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ECU City Campus

Edith Cowan University to develop Perth's first comprehensive city campus

ECU will vacate its Mount Lawley campus, relocating its law, business and technology divisions to the CBD, along with its hallmark arts school, the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA).

 Schools are asking students to bring digital devices to class, but are they actually being used?

Dr Lyn Vernon – ABC Life

What switching my smart phone for this ancient flip phone taught me. Read more

Professor Mindy Blaise

How might education be reimagined around the future survival of the planet?

A new UNESCO Futures of Education background paper by the Common Worlds Research Collective has produced seven visionary declarations on what education could look like in 2050 and beyond in response to the existential threats that our planet faces.

Seminar Series

Developing Youth Leadership for Sustainable Food Futures

The School of Education is delighted to invite you to this professional learning seminar where a multi-disciplinary
ECU Research team.

Seminar Series

Materials and Technologies: practical ideas for the Classroom

The School of Education is delighted to invite you to a free professional learning opportunity at the South West campus aimed at offering further practical ideas for Materials and Technologies projects.

Latest university news

Trust trumps technology in flexible work future

Many companies are tackling this issue with myriad new digital surveillance technologies, but a team of remote working experts from Edith Cowan University’s School of Business and Law have found one method is the most effective of all.

Hands off the poison – WA mice don’t need it

Good news for Western Australian wildlife with a recent study suggesting that mice numbers could be controlled with much smaller doses of poison.

ECU graduation Sister Act

Two sisters had double the reason to celebrate when they joined more than 1,300 graduates at ECU's graduation ceremonies recently.

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