A set of sub-sites on which lecturers share teaching materials/open educational resources in fourteen specialist areas of Economics. More than three hundred resources are available through the sites, each of which is led by a senior academic in that field.
This article examines the emergence of technology-enabled active learning environments and the reasons for their appearance. It explores three case studies and considers how effective they are in enhancing teaching and learning outcomes.
The 2010 annual monitoring report for the Tertiary Education Strategy provides baseline data to monitor progress against the 2010–15 Strategy. The report is framed around the seven priority areas of the Strategy. Each section discusses key indicators relating to the priority, includes a summary of key points and identifies key challenges for achieving the goals of the Strategy.
This report examines emerging technologies for their potential impact on and use in teaching, learning, and creative enquiry within higher education in Australia and New Zealand over a five-year time period.
This report to illustrate innovative and excellent practice in the areas of: communicating with prospective students; providing information, advice and guidance (IAG) to applicants; managing student expectations of university. It's written for the university sector, but is applicable across all tertiary education organisations.