Engaging for Belonging
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A shifting political and technological landscape combined with increased competition and financial pressure have reshaped the way higher education institutions fulfil their core business of education, collaboration, research and service. Evolving models of online learning have fuelled international competition, while the changing technological environment in which universities operate, provides students with myriad social networking sites in which to extend the informal curriculum.
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