This book demonstrates how theory and practice are relevant to the development of forms of community engagement.
Build Great Brands is the perfect DIY manual for creating a successful business brand.
A Boy’s Short Life delves into the dark heart of modern racism in Australia.
Curtin lecturer David Whish-Wilson’s new novel is the latest in NewSouth Books’ City Series.
An introduction to the skills and expertise needed to manage children’s pain effectively.
Western Australian political commentator and Curtin Journalism graduate Andrew Burrell takes a look at one of the state’s most charismatic and controversial public figures.
Media Law In Australia discusses an array of laws that impact on the media’s publishing activities.
Supple and accessible in style, generous in spirit and outlook, That Deadman Dance is a fascinating, powerful portrait of Australia’s earliest days.
Where I Was” is a rich, entertaining and compelling account of the life of an extraordinary woman.
This book examines the implications of computer-generated learning for curriculum design, epistemology, and pedagogy, exploring the ways these technologies transform the relationship between knowledge and learning, and between teachers and students.