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The developmental gap between toddlers who use educational apps on touch screen devices and those who do not is growing, ECU researchers warn.
WAAPA and the SAH, with support from the Office of Research and Innovation (ORI), jointly hosted an inter- university HASS Network event.
Join distinguished scholars, writers and civic leaders for an afternoon of enquiry and discussion.
Event: Thursday, 7 December
In November, Professor Paul Arthur and the Centre for Global Issues hosted Dr Nirmala Menon in Australia through a School of Arts and Humanities Visiting Fellow grant.
Arts and Humanities staff member Denise Pepper wins best sculpture award at the City’s Art Awards and Exhibition.
Five graduating students from Edith Cowan University’s (ECU's) Graduate Diploma of Broadcasting are off to Sydney next year to kick off their broadcasting careers.
An ECU PhD candidate wants to bring the joy of opera to an entirely new demographic: Australian children. And the secret to engaging this notoriously discerning audience could be to create an original performance just for them, rather than adapting an adult opera.
ECU's Motorsport course has been judged one of the most innovative university programs in Australia.
A research snapshot on co-working spaces in Perth shows they have doubled in the past three years and are popular with women looking to escape the often male-dominated traditional workplace.
Congratulations to the team behind our Bachelor of Technology (Motorsports)!!! The program was recognised this week at the Australian Awards for…
Congratulations to Perth Wildcats Vice-Captain Greg Hire: he'll play his 200th Basketball game this Saturday! #strongerasone #redarmy
ATTN: Prospective Regional and Rural Students!!! If you're planning on applying for a Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics (STEM)…
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