This article argues that the astonishing uptake of Academia.edu both reflects and amplifies the self-branding imperatives that many academics experience.
This report examines trends in participation in vocational education and training, and attainment of vocational qualifications, among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people during 2002–15....
The dearth of women in leadership positions raises a red flag for the quality of Australia’s economic decision-making.
Too many students and not enough classrooms. How did government's get it so wrong?
The specific aim of this project was to examine and summarise current international policies and practices regarding teacher evaluation, evaluate these systems, and subsequently inform the...
With iPads becoming popular as 1:1 devices in many classrooms, this study of four schools explores the impact of iPads on pedagogy and the changes that were evident.
This ACARA fifth National Assessment Program (NAP) – science literacy report shows Australian Year 6 students’ science literacy levels have remained static.
Outlining the staggering amount of change in key UK government policies over the last five decades, this paper argues that reinvention leads to huge waste and little progress.
This article presents findings from a University of Minnesota study of first-year students’ use of academic library resources and their learning outcomes.