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    Acquired Brain Injury website navigation tool

    This grant supported the development of the Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) website navigation tool, now called the 'Service Finder', to allow clients to search online for region-specific ABI community services in Victoria via the Internet.

  • Dementia Risk Reduction e-Learning project

    The Alzheimer's Australia Mind your Mind program aimed to provide online information for general practitioners, community health workers and the general public; web design of the learning resources; and practical, evidence-based strategies for people concerned about their risk of dementia.

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    The World of Animal Welfare website

    The aim of the World of Animal Welfare (WOAW) website ( is to educate and deliver quality, cost effective education about animal welfare to teachers to increase their students’ knowledge of animal care and welfare , and compassion towards animals (and people). The further grant received from auDA Foundation allowed them to further develop the web architecture for the e-learning website WOAW, and the transition of the site to become a national resource.

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    Online animal welfare curriculum

    The RSPCA World of Animal Welfare (WOAW) is a Queensland based interactive website and virtual classroom. The RSPCA Queensland developed a substantial online curriculum for primary and secondary school students. In particular, the curriculum targeted those students in regional, rural and remote locations that the RSPCA was unable to see face-to-face on a regular basis.

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    The impact of socioeconomic status on the use of digital literacies in schools

    This project investigated the differences and similarities in low and middle socioeconomic schools related to digital literacy practices; teachers’ perceptions of the value of students’ digital literacy knowledge and skills; and the connections made to academic literacy.