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ACT Department of Education and Training Annual Report 2009-2010
Welcome to the Department of Education and Training’s Annual Report for the financial year 2009-10. Initiatives in relation to online accessibility are being trialled. To reach a wider audience, three versions of the report are available on the web. To select the version you wish to access click on the Table of Contents and Downloads link below.
Portable Document Format (PDF) versionThe original print version is available as a PDF. PDF is a technology developed by Adobe Systems. It allows print documents, such as this report, to be compressed into electronic files directly from the original documents. These files can then be viewed using Acrobat Reader, available free for download on the Adobe website. This version can be printed and transported easily.
HyperText Markup Language (HTML) versionThe HTML version is considered the most user friendly, its format generally minimising download time. The HTML version uses the web browser to display web pages. Many documents referenced in the report are hyperlinked for the reader’s convenience. One drawback is that scanned material (such as the Financial Report) is inserted as images and cannot be viewed in this version. Images are still accessible through the PDF version.
Rich Text Format (RTF) versionRTF is readable across many programs and platforms, and all major word processing programs can read RTF. In addition, desktop database applications, e-mail clients, and operating systems (such as Unix, Macintosh, and Windows) can read RTF files. This version can be useful for downloading and accessing offline. It can also be transferred to non-Web devices such as mobile phones.
DisclaimerThe compatible application(s) listed above are examples only. The ACT Department of Education and Training does not endorse any particular software developer or specific application.
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Please note Annual Reports produced prior to 2012 may include links to content that may have moved as it may no longer be current.