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What do these Directions mean to you?

July 19, 2021

HOW DOES IT APPLY TO YOU?

How could these Directions apply to you and your work?

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BG

Our team is focused on whole of community mental health and wellbeing, and we could see many areas o… See more

Bronwyn G.

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CR

If we are to choose a path of lifelong learning then we need to take a leaf out of Richard Branson&#… See more

Ciaran R.

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CM

There is no happiness in delivering hybrid or online only classes. It drives people away as the true pleasure of teaching is human contact.

Community Member

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CM

RMIT has an appalling record when trying to respond or implementing change. It runs headlong into ru… See more

Community Member

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RI

As the Strategy Office, we want to make connections and facilitate discussions on what the Direction… See more

Raian I.

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MS

Raian agreed – I really like the breakout time with other PSI staff in the Town Hall, more times lik… See more

Matt S.

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MG

An adaptive RMIT includes the use of a mental wellbeing focus on all decision making in order to support all staff and students to work, study and achieve success.

Melanie G.

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AW

Edited:Being able to deliver online learning to leaders in the family violence sector from across Victoria … See more

Alyssa W.

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TB

adaptive RMIT really applies to our team work and how we work to support different PSI teams as they all adapt to different teams and priorities

Tom B.

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CM

I think the Lifelong Learning directions is really relevant for our team, especially the opportunities from our Policy and Impact team's government work

Community Member

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TB

lifelong learning is highly relevant for VE and the way we aim to support students from all backgrounds to skills up

Tom B.

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CM

Also to HE as people seek to re-skill for career change.

Community Member

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OPPORTUNITIES

What do you see are the opportunities for distinctiveness for RMIT across these Directions?

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GR

I'm wondering if it might be worth some emphasis on the T in RMIT?

Gerard R.

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KD

I think that as a dual sector university RMIT is well placed to move forward with this. The idea o… See more

Karen D.

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CR

Multimodality is the key. Enabling our physical spaces with the ability to not just verbally talk at… See more

Ciaran R.

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CR

Ensuring our students have a truly accessible learning option for these increasingly important field… See more

Ciaran R.

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HN

It opens an opportunity to work with and exchange knowledge with colleagues on different campuses, c… See more

Huong N.

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AL

I think the mindful focus on low socio-economic students as a target group is a fantastic way for RM… See more

Alex L.

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RM

The global competitive environment is developing SDG leadership rapidly. It is important for RMIT to… See more

Renzo M.

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NS

Sustainability not only resonates with our students and staff, but it speaks to our capability in re… See more

Nick S.

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GR

A cross-disciplinary approach to research themes and capabilities (as supported by the Enabling Capa… See more

Gerard R.

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GR

An emphasis on the Sustainability Development Goals (e.g. in relation to urban development) seems a point of competitive distinction.

Gerard R.

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KEEP IT IN MIND

What should we keep front of mind as we step towards developing RMIT's next strategy?

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CM

SDGs represent an important mission. They are also sufficiently numerous and broad that they can be … See more

Community Member

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CM

To ensure our strategy is outward-looking, focusing on students and the impact of our research.

Community Member

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CR

Ensuring the research we conduct has a direct link and correlation to the community. Trips and place… See more

Ciaran R.

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CM

Please keep in mind that plain language and meaningful statements — i.e. phrasing that is clear and… See more

Community Member

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AL

One thing that really struck me about this paper was the lack of mentions of climate change. As a yo… See more

Alex L.

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JW

The current NEXT paper uses the world “sustainable” 19 times; whereas the words “climate”, … See more

Jerry W.

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GR

How are international students engaged through pandemic recovery?

Gerard R.

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GR

What does a hybrid learning / working situation look like? What is the priority / emphasis for face-to-face experiences?

Gerard R.

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CM

Building on existing work that is happening and has pivoted as a result of the current situation we're in.

Community Member

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