Island of Ideas.
Island life may have changed a little, but the ideas don't stop flowing.
We've taken our Public Lecture Series online, ensuring our mission of nurturing learning in the community is not interrupted.
In the last 18 months, more than 25,000 people took a front row seat across 40 webinars in our Island of Ideas program.
Audiences logged on from Tasmania and around the world, while speakers delivered talks locally, from interstate and from the United States, Britain, Singapore and New Zealand.
We delivered talks on everything from our Antarctic research to the US Presidential Election, urban renewal and the state's response to COVID-19.
Registering and logging on are simple, and you'll be able to interact with speakers through a Q&A function. You can watch our talks later, or share with friends and colleagues, on our YouTube channel.
The University of Tasmania has a proud history of sharing ideas through the public lectures and forums it provides free of charge to students, alumni and the wider community each year.
COVID-19 provided an unexpected opportunity to broaden our topics, speakers and audience, and this will continue with Island of Ideas.
Ideas debate and discussion will continue – for and from Tasmania.
You will need to register for our public lectures from the University's Events Calendar.
You will then be sent a confirmation email with a link to join the webinar via Zoom. When you click the link, you will be prompted to download the Zoom app, a quick and easy process. You can also click a link in the email to easily add the event to your calendar. More information is available from this Zoom Guide.
Thank you for joining our 2021 program. We are taking a break, so please catch up on some of our past content on the Island of Ideas YouTube channel. The program will recommence in February 2022.