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Student caution on demand-driven system

The higher education system in Australia is changing at a rapid pace. Since the Review of Higher Education chaired by Professor Denise Bradley delivered its report in December 2008, the Federal Government has announced and implemented a range of structural reforms and further reviews into key policy areas. Students are starting to see the results of these changes on campus, with universities reacting to changed Government policy settings by altering their own structures and procedures. Groups in the sector with an eye to the future are increasingly concerned about the nature of what is to come as universities revisit everything from the basic structure of classes, to the blend of funding for teaching and research, to the increased use of digital information delivery as a method of teaching. 

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