Targeting, tailoring. timing: how the smaller regional Victorian TAFEs are changing to meet the need of HE students studying in their regions

Creator
Lange, Nancy; Menzies, Jo; Neuman, Rachel; Brown, Stewart; Burr, Brenda; Curtis, Sandra
Description

ALIA National 2014 Conference, 15-19 September 2014 Melbourne : together we are stronger

This conference presentation explains how the Dual Sector Partnership (DSP) Project was set up to deliver HE programs to regional students through their own local TAFE Institutes. The model of blended delivery allowed the students to study online but keep a  local connection with lecturers and support staff based at their home institutes. Many students articulated into the degree programs from TAFE diplomas.

For the smaller regional TAFEs having to provide Information Literacy to HE students is a new thing, but not only are they HE, this cohort is mature age, not based on campus and come into the program with significant gaps in their academic literacies and technological skills. As a result each TAFE Institute library has responded locally in customising their delivery to suit the DSP cohort.

Publisher
Deakin, ACT : Australian Library and Information Association
Date
2014
Type
Format
Identifier
Language
en
Relation
http://repo.alia.org.au/sites/default/files/documents/conference_program.pdf
Coverage
Victoria
Rights
Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License