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Unit of Study INDG6001 Australian Indigenous Knowledge and Engineering Futures (2025)

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On completion of this unit, students should be able to:

Explain Indigenous approaches to being and ways for understanding in the world, with a focus on Aboriginal peoples in Australian contexts

Examine the major Indigenous Knowledge theories including an examination of the contemporary and future-building potential of Indigenous Knowledge

Demonstrate an understanding that Indigenous Knowledge is a relational philosophy that underpins all human culture and provides potential for adaptation

Co-design and implement models for effectively ensuring respectful change, ethical sharing and care in Indigenous re-directive practice.

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