This collaborative research project focused on embedding principles of quality into practice to enhance learning and teaching quality in Australian transnational higher education. Building on a successful ALTC-funded project which developed key quality principles for transnational learning and teaching, this project enabled and encouraged the application of these principles to educational delivery.
Australia’s Transnational Quality Strategy and the university sector recognise an urgent need for principles of quality to actively inform transnational teaching and learning. Across the sector, quality in transnational educational delivery is uneven, putting at risk the investment of stakeholders including students, university educators and universities and higher education’s value as an export industry. Partnering four universities , this project employed a collaborative, participatory approach to enlist universities in developing effective strategies for embedding principles of quality into transnational education practice.
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