UniSA Media Library https://media.unisa.edu.au/ UniSA Media Library en-us Student Portal Online Version Student Portal Online version https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/57674 Thu, 14 Jun 2018 14:07:45 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/57674 Student Portal Quick Quide Student Portal Quick Guide https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/57669 Thu, 14 Jun 2018 13:53:40 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/57669 Australia and its Security Challenges – Near and Far In determining our security interests, Australia has long been torn between the realities of its geography and of its interests. Australian forces are deployed within the Middle East while concerns over a rising China trouble our strategic community. This double lecture explores Australia’s security challenges in both these geographic areas. https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/57512 Tue, 12 Jun 2018 09:33:34 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/57512 Eggshell Skull Book Launch with Bri Lee Bri Lee began her first day of work at the Queensland District Court as a bright-eyed judge’s associate. Two years later she was back as the complainant in her own case. Eggshell Skull is a fierce and eloquent memoir that addresses both Bri’s own reckoning with the past as well as with the stories around her, to speak the truth with wit, empathy and unflinching courage. This book is a haunting appraisal of modern Australia. https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/56508 Fri, 01 Jun 2018 11:29:48 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/56508 Administration Staff – Introduction to Final Thesis Submission Overview of to see if the student has submitted their final/revised thesis, if the final or revised thesis has been approved and who the independent reviewer is https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/56442 Thu, 31 May 2018 09:15:39 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/56442 Administration Staff – Introduction to Examiner Reports Overview of how to see the due date for the reports, whether the reports have been received, what the examination outcome was and when the corrections are due https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/56441 Thu, 31 May 2018 09:12:54 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/56441 Paper Trails: Q&A with Director Sari Braithwaite Paper Trails is a Compass produced movie about the life of Anne Deveson, Directed by Sari Braithwaite. Anne Deveson was a writer, broadcaster, Royal Commissioner, filmmaker and journalist. Anne was told she went after too many things – and rather than shy away from that instinct, she made a career out of it. In 2014, Anne had just been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/56163 Mon, 28 May 2018 11:13:06 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/56163 Mini video on using Library Law tutorials for Case Law and Legislation Mini video on using Library Law tutorials for Case Law and Legislation https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/55654 Fri, 25 May 2018 15:21:56 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/55654 BI Lecture 0 - Intro to the course BI Lecture 0 - Intro to the course https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/55309 Sun, 20 May 2018 12:36:27 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/55309 BI - Assignment 2 BI - Assignment 1 https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/54270 Fri, 11 May 2018 15:18:05 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/54270 BI - Assignment 1 BI - Assignment 1 https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/54269 Fri, 11 May 2018 15:16:04 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/54269 BI Lecture 11 - Revision BI Lecture 11 - Revision https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/54267 Fri, 11 May 2018 13:08:35 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/54267 BI Lecture 10 - Privacy, Ethics and Legal Considerations BI Lecture 10 - Privacy, Ethics and Legal Considerations https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/54266 Fri, 11 May 2018 13:06:50 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/54266 BI Lecture 9 - Information Management BI Lecture 9 - Information Management https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/54265 Fri, 11 May 2018 13:04:52 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/54265 BI Lecture 8 - Data Warehousing BI Lecture 8 - Data Warehousing https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/54264 Fri, 11 May 2018 13:02:52 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/54264 BI Lecture 7 - Web Mining BI Lecture 7 - Web Mining https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/54262 Fri, 11 May 2018 13:00:50 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/54262 BI Lecture 6 - Enterprise Data Mining BI Lecture 6 - Enterprise Data Mining https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/54261 Fri, 11 May 2018 12:59:01 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/54261 BI Lecture 5 - Business Analytics BI Lecture 5 - Business Analytics https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/54260 Fri, 11 May 2018 12:55:20 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/54260 BI Lecture 4 - Data Visualisation BI Lecture 4 - Data Visualisation https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/54259 Fri, 11 May 2018 12:53:30 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/54259 BI Lecture 3 - Business Intelligence Lifecycle BI Lecture 3 - Business Intelligence Lifecycle https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/54258 Fri, 11 May 2018 12:50:19 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/54258 BI Lecture 2 - BI nad Performance Management BI Lecture 2 - BI nad Performance Management https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/54088 Tue, 08 May 2018 13:30:22 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/54088 BI Lecture 1 - Introduction to Business Intelligence BI Lecture 1 - Introduction to Business Intelligence https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/54087 Tue, 08 May 2018 13:07:31 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/54087 Critical role of Program Directors and Course Coordinators in promoting academic integrity Video of Associate Professor Tracey Bretag. https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/53352 Thu, 03 May 2018 12:03:44 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/53352 Professional & Personal: Does being a patient make you a better clinician? Dr Mark Henschke is a Senior Lecturer at the Rural Clinical School, University of NSW and is based in Coffs Harbour. His teaching responsibilities include involvement with all health disciplines from paediatrics to aged care and palliative care. His previous role was as a Visiting Medical Officer at the Armidale and New England Hospital. His rural general practice covered all aspects of primary care. One of his goals as a rural general practitioner was for women to have a good birth and patients to have a good death. Palliative care was very much part of his work as a rural GP. Dr Henschke spoke on “Professional & Personal: Does being a patient make you a better clinician?” The recent in-hospital death of his brother from respiratory failure and the at-home death of his sister-in-law gave him new insights into the impact of a terminal illness as a doctor and as a family member. https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/52956 Thu, 26 Apr 2018 10:53:03 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/52956 Administration Staff – Introduction to Thesis Dispatch Administration Staff – Introduction to Thesis Dispatch = Overview of how to see if the thesis has been dispatched to the examiners and whether they have confirmed their availability https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/52494 Fri, 13 Apr 2018 10:28:14 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/52494 Administration Staff – Introduction to Initial Thesis Submission Administration Staff – Introduction to Initial Thesis Submission https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/52484 Fri, 13 Apr 2018 10:00:08 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/52484 Administration Staff – Introduction to Examiner Details Administration Staff – Introduction to Examiner Details https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/52483 Fri, 13 Apr 2018 09:55:12 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/52483 Essential Information Essential information for professional staff assisting at graduation ceremonies. https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/50796 Fri, 23 Mar 2018 16:32:39 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/50796 Care Considerations for the Frail Elderly at the End of Life It is well known that the population is ageing, that admissions to the ED, acute hospitals and the ICU are increasing. The majority of patients in acute hospitals are now elderly with multiple age-related chronic conditions. Some of these are partially preventable to some extent, some are modifiable but on the whole ageing and frailty are progressive, irreversible and not amenable to the miracles of modern medicine. While there is some benefit from conventional palliative care the elderly people put social support as their most valued assistance: including support in the home; respite care; regular company; and feeling valued. Moreover, the decline to death can be a prolonged decrease in functional ability more than deaths associated with, for example, cancer where the trajectory is more predictable and the palliative support more common. https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/50690 Fri, 23 Mar 2018 09:58:29 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/50690 Rostered tasks for graduations Rostered tasks for professional staff assisting at graduations https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/50474 Wed, 21 Mar 2018 08:30:02 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/50474 Sanaa Story Telling Zainab Zahra Syed is an internationally touring Pakistani writer, performer, educator and spoken word artist, who has performed and taught workshops across the world. Zainab will deliver a talk, as well as poetry - sharing with audiences her view on the world, in a unique and poetical manner. Zainab's writing and poetry is a tribute to heritage and to home, to identity and resistance in the face of displacement (displacement of self, of community, of country). It disrupts as much as it heals. It explores what it means to exist between cultures. To be rooted in memory, and in self. What it means to preserve. She often find's herself as a translator between people, between cultures, between her own memories of strength and vulnerability. She explore the points of intersection: between sorrow and celebration, personal and political, love and loss – in an attempt to inhabit the spaces between them to find the pulse that makes us human. https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/50369 Mon, 19 Mar 2018 09:21:24 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/50369 Ceremony Venues Venues used for graduation ceremonies https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/50344 Fri, 16 Mar 2018 15:52:57 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/50344 Free and Fairer Trade: Can trade be both free and equitable in a global economy Speakers unscramble the rhetoric to provide perspectives on what is required to guarantee a free trade system with benefits for all. What is at stake? What are the barriers? What are the opportunities? What is to be gained? How is the Australian government involved in trade negotiations in the world and at the Doha Round of the WTO and what role are NGOs playing in influencing the decision makers? How do the choices we make about what we eat and how we live affect the trade, livelihoods and wellbeing of poor people? What are the things we can do in our everyday life that can improve the outcomes for the less fortunate in our global community? And what can developing countries do? https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/50330 Thu, 15 Mar 2018 15:10:24 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/50330 Fighting HIV and AIDS What’s required to achieve an HIV and AIDS free world? HIV and AIDS are not going away. More than 40 million people are infected with HIV around the world and the number is increasing. In the Asia – Pacific region, countries such as Papua New Guinea are now experiencing a generalised epidemic. And the number of women newly infected with HIV now far outstrips that of men. This is a global disease that continues to infect young people in western countries as well as in developing nations. Speakers provide a snapshot of where and how HIV and AIDS is affecting communities- particularly in the Asia-Pacific region and what types of educational and health intervention programs are making a difference https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/50324 Thu, 15 Mar 2018 15:01:43 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/50324 Women's Rights in Development While women 'hold up half the sky’, we know that women and girls are often the most disadvantaged, economically, socially, politically and culturally. Research over many years and settings shows us that access to work, training, education and health for women has a 'whole family' flow-on benefit. This is why many microfinance programs specifically target women https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/50314 Thu, 15 Mar 2018 14:48:39 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/50314 Is Child Protection a public health issue? - views from Australia and the UK In the face of escalating notifications of alleged child abuse and a marked increase in the number of children coming into State care in Australia, there is growing interest in alternative policy approaches to child protection. In both the UK and in parts of Australia, including South Australia, whole-of-government public health approaches, at both policy and service delivery levels, are beginning to emerge. This raises a number of interesting philosophical and practical issues about the protection of vulnerable children in today’s society. https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/50311 Thu, 15 Mar 2018 14:45:09 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/50311 The Islamic Spectrum in Australia - Building cultural bridges through understanding Many faces of Islam: A journey through architectural culture Dr Selen Morkoc, University of Adelaide https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/50307 Thu, 15 Mar 2018 14:37:18 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/50307 The Islamic Spectrum in Australia - Building cultural bridges through understanding SESSION II: Art and Architecture Presenting Islamic art to an Australian audience: the Crescent Moon beneath the Southern Cross James Bennett, Curator of Asian Art, Art Gallery of South Australia https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/50305 Thu, 15 Mar 2018 14:33:47 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/50305 The Islamic Spectrum in Australia - Building cultural bridges through understanding The Australian Muslim Identity Janine Evans, Author https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/50300 Thu, 15 Mar 2018 14:29:39 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/50300 The Islamic Spectrum in Australia - Building cultural bridges through understanding A one “ I “ view on Food and being a Muslim in Australia Bahariah Mahmud https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/50299 Thu, 15 Mar 2018 14:22:29 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/50299 The Islamic Spectrum in Australia - Building cultural bridges through understanding Keynote speaker Islamic culture or Muslim cultures? The missing pieces in the Australian cultural kaleidoscope Dr Ameer Ali, Murdoch University, WA and former chairman of the Muslim Community Reference Group https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/50298 Thu, 15 Mar 2018 14:18:45 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/50298 The Islamic Spectrum in Australia - Building cultural bridges through understanding SESSION I: Historical and Cultural Perspectives From Camels to Cronulla – Muslims in Australia Dr Zaniah Marshallsay, Lecturer in Islam and world politics, UniSA https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/50297 Thu, 15 Mar 2018 14:12:49 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/50297 Human Rights: the ethical underpinning of globalisation A wave of destruction I arrived in Sri Lanka just two days after the catastrophic tsunami levelled village after village across the Indian Ocean. As I travelled with World Vision staff on the road south from the Sri Lankan capital, Colombo, we drove past what was left of the Queen of the Sea passenger train on the way to the town of Galle. The train had been crowded, as any traveller on the sub-continent will find familiar, with around 1,500 people packed into the cars returning to Galle for holy Poya (full moon) day. https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/50294 Thu, 15 Mar 2018 13:18:44 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/50294 The voice of the Alola Foundation To the Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre of University of South Australia, the United Nations Association of Australia, (South Australia Branch), the Australian Institute of International Affairs, (South Australia Branch) and the Australian East Timor Friendship Association (South Australia) Inc., I express my thanks for organising tonight’s function. I can tell you that my husband and I deeply appreciate the continued interest and support in our new nation’s struggle to consolidate its economic and political independence. https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/50293 Thu, 15 Mar 2018 13:14:46 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/50293 Reconciliation: take the next step Reconciliation: take the next step – what is the next step in terms of the peoples’ movement of Reconciliation. At this public forum hear what two extremely well respected, strong advocates for the journey of healing and reconciliation have to say about what taking the next steps means to them. https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/50292 Thu, 15 Mar 2018 13:10:53 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/50292 A public lecture with Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf What does it take to change the relationship between the West and the Muslim world? American Muslim spokesman, Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf speaks on the relationship between the West and the Muslim world. He will emphasize the need for representatives of all faith communities to come together to consider what, in their faiths, invites them and constrains them in seeking dialogue and common ground with those who hold different religious beliefs. https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/50291 Thu, 15 Mar 2018 13:05:58 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/50291 UNIFEM Informs seminar Marking UN World Health Day Immediately following the Asian Tsunami teams of specialist police and forensic investigators were mobilised under the auspices of the Australian Federal Police for work on victim identification around Phuket Island in Thailand. The Australian teams consisted of crime scene police officers, fingerprint analysts, dentists and pathologists who were deployed for rotations lasting two weeks based primarily at Wat Yan Yao in Takua Pa, north of Phuket. Other international teams worked at Wat Bang Muang just south of Wat YaYao, at Krabbi opposite Phuket Island, and at Wat Ta Cha Chai on the north side of Phuket Island near the Sarasin Bridge. Standard Disaster Victim Identification protocols were followed, with close collaboration between the Australians and teams from a number of other countries including Germany and the United Kingdom. https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/50290 Thu, 15 Mar 2018 13:00:07 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/50290 What are we going to do? A reflection on ways forward for non-Indigenous South Australians to respond to Indigenous South Australian concerns During this Forum, a number of well informed non-Indigenous speakers were asked to give their reflections on what things could be done and by whom in the non-Indigenous South Australian community to respond to Indigenous South Australian concerns https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/50288 Thu, 15 Mar 2018 12:48:22 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/50288 2005 Annual Hawke Lecture: A sustainable planet - a future for Australia With Greg Bourne CEO WWF Australia Greg Bourne studied chemistry at the University of Western Australia under a scholarship from BP Refinery, Kwinana. After graduating with honours in 1971, he carried out research into refinery processes for two years at BP's Research Centre in Sunbury in England before joining BP Exploration as a Drilling Engineer in Abu Dhabi. His Exploration activities saw him living and working in the United Kingdom, America, Canada, Ireland, Brazil, China and Australia. https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/50287 Thu, 15 Mar 2018 12:43:40 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/50287 Upload via Moodle Editor A demonstration of how to upload or search for and use existing media via the Moodle editor. https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/20 Fri, 16 Jan 2015 14:39:45 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/20