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Research and Development in Higher Education Vol. 42 published

Research and Development in Higher Education: Next Generation, Higher Education: Challenges, Changes and Opportunities Vol. 42 has been published and is available at https://www.herdsa.org.au/publications/conference-proceedings/research-and-development-higher-education-next-generation-higher

Many thanks to our authors and reviewers; special thanks to our copy editor Dr Jenny McDonald.

Eva Heinrich and Roseanna Bourke, Editors

Further information: e.heinrich@massey.ac.nz


Beyond the classroom: STEM, employability and the student voice by Bennett, E. & Bennett, D.

A co-curricular inquiry-based approach to developing technical and transferrable laboratory skills in science graduates by Burfeind, D.D., & Devine, C.A.

Moving academia beyond the gender binary by Eldridge, J.J.

Enhancing student learning experiences in digital learning spaces: pedagogy that works by Ham, M., Richardson, S. & Richardson, C.

Actions informed by values in academic development: agency, opportunity and responsibility by Hughes, J.L., Stocks, C., & Trevitt, C.

The Project Establishment Guide: probing the critical contexts for learning and teaching projects to enable their success by Lawrence, J. & Lawrence, F.

Building on the VU Block foundations: Results from the inaugural first year cohort by McCluskey, T., Smallridge, A., Weldon, J., Loton, D., Samarawickrema, G. & Cleary, K.

Early career academic development and talent management in the South African higher education context by Moosa, R.

Learning abroad and graduate employability: challenges articulating international learning outcomes by Oguro, S., & Mueller, B.

Learning designers as capacity builders in Australian universities by Slade, C., Parker, J., McGrath, D. & Greenaway, R.

Intended Learning Outcomes: Who are they intended for? by Tan, S.H.S., Lim, F.S., Lee, J.W.Y & Ho, S.Y.

Projecting innovation in higher education: an Australian study by Wear, A.


Higher Education in the Headlines

‘Study binge’ plan will cost unis | Tim Dodd | Australian Higher Education | 15 April, 2020
Universities could lose money if they join the federal government’s new plan to offer six-month online courses.

How Will the Pandemic Change Higher Education? | Various |  | Chronicle of Higher Education | 17 April, 2020
Professors, administrators, and staff members on what the coronavirus will leave in its wake.

More than half of Chinese students ‘could still cancel UK study plans’ | Simon Baker | Times Higher Education | 9 April, 2020
British Council survey suggests more than a third are still undecided about whether to continue with applications