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Macquarie’s free Voice Referendum microcredential

Macquarie University has developed a free online microcredential to help Australians make an informed decision when voting in the Australian Indigenous Voice ‘The Voice' 2023 Referendum.  Prime Minister Anthony Albanese announced The Voice Referendum on 30 July 2022, and all ...

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ANU and Macquarie partnership

International undergraduates from ANU and Macquarie University will be able to study across both campuses as part of a new partnership between the two institutions. Starting in 2024, international students at either university will be able to study on exchange ...

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Strictly speaking | Munted

Most English words have a history which can be traced back through centuries and even millennia. So those which the dictionary notes as “origin unknown” are a challenge –especially colloquial words like munted, which seems to pop up in New Zealand out ...

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Using literacy to bridge equity gap in higher education

Australia’s top universities have partnered with six under-resourced high schools in NSW to help improve equity and access to higher education through literacy intervention.  The Imagined Futures project, developed by the NSW Equity Consortium, delivers literacy-focused programs to students living ...

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Strictly Speaking | Skinship

Words and phrases are quite often borrowed from other languages to express a concept for which there is no existing term – think of schadenfreude or déjà vu in English (from German and French respectively). Less frequently, a completely new ...

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