FEATURED ARTICLE

Learning Space Design: Gallery of Australian Schools

The financial cost of designing new learning spaces means that it is crucial for schools to get it right the first time around. A tested and optimised process for planning, implementing and measuring the outcomes of new learning spaces is crucial, not only to justify the cost, but to ensure that schools remain agile to … Continue reading Learning Space Design: Gallery of Australian Schools

FEATURED ARTICLE

Enhancing Public Sector Customer Service - Download the ebook!

Growth in digital innovations has created a range of opportunities for enhanced customer service delivery. However, government agencies continue to grapple with effectively managing customer service channels while continuing to gather and analyse meaningful customer data. In addition, as the front facing component of the public sector evolves, it is important to bring internal stakeholders … Continue reading Enhancing Public Sector Customer Service – Download the ebook!

FEATURED ARTICLE

Claremont College: Differentiation in a Co-Teaching Model

Claremont College is a thriving co-educational primary school, renowned across Sydney as a school that achieves excellence in all aspects of its operation. Claremont College is an inclusive school where students with a wide range of abilities and special needs are catered for through a fully integrated approach to learning within a co-teaching model. Claremont … Continue reading Claremont College: Differentiation in a Co-Teaching Model

FEATURED ARTICLE

Data.gov.au to become a 'world-leading example of public open data'

The data.gov.au platform is set to become a “world-leading example of public open data infrastructure” under new plans by the Data Infrastructure Engagement (DIGE) team and Data61 (CSIRO’s digital research network). Data61 was tasked with employing “data analytics to connect disparate government datasets and publicly release them on open data platforms” as part of the … Continue reading Data.gov.au to become a ‘world-leading example of public open data’

FEATURED ARTICLE

Linking space & pedagogy to 21st century skills & demands

“For too long, schools have been places young people go to watch their teachers work.” Teachers make generations of difference – impacting the children we teach today, their children and their children. Having a great education creates great opportunity, and opportunities for future generations. The environment where that learning takes place is vital. If our … Continue reading Linking space & pedagogy to 21st century skills & demands

19
Apr 18

Meet the Speakers: The Hayley Grey Edition

Session Outline: University ITS Strategy & Challenges conference One of the greatest challenges for any digital transformation journey (or any journey at all for that matter) is getting the buy in to bring the people along for the ride. At a glance, Universities are almost nightmarishly complicated in terms of the number of moving parts, … Continue reading Meet the Speakers: The Hayley Grey Edition

19
Apr 18

Understanding your customer at a practical level

Author:Drew McCoy

Understanding your customer is one of the key drivers at this years University IT Service Strategy & Challenges conference. Let’s unpack what that means, and how we intend to address it! Experience. Be it of the customer, user or student variety. They’re more than just buzzwords, they reflect a core focus of higher education institutions … Continue reading Understanding your customer at a practical level

18
Apr 18

Improving Patient Flow with Coordination Access Hubs

In order for hospitals to fight against the daily pressures of overcrowding, bed blocks, shrinking budgets and reducing resources, hospitals need to think innovatively by leveraging technology and working collaboratively to deliver quality patient-focused care. With an increasingly ageing population and complex conditions on the rise, it can be easy for hospitals to look at … Continue reading Improving Patient Flow with Coordination Access Hubs

17
Apr 18

Implement TPA’S to improve teaching skills

2018 is the year of change at Faculty’s of Education across Australia, as staff are busy implementing evidence based standards across their faculty to assess the readiness of their graduate teachers The most challenging aspect for University’s are the Teacher Performance Assessment (TPA’s). This is essentially a more formalised metric systems that rates a graduate … Continue reading Implement TPA’S to improve teaching skills

16
Apr 18

New planning code for the missing middle

The NSW government this week released a new draft code for low-rise medium-density housing in an effort to curb Sydney’s crippling housing affordability problems. The code will allow for one and two-storey dual occupancies, while also introducing manor housing and terrace dwellings as new terms meeting the definition of “medium density”. The new system will … Continue reading New planning code for the missing middle

05
Apr 18

Unpacking The Challenges of Specialist Disability Accommodation

Author:Drew McCoy

A look at some of the key issues surrounding Specialist Disability Accommodation, ahead of the upcoming Shaping the Future of Disability Housing national conference. For those involved in the disability sector from both a private or professional perspective, the principles underpinning Specialist Disability Accommodation offer a potential light in the dark. Indeed there is the … Continue reading Unpacking The Challenges of Specialist Disability Accommodation

22
Mar 18

Road engineering techniques to become a sustainable living city

In this short article Peter Levett of the City of Salisbury details the modern engineering techniques that his team and council are investigating and implementing as the work towards creating a sustainable living city. A sustainable city doesn’t just mean recycling or reusing waste materials, instead it means investigating and adopting best practice and innovation. … Continue reading Road engineering techniques to become a sustainable living city

09
Mar 18

Integrating missing middle housing – are communities ready?

The huge population growth in and around Australia’s major cities is common knowledge, along with an understanding of the benefits of creating cities where people live and work in close proximity. As a solution to housing supply, high density apartments are not broadly the right solution for Australians. They are expensive and often just too … Continue reading Integrating missing middle housing – are communities ready?