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Migration, Identity and Translation Network (MITN) acts as a hub for researchers, teachers, students, and practitioners interested in any or all of our overlapping thematic areas.
MITN supports innovative collaborations between top educators at Monash and Warwick.
MITN brings together researchers from around the world to produce research on a wide range of subjects.
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An initiative launched by the Monash Sustainable Development Institute (MSDI) and supported by MEA, Teaching Online Meetup (TOM)is an interdisciplinary support network allowing educators and professionals to test out new tools and conduct hands-on activities to support online learning and promoting social connections in the classroom. An open and friendly community of practice, the TOMers meet every three weeks on Wednesday for an hour 12 PM to 1 PM to participate and share practical experiences aiming to increase interactive and social learning in an online environment.
In the last week of March, postgraduate students enrolled in APG5470 - Managing Multicultural Teams had the incredible opportunity to talk to current industry leaders about cultural diversity and intercultural competence in the workplace.
As we come to the end of 2020, an opportunity to reflect on what living through the Covid-19 pandemic meant for us professionally and personally is warranted. Dr Lucas Santos reflects on the issues that Covid-19 has brought to the forefront in relation to intercultural teaching and learning, and more than ever the importance of approaching our interactions and relationships from an intercultural standpoint.