2011 Grant Recipients

  • RIDBC & ME:  The project will facilitate collaboration between RIDBC and health and education professionals and strengthen the overall dissemination of support to the children with hearing and/or vision impairment and their families. Read more...
  • Rural Worker Training in Mental Health: - A pilot program to train 1000 rural workers to improve the mental health of their volunteer workforce/membership. SANE further aims to use the internet based training to overcome isolation from services, and demonstrate the case for this in practical, replicable terms. Read more...
  • i-Survive Project: This project will evaluate the value and/or potential of messages, images and videos sent during recent Australian and New Zealand disaster and emergency situations from Internet-enabled mobile phones to Web 2.0 social-sharing websites in order to help emergency service providers' better plan and prepare for the use of... Read more...
  • A research project to compare and analyse Australian internet codes of conduct: The project will compare and analyse at least ten Australian Internet Codes of Conduct, using a common set of criteria based on best practice in consumer protection. Read more...
  • Multilingual U3A Online: A National Model:  This project will research and develop a model for a national multilingual version of U3A Online, which is a virtual University of the Third Age delivering online learning via the Internet to older people, especially those who are geographically, physically or socially isolated. Read more...