Organisation

Swinburne University of Technology

Description

Swinburne University of Technology is an Australian public university based in Victoria, Australia with three campuses Melbourne and a campus in Sarawak, Malaysia. Swinburne is a world-ranked university leading the way in innovation, industry engagement and social inclusion. Swinburne's education, high-quality research and industry partnerships create positive change for students, staff and the community.  

APO was established at Swinburne's Institute for Social Research in 2002 and Swinburne continues to host APO at the Howthorn campus. As a major partner, Swinburne has supported the following collections on APO: 

Recently added resources

Report

16 May 2019
260

Industry 4.0 is rapidly changing Australia’s manufacturing industry. This research, undertaken by PwC, on behalf of Swinburne University, Siemens and the Australian Manufacturing Workers’ Union (AMWU), identifies the ways in which businesses and workforces must adapt to these changes.

Article

1 Mar 2019
21

Australian Screen Production Education and Research Association is working towards better recognition of the myriad practices occurring in teaching and research by screen production academics nationally and aims to work more closely with policy makers to better support screen production inputs and outputs in the...

Commentary

13 Feb 2019
17

James Murphy examines whether life is too easy for MPs representing this well-heeled Melbourne electorate.

Article

9 Nov 2018
26

When Mike Cannon-Brookes, co-founder of Australia’s most successful tech company, Atlassian, talks about Australia’s potential in tech innovation, he compares it to our film industry. We won’t beat Silicon Valley, the billionaire says, but just as our filmmakers, actors and cinematographers are among the best...

Report

8 Nov 2018
512

The Australian Psychological Society (APS) and Swinburne University of Technology have undertaken the most comprehensive measure of loneliness yet completed in Australia. The survey of more than 1,600 Australians confirms that loneliness is strongly connected to poorer quality of life, lower psychological wellbeing, higher social...