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Blow up the lecture?
Blow up the lecture?

Blow up the lecture?

Technology is opening up new ways to teach and learn and we want your opinion on what the classrooms of the future might look like.
Tuesday 29 July 6-7.30pm

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Blow up the lecture?

http://billboard.anu.edu.au/event_view.asp?id=108704

Technology is opening up new ways to teach and learn and we want your opinion on what the classrooms of the future might look like.
Tuesday 29 July 6-7.30pm

The mind transparent: Reading the human brain

http://sociology.cass.anu.edu.au/node/361

Is it possible to ‘read’ the mind, for one human being to know what another is thinking or feeling, their beliefs and intentions? Professor Nikolas Rose, Kings College London discusses these issues.

Performance: L’Orfeo

http://music.anu.edu.au/orfeo

Monteverdi’s classic opera L’Orpheo (Orpheus) is getting a digital makeover in this upcoming show at Llewellyn Hall.
21 & 22 August 7.30pm

Nuclear energy: the debate Australia has to have

http://billboard.anu.edu.au/event_view.asp?id=108724

ABC 666’s Genevieve Jacobs will talk with three of the nation’s most compelling experts (Professor Barry Brook, Professor Ken Baldwin and Ian Hore-Lacy) on an issue we cannot continue to ignore. Monday 28 July 1-2.30pm

Indigenous Research Retreat

http://ncis.anu.edu.au/events/retreat.php

The National Centre for Indigenous Studies at ANU is hosting a retreat for Higher Degree by Research scholars. This is an opportunity for researchers in indigenous studies to engage in intellectual discussion, networking and information sharing.

Get a 360 degree virtual tour of the ANU campus

http://news.anu.edu.au/2014/05/16/look-around-anu-with-a-new-app/

A new 360-degree virtual experience of popular spots around the University campus is now available for iPhone and iPad users. The app, called 'Look Around ANU', gives you a chance to explore some of the scenic surroundings at ANU.

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