New NCSEHE Research Database

Posted on 5 August 2021

To navigate the wealth of material now available on the NCSEHE website, a new Research Database features advanced search capabilities to provide an accessible repository of research, resources, journal articles, multimedia and more.

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COVID-19 online resource

COVID-19 — Resources for the higher education sector

Posted on 14 April 2020

This NCSEHE webpage compiles essential resources to support effective higher education delivery during, and beyond, the COVID-19 pandemic.

This collection of open access research, resources, articles and case studies is applicable to emerging issues in university learning and teaching.

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National data page

National student equity data — NCSEHE interactive resource

Posted on 1 July 2020

The NCSEHE Student Equity Data webpages allow users to download and graph data on undergraduate equity student participation and performance in Australia.

The interactive resource generates comparisons at the university, institutional grouping, state and territory, and national levels.

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Students with Disability Super Fair

EVENT DATE 28 Sep 2021

Your big break starts here! The Students with Disability Super Fair is for students with a disability from any degree or background who want to discover top employers that are hiring and have the ...

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CRADLE Symposium 2021

EVENT DATE 21-26 Oct 2021

What is assessment for inclusion? Problematising inclusion, equity, and access in higher education assessment. This year’s annual Centre for Research in Assessment and Digital Learning (CRADLE) ...

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ISSOTL 2021

EVENT DATE 26-29 Oct 2021

Event overview The annual International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching (ISSOTL) conference is an important venue for facilitating the collaboration of scholars in different countries and ...

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