The program has been involved in the following multimedia projects that showcase innovative uses of multimedia technologies for teaching, scholarship, research, and learning.
Interactive games, animations, and educational material offer a compelling opportunity to learn and engage with Greek myth and classical culture. Winged Sandals was awarded the Gold World Medal in the Education category of the prestigious New York Festivals 2004 Interactive Awards.
In 2004, Winged Sandals was also awarded the top Australian new media accolade of the Best of the Best at the AIMIA Awards, the AIMIA award for Best e-learning or Reference and prizes at the SXSWeb Media Festival and the Flash Forward Festival Awards.
Winged Sandals is a co-production between the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, the University of Melbourne and the Classics and Archaeology program.
- Associate Professor Chris Mackie
- Dr Christopher Gribbin
- Ms Annabel Orchard
The Virtual Museum
Commencing in 1996, this project developed a comprehensive database catalogue of 2400 antiquities in the Classics and Archaeology Collection at the Ian Potter Museum of Art.
The Classics and Archaeology Virtual Museum is a collaborative project with the Ian Potter Museum of Art, the Multimedia Education Unit, and Arts Business Centre IT.