Learn how to build and deploy projects in REDCap (REsearch Data CAPture), one of Griffith's supported research survey tools. See how REDCap compares with LimeSurvey, Griffith's other supported survey solution.
This workshop is the second of five workshops organised as part of the "Supporting Student-Mothers: A Work-Life Program". We invite student-mothers and mothers-to-be, as well as anyone who has interest in this topic to attend this online workshop.
The recommendations covered in this session will illustrate how Indigenist research spaces can be developed with the potential to transform not only Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students' lives and careers, but research and knowledge creation across the tertiary education sector.
Engaging the Twitter platform, Dr Matt Barton & Dr Mike Todorovic provide an overview to academics and support staff with a beginner's guide on "How to Use' Twitter and demonstrate the benefits of cultivating "digital scholarship". From content creation to research promotion, academics and support staff can leverage the functionality of this platform to increase reach and visibility.
Co-Design Lab provides you an opportunity to co-create your experience at Griffith.
It is a place where you speak, and we listen. The Co-Design Lab team will work with you to understand problems and opportunities, and build ideas and concepts using human-centered design mindsets and methods.
The Griffith Climate Action Beacon and Gecko Environment Council invites you to join us in a discussion on the latest IPCC report and what it means for the Gold Coast Community. This session will summarise the IPCC report findings relevant to Australia and the Pacific region, and translating these impacts to the Gold Coast context. Invited community groups will then present their local climate action initiatives and pose questions about the IPCC report. A general Q&A will follow.