This strategy document is the culmination of a detailed literature review, public submissions and responses to a series of issues papers, face-to-face consultations around Australia, and analysis of available data and evidence.
Drawing upon the insights of behavioural economics, this paper examines how learners access and use information, and what this implies for the design of public study and career choice websites that aim to effectively support student choice.
Alternative pathways into higher education open access annotated bibliography: enabling, foundation, access & bridging education
This open access, annotated bibliography has been curated by a collective of scholars who share an interest in enabling education as a form of alternative entry into higher education studies. The bibliography primarily has an Australian focus, although it also includes relevant literature written from...
VET to higher education pathways and transitions are a viable pathway option for Indigenous students, but further action is required to support such transitions.
Pathways to higher education: the efficacy of enabling and sub-bachelor pathways for disadvantaged students
This report details the findings of the Enabling programmes for disadvantaged student groups project, which was funded as part of the Australian Government Department of Education and Training National Priorities Pool funding 2014 round with the research undertaken in 2015.