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While much progress has been made in digitising content in the professional and academic sectors, many of the challenges facing both booksellers and publishers remain in the general book trade. In particular, there have been limited e-book sales worldwide to date, representing less than one...
This discussion paper is intended to assist in the implementation of culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) consumers, carer and community participation in the Victorian health care system and builds on existing Victorian government policies regarding participation in health care as well as ethnic health policy....
Dr Robin Derricourt says one small modification to the research funding model could deliver major gains in impact and productivity for Government, universities and individual academics alike.
At first appearance the numbers seem stark. Government is investing more and more public money...
Kevin Taylor from Cambridge University Press talks about the challenges and perspectives for academic publishers in the new digital environment.
Since 1984, every Australian federal election campaign except 1987 has featured at least one televised debate between the major party leaders. The debates have always generated considerable interest and significant media attention. International research suggests that coverage can influence perceptions of debates, for debate viewers...