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This community contains both refereed and non-refereed material relating to teaching and learning practice. It is produced by academic staff at the University of Technology, Sydney

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  • Pratt, Jonathan (4th International Conference for the Advancement of Organisational Excellence, Intergon, South Melbourne, 2003)
    Reforms in Australian higher education in the 1980s and 1990s have led to declining levels of real government funding to universities, particularly in the late 1990s, requiring universities to develop alternative revenue ...
  • Simmonds, Andrew (The Fifth Australasian Computing Education Conference, Fifth Australasian Computing Education Conference, Australian Computer Society, 2003)
    This is an analysis of the computer generated feedback from an industry certification course, as taught as part of a university unit. A method for extracting useful information from the available course evaluation data ...
  • Pratt, Jonathan (17th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM), Fremantle, 2003)
    Why did so many Australian universities embrace online learning technologies during the 1990s when there was little research or evaluation evidence to support their adoption? This paper will examine this research, drawing ...
  • Pratt, Jonathan; Pratt, Graham (4th International Conference for the Advancement of Organisational Excellence, Intergon, South Melbourne, 2003)
    Reforms in Australian higher education in the 1980s and 1990s have led to declining levels of real government funding to universities, particularly in the late 1990s, requiring universities to develop alternative revenue ...
  • Stead, Naomi. (the Second International Conference of the Association of Architecture Schools of Australasia, 2003)
    One of the most often-repeated aspirations of the contemporary university, to ‘teach students to think critically’, has been recited to the point of ubiquity in course and subject outlines, in schools of architecture as ...