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Getting an education in St. Augustine

I never felt overly inspired at the university I studied at. I chose Curtin University (in my hometown of Perth, Western Australia) because it had the best journalism course. 259 more words

A Simple Comment to a Video...

or Why You Don’t Ask An Internet Communications Student For A Comment On A Video Off YouTube, Because You Might Just Get What You Asked For (but that was too long for a title on my blog, so you get the simplified version). 1,335 more words

Rant

Paramodel - Chaos meets Zen at the John Curtin Gallery!

I had the good fortune to be out at Curtin University for a meeting today and whilst there was reminded of a current exhibition that is now showing until the 17th of April at the John Curtin Gallery so thought I would head in and take a look!  693 more words

Random Musings

Week 4 - Digital Divide Infograph

The infographic pictured above, is about the Digital Divide in today’s society. It shows what the digital divide entails, and also how everyone will be affected, and who more so then others. 227 more words

Edc101

Higher Grounds (Coffee Cart), Curtin University Bentley

Coffee and studying go hand in hand, so it’s great to see a truly great coffee being offered to the lucky students at Curtin University. 490 more words

Food

Introduction

Hi guys, my name is Aaron Annese and this blog will be a record of my Studies at Curtin University on the topic of Teaching in a Digital World (EDC101). 119 more words

Aaron Annese

Common Ground, Curtin University Bentley

Back in early 2013 I was raving about the Common Ground, but one year later I’m not so sure. When The Common Ground first opened its doors after taking over from Scholars it was a high quality, lecturer targeting cafe at Curtin University that was a great change from the other cafes that were targeting students. 237 more words

Food