Screens dominate Australians' news sources
UC research finds Australians are likely to be accessing news via screen-based technology; television, online or social mediaRead more about this slide
Millions tune in to UC researcher’s music video
More than 15 million watch TED-Ed video on music education changing the way we thinkRead more about this slide
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Digital solutions that show the true depth of cultural collections with associate professor Mitchell Whitelaw.
The University of Canberra's 2015 Regional Wellbeing Survey shows most Australians are happy in their regional communities, but access to internet and fresh food is a concern
A University of Canberra report into Australians' media consumption has found people are more likely to access news via television, online or social media as their main news source
Upcoming Research Events
Researcher Networking Night hosted by UCReD (Researcher Development) and the Early Career Academic Program (though you don’t have to be one to attend). Our speaker for the evening will... Event details Researcher Networking Night
Professor Frances Shannon, Acting Vice-Chancellor will host a morning tea to celebrate NAIDOC Week. There are many activities taking place at UC to celebrate NAIDOC week so get involved... Event details NAIDOC Week Morning Tea