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Migrants need support to learn English

Wednesday 6 Jul 2016

CSU research indicates that poor oral English skills and barriers to acquiring English language proficiency may profoundly disadvantage humanitarian migrants' ability to settle.

Harnessing virtual technology to teach health students

Wednesday 6 Jul 2016

CSU is tapping into virtual technology to give allied health students a unique learning experience.

Research boost for early childhood education and care

Friday 24 Jun 2016

A CSU academic has been awarded a research fellowship with a leading national organisation to improve high quality early childhood education and care for all children.

New senior appointment to CSU’s RIPPLE

Wednesday 22 Jun 2016

CSU has announced the appointment of a national leader and senior executive from the not-for-profit sector to one of its six research centres.

Federal election Facebook debate a watershed

Tuesday 21 Jun 2016

The trust that we place in our social media networks might just be the difference between winning and losing an election, according to a CSU academic.

Indigenous cultural immersion enhances graduates

Thursday 16 Jun 2016

Fish traps, smoking ceremonies and artefacts featured in a three-day cultural immersion excursion in north-western NSW for students at CSU.

Focus on internet access and ICT entrepreneurship

Thursday 12 May 2016

The world-changing rise of information and communication technologies creates challenges but opens new employment opportunities and career paths, say academics at CSU.

How important is handwriting in the digital age?

Monday 2 May 2016

New research at CSU will examine the importance of teaching handwriting and computer keyboard skills to Australian primary school children.

Breaking through the concrete ceiling

Monday 2 May 2016

The new engineering course at CSU is aiming to change the face of the profession in Australia by seeking more balanced perspectives.

Learning analytics challenged

Wednesday 27 Apr 2016

Academics at CSU have questioned whether the data collection systems used by schools and universities to improve education outcomes are actually beneficial.

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