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NintiNews : Innovation for Remote Australia

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Title

NintiNews : Innovation for Remote Australia

Other title

Ninti One

Collection

Ninti One news; E-Journals; PublicationNT

Date

2011-07-01

Description

Made available via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).; This publication contains may contain links to external sites. These external sites may no longer be active.

Language

English

Subject

Rural development -- Australia -- Periodicals; Community development -- Australia -- Periodicals

Publisher name

Ninti One

Place of publication

Alice Springs

File type

application/pdf

Copyright owner

Ninti One Pty Ltd

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/252575

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/543161

Page content

NintiNews - July 2011 | CRC-REP#crcrep http://crc-rep.com/nintinews-july-2011#crcrep[19/06/2013 11:42:11 AM] Ninti One online For information about the activities and research of NintiOne Ltd and the CRC-REP, you can visit our new website, www.nintione.com.au, which will be launched this month. Our research matrix Readers of the CRC-REP and Ninti One newsletters are probably well aware by now of our three main research programs and their main component research projects, but this diagram helps to explain how they integrate, in order to build a better future for remote Australia. Over the past twelve months, weve negotiated the CRC-REP contract with the Australian Government, locked in a budget of $40.5m cash and $77.1m in kind, established three Research Programs and eleven Research Projects, signed up 53 Partners who will provide us with 219.8 FTE staff, recruited ten Project Research Leaders, and held seven research workshops. Reshaping remote education I am pleased to announce the appointment of Dr John Guenther of the School of Education at Flinders University and as Principal Research Leader for CRC-REPs Remote Education Systems research program. John believes there is a great opportunity to reshape Australias remote education based on the best experiences of individual communities, and by working to their strengths enable their young people to take greater advantage of livelihood and enterprise opportunities. The research will seek to identify how education systems can be better designed to suit the needs of communities and stakeholders in remote regions by examining demand (what students, carers and the local economy need), supply (what systems need to provide, including better staff recruitment and retention), policy issues and alternative delivery models. Our Research Leaders Just to update you on whos now leading our various research projects: Population Mobility and Labour Markets: Associate Professor Michael Dockery, Curtin University, Perth Enduring Community Value From Mining: Professor Fiona McKenzie, Curtin University http://www.crc-rep.com/sites/default/files/imagecache/original/Matrix_0.jpg http://www.crc-rep.com/sites/default/files/imagecache/original/2011MarchBoard.jpg http://www.nintione.com.au/


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