JIndaola

Jindaola Best Practice Online Teaching Symposium | 26 November

November 18, 2021

The symposium is an opportunity to hear presentations from Jindaola’s past participants that showcases the changes they have made within their subjects, schools, units or ways of working to embed Aboriginal knowledges and perspectives.

Jindaola Grant Recipients 2021

July 8, 2021

As we celebrate NAIDOC week, I am delighted to announce the fifth round of the Jindaola Grants have been awarded for the year 2021, with for the first time, a team external to UOW joining the internationally acclaimed program that is led by Jade Kennedy and the Academic Development and Recognition team and has been strongly supported by LTC, in consultation with local Elders and Knowledge holders since 2016.

Calls for expressions of interest for Jindaola Grants: Embedding Aboriginal knowledges and perspectives into the curriculum

May 11, 2021

It is with great enthusiasm that the Executive Director Indigenous Strategy, through LTC, is offering the opportunity for faculties, disciplines, schools and units to apply for one of three grants of up to $15,000 each to engage in the award winning Jindaola program.

More teams join the journey: Jindaola grant recipients 2020

January 23, 2020

In a collaboration between the Office of the Pro Vice Chancellor (Inclusion & Outreach) and the Office of the Deputy Vice Chancellor (Education), the fourth round of Jindaola Grants have been awarded for the year 2020.

Jindaola’s clean sweep in international academic awards

November 13, 2018

An innovative program that weaves Indigenous Knowledges and perspectives through UOW’s teaching practice has been named the winner of the two major categories of the Australasian Academic Development Good Practice Awards.