The Professional Certificate in Social and Digital Media Management (ZPSDM) is a university-accredited, 10-week, online qualification that develops communication skills and strategic knowledge in digital content and multimedia platform management. Focusing on the convergence of visual design, digital media and communication management, this program strengthens and builds digital media skills for professional communicators. It is based on understanding current technology and applications, while developing a capacity to adapt and manage future developments in social and digital media.
Through intensive, practice-based assessment tasks, students will audit existing platforms and user-experience, develop strategy and content, and learn to manage creative people and processes to communicate effectively in the digital environment.
The Professional Certificate comprises two post-graduate level courses delivered in collaboration with industry: Social Media Management (SCCIL 90013) and Managing Digital Design (SCCIL 90012). Integrating the latest online learning technologies and social media tools, students working from anywhere in the world will be able to interact with each other and the teaching staff to apply course principles as they develop critical professional skills.
A 10% administration fee will be charged to students who withdraw from the course prior to completion of the first week. This is to cover processing time and costs.
Students will not be eligible for a refund after the end of week one of the course commencing.
Increase your chances of getting into university by attending one of the University of South Australia’s Prepare for STAT workshops. The workshops may help you achieve a competitive result when you sit the Special Tertiary Admission Test (STAT)
The workshops will give you strategies to answer the questions and guidelines to help you understand the material presented. You will be able to practise with previous test paper and answers (both language and quantitative). The workshops will also look at ways to boost your confidence and reduce the stress associated with sitting exams.
The workshops are held at the UniSA’s City West campus and will run for a full day starting at 9:30am – 4:30pm (7 hours).
Book early as places are limited. You must book and pay for your workshop prior to attending.
Come to see our Saturday Public Sessions at the Adelaide Planetarium. Take a journey to outer space and enjoy a full dome movie.
Located 15kms north of the CBD at the University of South Australia’s Mawson Lakes Campus.
The 2016 A-CSEAR Conference will be held on 7 to 9 December 2016 (Emerging Scholars Colloquium 7 Dec, Main Conference 8-9 Dec 2016), at the Adelaide Zoo Sanctuary Conference centre, Adelaide, South Australia.
The theme of the conference is “Connecting with Nature” as participants will have the opportunity to connect with flora and fauna at the Adelaide Zoo venue.
Papers are welcome in any area of social and environmental accounting research, but particularly in areas of ecology, biodiversity, justice & equity, integrated reporting and innovative methodological approaches. The conference is specifically designed to be a place where emerging researchers can discuss their ideas and papers with more established colleagues in a supportive environment.
Presented by the University of South Australia’s School of Communication, International Studies & Languages.
The Pitjantjatjara Language Summer School will benefit people who have contact with Pitjantjatjara people in the course of their work. People completing the Summer School should be able to enter into elementary conversations with Pitjantjatjara people. There will also be historical and cross-cultural information within the curriculum.
Consisting of oral practice, elementary vocabulary, basic grammar and written exercises the School will be conducted with sessions of role play with an emphasis on oral fluency, small group sessions for revision and practice or oral language and grammar sessions. It will provide structures on which students can build further progress in the language.
Our Course Coordinator will deliver this two week program with the assistance of five traditional tutors from the APY Lands and northern parts of South Australia. The tutors, who come from communities such as Umuwa, Ernabella and Amata will work with small groups of participants throughout the course and will provide first-hand knowledge of the Pitjantjatjara language and culture from a Traditional Aboriginal perspective.
By the end of the course the students will be:
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Explore new knowledge on our most precious coastal frontiers; saltmarsh and mangroves. Over two days we will listen to the latest regarding their role as the first line of defence in global change as well as new ways of working with nature through community management of our coastal wetlands for healthy waterways. Plus visit the fabulous saltmarshes of Bruny Island and Barilla Bay in southern Tasmania. CSIRO and the University of Tasmania are proud to host the 3rd Australian Mangrove and Saltmarsh Network Conference (AMSN). The conference brings together researchers, industry, community and environmental consultants to discuss the latest science and management for saltmarsh and mangrove ecosystems.