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23 Things?
23 Things is an online program designed to help students develop the digital capabilities needed to be successful in study, work and life. The program consists of 23 short topics or ‘things’ that introduce a technology or digital skill, providing information, activities and additional resources to explore. Curtin students can also attend online and face to face workshops which put the content into a practical context.

The program was initially funded by the Higher Education Participation and Partnerships Program.  It is modelled on, and inspired by, the many 23 Things programs that have been developed since the original program was run in 2006, including the University of Edinburgh 23 Things and 23 Things @Charles Darwin University.

The content has been created using H5P. Except where otherwise stated, it is licensed under a Creative Commons CC-BY-SA license and can be adapted and re-used. 23 Things has been developed as a “students as partners” project. Curtin Library employs students from diverse disciplines and backgrounds to create the content and assist in running the program.  Find out more about our student co-creators below.