Jon has also recently played a leading role in conference organization which is concerned with IT-I*EARN 95 (The University of Melbourne), Weblink Indonesia 96 (Jakarta), and EdTech 96 (The University of Melbourne). He is currently on the organising committee for 'The Virtual University?', a two-day symposium to be held at The University of Melbourne during November 1996.
He has also worked as a computer music teacher for two years at Scotch College in Melbourne and for several years as a private music teacher, co-founding his own music school in northern NSW. He has also managed a small mixed farm and was Executive Director of an agroforestry company for two years.
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Mason, J. (1995) "Issues for Teacher Education" in AUSWEB 95, Innovation & Diversity - the World Wide Web in Australia, eds R. Debreceny & A. Ellis (Norsearch/Southern Cross University) pp 83-86
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