How will digital content be delivered to university students? A digital pervasiveness blog

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The development of digital content for higher education is changing rapidly. Leon Sterling, Pro Vice Chancellor at Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne, explores developments over the last forty years and speculates on the future.

The innovation and migration challenge of mobile learning

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The most obvious step for learning organisations seems to be one towards mobility. Anthony Chung says we are only beginning to scratch the surface of the potential for mobile learning.

Regional universities make a difference

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Regional universities play a crucial role in providing local knowledge to rural communities. Professor Andrew Vann, Vice-Chancellor of Charles Sturt University, sees a mutual benefit for universities and their communities.

Why Australia needs a cyclists party

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The Australian Cyclists Party has recently been approved to be a registered Federal party. Its President and Founder Omar Khalifa says we need to rethink our priorities if we want to improve traffic congestion, our health and the environment.

Teaching is rocket science

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The Federal Government supports a program called Teach for Australia that aims to fast-track graduates into teaching. Maurie Mulheron, the President of the NSW Teachers Federation, says outfits like these are a fundamental attack on teaching qualifications.

Are we adequately building the resilience of young Australians as they transition from school to work?

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Young Australians experience disadvantage in the labour market for a number of reasons. Alexandra Loftus says we need to connect young people to the working world as early as possible to expose them to the realities of the job market.