Poetry and Poetics Centre
Vulnerability and the Media
School of Communication, International Studies and Languages Student Gateway
Foundations Studies Program Team CoP
ANTEP - requested by Ben Kehrwald for the School of ED OED project
Design and Technology Example Site (a work in progress)
Requested Corey Durward for the Online Educational Design project
Requested by Ben Kehrwald for OED project in School of Education
Activities and Academic Literacies
Requested by Ben Kehrwald and Corey Durward for the Online EDucational Design project
Information for students studying the MMEU courses for the Language and Literacy Education Specialisation
This website documents the progress of the UniSA teaching and learning grant funded project: The expectations and experiences ofAfrican students in the School of Psychology, Social Work and Social Policy at the University of South Australia.
This clinical training initiative is supported by funding from the Australian Government under the Increased Clinical Training Capacity (ICTC) Program
First 6 Weeks in the Division of Health Sciences
Parenting in NICU-OT Focus Group
Postgraduate physiotherapy resources
HLS Health and Fitness Centre
For members of the Health Science Education Research Group
Nursing and Midwifery Student Leadership Group
UniSA and ACU IBL Development
Welcome to the Master of Dietetics Program Website.
The aim of this site is to include material and links that would be useful to students ( and staff) throughout the program. This site is very much in its developmental phase and we encourage your suggestions to the type of material that you would find useful to be included.
What will be included on the webiste?
Physiotherapy Clinical Educator Resources
Medical Radiation Placement Page
Being a Clinical Educator
Medical Radiation Industry Partner Information
Coordinating academic development for tutoring staff in the Division of ITEE
First 6 Weeks in the ITEE Division
CIS Project IMP
CIS Project Management
CIS Project Applications
CIS Project Proposals
CIS Student Conference 2010
EEET 3031 Practical Industrial Experience Reports is a course weighted at zero (0) units, but is required as a prerequisite for graduation for any engineering degree in the IT Option of engineering at University of South Australia.
Full procedures and documentation for this course are described in this Course Page.
The two attached documents (library e-reserve) are useful for your understanding of the concept of reflective professional practice, and learning to benefit from experience gained:
This site is to support the MATLAB program
Learning resources for students undertaking their industrial training
PUTS (Developed by the School of Natural and Built Environments)
Resources for Spatial Analysis and Modelling
Postgraduate Statistics Resources
Resources for Transport, Land Use and Environment
Engineering Drawing with SolidWorks
Engineering and Environmental Geology Lecture Materials and Resources
Water Chemistry Resources
Haematology Cell Identification Training Exercise
This is a resource web site for Introduction to Water Engineering at the University of South Australia
Engaging Engineering Learners Online (EELO)
Engineering Materials Lecture Materials and Resources
About this workshop
This workshop is flexible and can be tailored to individual or specific cohort's needs. It is facilitated (either face-to-face, online or blended) and your work will be assessed. A certificate of completion is available following completion of the required assessment activities.
Resources for Engineering Mathematics and Modelling
Engineering Design and Innovation Lecture Materials and Resources
Sustainable Engineering Practice Lecture Materials and Resources
Electrical and Energy Systems Lecture Materials and Resources
OUA Engineering @ UniSA: Student Support
A place to host converted VCS recordings
An overview of the Staff Portal enhancements that complement the Corporate Web Redevelopment Project.
Rural Reconnect Program
UniSA College- English language evaluation tool
This program is delivered by UniSA College.The UniSA Foundation Studies program is a one-year program when undertaken full-time. It is an excellent pathway for people who wish to study at undergraduate degree level but who do not have the usual qualifications required for entry. UniSA Foundation Studies also develops the skills needed for successful tertiary study (organisation, academic reading and writing, information literacy, information technology, communication and group skills) and introduces students to study that will be relevant to their chosen future discipline.
GQ mapping and e-Portfolio application
HLTH1305: Health Professional Practice (Chris's Demo Site)
Fran White's Sandpit
Professional Certificate in Academic Practice - Information
To advise research degree students of the learning options available to them during their research degree via on campus and online workshops and resources.
Connecting Students is a catalyst for the undergraduate Medical, Allied Health and Nursing students of the ANU and UniSA to develop awareness of the platform of knowledge, skills and experience necessary to nurture their growth as effectively communicating and actively participating collaborative health professionals.