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Australian Politics and Policy

“Completely customisable, open access textbook on Australian politics, Australian Politics and Policy.

With an online database of 40 chapters, the book innovatively enables instructors to compile a bespoke edition to suit their teaching needs, or to include individual chapters in course readers.

Contributions from Australia’s leading politics and public-policy scholars.
Peer-reviewed to ensure the highest standards.”

Discover how this open textbook is transforming the teaching of Australian politics and policy.


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Ed Talks: Open Education Resources

James Glapa-Grossklag visited RMIT from the College of the Canyons in Southern California to talk to us about the importance of Open Educational Resources (OERs). As the Dean of Educational Technology, he says that OERs can benefit all students and all learners.

OERs are openly licensed learning materials that can be repurposed, shared, copied and edited to allow easier sharing of information and “remove barriers to student success”, such as the main barrier of cost.