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On the Move – May 2016 (Monash, CDU, UniSA, Melbourne, ASQA)

Tyrell joins Tafe Directors Former Australian Government international education counsellor to Beijing and Thailand Jen Tyrell has been appointed director of international education for TAFE Directors Australia (TDA). In a statement announcing the appointment, TDA chief executive Martin Riordan praised Tyrell’s ...

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The paper chase

Here’s the inside word on how to get published in a peer journal, from two who know what it takes. By Erin Mayo. Getting published in an academic journal is a career highlight, and one that takes plenty of preparation ...

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Market value

Researchers need to explore all avenues for promoting their work.  The University of Newcastle’s deputy vice-chancellor research and innovation, Kevin Hall, speaks to Antonia Maiolo about the importance of developing a marketing strategy for your next research project. CR: Why is ...

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So much to accommodate

Demand for student housing is booming and universities are piling on the amenities to compete for business. By Erin Mayo. Student accommodation has come a long way from the days of dorm rooms with shared kitchens and bathrooms. Today it’s ...

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Journey for two

The merger of Kangan and Bendigo is designed to bring financial stability and a supportive new organisational structure. By Grant Sutherland. On May 23, Kangan Institute and Bendigo TAFE formally announced they have agreed to merge. The premier of Victoria ...

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Getting ahead of the game

You find the perfect position and dust off your CV. But is it enough? Recruiters reveal how to be the leader of the candidate pack. By Dallas Bastian. When it comes to applying for a position as a lecturer or academic ...

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Opinion: Equity in subsidies serves students

There is little justification for lower levels of Commonwealth support for private higher education providers. By Adrian McComb. Some university vice-chancellors seem to want to determine what level of Commonwealth support students enrolling with their competitors should receive. This is ...

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Team spirit

Collaboration in every direction is fundamental to creating institutions for an ever-adapting future, says this change manager. By Antonia Maiolo. Encouraging the participation of university staff in decision-making can help create a positive attitude toward change and improve university operations. Graham ...

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Code makers

It’s a golden age for software engineers as technology embeds itself ever deeper in our lives, and offers solutions to global problems.By Dallas Bastian. A Swinburne University of Technology lecturer has received an international education award for his outstanding and ...

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Creeping

A recent blog entry for Cambridge Dictionaries Online (June 23, 2014) recorded a new use of the word creeping to mean “secretly viewing online information about someone”. This usage combines the idea of stealth behind the verb to creep with the suggestion that someone who does ...

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