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- The development and implementation of teaching quality assurance strategies within a Bachelor of Information Technology degree
- Weal, Steve; Calway, Bruce; Heskin, Ken; Murphy, Gerald; Pilgrim, Chris J.; Sharma, Raj; Hulls, Allen; Vasudeva, Raj
- Although there is debate on quality in higher education, quality can be seen as 'fitness for purpose'. This is the definition that has been commonly accepted across the wider Swinburne University of Technology community. In 1992 Swinburne gained a grant to develop and implement strategies for assuring teaching quality within its Bachelor of Information Technology degree programs. The staff, student and industry were identified as being the major stakeholders in the program. This paper discusses the project in detail and outlines its progress to date.
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- Journal article
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- Swinburne University of Technology
- Journal of Institutional Research in Australasia, Vol. 3, no. 1 (May 1994), pp. 51-57
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- Australia; Bachelor of Information Technology; Colleges; Computer science education; Educational quality; Generic skills; Higher education; Quality assurance; Quality control; Swinburne University of Technology; Undergraduate studies; Universities; University teaching
- Australasian Association for Institutional Research
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- Copyright © 1994 JIR. Published version of the paper reproduced here in accordance with the copyright policy of the publisher.
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- Chris Pilgrim is incorrectly named on the paper as 'Chris Pilgram'. This error has been corrected in this record to facilitate ease of its discovery.
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