For more than 100 years, Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne, Australia has been on a mission to provide higher education to students who wouldn’t otherwise have access to it. That mission helps thousands of students every year pursue successful careers and make an impact, socially and economically. In an increasingly digital world, Swinburne knows graduates need new skills to succeed, and it’s working hard to prepare them for a digital future.
“Our job is to inspire future-ready learners – graduates with a sense of purpose and the ability to adapt as they work to make a difference,” says Sarah Maddison, pro vice-chancellor, Academic Innovation and Change at Swinburne University. “Digital literacy is critical to achieving that goal, not only for students but also for our faculty and staff.”
Maddison led the initiative at Swinburne University to become an Adobe Creative Campus – the first university in Australia to do