There’s more in the Mail

In Features this morning Melissa Zaccagnini and colleagues warn safeguarding higher education from academic misconduct, “may restrict the very practices that are a cornerstone of 21st century learning.” It’s another essay in Commissioning Editor Sally Kift’s series in what we need now in teaching and learning.

And Susannah Marsden and Paul Abela  offer ideas for next week’s ATEM conference.

On Monday: Cathy Stone (Uni Newcastle) on students today, who they are and where they study.

And Wendy Ingram (Adelaide Medical School) presents, an insider’s view of an NHMRC investigator grant peer-review panel.


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