CREATEC collaborates with the community, government and industry to provide innovative research solutions and knowledge transfer that helps solve real-world problems.
CREATEC also raises the research profile of ECU within the media, communications, technology and creative industries to local community, government and industry groups. The focus is collaborative research through seven themed research groups.
ProjectsCREATEC is currently involved in a wide range of text-based, archival and practice-led research within and across its research groups. Individuals and groups are undertaking this research, often in collaboration with other groups and partners in industry, community and government. CREATEC is actively seeking new opportunities and welcomes approaches by parties interested in developing new collaborations.
Our current research projects include;
Registrations for CREATEC’s 2013 symposium entitled 'Digital Interventions In Everyday Creativity', close 1 November 2013.
RMIT/CREATEC/ARC Centre Of Excellence For Creative Industries And Innovation are calling for presenters/performances.
CREATEC and the International Centre for Landscape and Language at Edith Cowan University will host a one-day colloquium on environmental writing.
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CREATEC continuously seeks to create new alliances with a wide range of industry, community and government groups. Past and present alliances have proven to be mutually beneficial and for the wider common good.
CREATEC currently holds alliances with the following enterprises:
- Smart Communities
Launch of Associate Professor Rod Giblett's new book: Traces of an active and contemplative life: 1983-2013
Event: Wedensday, 18 December
Mr Russell Thom will present 'Applying Design Thinking methodologies to address barriers for people with disabilities in competency based training in Australia' at the next CREATEC Lunchtime Seminar Series.
Event: Wednesday, 18 November
Students form SCA will present their thesis proposals at the CREATEC Lunchtime Seminar Series.
Event: Monday, 28 October