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RMIT University acknowledges the people of the Woi wurrung and Boon wurrung language groups of the eastern Kulin Nation on whose unceded lands we conduct the business of the University. RMIT University respectfully acknowledges their Ancestors and Elders, past and present. RMIT also acknowledges the Traditional Custodians and their Ancestors of the lands and waters across Australia where we conduct our business. – Artwork created by Louisa Bloomer.

The first report outlines the opportunity areas for a digital CBD and the broad research areas and agenda we are undertaking as part of developing a digital roadmap for Victoria.

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RMIT Acumen blog post.

Engagement with industry, government and society and development of public policy recommendations.

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A program of high-quality academic research building and evidence base and theoretical understandings to underpin the value and contribution of a Digital CBD initiative.

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RMIT Research Centres the Blockchain Innovation Hub, Centre for Cyber Security Research and Innovation and the Digital Ethnography Research Centre have come together to conduct large scale research into the acceleration of digital technology directly impacted by Covid-19 and consequently, the opportunity areas for a digital CBD.

A multi-disciplinary research centre that brings researchers from across RMIT to bring a truly multidisciplinary approach to the organisational, human and technology aspects of Cyber Security.

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The first report outlines the opportunity areas for a digital CBD and the broad research areas and agenda we are undertaking as part of developing a digital roadmap for Victoria.

The Digital Ethnography Research Centre (DERC) applies cutting edge ethnographic approaches to better understand how digital tech impacts our present lives and potential futures.

Development of measures toward an index that focuses on the digital infrastructures, secure supply chains, cybersecurity capabilities and other relevant indicators such as policy and adoption/readiness in order to benchmark Melbourne, its regions and precincts, with its position in the global digital economy.

The Age article – July 12, 2021.

Towards a Digital CBD.

Watch this recording to gain an insight of the research agenda and an overview of the first report – The Future of the Digital CBD: Melbourne and Beyond .

New report says Melbourne is perfectly placed to re-imagine itself through a Digital CBD.

The Age opinion piece by Economics Editor Ross Gittins.

Listen to our expert panellists Distinguished Professor Jason Potts, Professor Tania Lewis, Associate Professor Chris Berg, Professor Matt Warren and RMIT’s Policy & Impact Executive Director Tom Bentley, discuss the economical, social, cultural, policy and security issues around a Digital CBD.

The RMIT Blockchain Innovation Hub is the world’s first research centre on the social science of blockchain. Bringing together economics, sociology, public policy and political economy to provide a new way to understand the global blockchain evolution.

A strategic roadmap developed across the reports for cross-sector adjustments to the post-COVID digital environment including proposals for piloted use cases at the end of each themed report.

Acknowledgement of country.

Centre for Cyber Security Research and Innovation.

RMIT University acknowledges the people of the Woi wurrung and Boon wurrung language groups of the eastern Kulin Nation on whose unceded lands we conduct the business of the University. RMIT University respectfully acknowledges their Ancestors and Elders, past and present. RMIT also acknowledges the Traditional Custodians and their Ancestors of the lands and waters across Australia where we conduct our business.

So, behind me is building 80, where business students spend most of their time. It also has over 80 learning and teaching spaces.

So, we’ve just arrived at Job Shop, where any of our students can come to talk about all things career-related. So, the staff here can give you advice on resume or cover letters, find job opportunities, career consultations and info on industry and mentoring advice.

Welcome everyone, my name is Lily and today I’m going to give you a tour of RMIT’s city campus.

At Ngarara Willim, we provide a safe space for Indigenous students to come and get together on a social and educational level. We also provide cultural needs as well. And also, we have tutoring for Indigenous students to come and have some free learning experiences. And we also have social events for students to get together and become a mob as well.

Let’s finish off the tour at one of my favourite RMIT locations, The Capitol Theatre. Maybe they’ll be showing a movie.

Melbourne city campus tour.

Just off Swanston Street is one of the most important cinemas in Australian history, The Capitol Theatre. It was designed by Marion and Walter Burley Griffin and constructed in 1924. It’s been recently reimagined by RMIT as a hub for culture and education and hosts live productions, screenings, talks and workshops.

So, this is building 100, our Design Hub, home to all things architecture and design. Let’s take a little look. So, this is our Design Hub Gallery, where talented students showcase their work.

So, this is RMIT’s Medical Hub, where you can book an appointment with one of our GPs for a range of health services. And don’t forget, bulk billing is available to all students enrolled at Australian universities.

If you’re a fitness nut or just like riding your bike to campus, this is our dedicated bike hub, where you can store it securely throughout the day. You just need a student card to get in and out.

RMIT’s facilities and buildings are constantly evolving and expanding to meet the demands of contemporary university life. Across the campus you’ll find new award-winning buildings like the Swanston Academic Building and the Design Hub, and outdoor recreational spaces including the Alumni Courtyard and the A’Beckett Urban Square.

We’ve reached our advanced manufacturing precinct, where loads of cool research takes place, bringing together design and engineering. They do a lot of specialised 3-D printing here. In fact, Australia’s first-ever custom-made spinal implant was made right here.

This is building 94, where you’ll find Carlton Library and our vocational design and screen and media students.

Unlike other university campuses, it isn’t closed off, or surrounded by walls – City campus life is Melbourne city life.

RMIT Connect is the place for current students to seek advice on timetables and enrolment, help with tech set-up, university exchange and other global experience programs and heaps more. If you book an appointment, they’ll even send you a text, so you don’t have to wait.

Let’s head into the Campus Store. The Redbacks are RMIT’s official sports team and this is their mascot. Go Redbacks!

So, there are a ton of cool places on campus to hang out and relax. Or if you’d like to shoot some hoops, a basketball court. [Cheering and applause]

Being right in the heart of Melbourne, there are a ton of trains and trams they can take you where you want to be. Right next to our city campus, we have the beautiful State Library, where you can come study and get inspired.

Melbourne is super well known for its food and coffee scene and there are a ton of places to eat and drink on campus. So, you’ll never run out of places to try. And Standing Room is one of my favourites. Thank you.

At RMIT, we recognise the unique culture and contribution that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people bring to our community. So, I’m here with Kaley from our Ngarara Willim Centre.

There are plenty of cheap and healthy food and drink outlets offering breakfast, lunch, coffee, snacks and drinks. You’ll also be in walking distance to hundreds of local restaurants and cafes, Melbourne Central and QV food courts and the famous Queen Victoria Market.

Take a look around RMIT’s Melbourne City Campus! Join our student host, Lily, as she takes you on a whirlwind tour of RMIT’s fantastic spaces and facilities.

Our City campus has 45,000 students studying in across all major interest areas. The campus has been an integral part of Melbourne’s character for more than one hundred years.

RMIT was founded in 1887. So, some of our buildings, including this one, are heritage listed and an important part of Melbourne’s history. Let’s keep going.

So, this is our multilevel library off Swanston Street. We’ve got high-speed Wi-Fi, computers, helpful librarians and plenty of spots to chill out with a book or study. In fact, there are over 50 dedicated study spaces on campus.

So, right now we are heading down Bowen Street, which is where all kinds of Uni events happen. So, if you are heading to orientation, to an expo or meeting up with one of our many student clubs, chances are you’ll find yourself here a lot. No matter what you study at RMIT, there is a collective group or a club that will be perfect for you. Woodworking, jujitsu, hip-hop, you name it.

If you’re looking for advice on applying to study, pathways to different programs or just important days to remember, then Study at RMIT is the place to go.

The campus is accessible by public transport and provides key features such as libraries, study spaces, wi-fi, childcare and a bustling fitness centre.

Take a look around RMIT’s Melbourne City Campus! Join our student host, Lily, as she takes you on a whirlwind tour of RMIT’s fantastic spaces and facilities.

Melbourne City campus is located in the cosmopolitan heart of the “world’s most liveable city” and is surrounded by public transport, restaurants, cafes, theatres, galleries and parks.

I hope you enjoyed the tour of our beautiful city campus. And remember, if you have any questions about studying, our friendly team at the Study at RMIT Centre are more than happy to help you out. We’ll see you soon.

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RMIT University acknowledges the people of the Woi wurrung and Boon wurrung language groups of the eastern Kulin Nation on whose unceded lands we conduct the business of the University. RMIT University respectfully acknowledges their Ancestors and Elders, past and present. RMIT also acknowledges the Traditional Custodians and their Ancestors of the lands and waters across Australia where we conduct our business. – Artwork created by Louisa Bloomer.

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RMIT University acknowledges the people of the Woi wurrung and Boon wurrung language groups of the eastern Kulin Nation on whose unceded lands we conduct the business of the University. RMIT University respectfully acknowledges their Ancestors and Elders, past and present. RMIT also acknowledges the Traditional Custodians and their Ancestors of the lands and waters across Australia where we conduct our business.

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