Research and Development
DEHub has been established to facilitate topical research, inform policy development and disseminate critical information in distance education leading to knowledge creation and application by distance education practitioners.
DEHub has a range of resources available for the distance education community. These resources contribute to Goal 2 – which is to develop resources to support and promote research, practice and development in or of distance education, and also Goal …Read More
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Welcome to Our Website!
Welcome to the website for the Distance Education Hub (DEHub). DEHub was established in 2009 as a research consortium between the University of New England (UNE), Charles Sturt University (CSU), Central Queensland University (CQUniversity), the University of Southern Queensland (USQ), and Massey University in New Zealand.
DEHub has focused on building its reputation for distance education research and promotes its innovative work with partner institutions and the higher education sector nationally and internationally.
DEHub’s future research and development activities includes the hosting of experts, collaborative research, the development of resources such as the DEHub Database of Research in Distance Education, WikiEducator and our special links on delicious.com/dehub. This site serves as a central hub to facilitate and support the research and dissemination of best practices in distance education in the Australian higher education sector.To find out more about these research areas and how you can be involved visit the DEHub WikiEducator site.