Two Griffith University lecturers making educational science videos easily accessible for high school students have seen a surge in engagement on their Youtube channel, surpassing 50,000 subscribers.
The Griffith Film School have hosted a cast of Brisbane’s most successful animators broadcasting on YouTube, as well as key executives of the world’s largest online video platform in a symposium on developing successful digital enterprises. Supported by the Queensland Government, QUT, Screen Queensland and Creative Enterprise Australia, the Animation on YouTube day was attended […]
Creator Originals Awards generates potential global audience.
A new program announced today to boost Queensland’s rising digital workforce will see Griffith University working alongside local creators to produce global YouTube content. Launched by Deputy Premier and Minister for Trade Jackie Trad, the $900,000 Queensland Creative Entrepreneurship Program will see YouTube teaming up with Queensland Government, Griffith University’s LiveLab and QUT to offer […]
For the first time ever, Griffith’s December graduation ceremonies were streamed live on the web from Brisbane, Logan and the Gold Coast. This enabled the family and friends of our graduates to share in their special day no matter where they were in the world. We have now uploaded all 16 ceremonies to the Griffith […]