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The 2009 Garma Festival Key Forum focussed on the creative industries and how they interface with Indigenous Australians. Robyn Archer, singer, writer, artistic director, and arts advocate, gave the opening address to the session Indigenous creative industries: across the spectrum.
Abstract: The generalized use of Communication Networks and Information Technologies is nowadays a global phenomenon. It has multiple impacts on how to teach/learn and on the contexts in which this process takes place (the Learning Environments). These areas include Physical Learning places, Virtual Learning...
This paper on the ERA (Excellence in Research for Australia) evaluation program was presented at the National Academies Forum workshop on Excellence in research evaluation: impacts on scholarship, research funding and publications, on 9 September 2009. In it Stuart Macintyre, president of the Academy of...
Addressing graduating students of the Australian School of Business, University of NSW, Ian Darling looks at the role that corporate Australia and individual donors from the business community play in keeping the doors open for many Arts companies in this country.