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With much to gain, it’s time for universities and their researchers to finally break free from a closed world of knowledge and embrace the openess of online, writes Justin O'Brien.

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Let's outsource training to computer screens and concentrate on mentoring - putting the really important face-to-face time with teachers to much more effective use, write Woodie Flowers and Dror Ben-Naim.

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Giving students hands on experience through a virtual world is the next big step in education, writes Dror Ben-Naim.

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When classes resumed this year, one million students, including a record first-year intake, were enrolled in the nation's 41 universities: the largest single cohort of students in our history.

UNSW has thanked its million dollar-plus donors for their generous support at a special event hosted by the Chancellor and Vice-Chancellor.

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UNSW's ASPIRE program has doubled in size this year, with 11 local high schools benefiting from the groundbreaking social inclusion initiative.

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Vice-Chancellor Fred Hilmer has welcomed the significant funding boost for higher education announced in the Federal Budget. Major wins for UNSW include $48 million for the College of Fine Arts and $20 million towards a new institute to fight HIV/AIDS.

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