ECMS equipped computer now in the Wirltu Yarlu study space
The Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences is pleased to announce that a computer has been equipped for ECMS purposes in the Wirltu Yarlu study space.
Based on the feedback of our students, it was important to have an easily accessible engineering-relevant computer in the study space to ensure students have the best opportunity to use this equipment.
The highly specced computer, located on level 1 of the Schultz Building, now hosts all of the necessary engineering, mathematics, computer science and architecture software that was only available in the CAT suites.
Thank you to ECMS Indigenous Student Mentor Laura Robinson from the Ask ECMS Team and the other staff involved in sourcing and installing this most valuable resource.
About Wirltu Yarlu
Wirltu Yarlu Aboriginal Education is responsible for recruiting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to the University's foundation and degree programs, administering the Access Pathway and providing support services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in the University and the delivery of the Indigenous Knowledge Major.
Wirltu Yarlu Aboriginal Education takes its name from the Kaurna language. Wirltu Yarlu is the name given to the sea eagle who, according to Kaurna storytelling, is always striving to soar higher than before.