1. 1. Workshop on School safety: Bullying, Cyber-bullying and Pupil Well-Being, Punjabi University, Patiala, India


    from Alison Wotherspoon Added

    This short film documents a workshop hosted by the Punjabi University in April 1-2 2014 organised by the Indian-European Research Networking in the Social Sciences in collaboration with Flinders University and UNISA.

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    • Vietnam Underwater Archaeology Training - Bai Ong 1 Site


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      VMAP conducted a 4 week field school in June-July 2015 involving archaeologists from all over Southeast Asia, as well as Sri Lanka, Australia, the Netherlands, South Africa, and the US. On the last week of the field school the trainees put their new skills to practice on the potential shipwreck site in Bai Ong off of Cu Lao Cham island. The site was 2m deep and consisted of a large expanse of ceramic pieces dating from the 17th century.

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      • Sam McKenzie Showreel 2015


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        A collection of things I've worked on over the last year. Features footage from: #Abby directed by Michael McNally Brothers in Arms directed by Darcy George Groovin' the Lew logo designed by Cale McPherson (www.livebecreate.com)

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        • French Studies Flinders university


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          Promotional film for French Studies at Flinders University.

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          • Dear Lucy


            from Sinead Osborne Added 36 1 0

            Dear Lucy is about a young girl who discovers her courage through the help of an imaginary friend. Sometimes you need a little help finding the courage you always had. Dear Lucy is about finding your courage to meet new people, enjoy your environment and have fun as a kid. Dear Lucy is a short film made as part of a Bachelor of Creative Arts, Screen, Honours at Flinders University. As an Honours student, Sinead Osborne, wrote, produced and directed and had a crew of undergraduates to help.

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            • Ultimate Frisbee


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              A short documentary about Ultimate Frisbee

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              • Discovering Australia: The legend & reality of Matthew Flinders - David Hill


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                Matthew Flinders is remembered as one of Britain’s greatest navigator-explorers. But to what extent does the legend fit the reality? : http://www.gresham.ac.uk/lectures-and-events/discovering-australia-the-legend-and-the-reality-of-the-navigator-explorer In 1791 Mathew Flinders first sailed to the south-seas as a seventeen year old midshipman on a two year voyage with Captain William Bligh. Three years later he returned to Australia and in a tiny dingy named Tom Thumb explored much of Australia’s south east coast with his good friend lieutenant George Bass. Later, Flinders and Bass sailed in the Norfolk and discovered that Tasmania was a separate island from the mainland of Australia. After returning to England Flinders was again sent in 1801 to complete the exploration of the entire Australian coast line in the Investigator. In April 1802 while charting the south coast where no ship had sailed before, he had a remarkable chance encounter with another explorer. Frenchman Nicholas Baudin had been sent by his government on exactly the same quest: to explore the remaining uncharted coast of the great southern land and find out if the west and east coasts, four thousand kilometres apart, were part of the same land. And so began the race to complete the first complete map of Australia and to finish the exploration of the region started two hundred years before by the Dutch, the Portuguese, the Spanish and later the French and the English. Flinders three year voyage featured great hardship, sickness, the death of crew, shipwreck and finally imprisonment. Flinders beat his French rivals in discovering and charting the remaining unknown coast but they beat him to publishing the first complete map of Australia. The transcript and downloadable versions of the lecture are available from the Gresham College Website: http://www.gresham.ac.uk/lectures-and-events/discovering-australia-the-legend-and-the-reality-of-the-navigator-explorer Gresham College has been giving free public lectures since 1597. This tradition continues today with all of our five or so public lectures a week being made available for free download from our website. There are currently over 1,500 lectures free to access or download from the website. Website: http://www.gresham.ac.uk Twitter: http://twitter.com/GreshamCollege Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/greshamcollege

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                • Flinders University - Student hub and plaza redevelopment


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                  Flinders University is creating a vibrant new heart for its campus with a major construction project underway.

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                  • Ultimate Frisbee Short Documentary


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                    Ultimate Frisbee isn't just any old sport, but definitely a sport not talked about and played enough. This short 2 minute documentary made by Flinders University students shares a little about the game and why they love it so much. Promoting the sport at Flinders Uni and in general this video hopes to kindle interest into the hearts of many new players- hope to see you out on the field!! Special thanks to Emilia, Jason and Tash Directed by Laura Franklin Edit and sound by Lauren Brice Camera and post sound by Matt Whittington Music by Simon Kohen https://www.facebook.com/FlindersUltimate

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                    • Riverland Youth Theatre TV Commercial 2014


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                      In 2014 RYT received a grant from the Office for Volunteers to work in partnership with Flinders University to produce a TV Commercial promoting volunteering within our organisation. The final product is a polished, high quality commercial to be aired on WIN TV in the Riverland in late 2014. Thank you to all the staff, young people and community members who 'volunteered' their time to make this ad. Thanks to the Flinders students for their time and skills making this ad look great.

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