11 C
Canberra
Saturday, October 24, 2020

Tag: online

UC tackling family conflict in technology use

A UC research project that empowers families to navigate the risks and opportunities of online spaces has received a $100,000 grant.

Canberra’s arts and events sector prepares to RISE

The new RISE Canberra Calendar highlights events in the ACT region, using non-traditional methods to avoid mass gatherings while fostering jobs and economic stimulus in the local arts and events sector.

Strength for Life moves online to keep seniors moving

Diane Percy and the Strength for Life team are offering free weekly sessions via the COTA ACT Facebook page, to encourage older people to keep moving while at home.

Canberra arts go digital in the COVID-19 era

Over the course of the last month, the ramifications of the COVID-19 public gathering requirements have caused a shake-up in the Canberra arts scene.

Going online gets real as we inch towards full isolation

From the couch choir to YouTube yoga, online communities are flourishing, as the restrictions on social gatherings to fight against the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic become tighter and tighter.

ACT legal support services move to audio-visual communications

Legal support services in the ACT have moved to audio-visual communications to ensure the safety of the community and their staff.

Onsite to online auctions: ACT real estate industry adapts

New COVID-19 rules, announced by the Prime Minister on Tuesday night (24 March), now prohibit public open homes and onsite or in-room auctions.

Fake news checklist to fight against misinformation

Want to spot fake news when it appears in your feed? Responsible Technology Australia has some useful tips for our readers.

Handmade Market goes virtual

Instead of the usual Handmade Market at EPIC, organisers are taking Canberra’s popular design and food market online this weekend, from Saturday 21 March 10am to Sunday 22 March 4pm.

Beware romance scams

Canberrans are being urged to be on the lookout for online romance scams. ACT Commissioner for Fair Trading, David Snowden, said last...