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On the move – March

NAVITAS names new cfo Education provider Navitas has announced the appointment of Philip Mirams to the position of chief financial officer. With a background in finance, Mirams held the role of CFO of Automotive Holdings Group for five years, and ...

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On the move December

UTAS NAMES NEW VC Ethicist, educator and strategic consultant Professor Rufus Black has been appointed vice-chancellor and president at the University of Tasmania. Black is currently master of the University of Melbourne’s Ormond College and deputy chancellor of Victoria University,and ...

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Modernise coursework to suit the modern student

The way we work is being reshaped, redefined and reimagined with the continual emergence of new technologies. Organisations are adopting technology to increase efficiencies and outcomes, and go to market in new ways. This is stimulating change in every aspect ...

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Teens prefer print over e-books: study

New research shows teenagers still enjoy the age-old practice of sitting down and reading a hard-copy book. The preliminary findings of a study from Deakin University and Murdoch University researchers found that three-quarters of 12- to 16-year-olds prefer to read paper ...

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