After studying for many years, you realise graduation is finally near - you start to wonder what you will be doing after University. Whether it is full time, part time or casual work, where will this degree take me? After sitting down with recent Deakin Graduate Amy Martin, I could start to understand the importance... Continue Reading →
Dylan Alcott, Australian 3 x Paralympic Gold medalist, motivational speaker, triple j presenter and Co-Founder at Get Skilled Access, Dylan is truly as inspiration to us all.
Featured Image, Gamification by Jurgen Appelo (CC BY 2.0) Let's talk Gamification in classroom learning! What is gamification, and where is this method used? ‘...gamification of education is a developing approach for increasing learners’ motivation and engagement by incorporating game design elements in educational environments' In analysing the definition above, we can identify that gamification is... Continue Reading →
A social movement which caught my attention recently, called Until We All Belong, is a movement about equal rights and marriage equality. As described on the Until We All Belong website, '...Our mission is to make everyone feel welcome and accepted no matter who you are. It’s this focus that has brought our attention to the LGBTQI community and the support needed for marriage equality in Australia. We see marriage as a fundamental part of belonging and, while we know Australians accept marriage equality, we are determined to help empower change to ensure all Australians have the right to marry the person they love.'
There are so many dating websites and apps available, it is hard to keep count. But which one is right for you? Below is an outlined description of various online dating websites, and different services they provide.
Gamification. Just think about this word for a bit... do you know what this means? Do you know what is involved within this process? Well, at first I had no idea what this meant and the process in which it is used. After looking into the definition, and the process of gamification, I discovered some... Continue Reading →
As I walked home from work I counted my steps, "58, 59, 60". I looked down at my wrist, to see how many steps I had to go until I hit 5,000 steps. Only 13 to go! I was so excited to receive my badge today, for achieving this goal- not my best. Usually I would achieve... Continue Reading →