 2004;

    Australian National Training Authority; 2000.

    http://www.flexiblelearning.net.au/1frame.pdf

    31. Education Queensland; Queensland State Education 2010; 2000; p 24

    http://education.qld.gov.au/cgi-bin/byteserv.pl/corporate/qse2010/pdf/strategy.pdf 32. Education Queensland; School LAN Project: Provision of Local Area Networks for

    Schools; http://education.qld.gov.au/corporate/slan/

    33. Education Trust Victoria Ltd; Partnership News; Number 2, April 2000; p 2.

    http://www.etvl.com.au/5%20Level%20Pages/Newsletter%20Website%20Files/New

    sletter%20April%202000.pdf

    34. Education Victoria; Learning Technologies in Victorian Schools 1998-2000; State

    Government of Victoria; 1998.

    35. Forrest, Martyn; Australian Information and Communications Technology in

    Education Committee: 2001: The Year in Review: Chairman‟s Summation; November

    2001. http://www.aictec.edu.au/pages/Chair01.htm

    36. Gallaudet University; Technology Access Program: Video Telecommunications;

    http://tap.gallaudet.edu/video.htm; February 2002.

    37. Hellwig, O. and Lloyd, R.; Sociodemographic Barriers to Utilisation and

    Participation in Telecommunications Services and Their Regional Distribution: A

    Quantitative Analysis; National Centre for Social and Economic Modelling

    (NATSEM), Canberra; 21 August 2000. (A report commissioned by Telstra.).

    http://www.natsem.canberra.edu.au/pubs/netaccess-barriers.html 38. House of Representatives Standing Committee on Aboriginal Affairs; Return to

    Country: The Aboriginal Homelands Movement in Australia; Commonwealth of

    Australia; March 1987.

    39. House of Representatives Standing Committee on Family and Community Affairs;

    Health is Life: Report on the Inquiry into Indigenous Health; Commonwealth of

    Australia; May 2000.

    http://www.aph.gov.au/house/committee/fca/indhea/reportfinal.pdf

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    Attachment C 40. Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission; Education Access: National

    Inquiry into Rural and Remote Education; Commonwealth of Australia; August 2000.

    http://www.hreoc.gov.au/human_rights/rural_education/

    41. Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission; Recommendations: National

    Inquiry into Rural and Remote Education; Commonwealth of Australia; May 2000.

    http://www.hreoc.gov.au/word/human_rights/Recommendations.doc 42. Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission; Rural and Remote Education

    Inquiry Briefing Paper: Information technology infrastructure; Commonwealth of

    Australia; 2000.

    http://www.hreoc.gov.au/human_rights/rural_education/briefing/it_infrastructure.htm

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    43. Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission; Rural and Remote Education

    Inquiry Briefing Paper: Indigenous education; Commonwealth of Australia; 2000;

    part E.

    http://www.hreoc.gov.au/human_rights/rural_education/briefing/indigenous_ed5.html

    #7.6

    44. Jones, F G; Australian Journal of Educational Technology; 1990; vol 6(1), pp 56-65

    http://cleo.murdoch.edu.au/gen/aset/ajet/ajet6/win90p56.html 45. Kelso, R; Innovative Bandwidth Arrangements for the Australian Education and

    Training Sector: Stage 1: Assessment of Overseas Approaches; DETYA,

    Commonwealth of Australia; 2001.

    http://www.detya.gov.au/schools/publications/2001/bandwidth/finalrep.pdf 46. Knuckey, J and Slegers, C; Leading-Edge Use of Visual Communications Services:

    the Deaf Australia Online Trials; AccessAbility Workshop, Canberra, May 2001.

    http://www.dcita.gov.au/commsconf/papers/janice.html

    See also: http://www.circit.rmit.edu.au/projects/dao2/dao_sec4.pdf 47. LearnScope is a professional development initiative within the Australian Flexible

    Learning Framework 2000 - 2004. LearnScope places emphasis on developing

    creative and innovative ways to deliver VET services and products Website:

    http://www.learnscope.anta.gov.au/

    48. Microsoft Australia; Media Release: Microsoft Helps Indigenous Community

    Organisation Bridge the Digital Divide: Yarnteen Aboriginal and Torres Islanders

    Corporation receives Provides $100,000 grant; 8 August 2001.

    http://www.microsoft.com/australia/presspass/news/pressreleases/yarnteen_010808.as

    p

    49. Microsoft eMpower Australia Campaign:

    http://www.microsoft.com/AUSTRALIA/empower/cp.asp 50. Ministerial Council on Education, Employment, Training and Youth Affairs; Report

    of the MCEETYA Taskforce on Indigenous Education; Commonwealth of Australia;

    March 2000. http://www.curriculum.edu.au/mctyapdf/reportm.pdf 51. Moon, Olaf; Bandwidth Requirements for the Education and Training Sector;

    Department of Education, Training and Youth Affairs, Commonwealth of Australia;

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    August 1999. http://www.edna.edu.au/edna/publish/system/bwreport/bwreport.pdf 52. National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education Website:

    http://www.natsiew.nexus.edu.au/splash2.html

    53. National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Council, the; National

    Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Strategy, Draft for Discussion; February

    2001. http://www.health.gov.au/oatsih/strategy/

    54. National Health Information Management Advisory Council; A Health Information

    Action Plan for Australia; January 2001. http://www.health.gov.au/healthonline 55. National Office for the Information Economy; Accessibility Best Practice Website:

    http://www.govonline.gov.au/projects/strategy/better_practice/accessibility.htm 56. National Office for the Information Economy; A Strategic Framework for the

    Information Economy; Commonwealth of Australia; 1999.

    http://www.noie.gov.au/projects/information_economy/strategic_framework/dec98_st

    rategy.htm

    57. National Office for the Information Economy; Attachments A & B to Online Council

    Indigenous Action Plan; unpublished; March 2002.

    58. National Office for the Information Economy; Government Online; Commonwealth

    of Australia; April 2000.

    http://www.govonline.gov.au/projects/strategy/StrategicPriorities.htm

    (The complete strategy is online at:

    http://www.govonline.gov.au/projects/strategy/GovOnlineStrategy.htm) 59. National Office for the Information Economy; Government Online Customer

    Focussed Portals Framework:

    http://www.govonline.gov.au/projects/services&innovation/portals.htm 60. National Office for the Information Economy; Survey of Australian Programs to

    Increase Individual and Community Access to the Internet; Commonwealth of

    Australia, 2000. http://www.noie.gov.au/projects/access/community/cps/ 61. New Connections Website a collection of information about regional, rural and

    remote communications, hosted by the Department of Communications, Information

    Technology and the Arts (DoCITA): http://www.newconnections.gov.au 62. New Connections Website; Linking Legal Access to Remote Towns in the Wheatbelt

    (WA) Region and Beyond

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    3_111,00.html

    63. New South Wales Aboriginal Seniors Yarn-Up; Outcomes; May 2000; page 5.

    Published in pdf format by the NSW Department of Aboriginal Affairs, and available

    at http://www.daa.nsw.gov.au/daa/publications.html

    64. Northern Territory Department of Education; Learning Lessons: An independent

    review of Indigenous education in the Northern Territory; Darwin, NT; 1999.

    http://www.ntde.nt.gov.au/prod/NTEDWeb/DeptWeb.nsf/Files/AbEdRpt/$file/AbEd

    Rpt.pdf

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    Attachment C 65. Northern Territory Government; Partnership in implementation of Indigenous

    Education Strategic Plan; Media Release; 1 October 2001.

    http://www.nt.gov.au/ntg/news/20011001_education.shtml

    66. NSW Department of Education and Training; NSW Public Schools: Strategic

    Directions 2002-2004; http://www.schools.nsw.edu.au/direction/strategy2002-04.php 67. NT Department of Lands, Planning & Environment; Northern Territory Aboriginal

    Communities; Northern Territory Government; November 2000. 68. Office for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health; Department of Health and

    Ageing; Government Response to the House of Representatives Inquiry into

    Indigenous Health “Health is Life”; Commonwealth of Australia; 2001.

    http://www.health.gov.au/oatsih/healthlife/

    69. Online Council homepage: http://www.noie.gov.au/oc/

    70. Open Learning Technology Corporation Limited; Case Study 21: Interactive

    Multimedia and the Remote Area Teacher Education Program; 1995.

    http://www.educationau.edu.au/archives/olcs/case21.htm

    71. Papandrea, Franco; Asman, John and Farr, Peter; Telecommunications Pricing

    Structures in Education and Training: Research Report; Australian National Training

    Authority; June 2001 http://flexiblelearning.net.au/pricing/tps.pdf 72. Queensland Health; The North Queensland Rural Health Training Unit; Course

    materials for Indigenous health workers:

    http://www.medeserv.com.au/rhtut/indighlth.htm

    73. Queensland Telemedicine Network Website:

    http://www.medeserv.com.au/rhtut/qtn.htm

    74. Rawa Community School‘s website: http://www.users.bigpond.com/rawa/default.htm 75. Roebourne Community School‘s website: http://www.roebourne.wa.edu.au/ 76. Senate Employment, Workplace Relations, Small Business and Education References

    Committee; Katu Kalpa Report on the inquiry into the effectiveness of education

    and training programs for Indigenous Australians; Commonwealth of Australia;

    March 2000. http://www.aph.gov.au/senate/committee/EET_CTTE/indiged/ 77. Schools of Isolated and Distance Education, Western Australia.

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    78. State Government of South Australia; Information Economy 2002: Delivering the

    Future: Charting South Australia‟s course within the global Information Economy;

    August 2000. http://www.ie2002.sa.gov.au/site/text_only.cfm?site_page_id=8 79. Sydney Morning Herald Online; The Digital Divide; Saturday, December 1, 2001

    http://www.smh.com.au/icon/0112/01/news3.html

    80. Westlink satellite services website, including a listing of communities receiving

    Westlink services: http://www.cams.wa.gov.au/web/cams.nsf/web/westlinkusing 81. Yarnteen Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders Corporation; CARDIFF NSW 2285;

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    Attachment C Website: http://www.aboriginalhunter.com/show_business.php3?bid=7

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