Drawing on the staff expertise of our guest facilitators, we will explore Leadership and PD with an Indigenising the Curriculum lens.
Exams are just around the corner and so is Stress Less Week! Keep calm because we have just the things for you to take a step back and relax. Free food, yoga, trivia and so much more coming your way
NOTE: Due to the situation with the Corona virus, we are now holding the Reading About Jesus event online, using Microsoft Teams. If you are interested in joining the activity delivered online, please contact the organiser, Craig Johnson.) University is a great place for reading and learning! How about putting aside some time for learning about Jesus? 'Reading about Jesus' is an opportunity to join with others and read through the Bible’s accounts of Jesus, to discuss and learn together. On Thursdays, 12:30pm to 1:30pm, via Microsoft Teams. Anyone is welcome, you may be a long-time Christian, or just someone (of other faith or no faith) who would like to read about Jesus with others.(We will also meet in 1C100 for those who would like to meet in-person, up to 9 people are allowed in the room. We are trialling a mixed-mode format, with online and in-person at the same time. If you would like to come to 1C100, please email email@example.com to confirm, to ensure the numbers are managed.)
NOTE: Due to the situation with the Corona virus, we are now holding the English Conversation Club online, using Microsoft Teams. If you are interested in joining the activity delivered online, please contact the organiser, Craig Johnson. The English Conversation Club is a free activity organized by one of the UC Chaplains – Craig Johnson. Especially for international students or visiting scholars from overseas. But anyone who wants to practice their English is welcome.
Come join us to learn more about funding opportunities (Innovation Connections grant) and the commercialisation process at UC...
2020 COPE Memorial Lecture presented by Professor Stephen Neville, Head of Department, Nursing at Auckland University of Technology. In 2019, to celebrate and honour the life of Dr Sarah Cope, the UC Faculty of Health established the Caring for Older People Excellence (COPE) Award and Annual Lecture. The Award is presented each October during the annual Lecture and recognises an undergraduate nursing student who demonstrates enthusiasm and passion for caring for older people. This year we will hear from the Inaugural COPE Award Recipient, Jess Kerrigan. Light refreshments will be available and this is a COVID-19 safe event, we do hope you can make it and we look forward to seeing you there. If you are unable to join us we will be live streaming the event, please register for a live stream ticket and we will email you the details closer to the event.
Abstract - Jenny will discuss her new book How Artifacts Afford: The Power and Politics of Everyday Things (MIT Press, 2020). Affordances are the ways design features enable and constrain user engagement and social action. This book introduces the mechanisms and conditions framework of affordances in which technologies request, demand, encourage, discourage, refuse, and allow in ways that vary across contexts and between different people. The framework shifts the question in affordance analysis from what technologies afford to how technologies afford, for whom, and under what circumstances? This talk will address the politics and power encoded in sociotechnical systems and demonstrate a simple framework for technological analysis and design.
'Is our future bright?’ As the university turns 30 years young, join host Wil Anderson and an expert panel as we look towards the future to tackle the tough questions about what makes Canberra’s future bright. Do we need to value our health care ‘frontline’ workers more? Why are the humanities so important to humanity? How can education continue to develop in an online world? How does a social conscience inform the future? And what do our students think—is their future bright? Presented by the University of Canberra and The Street Theatre
We hope you can join us as we celebrate NAIDOC Week at UC with our annual Ngunnawal lecture presented by The Hon Linda Burney MP You can also register to tune in to the livestream. Just register for a livestream ticket and we will send you the details closer to the day.
Abstract - This thesis examines the role that advertising plays in the creation and trading of the audience commodity and what impact new forms of digital advertising have had on the audience marketplace. The audience marketplace, which consists of advertisers, audiences, media and audience measurement, has been examined from a variety of theoretical and epistemological positions, yet the role advertisers play has generally been consigned to the role of the consumer of the audience product, their role in how the audience marketplace operates largely being overlooked. Using semi-structured interviews with advertising industry practitioners, this research project has revealed not only what role advertisers play in the audience marketplace but how new forms of digital advertising has changed how they operate both internally and with external stakeholders, )including media providers), how they think about audience measurement and data, and the continued importance of human practitioners in the advertising process.
Join us in celebrating the strength and success of those involved in the PACES program with Breakfast at the iconic Hyatt Hotel Canberra
You’re invited to our free personal consultation to learn more about salary packaging the Maxxia way. This is great opportunity to find out how you can maximise your tax benefits, and, ask any questions you might have. See you there! Please click below to find out more about novated leasing. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kbq0k4yrD54&t=2s Can't make it? Feel free to contact Greg directly on 0421 032 046 or firstname.lastname@example.org Bookings are not required