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Support for the arts

The arts, social sciences and humanities will benefit from a new strategy to develop teaching practice.t for the deans council. Hay, the 2006 recipient of the Prime Minister’s Award for University Teacher of the Year, plans to tackle two key ...

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I love TNE

Transnational education programs may have peaked a couple of years ago and its hard to tell where this particular corner of international education is headed, writes Stephen Connelly.TNE) programs over the past 17 years. My first experience of TNE was ...

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VET briefs

Greening Australia’s apprentices for Indian students wanting to study abroad. Newly released AEI statistics show a 31 per cent annual increase for the quarter to end March in Indian students commencing in Australian education, including a 14 per cent jump ...

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International briefs

India pushes for commonality among Commonwealth countriestation for the awarding of degrees. But student opposition is widespread and heated, with one campus occupation lasting several months. Hard times at British libraries Research libraries in the US are being pummelled by ...

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Research briefs

Skymapper’s to capture the southern skiespring Observatory. SkyMapper is a custom-built telescope that over five years will undertake the Southern Sky Survey – the first ever systematic digital map of the entire southern skies. In the process, it will produce ...

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