Visualisations can be a powerful educational tool in a range of areas and applications. Come along and see what the possibilities are for your course.
Australia is a small country economically speaking. Its resources are specialised. We can produce some things cheaply. But we can buy many foreign products cheaper than we can produce them at home.
The focus of this conference is the materiality of knowledge produced during personal encounters with people and places.
The reading assigned for the fifth meeting is Hochschild, A. (1983). Managing feeling (35-55). In A. Hochschild, The Managed Heart: Commercialization of Human Feeling. Berkley: University of California Press.
Practically everyone who has lectured in the past 10 years has used PowerPoint to deliver their lecture content. Unfortunately, many don’t do it anywhere near as effectively as they could.
Australia's relationship with China in the nineteenth century is one that still leaves historians with many questions to answer.
This paper studies the consequences of the 2011 mega flood in Thailand on subjective expectations, preferences, and behavioural choices of the Thai rice-farming households.
With the advent of flexible learning options, students may be situated off-campus or even in a different city. Or it could be the teacher who is off-campus.
This paper investigates the short-run effects of economic growth on carbon dioxide emissions for 189 countries over the period 1961-2010.
Science meets Policymakers will bring together researchers from a range of disciplines and policymakers from various government departments to take a closer look at the intersection between the evidence base and policy development.
Languages with a synchronic process of CV metathesis have long troubled linguists. Despite the phenomena in question being well described in some languages, disagreement persists over the best way to analyse metathesis.
Wattle has a large range of tools and features for you to use in your course. Using the right tools for the right outcomes for your students can make all the difference to your students’ experience of your site and your course.
This panel event explores what the new aid landscape means for those on the receiving end of aid.
We’ve heard a lot about aid from China, but what about aid from India? This event explores the evolution and contemporary influence of India’s soft power in development cooperation and its impact on the global dynamics of aid.
In the aftermath of the Ebola outbreak in Africa, aid for health is back on the global agenda in a big way. But what have we learnt from the last decade of investment? Do disease specific investments make sense?
This paper investigates sources of household vulnerability and responses to risks in rural Vietnam with data from Vietnam Access to Resources Household Surveys (VARHS).
This event will aim to answer all the big questions posed by perhaps the most controversial international development issue of 2014.
This workshop will build on material from the introductory workshop on quizzes, or would be suitable for experienced Wattle quiz users.
Methodism in the South Pacific historically originated through the efforts of British Methodists, while mainline American Methodism never officially undertook missionary work in the South Pacific.
Increasing geopolitical competition is amplifying international conflict and diminishing the global community’s ability to respond to rising distributed threats like extremism and post-authoritarian chaos.
The Seasonal Worker Program (SWP) was established in 2008, initially as a pilot, then in 2012 as a permanent program, to help meet the labour needs in Australia’s horticultural sector and to provide labour mobility opportunities to Pacific islanders.
The adjective 'Nehruvian' came into popular usage in the late 1980s and continues to refer to a unique brand of postcolonial secular and socialist policies that are associated with India's first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru.
This workshop will cover the basics of the Wattle Gradebook, which can make keeping track of your students marks very easy, and allows students access to their marks throughout the semester (which can be good for error checking).
It is becoming more and more recognised that peer feedback (student to student) can be a powerful learning experience for students.
Construction codes that regulate the energy efficiency of new buildings have been a centerpiece of US environmental policy for 40 years.
International Conference - Latent Histories, Manifest Impacts: Interplay between Korea and Southeast Asia
The Wattle Lesson Tool enables the teacher to create learning experiences tailored to a particular students learning and level.