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A showcase of openly licenced resources at Swinburne

A number of areas at Swinburne are engaging with Open Education by creating openly licenced resources. This video showcases 3 projects - the OEL Toolkit, Swinburne Commons and the Contemporary Approaches to University Teaching course.

Created by: Swinburne Commons, Swinburne Copyright Office
Year: 2018
Format: Video
Collection: Swinburne Commons (Open)
Status: Live|Last updated:19 October 2018 2:21 PM
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Karen Voice: collected works 2010-2011 - Video

'Karen Voice: collected works 2010-2011' was originally published as a CD-DVD set by the Home Lands' project. It aims to determine whether young people from refugee backgrounds would settle in Australia more successfully if they stay connected to their home communities. The project includes a series of workshops where young people from refugee backgrounds are shown how to create audio-visual material and publish it on the Internet. The Home Lands project is conducted in association with the City of Melbourne (Community Cultural Development Program), Cultural Development Network and the Centre for Multicultural Youth. The aim of the project is to investigate the ways in which information communication technologies can promote positive transnational identities among youth in Australia from refugee backgrounds. Track listing: 1. Karen TV show, 2. I see you at the beach, 3. My angel, 4. Let you go, 5. Karen youth, 6. Break free, 7. Slideshow.

Created by: LaTrobe University, Sandra Gifford
Year: 2011
Format: Video
Collection: Swinburne Commons (Open)
Status: Live|Last updated:15 October 2018 3:58 PM
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Karen Voice: collected works 2010-2011 - Audio

'Karen Voice: collected works 2010-2011' was originally published as a CD-DVD set by the Home Lands' project. It aims to determine whether young people from refugee backgrounds would settle in Australia more successfully if they stay connected to their home communities. The project includes a series of workshops where young people from refugee backgrounds are shown how to create audio-visual material and publish it on the Internet. The Home Lands project is conducted in association with the City of Melbourne (Community Cultural Development Program), Cultural Development Network and the Centre for Multicultural Youth. The aim of the project is to investigate the ways in which information communication technologies can promote positive transnational identities among youth in Australia from refugee backgrounds. Track listing: 1. I see you at the beach, 2. My angel, 3. Let you go, Karen youth, 5. Break free, 6. Acapella.

Created by: LaTrobe University, Sandra Gifford
Year: 2011
Format: Audio
Collection: Swinburne Commons (Open)
Status: Live|Last updated:15 October 2018 3:57 PM
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Canvas Walkthrough (Swinburne Professional)

Welcome to Canvas, Swinburne Professional's new Learning Management System. The Canvas interface is designed to be intuitive, providing a digital environment to prioritise tasks and share information efficiently. It will enhance communication between participants and facilitators. This video takes you through the basics of Canvas and showcases the key features that will provide you with a great Swinburne Learning experience!

Created by: Daniel Nicholls , Jay Perera
Year: 2018
Format: Video
Collection: Swinburne Commons (Open)
Status: Live|Last updated:11 October 2018 4:43 PM
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Classroom of the future (Digital Aquarium Deep Dive)

In this episode, Ellie Harris, Collaboration Education Advocate from Cisco, discusses the challenges for classrooms heading into the future, specifically within the higher education space. This video is part of Swinburne's Digital Aquarium Deep Dive series.

Created by: Ellie Harris, David Yammouni
Year: 2015
Format: Video
Collection: Swinburne Commons (Open)
Status: Live|Last updated:9 October 2018 11:10 AM
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Project Management Made Simple but Difficult (INF70005 Strategic Project Management)

In this video, Mr Edward Merrow discusses different aspects of project management.

Created by: Edward Merrow
Year: 2018
Format: Video
Collection: Swinburne Commons (Open)
Status: Live|Last updated:9 October 2018 11:09 AM
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Swinburne Autism MOOC - self-guided version

Swinburne University of Technology's free Autism MOOC takes a practical approach to the study of autism. The course is designed for parents and carers of people with autism and those who work with people with autism. This self guided version provides the resources and activities available to the original participants, without the interactive elements. This course is periodically available for non-Swinburne participants. There is no assessment or accreditation.

Created by: Emma L. Donaldson, Mick Grimley, Tim Moss
Year: 2015
Format: HTML
Collection: Swinburne Commons (Open)
Status: Live|Last updated:9 October 2018 10:55 AM
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V2 (Reconstruction of titanium surfaces via cross sectional profiling)

The video V1 and V2 showed the cross-section and surface transition of 4 different titanium surfaces, as-received commercially pure (AR) Ti grade 2 and grade 4 with corresponding ultrafine grained structured Ti surfaces modified by ECAP technique.

Created by: Elena Ivanova, NanoBiotech group
Year: 2015
Format: Video
Collection: Swinburne Commons (Open)
Status: Live|Last updated:9 October 2018 6:39 AM
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V1 (Reconstruction of titanium surfaces via cross sectional profiling)

The video V1 and V2 showed the cross-section and surface transition of 4 different titanium surfaces, as-received commercially pure (AR) Ti grade 2 and grade 4 with corresponding ultrafine grained structured Ti surfaces modified by ECAP technique.

Created by: Elena Ivanova, NanoBiotech group
Year: 2015
Format: Video
Collection: Swinburne Commons (Open)
Status: Live|Last updated:9 October 2018 6:38 AM
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Interview with Professor Marita McCabe

On 9 September 2018, Professor Marita McCabe from the Health and Ageing Research Group was interviewed by Kayley Harris on 2GB's Sunday Lifestyle program in relation to the Royal Commission into Aged Care.

Created by: Kayley Harris , Marita McCabe
Year: 2018
Format: Audio
Collection: Swinburne Commons (Open)
Status: Live|Last updated:8 October 2018 4:10 PM
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