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MulticulturalNT December 2008 Mr Tom Pauling, as patron of the forthcoming exhibition, said he valued the opportunity to see these items for the first time. I look forward to seeing these important cultural objects as they arrive, and think the Territory is very privileged to host the first ever international exhibition of Timor-Leste artefacts, Mr Pauling said. This is a truly collaborative exhibition, which has grown out of a strong working relationship between MAGNT and its colleagues in Timor-Lestes Directorate of Culture, and will serve to bring attention to the need for long-term care and preservation of Timor-Lestes vulnerable cultural heritage. Ai bahat nai bei, crocodile carving, gravura de crocodilo Lolo, gusi, water pot, recipiente para gua The Husie Bei Ala Timor Sira Nia Liman From the Hands of Our Ancestors exhibition will open at MAGNT from November 2008 until July 2009. Invitation to Community-Based Learning Meeting The Academic Development Team and Community and Access Group at Charles Darwin University (CDU) invite you to a community-based learning meeting. Tentative date Thursday 12 February, 2009 1-3 pm at CDU. The meeting will bring together not-for-profit organisations, community service agencies, CDU staff and students to discuss: Possible projects that students can undertake for community organisations as part of their course How a community-based learning unit might work at CDU for students and community Establishing a community-based learning network to share information, ideas, seminars The overall aim of increasing opportunities for community-based learning at CDU for the benefit of students and the wider community. Community-based learning refers to the broad range of teaching and learning strategies that include work integrated learning, experiential learning, service learning and co-operative education. Community-based learning enhances student learning by providing real world learning experiences. Community-based learning benefits community organisations by a student undertaking a project that produces a useful output for the organisation. Projects can be done in the workplace or on campus for the organisation. To register your interest, please reply to firstname.lastname@example.org CDU will contact you in the New Year to confirm the date, time and venue.
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