Course Director John Hopkins introduces the AGSE’s new course.
Meet John Hopkins, Course Director, as well as Terry Papadis, Training and Education Manager at GS1.
A webinar hosted by Swinburne for prospective international students, covering such topics as how to accept your offer to study at Swinburne, what to expect while studying in Australia, and information about the student experience
Canvas is designed to connect students with their learning materials in a way that is simple, accessible and intuitive. Canvas offers many features to engage both teachers and students through a number of ways that encourage interactivity through an online platform. Canvas is a cloud based application meaning students have 'anywhere anytime' access to their course materials and teachers can easily view, annotate, grade or discuss courseware and assessment pieces in real time. Swinburne's transition to Canvas will continue throughout 2018 in preparation for teaching all subjects using Canvas from teaching period 1 2019.
Echo360 ALP captures the lecture and associated slides and then publishes it to the Canvas or Blackboard unit automatically. Recorded lectures offer students enhanced opportunities for flexible learning in their own time. Echo360’s Active Learning Platform enables a more interactive lecture experience for students, whether they attending the live lecture or viewing the recording, through a range of interactive tools including live quizzes, confusion flagging, note taking.
A Bachelor of Laws at Swinburne opens your world to the rigorous and intellectually challenging legal profession. Our degrees place special emphasis on invention, creativity and intellectual property. Find out about the wide range of career options open to you after you graduate.
The Victorian Government wants to better understand and respond to the needs of Melbourne’s communities.
Over the next thirty-five years, Melbourne is projected to become Australia’s largest city, with its population expected to almost double. A key challenge will be ensuring our suburbs are equipped for the future.
The Metropolitan Partnerships have been established as a way for local communities to engage directly with state and local governments, and advise the Victorian Government of the top priorities for jobs, services and infrastructure across the region.
The Inner South-east #metropartnership teamed up with Swinburne Uni for an #instaworkshop event in early May. Students were asked to talk about their experience and thoughts on liveability in Melbourne, and how this might be impacted by population growth.
Mental health, inclusion, environment, cost of living and transport connectivity were among some of the matters raised. These insights are being directly heard by the Partnership, and will inform…
Light is the key piece of the Astrophysics we make today. Thanks to the analysis of the light astronomers know where stars, galaxies are, what they are made of, how they move, and more. I will give some examples of how light is captured and analysed in big telescopes such as the Anglo-Australian Telescope (AAT) of the Australian Astronomical Observatory (AAO), from imaging to spectroscopy, summarising some of its most important scientific results. But I will also talk about how amateur astronomers and citizen scientists are now capturing the light of the Universe, as they are getting astonishing views of the night sky. Deep sky images of both professional and amateur astronomers are inspiring artists and young people in science and technology around the world