Darius Pfitzner


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  • Student and staff: assessment design, acceptance and performance.
  • Improving the outcome of any learning task through the appropriate use of online technologies and appropriate tele-presence technologies.
  • Remote and regional business, education and health service delivery using Telehealth solutions.
  • The use of communications technology to promote learning, health and business in remote and regional Australia.
  • Microbusiness, micro-enterprise and micro-entrepreneurs: the lack of specific data in the research field of microbusiness and nationally in Australia in terms of statistical data and treatment (e.g. ABS), access to support mechanisms, knowledge requirements for success and management and legal structures to protect and support operation.
  • Microbusiness: their participation in the shadow economy and systems and techniques to reduce their engagement with the shadow economy.
  • Improved business performance through the practical application of automated and manual information systems.
  • Economic impact of local government support on local market economies.
  • Using time series data for predictive purposes.


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