Measuring COVID’s impact on Victoria’s music industry
RMIT researchers are discovering the true effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on Victoria’s hard-hit music industry by listening to workers’ experiences and ideas on how to best rebuild.
Australia’s media has been too white for too long. This is how to bring more diversity to newsrooms
The past month has shown just how much diversity in media matters. But there is no quick fix – sustained, multi-pronged initiatives are required to bring more diverse journalists into the industry.
What’s next? Six reasons to study VE
The world is rapidly changing around us, and now more than ever people are (re)thinking their careers. Do you need to upskill or reskill? Here’s six reasons why studying VE could be perfect for you.
Latest updates: Apple is trying to reclaim its major innovator status (by making you wash your hands)
A range of announcements were made at this year's Worldwide Developers Conference, including the new 'CarKey' feature, and Apple's decision to part ways with chip manufacturer Intel.
Australia is co-hosting the 2023 Women’s World Cup. What will it mean for football and gender equality in Australia?
Following Australia and New Zealand’s successful bid for the 2023 Women’s World Cup, experts from RMIT unpack what this means for the broader society.
Remixing ACMI: design-based research strikes a chord
An RMIT initiative has remixed the collection of Australia’s museum of screen culture, ACMI, as digital media researchers and practitioners explore creative possibilities during the COVID-19 lockdown.
Do WA's emergency health powers allow forcible testing, vaccination and removal of underwear of children? Here are the facts
There have been claims on social media that WA's emergency health powers allow forced testing, vaccination and removal of clothing of children.
The collection making it easier to check the facts
More than 400 published fact checks have been made available for the very first time as a searchable archive.