Discover the latest education news about Swinburne’s research, teaching and student success stories.
Quitch app wins higher education award
Thu 31 Aug 2017
A learning app developed at Swinburne took out the education technology category in the Australian Financial Review Higher Education Awards.
Could gaming change the way students learn?
Mon 07 Aug 2017
A mobile learning app developed at Swinburne has shown positive effects on student academic performance, engagement and retention.
72-hour 'Makeathon' to return to Swinburne
Thu 03 Aug 2017
Swinburne calls for makers and creators to join TOM Makeathon for assistive technologies.
Young mums given a head start
Tue 04 Jul 2017
Swinburne’s Business Without Borders and Young Mums program are working together on a new initiative.
Mobile learning platform creators honoured
Fri 16 Jun 2017
Swinburne academics who developed the Quitch app have been recognised by the American Accounting Association.
World-leading approach to engineering education
Thu 15 Jun 2017
New Engineering Practice Academy offers an alternative to traditional teaching and assessment approaches in engineering.
Bringing families together
Thu 08 Jun 2017
Carla McEnery hopes to launch a program with the aim of supporting the family members of schizophrenia sufferers.
Stories from the land
A group of farmers touched by rural suicide come together at Swinburne to share their experiences and heal.
Melbourne’s relationship with being Australia’s ‘street art capital’
Melbourne, has at various times promoted itself as the nation’s “sports and events capital”, more recently, as the “street art capital”.
‘Alternative’ to Safe Schools not that alternative
Mon 05 Jun 2017
Edmund Rice Education Australia’s anti-bullying program is similar to the Safe Schools program.