Films from Science and Natural History Filmmaking students at the Centre for Science Communication.
WildFlicks.com At Otago On iTunes U
The Audio-Visual Support and Development Unit (AVSDU) includes Information Technology Services and Higher Education Development Centre staff. They produce videos, animations and interactive animations for a wide range of purposes, from simple clips/inserts for lectures or websites to broadcast quality documentaries and web-based productions.
This showcase includes productions from the past 30 years.
A series of short interviews with inspirational academics at the University of Otago.
Video on iTunes U Audio on iTunes U
Inaugural Professorial Lectures
Open Public Lectures
Inaugural Professorial Lectures, public lectures and events from the School of Business.
Health Sciences Lectures
Inaugural Professorial Lectures, public lectures and events from the Division of Health Sciences.
Inaugural Professorial Lectures, public lectures and events from the Division of Humanities.
Inaugural Professorial Lectures, public lectures and events from the Division of Sciences.
Quality Forums at the University of Otago are a relaxed series of presentations and discussions aiming to:
- promote the sharing of good practice at Otago
- promote contact between staff and students from across the University
- focus on positive experiences as a way of rewarding and celebrating excellence and innovation.
Life at Otago
What's life like at the University of Otago?
News and events from the University of Otago.
Presentations and interviews from the Science Festival and Hands on Science.
Music & Performing Arts
Marama Hall Lunchtime Programme
Weekly lunchtime performances during semester from staff, students, or visitors to the Department of Music, University of Otago.
Contemporary Music Programme
Recordings from the staff and students at the Department of Music, University of Otago.
The God Boy - An Opera
"The God Boy" was written in 2003-4 while the composer was a lecturer at the University of Otago. The libretto was written several years earlier by Jeremy Commons, based on the famous novel by New Zealander, Ian Cross.
In 2004 Opera Otago staged the first production in the Mayfair Theatre in Dunedin, with four performances running from October 1st-8th. This production was included as part of the Otago Festival of the Arts, and received funding from Creative NZ.
It was recorded on October 4th at Albany Street Studios, Dunedin, with assistance of a University of Otago Humanities Grant. Mixing and mastering was completed by Stu Harwood.
Information Technology on Campus
Monthly information technology seminars hosted by Information Technology Services (ITS), University of Otago.
ITS Training Monthly Tips
Monthly tips and hints from IT Training at the University of Otago, New Zealand.