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Monitoring and improving student engagement
Tertiary Education Policy in Australia (2013)
  • Hamish Coates, University of Melbourne
  • Alexandra Radloff
Higher education is a co-produced activity. The time and effort students devote to learning and broader developmental activities is critical for productivity and the quality of outcomes. This chapter looks at how Australian universities monitor students' engagement in education, and reviews empirical insights relevant to emerging policy directions. It discusses how institutions can respond to new and emerging patterns of engagement, and approaches that institutions are using to improve how students learn and what they achieve.
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Simon Marginson
Centre for the Study of Higher Education
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Hamish Coates and Alexandra Radloff. "Monitoring and improving student engagement" MelbourneTertiary Education Policy in Australia (2013)
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