A student wakes up in their bedroom in the on-campus accommodation at the University of Tasmania. The student makes breakfast in the apartment’s kitchen before leaving to meet friends in the communal dining hall.
The student then catches the shuttle bus for a two minute ride down the hill to the main Sandy Bay (Hobart) campus. The student walks through campus environment to one of the cafés to buy coffee before heading off to a lecture.
The student takes a seat in the lecture theatre, along with the rest of the class group, and takes out notebook. The camera zooms into the student’s notebook where a series of images take the student, and viewers, on tours through many of UTAS’ unique learning facilities. The facilities visited include the towing tank at the Australian Maritime College, a Chemistry laboratory, the Plant Science hothouse, Engineering power lab, Human Interface Technology Laboratory Australia (HIT Lab AU), the moot court in the Law School, a simulation centre in the School of Nursing and Midwifery, complete with Sim-Man mannequins for hands-on learning, the exercise physiology clinic in the School of Human Life Sciences, School of Architecture and Design, the media lab with editing suites and live studios, the Conservatorium of Music and the facilities at the Academy of the Arts and the Tasmanian Art School.
When the student t exits from Tasmanian School of the Arts building, which is located on Hobart’s iconic waterfrontage, the student walks along the waterfront to Salamanca Place to finish the day of study by meeting friends in a café for pizza.
Authorised by the Director of Marketing
13 October, 2010