The EdTech '88 conference has just been held in Canberra and this issue publishes the remarks made by Garth Boomer, Associate Director-General of Education (Curriculum) in South Australia, who both opened the conference and provided the summation. In raising some implications for ASET, he throws out some exciting challenges, to ensure that we as "Edtech" professionals link with other likeminded organisations and focus upon developing national policies for the use of technologies in education. Some other papers which were not included in the proceedings are also included in this issue. In addition to the papers from the conference, this issue also includes two papers from recent visitors to Australia from the United States.
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