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  • Trobe University) Western Australia (led by Curtin University) Queensland (led by Queensland University of Technology) New South Wales & Australian Capital
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  • University Bond University Carnegie Mellon University - Australia Central Queensland University Charles Darwin University Charles Sturt University Curtin University
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  • APC has contracted sport historian Murray Phillips at the University of Queensland to participate in this effort, and to compile a Wikibook drawing from
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  • R. (2006). Psychology (Australian and New Zealand Edition). Milton, Queensland: John Wiley & Sons, p. 370 {{ Lua error in package.lua at line 80:
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  • indigenous Australians Indigenous psychology reference list (University of Queensland, Australia) Australian Human Rights Commission Bringing them home: The
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  • Making Connections: Transition to University 26th & 27th September 2005, Queensland University of Technology, Carseldine Campus. Murray, J. (2009). The wider
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  • Burton, L., Westen, D., Kowalski, R. (2012). Psychology (3rd ed.). Milton, Queensland, Australia: Wiley. Gerrig, R. J., Zimbardo, P. G., Campbell, A. J., Cumming
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  • New Zealand, Tasmania, WA, Tasmania, Victoria, Wagga Wagga, Sydney and Queensland. The camp was run on [Bar Camp] principles. Sessions covered issues such
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  • Research and Development Society of Australasia), July 4-7, 2011 Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. This paper argues that open academic practices provide greater
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  • Study Centres: Change to National website links New South Wales / ACT Queensland South Australia and Northern Territory Victoria and Tasmania Western Australia
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  • with Tony, as well as sport historian Murray Phillips (University of Queensland) to produce an online history, through Wikipedia, Wikimedia Commons, and
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  • worker who is part of a multi disciplinary public health unit in regional Queensland, Australia. In this region Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
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  • The University of Queensland (Australia) handbook on plant collection is available here: [1]
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  • people who are of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander in Far North Queensland. Sponsored by ASLIA, the Australian Sign Language Interpreters Association
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  • Fellow, School of English, Media Studies and Art History, University of Queensland Salvatore Babones, Senior Lecturer, Sociology and Social Policy, University
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  • areas. Approximately 60% of Indigenous people live New South Wales and Queensland, with a further 13% living in Western Australia, that is 70,966 individuals
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  • pages in the wikipedia from at least two different states (e.g. NSW, Queensland) to demonstrate that you can link the image map. You should be able to
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  • Mobility: Proceedings of the 2005 ASCILITE Conference. Brisbane, Australia: Queensland University of Technology. pp. 457-67. http://ascilite.org
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  • Thanks to Lankiveil who arranged an excellent meeting space with the Queensland Library, and joined us to discuss the project. Wikipedia: Conflict resolution
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  • book. Date May 26 & 27 City Brisbane Venue The Edge, State Library of Queensland Arrive Sat Morning Sat Afternoon Wikipedia Session: 1pm-5pm - The Edge
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