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 Garry Carnegie (RMIT) and James Guthrie (Macquarie U) wondered whether Queensland universities recognised the COVID-19 business risk before the pandemic reached us, so they read their annual reports. The University of Queensland saw a possibility of a $100-$200m revenue hit in first semester. But most of the others did not see it coming.

Darci Taylor (Deakin U) tips a hat to uni teachers who are meeting the on-line challenge. This week’s story in Commissioning Editor Sally Kift’s series on what’s needed now in teaching and learning.

How Flinders U uses Microsoft platforms to keep its community informed on COVID-19.

Lin Martin asks how on-line assessment compares to in-class for professional accreditation. Michael Sankey responds .


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