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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

Great news – no rape crisis on our campuses

With appreciation to Bettina Ardnt for permission to reproduce this post. First featured on http://www.bettinaarndt.com.au/news/great-news-no-rape-crisis-on-our-campuses/  Bettina Ardnt on August 2, 2017 in News Now a very welcome post-script to my recent blog about the rape crisis on campus. Yesterday I wrote about the release of the Hum...

March 14, 2018 Darlo Higher Education Posted in Higher Education

Higher Education Consultants and “Cookie-Cutter Courses”?

Higher Education Consultants and Course Design The Gatekeepers demand cookie-cutter courses Gatekeepers love to charge others with producing ‘cookie cutter’ education, but are completely oblivious and unaware as to their own central role in producing these results. Ironically, some of the biggest critics of students and higher education provid...

March 08, 2018 Darlo Higher Education Posted in Higher Education, Learning, Regulation

7 Services Offered by Higher Education Consultants

Higher Education Consultants work with your team to build internal capabilities. While it may sound confusing to collaborate with higher education consultants if there is a need to develop autonomy and independence, however, higher education consultants specialising in regulation and compliance are able to make better decisions and choices about de...

March 05, 2018 Darlo Higher Education Posted in Higher Education, Learning, Regulation

Higher Education Providers are a Threat to Universities

Higher Education Providers challenge Universities Private higher education threatens publicly funded higher education—simply because it’s superior in many ways. Though we will be the first to admit it—at first glance—is a pricier ticket to success. As we will discover, however, many programs to assist private university students more than m...

February 22, 2018 Darlo Higher Education Posted in Higher Education, Learning

TEQSA Issues Caution on Increasing Consultant Use?

TEQSA Uses Consultants All The Time Academics, consultants, lawyers, professors, and legal counsel are all needed to create a sustainable, contemporary higher education system. TEQSA's unprecedented interference in the higher education market hit a new low in early 2017. In the view of Darlo Higher Education and many in the higher education indu...

February 12, 2018 Darlo Higher Education Posted in Higher Education, Regulation