The Master of Transdisciplinary Research and Innovation programme aims to develop work-ready graduates, able to contribute to business-led innovation and applied research by working on industry-provided themes or proposals in work place environments.  

A range of Assessment Rubric Templates

This online resource site provides learners with the required synchronous and asynchronous functionality to;

  • access required resources to complete tasks.
  • communicate with peers, industry experts and mentors
  • participate in organised symposiums, workshops and presentations. 

This Individual Virtual Research Environment (IRVE) Demonstrator  provides participants with an overview of the synchronous and asynchronous functionality available to;

  • Configure private research spaces to conduct research.
  • Administer and manage research tasks in a secure environment.
  • Use a range of multimedia tools communicate with peers, industry experts and partners
  • Initiate symposiums, workshops and presentations across distributed locations
  • Disseminate findings to a wide audience.