5 Differences Between Vocational Education and Higher Education

Across the industrialised world, the emergence of a “skills gap” has led to renewed interest in vocational education. Schoolteachers with the best of intentions push children toward university, sometimes regardless of the child’s interest or specific abilities. This has led to not only a steep decline in young people entering the trades but al...

October 11, 2018 Darlo Higher Education Posted in Higher Education

5 Things to Consider Before Registering as a Higher Education Provider

5 Things to Consider Before Registering as a Higher Education Provider Higher education registration is a challenging process for even experienced administrations. For most higher education providers, however, registration is a basic necessity. Colleges and universities not on the Register lack the same credibility and legitimacy as those that comp...

April 23, 2018 Darlo Higher Education Posted in Higher Education, Regulation

Jordon Peterson – Why Start a Virtual University?

Why start a virtual university? Dr . Jordon Peterson suggests that it is time to start a Virtual University. With technology available, universities losing their mission, and a desire to create low-cost, accessible information, this is a significant challenge for large scale universities. When leading academics are abandoning the institution for gr...

April 19, 2018 Darlo Higher Education Posted in eLearning, Higher Education

The Dictatorship of the Offended

The Dictatorship of the Offended by James Hennen. This article was first published by the James G Martin Center for Academic Renewal. The article is written by James Hennen. Please support both the James G Martin Center and James Hennen's work. The original URL is here: https://www.jamesgmartin.center/2018/04/the-dictatorship-of-the-offende...

April 19, 2018 Darlo Higher Education Posted in Higher Education, Learning

3 Reasons to Outsource Curriculum Writing

3 Reasons to Outsource Curriculum Writing Many universities now outsource curriculum writing due to revolutionary changes in the academic world. Today’s higher education marketplace has gone global. At the same time, university administrators in some fields, especially mathematics and science have had to dip into a shrinking pool of talent. The i...

April 15, 2018 Darlo Higher Education Posted in eLearning, Higher Education, Learning

7 Tips to Write Academic Policies and Procedures

7 Tips to Write Academic Policies and Procedures Writing academic policies and procedures is necessary for any functioning higher education provider. Public institutions, especially universities, work under more scrutiny now than ever. With constant examination, prevalence of social media, and the 24-hour news cycle always looking for the next brea...

April 13, 2018 Darlo Higher Education Posted in Higher Education, Learning, Regulation

How to Make an Appeal to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT)

How to Appeal to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal on a TEQSA Decision Last summer, the University of Southern Queensland, with a worldwide student population of nearly 28,000, faced serious trouble. USQ’s regular application for National Register renewal got put on hold. Reports of internal problems and other issues at USQ reached TEQSA and ca...

April 06, 2018 Darlo Higher Education Posted in Higher Education, Regulation

Why US Universities Should Register in Australia

Why should US universities register in Australia? American universities looking for great opportunities to expand branch campus services abroad should consider the opportunities presented in Australia. The international education market has changed significantly in the 21st century. Having international higher education study options limited to ...

April 02, 2018 Darlo Higher Education Posted in eLearning, Higher Education, Regulation

The Social Life of Academia Symposium, University of Melbourne

DHE speaks at Higher Education Symposium Higher education in Australia is constantly undergoing change – new funding regimes, new ways to measure quality and performance, and new relationships between universities, TAFEs, high schools and other educational institutions. While public debate has mostly centred on student enrolments, equity in gover...

April 01, 2018 Darlo Higher Education Posted in eLearning, Higher Education

7 Tips to Engage Students with Academic Courses 

Professor Annalise Keating calls her course 'How to Get Away With Murder'. Instantly, her students sit up and take notice. Gone are all the textbook notions of "Criminal Law 101". Clearly, they're engaged and intrigued. It's a combination that few gifted professors achieve with their students and the ones who do make it look like a cake-walk. ...

March 30, 2018 Darlo Higher Education Posted in eLearning, Higher Education, Learning