There’s more in the Mail

In Features this morning

“The pandemic provided the opportunity to develop new, innovative and inclusive on-line work integrated learning experiences”– the Australian Collaborative Education Network sets the scene for a series in Commissioning Editor Sally Kift’s “Needed now in learning and teaching”

plus Ginny Barbour (Open Access Australasia) on the White House’s big move on research open access move. It’s a global game-changer, she explains.

with James Guthrie (Macquarie U) who urges the University Chancellors Council to make mandatory its now voluntary code on VC remuneration


The QILT results are out Sarah Crossing and Jack Goodman from Studiosity discuss what they reveal for learner engagement (it goes down, cheating goes up), friction between teaching and research rankings and the alarming evidence that international students are way less happy than locals. A stand-out discussion on the most important student opinion measure of the year, (Expert Opinion ep 12) HERE.

and Sven Rogge (Australian Institute of Physics) on the ARC and pre-prints, research translation and why medicine gets so much money, (Expert Opinion ep, 11)  HERE