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Revisiting ‘how we learn’ in academia: practice‐based learning exchanges in three Australian universities
Ideas of ‘how we learn’ in formal academic settings have changed markedly in recent decades. The primary position that universities once held on shaping what constitutes learning has come intoExpand
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An Australian study of graduate outcomes for disadvantaged students
Abstract Whether or not disadvantaged students are realising the same benefits from higher education as their peers is of fundamental importance to equity practitioners and policymakers. DespiteExpand
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Regenerating the academic workforce: the careers, intentions and motivations of higher degree research students in Australia: findings of the National Research Student Survey (NRSS)
Abstract 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 totalExpand
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Australian regional higher education: student characteristics and experiences
This study was undertaken for the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations (DEEWR) by the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER) during May, June and July of 2010. ItExpand
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Enacting strategies for graduate employability: How universities can best support students to develop generic skills
The project ‘How universities can best support students to develop generic skills: Enacting strategies for graduate employability’ was led by Curtin University in partnership with the University ofExpand
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An international assessment of bachelor degree graduates' learning outcomes
This paper examines rationales, aspirations, assumptions and methods shaping an international assessment of learning outcomes: the OECD’s Assessment of Higher Education Learning Outcomes (AHELO)Expand
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Investigating the relationship between equity and graduate outcomes in Australia
Australian higher education equity policy focusses mostly on access and participation with the implicit assumption that disadvantage will be ameliorated through educational achievement. Less is knownExpand
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Higher education & community benefits : the role of regional provision.
This is the fifth research briefing in the Joining the Dots series for 2011. This briefing explores the role of higher education provision in regional areas and its impact on students and localExpand
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