In 2021, Edith Cowan University (ECU) celebrates its 30th anniversary. ECU Library Research Services have compiled a selection of the interesting and diverse publications created by ECU researchers since 1991. One publication has been selected from Research Online, ECU's institutional repository, for each year that ECU has existed as a university. Viewed chronologically, this collection highlights how ECU's research began from a strong background in the field of education and quickly expanded to include sciences, engineering, nursing, medical and health sciences, visual and performing arts, business and law, while maintaining a strong emphasis on ECU's values of inclusion and diversity.The University has recently highlighted some key research priorities with the launch of ECU Strategic Research Institutes and Centres ensuring world-class research will continue to benefit the wider community.During the last 30 years ECU also expanded to three campuses within Western Australia. While 2021 is an opportunity to celebrate the past, we also look to the University of the Future, as ECU plans for it's new city campus.More information about each publication can be accessed on Research Online by following the URL links.Learn more about what ECU has achieved in the past 30 years:Celebrate! WAAPA Salutes ECU's 30th AnniversaryThe Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) proudly celebrated the 30th anniversary of Edith Cowan University in a spectacular gala concert at the Perth Concert Hall on 30th July 2021. More information is available at WAAPA's website.
Edith Cowan University has a strong focus on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander research, particularly initiatives led by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander researchers. This collection features a selection of research from Research Online, ECU’s institutional repository.Kurongkurl Katitjin, Edith Cowan University’s Centre for Indigenous Australian Education and Research, plays a vital role in assisting the University to meet its commitment to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. More research outputs from researchers affiliated with Kurongkurl Katitjin can be found in the repository.This collection features research about education, culture, language and health as well as publications that represent the past, present and future of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander research in Australia.