Legacy SCIP Projects from 2020
Gender, collective action and governance in rural Indonesia (Dr Rachael Diprose)
SCIP supported a WordPress development & Interactive map for research into women ’s collective action in rural Indonesia.
Shakespeariana in Melbourne (A/Prof David McInnis)
Shakespeare's presence is all around us. This interactive map documents Shakespearean landmarks and key places in Melbourne.
Care of the Ageing (Dr Nicholas Walsh)
SCIP developed an interactive map of Ageing and Aged Care research collaborations.
Science Gallery's Youth Symposium (Dr Kathryn Coleman, Dr Niels Wouters, et al)
SCIP was part of the Science Gallery's online conference designing a data generated interactive game.
The International Classroom Lexicon Project (Mrs Carmel Mesiti, Prof David Clarke, et al)
SCIP helped develop an interactive the lexicon of middle school pedagogical practice.
The Innovative Learning Environments and Teacher Change (A/Prof Wesley Imms, Prof John Hattie, et al)
SCIP supported this ARC linkage project with advice on reserch data collection and storage.
Digitising Sands & McDougall Directories: 1857 and 1974 (Prof Andrew May)
SCIP supported the digitisation of 20,000 pages of the directories.
Studies of Childhood, Education & Youth Research (Prof Julie McLeod, Dr Kate O’Connor)
SCIP helped develop a new research platform for qualitative social science data.
Making Futures: Youth Identity, Generational Change & Education (Prof Julie McLeod)
SCIP helped develop a website for a qualitative study of young people’s journeys through the senior years of secondary schooling.
Blood Exhibition (Science Gallery)
An interactive map of the word 'blood' in more than 200 Indigenous languages.