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Challis Di, Holt Dale & Palmer Stuart (2009). « Teaching and Learning Centres : Towards Maturation ». Higher Education Research & Development, vol. 28, n° 4, p. 371–383. ISSN 0729-4360. 
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Resource type: Journal Article
DOI: 10.1080/07294360903067021
ID no. (ISBN etc.): 0729-4360
BibTeX citation key: Challis2009
Categories: Enseignement supérieur
Keywords: leadership
Creators: Challis, Holt, Palmer
Collection: Higher Education Research & Development
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Approximately 70% of Australian Teaching and Learning Centres have been restructured and/or have undergone leadership changes in the last three years. The volatility of this environment reflects the number of significant challenges faced by Teaching and Learning Centres. In determining what makes Centres successful, the issues that are likely to impact on their ability to succeed were examined. It emerged that a myriad of factors influence whether or not a Centre was recognised as being an integral and valued part of the university's teaching and learning community--a hallmark of having reached maturity. This paper identifies four factors as being critical to the ability of Centres to succeed, noting that a combination of other factors, appropriate to each unique context, must also be in place in order for Centres to maximise their value.
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