UniSA Media Library https://media.unisa.edu.au/ UniSA Media Library en-us Creating an Education Revolution that places Life-Long Learning at its Core The world is going through two unprecedented shifts: the Longevity Revolution and the Fourth Industrial Revolution. They will impact every aspect of all of our lives. We now need to respond by creating an Education Revolution that places Life-long Learning at its core. Presented by Dr Alexandre Kalache, Adelaide Thinker in Residence 2011–2012 https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/45537 Wed, 22 Nov 2017 15:48:12 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/45537 Language Policy- Cultivating Our Deepest Public Resource Language is public, shared and collective, within families, institutions, nations and economies, it is language that binds and governs the possibility of resilience, democracy and solidarity. An appreciation of these deeper and more extensive features of language is now growing rapidly across many international settings. Such that, in the past 15 years the field of language policy and planning has exited from relative isolation in arcane academic cloisters to become one of the urgent tasks of states, economic and educational institutions, policy bodies and national communities worldwide. This public lecture, delivered by Professor Joseph Lo Bianco, will discuss the benefits and need for a comprehensive and coordinated approach to what is in effect our deepest public resource. The Hon. Susan Ryan AO and Rev. Hon. Dr Lynn Arnold AO FAICD will respond to his lecture. https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/45536 Wed, 22 Nov 2017 15:27:07 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/45536 Recording lectures using PowerPoint 13 Recording lectures using PowerPoint 13 https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/45521 Tue, 21 Nov 2017 19:52:47 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/45521 BIOL1041 Truncation Learn how to use the common special database symbols, Truncation and Wildcards. https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/45516 Tue, 21 Nov 2017 16:24:15 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/45516 BIOL1041: Plan your search strategy Learn how to create a search plan for HLTH BIOL(Intro to nutrition and food sciences) https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/45515 Tue, 21 Nov 2017 14:22:21 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/45515 Humanitarians in the Front Line of Technology Drones, robots, Facebook, Twitter and other social media and technology are increasingly used by civilians, NGOs, military and the United Nations; are humanitarians keeping pace? In the front-line of humanitarian work drones and social media are creating many challenges on an uneven playing field. Humanitarians need to ensure people in need of assistance are not left behind on the technological journey. Using experiences from their work in the Syria humanitarian response and elsewhere Paul White Senior Protection Officer with the UN Interagency Project – ProCap. and Noosheen Mogadam former protection and advocacy adviser with the Norwegian Refugee Council will identify issues confronting a new generation of tech savvy humanitarians working in conflicts and natural disasters. Peter Smith will comment on their contributions and identify issues for discussion about how to move forward on the use of drones and technology in humanitarian settings. https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/45302 Thu, 16 Nov 2017 20:28:28 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/45302 The First Casualty: From the Front Lines of the Global War on Journalism In a world where the first casualty of war is truth, journalism has become the new battleground. Peter Greste spent two decades reporting from the front line in the world’s most dangerous countries before making headlines himself following his own incarceration in an Egyptian prison. Charged with threatening national security, and enduring a sham trial, solitary confinement and detention for 400 days, Greste himself became a victim of the new global war on journalism. Wars have always been about propaganda but today’s battles are increasingly between ideas, and the media has become part of the battlefield. In this courageous, compelling, vital account Greste unpicks the extent to which modern investigative journalism is under threat, and the fraught quest – and desperate need – for truth in the age of terrorism. https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/44191 Thu, 02 Nov 2017 13:58:42 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/44191 Test Recording Test Recording https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/44084 Wed, 01 Nov 2017 17:00:16 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/44084 Searching Westlaw for journal articles This video demonstrates how to search the Westlaw database for journal articles https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/44058 Wed, 01 Nov 2017 12:37:57 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/44058 Searching Westlaw for UK cases dealing with specific legislation This video demonstrates how to search the Westlaw database for UK cases dealing with specific legislation. https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/44057 Wed, 01 Nov 2017 12:32:40 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/44057 Difficult Conversations Talking to patients and their families about death and dying can be a difficult process. The aim of this presentation is to explore the skill of managing difficult conversations with patients and their families. Facilitated by Dr David Holden, this event is an opportunity to explore the skill of managing difficult conversations with patients and families. There is opportunity to identify why and how communication can be improved. Simple communication tips will be described. David will cover managing emotion, conflict and family meetings. There will be opportunity to ask questions, and to learn from David’s experience and mistakes. Resources for ongoing learning will be described and provided. https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/43893 Tue, 31 Oct 2017 15:36:31 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/43893 Searching Westlaw for US cases by citation This video demonstrates how to search the Westlaw database for US cases by citation. https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/43285 Fri, 27 Oct 2017 16:52:53 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/43285 Searching Westlaw for UK cases by citation This video demonstrates how to search the Westlaw database for UK cases by citation. https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/43280 Fri, 27 Oct 2017 16:25:43 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/43280 Genevieve Lacey, In-Conversation with Paul Kildea, Conductor A unique in-conversation with Genevieve Lacey in which she’ll talk about the art of programming and the collision of musical worlds. Genevieve Lacey is a recorder virtuoso, serial collaborator and artistic director, with a significant recording catalogue and a career as an international soloist. Paul Kildea is an award-winning conductor and the author of the acclaimed 'Benjamin Britten: A Life in the Twentieth Century', published by Penguin in 2013 and described by the Financial Times as "unquestionably the music book of the year". https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/41850 Thu, 19 Oct 2017 12:24:21 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/41850 Responding to Future Migration Forum with the Reverend Tim Costello AO Join World Vision Ambassador, The Rev Tim Costello AO, to discuss the question: How are we going to build a better future together with the humanitarian entrants we are welcoming to our shores? Building a better future implies change to existing policies and practice. Such change will impact how we work with refugee families, local communities, governments, NGOs and the global community. Tim will be joined by: Brad Chilcott, Founder of Welcome to Australia; Kirsten Bickendorf, Chief Executive Officer, Australian Refugee Association; Helen Lockwood, Director, Lutheran Community Care, and Khadija Gbla, Director, NoFGM Australia. https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/40867 Wed, 11 Oct 2017 14:55:07 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/40867 Introduction to Responsible Leadership Course Video 1 https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/40173 Tue, 26 Sep 2017 10:11:40 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/40173 EASS Research Week Keynote Lecture with Maggie Beer AM Engage with the University of South Australia’s innovative research in the areas of Education, Arts and Social Sciences (EASS) during EASS Research Week, 18-22 September. The Division's wide span of research capabilities allows us to cover topics ranging from creative industries, design, digital arts and humanities, media and communication, urban sciences and informatics, social care and social innovation, Aboriginal Studies and Indigenous Affairs, brain sciences, learning analytics and language development. The EASS Research Week Keynote Lecture was delivered by one of Australia’s best known culinary icons, and UniSA Honorary Doctorate, Maggie Beer AM. Maggie was in-conversation with UniSA's Professor Denise Meredyth, discussing the Maggie Beer Foundation, EASS's involvement in this important initiative, and the research that supports the Foundation's work. https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/39110 Fri, 22 Sep 2017 12:57:45 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/39110 Gender Pay Equity: How do we make it happen? On 13 September the continuing gender pay gap will be discussed by an expert panel presenting the facts about gender pay inequity in Australia. Equal Pay Day is calculated annually to reflect the gender pay gap – the extra days the average woman needs to work to earn the equivalent income the average man earns by 30 June each year. Australia’s national gender pay gap is calculated annually by the Workplace Gender Equality Agency, with Equal Pay Day to be held on Monday 4 September 2017. The gap was 16% in 2016 and hovered between 15% and 19% for the past two decades. Australia was 15th on the World Economic Forum’s Global Gender Gap Index in 2006, and since then we have fallen behind dramatically: 36th in 2015, 46th in 2016. Where will we be in 2017? We’re well behind every country in Europe and behind the United States, New Zealand, Rwanda and Mozambique. https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/38918 Mon, 18 Sep 2017 12:40:16 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/38918 Rebuilding our Damaged Reputation - A Strategy for Australian Leadership on Refugee Protection In October, the United Nations General Assembly will decide whether or not Australia is elected to the UN Human Rights Council. The coming vote has prompted greater scrutiny of Australia’s human rights record, with much of the international attention being on the government’s treatment of people seeking asylum. This comes at a time when nations in Africa, the Middle East, Europe and Asia are responding to the greatest crisis in forced displacement since World War II. In his lecture, Paul Power will examine: The concerns being expressed internationally about Australian refugee policy. How Australia might begin to restore its damaged reputation and show constructive leadership in international responses to refugee needs. The role civil society organisations and concerned citizens in Australia could play in bringing about change. Paul Power has been Chief Executive Officer of the Refugee Council of Australia, the national peak body on refugee policy, since 2006 https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/38610 Fri, 08 Sep 2017 13:24:29 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/38610 Democracy, Public Debate and the Role of Social Media: From a French and Australian Perspective This event was presented as part of the French Australian Conversations series, launched this year by the Embassy of France in Australia and The Conversation. Globally the use of social media in politics has dramatically changed the way political campaigns are run and how we access and interact with our elected members. Social media tools have allowed citizens to join together, and petition the government, leveraging their numbers against the influence of affluent and powerful lobbyists. Professor Arnaud Mercier, lecturer in political communication at University Paris II Panthéon-Assas, explores how social media has influenced public debate in France. He will be joined by experts who will provide an Australian perspective. https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/38546 Wed, 06 Sep 2017 12:26:51 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/38546 Tony Jones: The Twentieth Man In-conversation and book launch of The Twentieth Man, the debut political thriller from one of Australia's most respected journalists, Tony Jones. Tony Jones has written a brilliantly compelling thriller, taking us from the savage mountains of Yugoslavia to Canberra's brutal yet covert power struggles in a novel that's intelligent, informed and utterly suspenseful. https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/38105 Fri, 25 Aug 2017 11:24:27 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/38105 Rusty Young: Colombiano Podcast of the book launch of Colombiano written by Australian born author and journalist Rusty Young. Blending fact and fiction, Colombiano takes us on a heart-thumping journey into the violent and unpredictable world of post-Escobar Colombia. Rusty Young, author of the international bestseller Marching Powder, lived and worked in Colombia, interviewing special forces soldiers, snipers, undercover intelligence agents and members of two vicious terrorist organisations – the FARC (Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia - The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia - People's Army ) and Autodefensas (self-defenders). During this time he was both shocked and touched by the stories of child soldiers he encountered. He vowed to one day turn their challenging life stories into a book and let their voices be heard. https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/37701 Thu, 10 Aug 2017 10:49:04 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/37701 Lecture recording: World Music Theatre Lecture 2 with Steph Walker Lecture recording: World Music Theatre Lecture 2 with Steph Walker https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/37663 Mon, 07 Aug 2017 20:59:49 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/37663 Lecture Recording: World Music Theatre - OzAsia Fetival Producer Steph Walker Week 1 Lecture Recording: World Music Theatre - OzAsia Fetival Producer Steph Walker Week 1 https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/37662 Mon, 07 Aug 2017 20:49:03 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/37662 3_Holman Lecture 2 Lecture IP Pharmaceutical Commercialisation https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/37363 Mon, 31 Jul 2017 09:40:09 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/37363 2_Holman_Lecture1 Lecture Pharmaceutical Commercialisation https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/37172 Mon, 24 Jul 2017 13:05:09 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/37172 Lecture Recordings Pharmaceutical Commercialisation Lecture https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/37166 Mon, 24 Jul 2017 12:29:38 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/37166 Lecture Recordings Pharmaceutical Commercialisation Lecture https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/37164 Mon, 24 Jul 2017 12:19:31 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/37164 UniSA Student Mobile App 3.0.5 A demonstration of the new look and feel of the UniSA App https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/36997 Thu, 20 Jul 2017 13:46:05 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/36997 Automotive Restructuring and the Rise of Industry Policy in Europe and the UK Europe, including the United Kingdom has been challenged by a decline in traditional manufacturing industries and the shift to a services based economy. This transition to a post-industrial future is perhaps best represented by the decline of car manufacturing in many nations, including the UK. The consolidation of brands, the movement east and south of the production capacity and the move to shorter production cycles has challenged car makers and the communities they have supported. Professor David Bailey considers recent government responses to manufacturing decline, and the ways in which the devaluation of both the Euro and Sterling against other global currencies has helped stimulate a renaissance in the ‘making of things’. The presentation goes on to consider the emergence of renewed calls for, and thinking about, industrial policy and the opportunities it offers to rebuild national and regional economies. https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/36893 Wed, 12 Jul 2017 15:05:24 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/36893 Automotive Restructuring and the Rise of Industry Policy in Europe and the UK Europe, including the United Kingdom has been challenged by a decline in traditional manufacturing industries and the shift to a services based economy. This transition to a post-industrial future is perhaps best represented by the decline of car manufacturing in many nations, including the UK. The consolidation of brands, the movement east and south of the production capacity and the move to shorter production cycles has challenged car makers and the communities they have supported. Professor David Bailey considers recent government responses to manufacturing decline, and the ways in which the devaluation of both the Euro and Sterling against other global currencies has helped stimulate a renaissance in the ‘making of things’. The presentation goes on to consider the emergence of renewed calls for, and thinking about, industrial policy and the opportunities it offers to rebuild national and regional economies. https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/36892 Wed, 12 Jul 2017 14:26:56 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/36892 Research Question Breaking down the research question https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/36409 Fri, 23 Jun 2017 17:52:39 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/36409 Search strategy Constructing the search strategy https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/36408 Fri, 23 Jun 2017 17:51:09 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/36408 Keywords Selecting keywords and synonyms https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/36407 Fri, 23 Jun 2017 17:49:15 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/36407 5 Things to Know About the Library (City East) Five things you should know about the Library. https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/36405 Fri, 23 Jun 2017 17:48:53 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/36405 Concepts Selecting concepts from research topic https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/36403 Fri, 23 Jun 2017 17:31:16 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/36403 A Journey to Justice Professor Baz Dreisinger has visited prisons in nine countries to rethink the state of justice in a global context. In this forum, she will talk about her prison journey - sharing the diverse views on what 'justice' is, and a wide range of approaches to crime and punishment from across the world. This includes looking into the human stories of incarcerated men and women and those who imprison them, creating a jarring, poignant view of a world to which most are denied access, and a rethinking of the modern prison complex. https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/36296 Tue, 20 Jun 2017 13:28:24 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/36296 UniSA Academic Integrity Video UniSA Academic Integrity Video - (created by the UniSA College) The video is generic and can be used by any School as it is not specific. https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/36103 Fri, 16 Jun 2017 10:01:55 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/36103 2017 Art Talks A unique Art talk that will feature Paul Rissmann with other specialists exploring creativity in arts education. This Art Talk coincides with UNESCO Arts Education Week (22 – 27 May), DreamBIG Children's Festival (18 – 27 May) and Adelaide Symphony Orchestra’s Festival of Learning & Participation (2-10 June). https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/35114 Wed, 31 May 2017 15:00:53 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/35114 Respiratory Illness and Palliative Care Continuing our focus on Palliative Care, this event presented during National Palliative Care Week (21-28 May), was delivered by Professor Hubertus Jersmann and examined palliative care in relation to those with Respiratory Illnesses. Professor Jersmann will talk about several end stage lung diseases including lung cancer, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension and Interstitial Lung Disease. He is an interventional pulmonologist and will touch on the role of palliative interventions including lung transplantation, tunneled catheter for pleural effusions, airway stents and laser. Some of the issues associated with the provision of home oxygen and accessing palliative supports will also feature in his talk. https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/35068 Tue, 30 May 2017 13:00:23 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/35068 Design thinking . https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/33961 Wed, 24 May 2017 16:52:13 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/33961 Accessing MindTap video Accessing MindTap video https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/31780 Mon, 15 May 2017 17:46:53 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/31780 BCMP Mentee Training Session 02052017 Business Careers Mentor Program Mentee Training Session 2017 https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/31741 Mon, 15 May 2017 09:27:41 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/31741 BCMP Mentor Training Session 02052017 Business Careers Mentor Training https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/31737 Mon, 15 May 2017 09:08:27 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/31737 EAS TandL Professional Development Event 1 . https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/31412 Thu, 11 May 2017 11:13:41 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/31412 IPP Library Resources Explores the IPP Lib Guide page for IPP (Indigenous Participation Pathways program): demonstrates library resources, catalogue searching and promotes public library resources. https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/31095 Tue, 09 May 2017 15:58:23 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/31095 Indigenous Participation Pathways: Accessing Library Services Aboriginal Pathway Library Services video https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/31036 Tue, 09 May 2017 11:59:12 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/31036 Navigating the Indigenous Cultures and Australian Society Subject Guide Navigating Indigenous Cultures and Australian Society Subject Guide https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/30867 Mon, 08 May 2017 17:42:26 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/30867 Enhance your teaching with Lynda.com Steve Kelly describes how he has integrated Lynda.com into his course content. https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/28440 Tue, 02 May 2017 10:14:10 GMT https://media.unisa.edu.au/Play/28440 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