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MOOCs may mean massive overtime

Unions say expansion of online offerings is already adding overburdening staff, adding to casualization. By Dallas Bastian. Massive open online courses (MOOCs) are on the rise in Australian universities and some are concerned that they will put more pressure on ...

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Let the campus fight back

With teaching numbers unable to match student growth, the idea of the huge university lecture has to be rethought. While K to 12 staff-to-student ratios have fallen over the past 30 years, higher education staff-to-student ratios have increased. Universities have ...

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The physical campus will endure

Universities must adapt to an ever-changing education landscape, but their basic appeal – good teaching in a rich environment – will remain. As the recent Ernst & Young report University of the Future has reminded us, all organisations are subject ...

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