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Social media around the world: Five things you might not know
Most people rely on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to bring them closer together. But how are they used across the planet? Is a "footie" taken in Chile any different than a "selfie" from Australia?
Looking upwards for transport solutions
Level crossing removals should be part of a total picture for an effective transport system and “skytrains” are the best way to do this, according to RMIT and Melbourne University researchers.
RMIT partners with leading Italian university
A new research partnership agreement will enable doctoral candidates to receive a dual-awarded PhD in Engineering from RMIT and one of Europe's leading universities, the Politecnico di Torino.
Streets of Papunya: Curator and artist talk
Hear artist Charlotte Phillipus Napurrula and curator Vivien Johnson talk about the work in the RMIT Gallery exhibition Streets of Papunya: The reinvention of Papunya painting.
Public lecture: Danny Miller – Why We Post
This talk will provide an overview of a European Research Council (ERC) research project on the use and consequences of social media around the world.
Roundtable discussion: e-Learning and the Anthropology of Social Media
This roundtable discussion focuses upon a recent e-Learning initiative emerging out of the 'Why We Post' project led by Professor Daniel Miller.