Institute 361 | Community Events
Australian facilitator of GO, the ancient Chinese board game, to improve decision-making and strategic thinking in business and real-life scenarios.
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COMMUNITY EVENTS

GO Learn

Institute 361 is excited to run the GO Learn initiative at Curtin University Library since March 2017. Situated comfortably with the MakerSpace, GO Learn runs every Wednesday from 12.00 – 13.30 pm. All Curtin staff and students can participate at no cost and their time is recognised by the University as a wellness activity, which means that staff members can take time off work to play Go.

Drop-in to learn more about Go or visit Go Learn.

WHEN: Every Wednesday 12.00-13.30 pm
WHERE: Robertson Library Maker Space, Level 5, Curtin University, Kent Street/Hayman Road, Bentley Western Australia.

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Student Testimonial

GO Ninja

Institute 361 partners with the Autism Academy for Software Quality Assurance at Curtin University to provide free mentoring program for students with Autism Spectrum Disorder. The pilot program Go Ninja aims to maximise the potential of young people with Autism and to build life-long skills and confidence through the game of Go. The pilot program uses the unique combination of science and art, which the game of Go brings together.

WHEN: Four consecutive Saturdays, starting on the 26th August, through 2nd September, 9th September and finishing on the 16th September 2017 from 12.15-14.15pm
WHERE: Building 314 (New Technologies) at Curtin University, Kent Street/Hayman Road, Bentley, Western Australia.

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