New channels of data and concepts will movement from the 2022 Information Intersections Symposium in Alice Springs to the broader central Australian area and past this week.
Co-hosted by Charles Darwin College (CDU), Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Schooling (BIITE) and Desert Information Analysis Institute (DKRI), the two-day Symposium showcases the range of desert nation analysis.
This yr’s Symposium theme, ‘Channels for a thriving desert’ explores previous, current and future analysis tasks in central Australia.
It offers a platform for researchers, in addition to educators and native organisations to return collectively and alternate data to advance studying and progress within the area.
To this finish, the Symposium has an important function in facilitating Pink Centre analysis extension and highlights the area’s wide-ranging contribution to the Australian analysis sector.
The annual Symposium additionally has an vital function in constructing the boldness and profile of early-career researchers and PhD college students in offering a discussion board to current their work and analysis findings, in some cases, for the primary time.
This yr’s occasion will likely be complemented by a particular version of Ngoonjook: A Journal of Australian Indigenous Points, which provides researchers who current on the Symposium the chance to publish their work on this peered-reviewed journal.
Celebrating the array of educational work being accomplished on nation, this system options three concurrent data streams, with many displays exploring First Nations analysis.
The fifth version of the Symposium will likely be held on the Desert Information Precinct on Tuesday, November 22 from 9am-7.30pm and Wednesday, November 23 from 9am-4.45pm.
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