Education & Training

Report
29 August 2016

This research report in August 2016, which examines the role of Vocational Education and Training (VET) in meeting the skills required for Australia's growth.

Book
26 August 2016

This volume commemorates the 50th anniversary of ANU's Strategic and Defence Studies Centre while detailing the evolution of strategic studies in Australia and the contribution of academia and...

Audio interviewAudio program
26 August 2016

Interview with Apple co-founder, Steve Wozniak, about his belief that Australia has the technical expertise to compete on the world's innovation stage.

Audio interviewAudio program
25 August 2016

Australia's vocational education sector is expressing frustration today that, despite tough talk from the federal government, there is still no detail on its plan to crack down on extortionate...

Audio interviewAudio program
25 August 2016

Interview with Federal Education and Training Minister, Simon Birmingham, to discuss the Turnbull Government's plans to crack-down on unscrupulous private training providers.

EvaluationReport
23 August 2016

This report identifies ways to build thoughtfully on National Institute for Technology in Liberal Education's (NITLE) legacy to support the use of digital technologies in liberal education.

Discussion paper
23 August 2016

This research synthesis draws on the literature on work-based learning and work-integrated learning to identify how engagement with industry and employers can be fostered, and what the two sectors...

Article
23 August 2016

This release from DASSH rejects claims in the media questioning the merits of funding of research projects and challenging the integrity of the Australian Research Council (ARC).

Article
22 August 2016

Sydney’s Daily Telegraph is suffering one of their frequent relapses into frothy-mouthed panic about government wastage on research grants, writes Rob Brooks.

Report
18 August 2016

New Zealand’s interest-free student loan scheme has not achieved its policy objectives and fails to help students from poorer backgrounds access tertiary education, according to this report.