Online Community of Practice (CoP) as a collectivist learning tool for a culturally diverse postgraduate student group

@inproceedings{Ryan2006OnlineCO,
  title={Online Community of Practice (CoP) as a collectivist learning tool for a culturally diverse postgraduate student group},
  author={Charmaine Ryan and Vijaya Gururajan},
  year={2006}
}
Australian Bureau of Statistics reveals that many overseas students were enrolled in Australian Tertiary education in 2004, indicating 8.6% increase in overseas students from 2003. While higher education institutions, typically universities, are increasingly reliant on fee paying students, academics are struggling to meet the educational needs of an increasingly diverse student group. Many students’ educational experience involved teaching and learning method and assessment expectations… CONTINUE READING

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