Improving cyber security self-efficacy for remote working
How can organisations motivate their employees to comply with IT security measures when working remotely?
RMIT alumnus determined to enhance education with EdTech
After receiving news that her application for a Chevening scholarship was successful, RMIT alumnus Nguyen Hong Nhu was determined to use the opportunity to gain new perspectives on how to leverage technology to transform learning and teaching, support access and inclusion, and improve educational outcomes for all.
How cigarette butts can be recycled into bricks: a step-by-step plan
Researchers have shown how industries could work together to recycle cigarette butts into bricks, in a step-by-step implementation plan for saving energy and solving a global littering problem.
COVID-19 and gold price jump: FAQ on investments and economic impact
While gold has long been considered a safe-haven investment in uncertain and highly volatile markets, two RMIT University finance specialists say it’s important for investors to think cautiously, understand their goals, and increase their knowledge about how gold investments work to make sure it matches their tolerance for risk.