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Subject Proposal: Biomedical Ethics

ELENA BALCAITE, ROSALIND MCDOUGALL & Samintha Perera
Biomedical Ethics is a proposed 3rd year subject in the Bachelor of Biomedicine. This Pecha Kucha outlines the key components of this subject, inclusing Intended Learning Outcomes, learning theories and frameorks that inform the key pillars of the subject design and the proposed Ecology of Resources.

Subject Proposal: Biomedical Ethics

ELENA BALCAITE, ROSALIND MCDOUGALL & Samintha Perera
Biomedical Ethics is a proposed 3rd year subject in the Bachelor of Biomedicine. This Pecha Kucha outlines the key components of this subject, inclusing Intended Learning Outcomes, learning theories and frameorks that inform the key pillars of the subject design and the proposed Ecology of Resources.

The Mernda VR Project: Blender and 3D Vista files

Thomas Keep
The Blender and 3D Vista files used to create the Mernda VR Project

Mernda VR Project: Blender and 3D Vista files

Thomas Keep
The Blender and 3D Vista files used to create the Mernda VR Project

The Higher Education Teaching Research Nexus Episode#5: Learning by Doing – practice-led research and pedagogy

ELLIOTT GYGER, Thomas Cochrane, Christopher Deneen, GARY CAZALET, CHANTAL MORTON & KATE TREGLOAN
“Learning by Doing – practice-led research and pedagogy” Discussion led by A/Prof Elliott Gyger, Faculty of Fine Arts and Music from a performing and creative arts practice background and how it applies in other fields. Prompts: 1. There is a dichotomy in many aspects of tertiary teaching between imparting disciplinary knowledge and skills, and fostering individual research inquiry. These two complementary tasks may sometimes be attempted within one subject or course, but are often separated...

Blender for Bioscientists - A PechaKucha presentation

JAIRUS BOWNE
A PechaKucha presenting a draft proposal for the implementation of a blended learning subject that uses Blender, a software suite for 3D modelling and video production, to allow students to create models to describe their own work in a format new to them.

The Higher Education Teaching Research Nexus Episode#5: Learning by Doing – practice-led research and pedagogy

ELLIOTT GYGER, Thomas Cochrane, Christopher Deneen, GARY CAZALET, CHANTAL MORTON, KATE TREGLOAN & GAVIN BUSKES
“Learning by Doing – practice-led research and pedagogy” Discussion led by A/Prof Elliott Gyger, Faculty of Fine Arts and Music from a performing and creative arts practice background and how it applies in other fields. Prompts: 1. There is a dichotomy in many aspects of tertiary teaching between imparting disciplinary knowledge and skills, and fostering individual research inquiry. These two complementary tasks may sometimes be attempted within one subject or course, but are often separated...

Powerpoint presentation slides of `Contribution of International House to Urban Multiculturism and Gender Acceptance in Parkville.'

YEE KEE KU
Powerpoint presentation slides of `Contribution of International House to Urban Multiculturism and Gender Acceptance in Parkville.' Presented on 4th Nov 2022 @ ACAHUCH Symposium: Parklife 2022. https://acahuch.msd.unimelb.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0005/4360712/2022_ACAHUCH_SYMPOSIUM_BOOKLET_WEB-OPTI.pdf

#ASCILITEMLSIG Webinar: GPT3 + AI: What is the human value in light of AI developments?

Neil Cowie, Tom Worthington, Michael Cowling, Christopher Deneen, Vickel Narayan & Thomas Cochrane
28 October @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am AEDT Presented by The ASCILITE Mobile Learning SIG In this presentation, the ASCILITE Mobile Learning Special Interest Group members explore the implications of Artificial Intelligence for higher education. The panel demoed some of the current possibilities with AI generators for Art, Text, Video and Assessment. This was followed by a discussion of the state of the art of AI and implications for teaching and learning. https://ascilite.org/events/ascilitemlsig-webinar-gpt3-ai-what-is-the-human-value-in-light-of-ai-developments/

Contribution of International House to Urban Multiculturism and Gender Acceptance in Parkville.

YEE KEE KU
Powerpoint presentation slides of `Contribution of International House to Urban Multiculturism and Gender Acceptance in Parkville.' Presented on 4th Nov 2022 @ ACAHUCH Symposium: Parklife 2022. https://acahuch.msd.unimelb.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0005/4360712/2022_ACAHUCH_SYMPOSIUM_BOOKLET_WEB-OPTI.pdf

Biosecurity Risk Research Portal to inform decision-making

Leslie Kneebone
Presents progress towards CEBRA 21E project Biosecurity Risk Research Portal to inform decision-making. Discusses building a biosecuriy research corpus; a survey to elicit key questions about biosecurity; vocabularies and ontologies; use of artifical intelligence approaches to extract concepts from biosecurity research; and a model for semantic middleware which can be used to develop analytical tools. Presented at the Society for Risk Analysis, 27 October 2022 at the University of Melbourne.

Radical Pragmatism: can we achieve equity in child health and development in a generation?

SHARON GOLDFELD
Our project entitled "Changing Children's Chances (CCC)" aims to describe the extent and patterning of inequities in children’s health and development, and to understand policy opportunities for reducing inequities in children’s mental health, physical health and academic achievement. This presentation is a brief summary of our findings so far and where to next.

AlvAnimation.mp4

Alex Reimelt, Dragos M. Vasilescu, Richard Beare, Jonas Labode, Lars Knudsen & Roman Grothausmann
Short animation of a rotating 3D alveolar model. It depicts the alveolar surface. Flat areas of the surface are colored arbitrarily, curved regions are colored in grey.

the spaces in-between: a part of the conversation (Virtual A/r/t Exhibition)

NEDASADAT SAJADI
This artwork belongs to the funded doctoral research project, titled: How Can We Teach/Learn Emotion Words and Complex Abstract Meanings? – A Relational A/r/tographic Conversation In-between Images and Words. Nedasadat Sajadi The University of Melbourne Melbourne Graduate School of Education
The shared files include a recorded walkthrough of this research’s virtual a/r/t exhibition (in two formats) along with the exhibition floor plan with details and descriptions of the exhibited artworks. This exhibition is created...

the spaces in-between: a part of the conversation (Virtual A/r/t Exhibition)

NEDASADAT SAJADI
This artwork belongs to the funded doctoral research project, titled: How Can We Teach/Learn Emotion Words and Complex Abstract Meanings? – A Relational A/r/tographic Conversation In-between Images and Words. Nedasadat Sajadi The University of Melbourne Melbourne Graduate School of Education
The shared files include a recorded walkthrough of this research’s virtual a/r/t exhibition (in two formats) along with the exhibition floor plan with details and descriptions of the exhibited artworks. This exhibition is created...

Blender for Bioscientists - A PechaKucha presentation

JAIRUS BOWNE
A PechaKucha presenting a draft proposal for the implementation of a blended learning subject that uses Blender, a software suite for 3D modelling and video production, to allow students to create models to describe their own work in a format new to them.

Subject Proposal: Biomedical Ethics

ELENA BALCAITE, ROSALIND MCDOUGALL & Samintha Perera
Biomedical Ethics is a proposed 3rd year subject in the Bachelor of Biomedicine. This Pecha Kucha outlines the key components of this subject, inclusing Intended Learning Outcomes, learning theories and frameorks that inform the key pillars of the subject design and the proposed Ecology of Resources.

Subject Proposal: Biomedical Ethics

ELENA BALCAITE, ROSALIND MCDOUGALL & Samintha Perera
Biomedical Ethics is a proposed 3rd year subject in the Bachelor of Biomedicine. This Pecha Kucha outlines the key components of this subject, including Intended Learning Outcomes, learning theories and frameworks that inform the key pillars of the subject design and the proposed Ecology of Resources.

Subject Proposal: Biomedical Ethics

ELENA BALCAITE, ROSALIND MCDOUGALL & Samintha Perera
Biomedical Ethics is a proposed 3rd year subject in the Bachelor of Biomedicine. This Pecha Kucha outlines the key components of this subject, including Intended Learning Outcomes, learning theories and frameworks that inform the key pillars of the subject design and the proposed Ecology of Resources.

The Mernda VR Project: Blender and 3D Vista files

Thomas Keep
The Blender and 3D Vista files used to create the Mernda VR Project

Subject Proposal: Biomedical Ethics

ELENA BALCAITE, ROSALIND MCDOUGALL & Samintha Perera
Biomedical Ethics is a proposed 3rd year subject in the Bachelor of Biomedicine. This Pecha Kucha outlines the key components of this subject, including Intended Learning Outcomes, learning theories and frameworks that inform the key pillars of the subject design and the proposed Ecology of Resources.

AERATE Study Applying Belt in Bag

DAVID TINGAY & Ellen Douglas
Video of SIM showing how to apply the EIT belt when using thermal bag during resucitation.

AERATE Study Applying Belt in Bag

DAVID TINGAY & Ellen Douglas
Video of SIM showing how to apply the EIT belt when using thermal bag during resucitation.

Figshare Fest 2022 - Presentations

Team Figshare, Mark Hahnel, Adam Rivett, Lucie Goudie, Veronica Ghee, Andrew Harrison, Christopher Blumzon, Ailie Smith, KATHRYN COLEMAN, DOUGLAS BOYLE, Katie Boncza Ozdowska, Sarah Barkla & Keith Russell
These are the presentation slides from Figshare Fest 2022 ANZ. It was held at Melbourne Connect on 12 October 2022.
The Agenda for Figshare Fest was as follows:

10-10:05am: Acknowledgement of Country, welcome to event, Eleanor Colla 10:05-10:10am: Welcome from Digital Science, Beth Sarabia 10:10-11:10am: Introduction and State of Open Data 2022, Mark Hahnel, Figshare 11.10-11.20: RMIT and Figshare: Early steps and where to next, Adam Rivett, RMIT 11:20-11.30: Figshare 12 months...

Figshare Fest 2022 - Presentations

Team Figshare, Mark Hahnel, Adam Rivett, Lucie Goudie, Veronica Ghee, Andrew Harrison, Christopher Blumzon, Ailie Smith, KATHRYN COLEMAN, DOUGLAS BOYLE, Katie Boncza Ozdowska, Sarah Barkla & Keith Russell
These are the presentation slides from Figshare Fest 2022 ANZ. It was held at Melbourne Connect on 12 October 2022.
The Agenda for Figshare Fest was as follows:

10-10:05am: Acknowledgement of Country, welcome to event, Eleanor Colla 10:05-10:10am: Welcome from Digital Science, Beth Sarabia 10:10-11:10am: Introduction and State of Open Data 2022, Mark Hahnel, Figshare 11.10-11.20: RMIT and Figshare: Early steps and where to next, Adam Rivett, RMIT 11:20-11.30: Figshare 12 months...

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