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Asian Pacific American Heritage Festival.

Week One

This course introduces you to regional relations in the Asia-Pacific region, including Australia and New Zealand.

It uses the frameworks of the Social Sciences and International Relations to guide you on a self-directed investigation of historical and contemporary regional relations throughout Asia and the Pacific, the different societies that comprise the region, and current affairs in the region.

The course ultimately aims to foster more understanding of the region among students of the course, in order to facilitate better international cooperation and cross cultural communication in Asia and the Pacific.

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On successful completion of this module, you will be able to:
  • explain the approach taken in this course to studying regional relations in Asia and the Pacific,
  • explain what Open Educational Resources are, and understand how they will be used in this course to convey content relevant to the course objectives,
  • recognise and explain the value of becoming digitally literate for success in both your studies and your work life.