Teaching and Learning in Australian Transnational Higher Education: Distilling Principles of Quality from Stakeholder Accounts
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This article provides an overview of the progress of efforts to formulate quality frameworks for Australian higher education delivered overseas, notably in the Asian region. With the quest for quality frameworks for Australian transnational higher education established as the context, the article then traces our work to draw out and establish principles of quality that might inform such frameworks. Distinguishing this work is the endeavor to extract understandings about the constitution of quality in Australian transnational higher education. The article reports initial findings of ongoing empirical research into academic stakeholders' perspectives on issues of quality in teaching and learning in transnational programs aimed at developing principles to enhance quality frameworks.
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