Organisation

University of South Australia

Acronym
UniSA
Description

The University of South Australia (UniSA) is a globally-focused, locally-engaged institution established on the dual principles of equity and excellence with more than 33,000 students and is a founding member of the Australian Technology Network of universities.  In 2015 UniSA became a major partner with APO.  UniSA, through the Division of Education, Arts and Social Sciences and the UniSA Business School, has supported the following seven collections on APO:

Recently added resources

Report

A report prepared for Financial Literacy Australia
5 Mar 2019
345

This report outlines the findings from a research project, funded by Financial Literacy Australia, exploring the gap between the demands on people aged over 65 to make financial decisions and their actual financial capability.

Chapter

8 Nov 2018
54

Curriculum and pedagogical practices for improved educational outcomes, justice and inclusion in physical education are central to this chapter.

Report

1 Nov 2018
101

In contrast with the ‘technical and specialist skills’ associated with STEM, contributions from graduates of the HASS sector are poorly understood. This report makes the case for a clearer articulation of the value of HASS in the context of Australia’s future workforce.

Report

9 Oct 2018
163

The Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission has released the fifth report of the National Wastewater Drug Monitoring Program. In addition to reporting on national drug consumption, this report includes updated SCORE data which provides international consumption comparisons for a number of drugs monitored by the program....

Report

ARC Linkage Project: LP150100160: Local Government and Housing in the 21st Century
8 Oct 2018
143

This survey is part of an Australian Research Council Linkage Project investigating the role of local government in housing Australians in the 21st Century. This report compares the responses of councils in Sydney (17 Sydney councils responded to the survey) to the response of councils...