Open Universities Australia is the national leader in online education, enrolling over 200,000 students since 1993. OUA offers students a flexible way to access tertiary education and enhance their professional development. OUA offers over 1,400 course units and 170 qualifications online, taught by more than 20 leading universities and other tertiary education providers around Australia. By recognising students’ needs for a learning option that fits into their lives, OUA offers them the ability to study online anytime, anywhere, and at a pace that suits them.
The E-learning Network of Australasia (ElNet) is an independent community of e-learning professionals working in the e-learning industry. Our members come from a range of corporate, government and educational organisations throughout Australia and New Zealand. ElNet provides a means for professionals to interact, collaborate and develop their knowledge in e-learning technologies and best practices. ElNet is focused on addressing the unique needs of the e-learning industry in Australia and New Zealand. While keeping up with developments on an international level, ElNet targets its news, resources, events and opportunities to professionals in Australasia.
ODLAA is a professional association of educators, instructional designers, educational researchers, education consultants and administrators from across Australia and overseas that is dedicated to advancement of research, practice, and support of education across time, place and space.
ODLAA connects professionals in order to share experiences and disseminate information with respect to open and distance learning. Our members come from all educational sectors plus commercial training providers and training units in the corporate sector.
ODLAA is also an Associate Member of the International Council for Open and Distance Education (ICDE) and is affiliated with many other similar organisations, providing rich opportunities for members to participate in the profession at a global level.
HERDSA is a scholarly society for people committed to the advancement of higher and tertiary education. It promotes the development of higher education policy, practice and the study of teaching and learning. HERDSA encourages and disseminates research on teaching and learning and higher education development. It also works to build strong academic communities.
AUSTAFE Conference 2012 “TAFE on TARGET”
3rd through 5th October 2012
The second decade of the 21st Century is shaping up as the next chapter in Vocational Education and Training (VET) reform in Australia.
TAFE around the country is increasingly being called upon to fill the ‘education gap’ and provide the smooth transition from secondary education right through post-graduate tertiary qualifications.
You are invited to join us in ALICE SPRINGS as we explore how well TAFE is equipped to address these challenges.
Campus Review is Australia’s only dedicated higher education publication written for the sector by an independent voice. As the only newspaper in Australia committed to reporting higher education and vocational education and training issues, Campus Review’s news and analysis is unrivalled. Campus Review is a must-read for the most influential decision makers in the tertiary education sector.
It is read by thousands of readers and published online every Monday. The readers are senior decision makers in Universities, TAFES and private colleges around Australia working in a variety of roles such as Vice Chancellors, Deans, Professors, Lecturers, Human Resource Managers and administrators.