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Union says ‘Uber-style’ peer to peer tutoring ‘not in students’ or staff’s best interests’

The NTEU has alleged that Peer Assisted Learning (PAL) online study company Studiosity's new peer-to-peer tutoring service for university students is "clearly not in either existing staff’s or students’ best interests".

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