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The University of New England was the first Australian university established outside a capital city. With a history extending back to the 1920s, UNE has a well-earned reputation as one of Australia’s great teaching, training and research universities.

Its graduates consistently rate their experience at UNE highly, a reflection of the University’s commitment to student support. More than 75,000 people now hold UNE qualifications, with many in senior positions in Australia and overseas. UNE has built up its academic profile to the point where it now has more than 500 PhD candidates, an important sign of the University’s academic vigour and rigour.

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Merombak online learning yang “kikuk” butuh kolaborasi antara guru, siswa, dan ahli teknologi

Pengalaman online learning seorang pelajar bisa sangat "kikuk" dan berbeda dengan dunia media sosial. Hanya mencontoh gaya kelas jaman dulu ke bentuk digital tidak cukup. Perlu suatu perombakan total.
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In a world of digital bystanders the challenge is for all of us to design engaging online education

A learner’s digital education experience can be very different from the seamless user-friendly world of the social internet. Replicating the old classes online isn't good enough. A rethink is needed.
Incoming Australian Greens Senator Senator Lidia Thorpe lifts one fist and carries a message stick, during a swearing-in ceremony at Parliament House, Canberra. AAP/Lukas Coch

What are message sticks? Senator Lidia Thorpe continues a long and powerful diplomatic tradition

Pre-Invasion, message sticks were sent between distant communities to maintain diplomatic relations. They demanded acknowledgement and mutual respect.
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The Morrison government wants to suck CO₂ out of the atmosphere. Here are 7 ways to do it

Energy Minister Angus Taylor is this week expected to release the government's first Low Emissions Technology Statement. It's likely to include ways to remove CO₂ from the air – but do they work?
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How a stone wedged in a gum tree shows the resilience of Aboriginal culture in Australia

An Aboriginal tree on Wiradjuri Country is much younger than anybody thought.

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