Follow Jessica's journey as she completes a professional placement at Melbourne Water.
To find out more about the Professional Placements program go to www.swinburne.edu.au/advantage
Swinburne University of Technology, has successfully combined its Library and studentHQ services into a single service across all campuses, located within the libraries, enabling us to be available 7 days a week until midnight.
The new model, isn’t a co-location, but a new combined service enabling Swinburne to provide students with not only a single point for all their library and student administration needs, but offer extend support hours for both services matching currently staffed library hours, offering student administration support an additional 64 hours a week at no extra cost. We’re now available 7 days a week until midnight.
With the rise of artificial intelligence and automated technologies, it’s easy to feel worried about what the future might hold for work and jobs. So how can we be ready, and can humans ever actually reach their full potential?
Dr Sean Gallagher, Director of Swinburne’s Centre for the New Workforce, tackles one of the biggest challenges facing our generation so that we can ensure we are ready for the workplaces of tomorrow.
This video will demonstrate how to download, install and use Echo360 Personal Capture software for Macintosh
Dr Daniel Eldridge from Swinburne University of Technology provides a chemistry academic's perspective of SoTL. Video created for the Contemporary Approaches to University Teaching course which provides key introductory learning and teaching concepts and strategies for those who are in their first few years of university teaching.
Dr John Debs from The Australian National University reflects on his experiences with scholarly teaching. Video created for the Contemporary Approaches to University Teaching course which provides key introductory learning and teaching concepts and strategies for those who are in their first few years of university teaching.
The My School Remembers Presentation Evening was hosted at the Hawthorn Arts Centre in March, 2018. Brenton Pettit, CEO of the My School Remembers initiative spoke about the declining rate of ANZAC memorial attendance, and innovative ways technology could be used to engage Australia’s youth in perpetuating remembrance in the future.
Guest speakers include Professor Duncan Bentley (DVC Academic), Prof Glen Bates (PVC Student Engagement) and Anthony Hill (Author).
The night included a theatrical presentation of the story of James ‘Jim’ Martin; Australia’s youngest ANZAC.
In this video, Mr Edward Merrow discusses different aspects of project management.