Social media is a form of journalism. Within this environment, journalists are afforded an interpretative freedom for the stories they share, as well as photographic license, within ethical boundaries. Social media can also cross over into advertising, and, it is … Continue reading OPINION | Ethics and dignity in social media for aged care
Many award programs have been around for so long, they now lack the energy to make impact, especially when many have already won the recognition they needed.
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“I Have a Dream” The public speech delivered by American civil rights activist Martin Luther King Jr. during the March on Washington, D.C., for Jobs and Freedom on August 28, 1963. At the time, he called for an end to … Continue reading OPINION | Evolution takes time.
By using the same images as each other – we are effectively saying to the consumer there is no difference between any of us.
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Thank you for having me. For those I have not yet met, for your knowledge, I have worked with Ron Corso since 2010 through the UniSA Idea Generation class. We have written two papers specifically looking at the combination of creativity and … Continue reading SPEECH | Aged Care Workshop; Creatively addressing the aged care challenge
Article republished from The Conversation.Written by Bronwyn Hemsley, University of Newcastle; Abbas Kouzani, Deakin University; Russell Oliver, Deakin University; Scott Adams, Deakin University; Stuart Palmer, Deakin University, and Susan Balandin, Deakin University It’s hard to imagine food prepared in a … Continue reading How 3D food printers could improve mealtimes for people with swallowing disorders