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Grattan report ‘flawed’

The Grattan report is seriously flawed in concluding that the problem with teaching engagement in Australia is due to too much emphasis on research, an Australian academic who has taught in the US says. Dr David Palmer a senior lecturer ...

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Canberra saddles up with the Brumbies

A deal between the University of Canberra and the Brumbies rugby union team will provide great opportunities for students, says vice-chancellor Stephen Parker, but the union says the financial details need to be made public. In a first for an ...

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Relax, we have been here before

When it comes to mergers, unis and TAFEs can calm their nerves by looking at the absorbtion of colleges 25 years ago, writes Stuart Middleton. In discussions it is all very well to know were you want to end up ...

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