Vol 5, No 2 (2018)

International Studies in Widening Participation

Table of Contents


Challenging social hegemonies through pedagogies of resistance PDF
Marie-Pierre Moreau 1-3


Aboriginal enabling pedagogies and approaches in Australia: Centring and decolonising our approaches PDF
Sharlene Leroy-Dyer 4-9

Research Paper

Spaces of solace and world-building: A praxis-based approach to Creative and Performing Arts (CAPA) outreach for equity and widening participation in higher education PDF
Helen English, Matt Lumb, Jessica Page, Jarrod Wilton 10-25
Fairness and inclusion: Online learning as an enabler of Australian higher education policies aimed at student equity and social justice PDF
Andrea Dodo-Balu 26-39
Supporting postgraduate coursework students through their time of transition PDF
Anne-Maree Hays, Sue Sharp 40-54
Asking the right questions: Opportunities and challenges of survey methods in widening participation research PDF
Bethan Collins, Clive Hunt, Alex Wardrop, Lizzie Gauntlett, Vanessa Heaslip, Maggie Hutchings, Colin Pritchard 55-69

Student Voice

The danger of a single story: Gari Yala (speak the truth) PDF
Taylah Gray 70-74

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The title of this journal changed in 2021 from International Studies in Widening Participation to Access: Critical explorations of equity in higher education.

Banner image: Kira Jovanovski (2020), movement score 01 (detail): oil stick and acrylic on paper. Photograph by Kira Jovanovski. Cover image: Kira Jovanovski (2020), grunt_iteration 02 in the boughs and stamped: installation in University Gallery. Photograph by Jedidiah Cranfield. (c) the artist.





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