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A look at the typeface that ‘helps students study’

That’s according to the RMIT University researchers who designed it. Released yesterday, it’s believed to be the world’s first typeface specifically designed to help people retain information and remember study notes. Called Sans Forgetica, it’s a back-slanted, gapped font based on ...

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Boost in research funds for UC

The University of Canberra tripled its research income in the past year signing contracts to the value of $21.2 million, its highest level of research income to date. This was almost three times the $7.2 million value of contracts signed ...

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New subject strengthens link to internships

 Bond University has launched its new subject to prepare students for the workplace and is already getting some good feedback.  The Bond University Professional Practice Program (BUPPP) originated from the need to create a subject for students to undertake in ...

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A BUPPP on the way to the work

One university has introduced an innovative program to prepare their graduates for the workplace.  There is growing pressure on universities and other tertiary education providers to develop strategies to meet the demands of business and industry for job-ready graduates. Defining what ...

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Primary health care focus of new education program

 Nursing researchers have developed educational tools to assist primary and acute healthcare staff.  Rural acute care nurses will be targeted in an education program designed to help drive down avoidable readmissions in NSW hospitals. From February, nurses in the Murrumbidgee Local ...

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Cash shortage ‘helps’ education innovation

The stretched budgets of governments across the world could be the dawn of a learning revolution, says a leading educator from the UK. Professor Stephen Heppell, the chair in New Media Environments at Bournemouth University’s Centre for Excellence in Media ...

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