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Equity in postgraduate education in Australia: Widening participation or widening the Gap?
This research was concerned with how well Australian universities have performed against the widening participation agenda in relation to the postgraduate cohort in the period 2006–16.
WIL Wellbeing: Exploring impacts of unpaid practicum on student wellbeing
Research identified the importance of institutional and community support to promote student wellbeing in Work Integrated learning (WIL). The insights offered by this report informed recommendations for universities and registration/accreditation bodies to improve WIL student outcomes through the refinement of program policies and practices.
Social Marketing Strategy for low SES Communities
This report outlines the findings of the project ‘Social Marketing Strategy for low SES Communities Research and Strategy Phase’. The objective of the project was to ‘research and design an appropriate, cost effective national social marketing campaign targeted at low SES students and communities that will assist universities to increase awareness of, and raise aspiration to, higher education.
Culturally Inclusive Learning for Indigenous Students in a Learning Management System
The project aimed to identify cultural needs of Indigenous students in the online learning environment and articulating culturally inclusive learning for Indigenous students in an LMS. Based on the literature review in the fields of culturally inclusive learning, online and blended learning, and Aboriginal pedagogies, we created a conceptual framework for culturally inclusive learning.
Should we scrap the ATAR? What are the alternative options? Experts comment
The value of the ATAR is being called into question. Many Australian vice-chancellors have urged for the university admission system to be scrapped, saying it’s “meaningless” and “too simplistic”. But is scrapping the ATAR the answer? Does it really penalise disadvantaged students? And what are the alternative options? The Conversation speaks to experts from across the sector to debate how best to select students.
Transitioning from vocational education and training to university: strengthening information literacy through collaboration
The aim of this project was to understand the information literacy experiences on both sides of the VET-to-university transition in order to develop a targeted information literacy support framework that would aid students transitioning to university.