There’s more in the Mail

In Features this morning   

The pitch for merging Uni Adelaide and Uni SA is it would, “unlock benefits far beyond collaboration and scale, making transformational investments in both teaching and research,” (CMM December 8). It might well work for research – as Nicholas Fisk and Daniel Owens (UNSW) explain HERE.

plus Robert Vanderburg and Anthony Weber (both CQU) on students as partners against cheating. Sally Kift’s first 2023 selection for her series, Needed now in learning and teaching, HERE.

and Amanda Janssen (Uni SA) and Amy Milka (Uni Adelaide) report on academic integrity experts responding to the challenge of ChatGPT, HERE

with invigilated exams are not all that Merlin Crossley cracks them up to be, argue Raoul Mulder and Sarah French, (Uni Melbourne, Centre for the Study of Higher Education). They make the contra case, HERE.