Indigenous Knowledge in the Built Environment: A Guide for Tertiary Educators

David Jones, Daryl Low-Choy, Richard Tucker, Scott HEYES, Grant Revell, Susan Bird

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Abstract

The Guide is purposely intended as a teaching and learning resource kit for built environment (architecture, landscape architecture, planning) academics, students and professional practitioners. Not exhaustive, it is a substantive starting point
for aiding the formulation of units/courses/programs of study, as well as professional practice activities, that address, involve, and implicate Indigenous issues, topics, places, representatives and communities.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationCanberra
PublisherOffice for Learning and Teaching
Commissioning bodyCommonwealth Department of Education and Training
Number of pages60
ISBN (Electronic)9781760511654, 9781760511661
ISBN (Print)9781760511647
Publication statusPublished - Aug 2018

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    Jones, D., Low-Choy, D., Tucker, R., HEYES, S., Revell, G., & Bird, S. (2018). Indigenous Knowledge in the Built Environment: A Guide for Tertiary Educators. Office for Learning and Teaching. https://ltr.edu.au/resources/ID12-2418_Deakin_Jones_2018_Guide.pdf