The use of the Internet in university education and the delivery of online courses is seen as a cure-all for tertiary education, allowing tailored courses to be delivered to a wide student base with unprecedented immediacy and with a minimum of cost to the institution. Tara Brabazon questions these assumptions and examines the state of tertiary education in Australia.
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Tara Brabazon is a senior lecturer in the School of Media, Communication, and Culture at Murdoch University in Perth, and was the winner of the Australian Award for University Teaching: Humanities, teacher of the year, 1998. She is the author of Ladies Who Lunge: Celebrating Difficult Women.
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Descripción University of New South Wales, 2002. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P11086840781X