UniServe€Science News: Newsletter of the Science Software Clearinghouse Vol. 2, November 1995

CAUT Grants for 1996

These projects have just been announced as to be funded by CAUT grants in the sciences


Teaching Laboratory Techniques in Molecular Microbiology
James Cook University, Dr RJ Coelen, robert.coelen@jcu.edu.au

Dynamic Ecology: Understanding population processes through interactive simulations
University of Melbourne, Dr R Day & Associate Professor MW Nott, robday@ariel.ucs.unimelb.edu.au

Improved Practical Teaching in Vertebrate Physiological Ecology
James Cook University of North Queensland, Dr WJ Foley, zlwjf@jcu.edu.au

Integrated practical/tutorial coursework in first year biology using multimedia resources
University of Wollongong, Dr K French, k.french@uow.edu.au

Interactive Computer Approach to Develop Student Working Models of Physiological Concepts
University of Melbourne, Professor PJ Harris, Mr T Petrovic & Dr RE Kemm, pjh@rabbbit.phsiol.edu.au

A Multimedia approach to problem areas in Human Health Science
University of New England, Dr GL Jones & Dr PM Whitington, gjones2@metz.une.edu.au

A new approach to practical biochemistry using interactive multimedia
University of Melbourne, Professor BG Livett, livett@Biochemistry.unimelb.edu.au

An Interactive Multimedia package to assist learning about genetics and gene manipulation
Deakin University, Professor MD Martin, Ms DY Gleeson (University of Melbourne) & Professor JF Kinnear (University of Sydney), mdm@deakin.edu.au

Blood Cells revisited by Interactive Multimedia -- Stage 2
Curtin University of Technology, Mr R Oostryck & Ms L Devenish, ioostryc@info.curtin.edu.au

Raising the Dead: Interactive Multimedia Solutions to Teaching Comparative Zoology
University of Sydney, Dr MB Thompson & Dr O Hoegh-Guldberg, thommo@extro.ucc.su.oz.au

The Teaching of Fish Ageing Through Video Imagery
Australian Maritime College, MAWilson, m.wilson@fme.amc.edu.au

Facilitating Independent Student Learning Through a Computer Simulated Animal Dissection
University of Western Australia, Dr R Bencini, rbencini@uniwa.uwa.edu.au


Instruments on Computers: Teaching Chemical Instruments through Interactive Simulations
University of Western Sydney,
MA Williams & Dr RJ Blanch, m.williams@st.nepean.uws.edu.au


Interactive animation for developing weather map interpretation skills
Curtin University of Technology, Dr RK Lowe & Associate Professor MJ Lynch, lower@educ.curtin.edu.au

A Multimedia CD ROM Learning and Assessment Kit for Remote Sensing Studies
University of Canberra, Dr BJ Button & Dr G Cho, button@science.canberra.edu.au

Improved Experiential Learning about Land and Water Resources Management
University of Western Sydney, Dr BL Maheshwari, Mr J Zarb & Professor P Cornish, b.maheshwari@uws.edu.au


Interacting With Real World Physics
University of Melbourne, Dr MK Livett & Mr J Pearce, michellelevett@muwayf.unimelb.edu.au

Physics in a Suitcase -- Portable Lecture Demonstration Kits
Swinburne University of Technology, Dr AP Mazzolini, apm@brain.physics.swin.oz.au

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