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- Dual-sector university cohesion: a discussion paper
- Matthews, Peter; Murphy, Dale
- The Dual-Sector University Collaboration Project investigates the ways that the dual-sector universities could evolve to become more cohesive, effective and agile organisations that build upon the connection between their Technical and Further Education (TAFE) and Higher Education (HE) sectors in a period of dynamic policy and economic change. The three steps taken in this initial stage of the project were: 1. Understand the external environment and drivers of change and identify major internal problems that dual-sector universities face; 2. Consider the ways that dual- sector universities can position themselves to be distinctive and best serve the 'public good'; and, 3. Identify the barriers to achieving these aspirations and consider how such barriers might be overcome.
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- Discussion paper
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- Swinburne University of Technology
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- Dual sector institutions; Dual sector universities; Higher education; TAFE; Technical and Further Education
- University of Ballarat and Swinburne University of Technology
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- This report and its contents are copyright © 2010 University of Ballarat. Reproduced with the kind permission of the University of Ballarat (Federation University from 2014).
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- The Dual Sector Collaboration Project Steering Committee comprises of David Battersby, Ian Young, Grahame McCulloch and Pat Forward. The Associate Members of the Committee are Peter Matthews and Dale Murphy. The Dual Sector Collaboration Project is funded by the Australian Government Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Delations (DEEWR) under the auspices of the Diversity and Structural Adjustment Fund.
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