"TJA is really looking great — absolute centrality in Australian debates and scholarship around telecoms, the Internet, and digital media."
– Gerard Goggin, Professor of Media and Communication , University of Sydney: 31 May 2012
The Telecommunications Journal of Australia (TJA) is the official quarterly journal of the ACS Telecommunications Society of Australia (TSA), a Special Interest Group within the Australian Computer Society, dedicated to supporting a well-informed telecommunications industry supported by Australian innovation. The history of the TSA, born in 1874, can be found here.
TJA has pedigree! For its first 72 years, it was published in print form every year, commencing in June 1935. From December 2007 to December 2010 it was published online by Monash University Press. Commencing in February 2011, TJA is now published by Swinburne Online Journals, a service of the Information Resources Group of Swinburne University of Technology.
Please see the Subscriptions Page for information on obtaining a subscription for 2013.
Current issue: Vol 63, No 1 (February 2013)
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Call for Papers
Call for papers: the 2013 Christopher Newell Prize competition
|Thanks to sponsorship by Telstra, TJA will again be running the annual Christopher Newell Prize competition in 2013.
$15 000 will be made available in prizes awarded for the best, original papers offered for publication by TJA that demonstrate the tangible benefits that an innovative use of communications technologies and/or digital inclusion programs can deliver for people with disability. The competition is worldwide, and the deadline for entries will be 1 February 2013 (note the new date). The competition rules can be found here.
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