Learning Environments at QUESTnet 2018

Ben Loveridge recently presented at QUESTnet in Cairns on the award-winning Learning Environments supported project, Music Therapy in Virtual Environments.

QUESTnet is one of the leading forums for technology professionals in higher education, and included streams on networks and platforms, security and identity, learning tech, research tech, and smart campuses. Ben also won a QUESTnet prize prior to the event for his idea of a national music streaming server.

Dr Michelle Dickinson gave an inspiring keynote speech around the topic of harnessing creativity and the art of tinkering in education. Michelle has a PhD in biomedical materials engineering, runs Nanogirl labs, and is a skilled science communicator. Check out her work at twitter.

Also joining Ben in representing the University were Bernard Meade, David Flanders, and Christina Tuke-Flanders from Research Services.

Dr Michelle Dickinson presenting at QUESTnet 2018

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