People who seek fact-checked information still share misinformation: study
More than 30% of people who actively seek fact-checked information have shared misinformation themselves, a new study suggests.
Going back to go forward: AR app telling Fitzroy’s First Nations stories
Community and collaboration are at the heart of Yalinguth, a new First Nations augmented reality app that takes users around Ngár-go/Fitzroy, Melbourne guided by stories from members of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community.
COVID vaccine incentives: experts on why they don't work
As Australia strives for higher COVID-19 vaccination rates, RMIT experts share their views about vaccine incentives and why other methods would be more successful.
Advertising students’ pitch-perfect campaigns
In a bumper semester for RMIT’s third-year advertising cohort, students’ campaigns have been recognised in two of the most prestigious global competitions – Cannes Future Lions and D&AD New Blood.
Why Google is now funnelling millions into media outlets, as Facebook pulls news for Australia
As Facebook pulls Australian news content from its platform, Google is funnelling millions into media outlets. Dr James Meese explains.
Culturally diverse students changing the face of Australian media
Two RMIT students are set to gain invaluable experience as part of a new pilot ABC traineeship for culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) students.
Advertising graduates campaign for good
Advertising duo Riana McKenzie and Giordano Paoli are graduating with internships at an award-winning agency under their belts and an impressive portfolio focused on social responsibility and inclusion.
RMIT and SingLit Station co-present an all-digital WrICE 2020
This year, RMIT’s Asia Pacific literary engagement program WrICE is joining with industry partner, Singapore’s Sing Lit Station, to produce an all-digital version of the renowned collaborative residency.