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Law schools need their doctors

Highly qualified and experienced academics enrich legal education, writes Patrick Keyzer.  In the April 30 edition of Campus Review, Professor Lee Stuesser, who has recently been appointed Foundation Dean at Lakehead University in Canada, wrote an article in which he ...

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What international students need from teachers

 Course facts and figures from teachers are not enough for many foreign students, it’s that little bit of extra ‘life’ support that can really help, writes Arfa Noor.  Friends and fellow students have often questioned my decision to start my ...

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Being TEQSA Ready

In light of the advent of the new regulatory and quality regime that TEQSA heralds, Campus Review is running a series of eight articles by members of the Discipline Scholars Network under the banner Being TEQSA Ready. The Discipline Scholars’ Network was ...

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Some complementary medicine OK: Dwyer

There is room in Australian universities for the study of complementary medicine, the co-founder of a science lobby group says. Dr John Dwyer, an emeritus professor at the University of NSW, said the Friends of Science in Medicine (FSM) considered ...

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Sum of us, not some of us: mathematicians

 Leading academics are calling for a campaign to make maths appeal to students and increase the number of teachers. By Jennifer Bennett. The federal government should appoint a national adviser in mathematics and set up a campaign to raise awareness ...

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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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Lecturer lost to the Facebook jungle

It’s 4.40pm on a Friday and every student is staring at me attentively. They are not peering at Facebook, they are not tweeting, and there’s complete silence in the classroom. I’d like to say this is because I’m such a great ...

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NT backs multilingual approach

The coverage of the NT languages policy in  Education Review  and Campus Review deserves a response in the interests of balance and accuracy. The draft policy and associated guidelines, “Literacy Framework for Students with English as an additional language” can be easily ...

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