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ICT for Development

  1. One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) Workbook for Educators, D Leeming, open publication, Feb 2010
  2. Using technology enhanced learning solutions to build bridges across the Digital Divide towards ‘empowerment’ in Australia and the Asia-Pacific region, M. Hastie, NS.Chen, D Leeming, TELearn2009 Conference, Academia Sinica ,Taipei, Taiwan from October 6-8, 2009
  3. Youth Collaborating for Peace with Community Media in Solomon Islands, Leeming D.G., Chapter of book, Learning to Live Together, Eds. T. Munro, R. Baksh, Pub: Commonwealth of Learning, June 2009
  4. Challenges and Impacts of One Laptop Per Child, Leeming D., Thomson I., Forster T. To be launched at the Pacific Forum Education Minister’s Meeting in Tonga, March 2009, as part of the University of the South Pacific’s PRIDE series of publications. USP Publications and OLPC Oceania publications wiki page
  5. Presentation to the ICT Policy Workshop, University of Papua New Guinea, Guest speaker of the Institute for National Affairs, Port Moresby, January 23rd 2008.
  6. The Islands of Wisdom (and Learning), The role of Distance and Flexible Learning in the Solomon islands education system, Leeming, D., Paper presented to the Pacific Forum Education Minister’s Meeting, Auckland, New Zealand, 28th Nov 2007. [Download paper and PowerPoint here].
  7. The Solomon Islands Distance Learning Centre Project, 3 presentations on implementation, experience and community response, and mainstreaming and exit strategy, Pacific Internet Society PacINET 2007 conference, Honiara, Solomon Islands, 15-22 Aug 2007 (PowerPoints can be downloaded from [[1]]
  8. The One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) Oceania Initiative, Panel presentation chaired by Dr Jimmie Rodgers, DG, Secretariat of the Pacific Community, at the PacINET 2007 conference, Honiara, Aug 2007
  9. OLPC Oceania’s Participatory Development Plan, article on OLPC News website [[2]]
  10. Using ICT to deliver education services to remote areas, Presentation made to the “Delivering Education Services to Remote Areas” forum, Divine Word University, Madang, Papua New Guinea, Aug 17-18, 2006
  11. Teacher Training via Distance Learning Telecentres in Solomon Islands Presentation, eLearning Africa Conference, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, May 25-26 200
  12. Leeming D, Pitia P; The Distance Learning Centres Project: A Solomon Islands SchoolNet, Pacific Internet Society, Tarawa, Kiribati, Aug 2005, the Continuing Education Conference, University of the South Pacific, Suva, Aug 2005 and the AADES International Conference, Sydney, Sep 2005. Downloadable from [[3]]
  13. Chand, A; Leeming. D et al.; The Impact of ICT on Rural Development in Solomon Islands: The PFnet Case; JICA/USP research program, ISBN 982-01-0629-X, 2005 [[4]]
  14. Contribution to book: Exploring New Modalities; Experiences with ICT Interventions in the Asia-Pacific Region, Chapter 14: A Distance Learning Application of the Solomon Islands People First Network (PFnet) by UNDP Asia Pacific Development Information Programme (APDIP), UNDP-APDIP ICT4D Series 2006, Elsevier, ISBN 81-312-0630-0.
  15. Stork, E; Leeming, D.; Biliki, R. (2003) Solomon Islands ICT Strategy Workshop Report, the Electronic Journal on Information Systems in Developing Countries, Vol 12 (2003). [[5]]
  16. Stork, E; Leeming, D.(2004) Papua New Guinea National ICT Workshop Report, [[6]]
  17. Education through wireless networking in Solomon Islands, Leeming, D.G., Presentation to the Pacific Forum Education Minister's Meeting, Apia, Samoa, January 2004 [[7]]
  18. Leeming D., (2003) Education through Wireless Networking in Solomon Islands, Asia Media Information and Communications Centre AMIC, 12th Annual Meeting, Singapore, Nov 2003 (Download at [[8]]
  19. Leeming D., (2003), Challenges for Sustainable Rural Networking in Solomon Islands, ICTP Round Table on Science for Developing Countries, Oct 2003 [[9]] Published in “Rural Transformation, Socio-Economic Issues”, ed. Bhargava H., Kumar D.; ICFAI University Press, Hyderabad, India, 2006. ISBN 81-314-0090-5
  20. Presentation on the People First Network to the AGM of the Global Knowledge Partnership, Rome, May 2003
  21. Leeming D., (2003) Input Paper for the Solomon Islands People First Network, World Summit on the Information Society, Tokyo Regional Meeting, Jan 2003 [[10]]
  22. People First Network web pages [[11]]
  23. Distance Learning Centres Project / Solomon Islands SchooNet pages [[12]]
  24. More literature on ICT for Development in the Pacific [[13]]

Quantified Risk Assessment (Major Industrial Hazards)

  1. Analysis of Risk Model Estimates for the Transport of Dangerous Goods, FF Saccomanno, DG Leeming, A Stewart, Proceedings of the International Concensus Conference on the transport of Dangerous Goods, Toronto, Canada, April 1992. Published by the University of Waterloo Press, Ontario, Canada
  2. Use of QRA to compare the risks of transporting chlorine by road and rail, DG Leeming and FF Saccomanno, 1993 Hazmat Transportation Conference, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA, July 1993
  3. Effect of Transport Mode on the Risks from Handling Chlorine at a Major Industrial Facility in the UK, DG Leeming and FF Saccomanno, Emergency Response ER93 International Conference on the Practical Approach to Hazardous Materials, St.Johns, New Brunswick, Canada, Sept 1993
  4. Risk Assessment in the Process Industries, Contribution to book published by IchemE 1996, ISBN 0852953232
  5. Effect of Road and Traffic Characteristics on Accidents Involving Heavy Goods Vehicles L Liu, D Leeming and J Wilday, Proceedings of the Truck Safety Conference, Toronto, 1996