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The main findings of this report are based on the outcomes from the National Research Student Survey (NRSS) conducted in June 2010 across 38 of the 39 universities in Australia.
In total 11,710 Higher Degree by Research students (those enrolled in...
This article presents a review of the literature over the past 10 years into the use of technological interventions that tutors might use to encourage students to engage with and action the feedback that they receive on their assessment tasks. The authors...
The Australian Human Rights Commission welcomes the development of a national school curriculum, believing that the development of the Curriculum is a unique opportunity to ensure all young Australians develop an understanding and appreciation for human rights.
While the existing draft Curriculum includes some...
Increasing productivity by moving people from welfare to employment is a priority for the Australian Government. This report considers the complex issues of helping those marginalised from the labour market into employment.
Case studies of innovative intermediaries illustrate that both demand and supply factors...
The implications of the changes in the way China educates its people are far-reaching says Philipp Ivanov.
On the eighth of May this year China’s Suzhou University based in the eastern province of Jiangsu announced its plans to open a campus in Laos –...