This unit is designed to provide student with the opportunity to work on an interdisciplinary project in one of the University's Indigenous Service Learning Hubs. Students will work on real-world projects that have been prioritised and identified by Indigenous communities, applying their disciplinary expertise and gaining valuable experience in working across disciplinary boundaries.
Weekend pre-placement preparation program (including cultural competency workshops) 10 day community placement 5 day optional return trip to the community at the end of semester, for students to present their final reports to the community. 4 x two hour post-placement seminars/workshops. The unit is not taught in or by the Law School; it is taught by the academic in the host faculty for the project, FASS.
Interdisciplinary Group Work (10%), 1x3000wd Group Project Report (40%), 1 x Community Engagement (10%), 1x1500wd Reflective Essay (20%), 1 x500wd Pre-placement Preparation (20%)
Required knowledge will vary by project.