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You are reading: NCSEHE eNews – Equity Insights: New developments in higher education

The latest edition of Equity Insights showcases national and international news, research, resources and events from the NCSEHE and our associates.

Featured in this issue:

  • Remote student insights reveal unique attributes and support requirements — Louise Pollard’s Equity Fellowship final report.
  • Measuring success: An innovative approach to evaluating Indigenous higher education — James Smith’s Equity Fellowship final report.
  • New National Priorities Pool projects database
  • In conversation with Visiting Fellow Sally Kift
  • Expert panel to review Australia’s Qualifications Framework
  • Building Legacy and Capacity Workshop Four
  • NCSEHE ‘Equity 2030’ webinar
  • 2018 Research Fellow Maria Raciti – Progress bulletin
  • NCSEHE Research Grants Program update
  • Inspiring student stories on myfuture website
  • Widening participation through the HEPPP: Case studies from Monash University; The University of Melbourne; and Griffith University
  • Release of the HESP Final report
  • National Education Opportunities Network (NEON) Summit
  • NDIS Pre-planning Toolkit released
  • and much more…

Read Equity Insights: New developments in higher education here.

Archived eNews issues are accessible here.