monash_110297.pdf (169.33 kB)
Delivering subject choice and quality assurance in specialised disciplines: the University of New England's model of subject delivery at the University of Newcastle
journal contributionposted on 2017-05-03, 01:40 authored by Dunne, Kerry
Using a new model of subject delivery, the University of New England (UNEArmidale, Australia) offers specialist subjects at partner or host institutions. The model is a modified version of distance education. It is designed to meet the needs of on-campus students who wish to study a subject that their university is unable to offer as a full internal program. Students are enrolled as students of the partner institution, but the content of the courses, the teaching and assessment are the responsibility of UNE staff. The model is attractive to students and to tertiary administrators of both the host and provider universities. For students the model offers greater subject choice and flexibility; for tertiary administrators at the host institution there is built-in quality assurance and continuity of subject offerings, and for UNE an opportunity to develop a new market for distance education and to ensure the survival of low enrolment specialist language subjects. Copyright 2007 Kerry Dunne. No part of this article may be reproduced by any means without the written consent of the publisher.
Date originally published2008
SourceAustralian Review of Applied Linguistics, vol. 31, no. 2 (2008), p. 19.1-19.11. ISSN 1833-7139
CategoriesNo categories selected