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Developing a culturally appropriate data quality framework for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander higher education statistics
(2015)
  • Neil Drew, The University of Notre Dame Australia
  • Judith Wilks, Southern Cross University
  • Katie Wilson, Southern Cross University
  • Carolyn Crook, The University of Notre Dame Australia
  • Gillian Kennedy, The University of Notre Dame Australia
  • Lynette Henderson-Yates, The University of Notre Dame Australia
  • Stephen Kinnane, The University of Notre Dame Australia
  • Bruce Gorring, The University of Notre Dame Australia
Abstract
This project has addressed a gap in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander higher education research and development. It responded to Recommendation (35) of the Review of Higher Education Access and Outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people: Final Report (Behrendt, Larkin, Griew, & Kelly, 2012) for the ‘Development of an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander higher education monitoring and evaluation framework’ (p. xxv). It also aligned with a key priority in the OLT Grant Program for Innovation and Development which aims to improve Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people’s higher education access and outcomes.
The project links with the OLT’s Innovation and Development Grants Program Objective ‘c’, to produce effective mechanisms for the identification, development, dissemination and embedding of good individual and institutional practice in learning and teaching in Australian higher education.
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Publication Date
2015
Citation Information
Drew, N., Wilks, J., Wilson, J., et al. (2015). Developing a culturally appropriate data quality framework for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander higher education statistics. A report to the Office for Learning and Teaching. Office for Learning and Teaching; Sydney, NSW.