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To be better learning organisations, universities need to capture the benefits of collaboration. This chapter establishes both the need for collaboration in higher education and the gaps between aspirations and current practice. The literature review method is explained along with the way the review will address key issues and questions related to the role of collaboration in higher education settings.
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