Coffee courses are an easy way to learn new ideas for using technology in your teaching. Each session will cover a new topic in education technology; teaching online; digital tools; pedagogy; or trends in technology. It is equivalent to a one- or two-hour face-to-face training session, but is done at your own pace from your own desk.
Contains the scholarly outputs of the ANU academic community (past and present) as well as digitised material of national and international significance from the University's special and rare collections. The majority of this material is open access.
Launched in 2004 ANU Press is Australia’s first open-access university press, publishing peer-reviewed research on a broad range of topics including Asia and Pacific studies, Australian politics, humanities, arts, Indigenous studies and science. To date, ANU Press has published over 900 publications, all of which are freely available on this website.
A complete first-year course of twenty-five weeks designed for university students. In this course, Sanskrit is taught as a living tradition in recognition of the fact that many of our students have backgrounds in Indic religions and Indian cultural practices, including yoga, art, music, dance and song.
This Open Access, self-paced digital course is designed to build the capabilities you need to navigate the scholarly communications and publishing world. Topics covered include finding a best-fit publisher; predatory publishing; research data management; increasing research impact; open access publishing; and online researcher identity.