Student operating telephone switchboard in model office at the Commerce School, 1950s.
Junior student operating cinema projector, 1963.
Swinburne Film and Television student operating a Shibaden Model FP-100 television camera. Photograph originally appeared in the 1972 Swinburne Faculty of Arts handbook.
Production Engineering measuring vibrations of milling operation, 1970s.
Graphic Design students and art lecturers at Wattle Park to evaluate the photographic and illustrative potential of different shapes in flight.
In the foreground, from left, Art lecturers Brian Martin and David Williams. Pictured with graphic design students at Wattle Park to evaluate the photographic and illustrative potential of different shapes in flight. Photograph originally appeared in the 'Swinburne Newsletter', 23 October 1975.
Language laboratory - main control panel and operator, recording device, circa 1950s.
Student Project Showcase 2013 showcases the most innovative of Swinburne’s final year projects. Students collaborate with industry, researchers and their peers to come up with new designs and solutions for everyday challenges and problems. Ranging from brain-controlled robots to technological advances that will revolutionise the medical industry, this video shows what can be achieved by Swinburne students.
Student typing from tape recorded instructions and another student operating duplicator, 1950s.
John discusses university culture; what a tutor and a lecturer are; staff hierarchy; services such as the Library, learning and academic skills centre, the centre for career development, disability and equity unit, Swinburne counselling unit and studentHQ.