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New Vice-Chancellor of Melbourne University Duncan Maskell. Photo: Mark Stewart/ News Corp Australia

How five Australian universities are dealing with the new normal

As Australia continues to be affected by the COVID-19 pandemic and deal with the economic fallout, a number of universities are communicating to their staff their much-needed entitlements as well as the imperative to move online, delay the start of semesters and alter assessments.

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