Push for more online learning as universities pin hopes on 2024 recovery - Anna Patty, the Age (Australia)

A panel discussion between seven vice-chancellors hosted by the Committee for Economic Development of Australia in Sydney on Thursday also heard calls for university funding reform and a flat student fee for all courses. NSW Vice-Chancellors’ Committee convener Professor Barney Glover, from Western Sydney University, said if borders remained open and international students were allowed to return, a resurgence in enrolments could be expected to start next year and in 2023.

https://www.theage.com.au/national/nsw/push-for-more-online-learning-as-universities-pin-hopes-on-2024-recovery-20211118-p59a5d.html

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