There’s more in the Mail

In Features this morning

Frank Larkins explains COVID-19 will be worse for international education numbers in Australia than competing countries. And some unis here will do way-worse than others. Plus research, heavily funded by international student fees, will take a big hit.

Plus, the eight-elements in open-learning students most want. Dominique Parrish, Allan Christie and Chris Campbell lay them out. It’s a new essay in Commissioning Editor Sally Kift’s series on what’s needed now in teaching and learning.

And Alex Maritz and colleagues, on Australian entrepreneurship, a way to bounce back after the virus passes.

As well as Merlin Crossley  on the pandemic: if we buy enough time science will deliver 

Michael Sankey warns about e-exams, technical solutions that may not help.