‘Can’t be what you can’t see’: Literature Review – The Transition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Students into higher education

‘Can’t be what you can’t see’: Literature Review – The Transition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Students into higher education Report

  • Author(s): Judith Wilks, Katie Wilson
  • Published: 2014
  • Publisher: The University of Notre Dame Australia; Southern Cross University; Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education

Abstract: This report presents the findings of an investigation into the processes, the data, the key issues, the pathways, the enablers, the constraints and the opportunities regarding the transition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students into higher education. Through an examination of qualitative and quantitative evidence, the report explores the nuances, dimensions and different perspectives of what constitutes successful transition to higher education from a range of Indigenous community contexts and diverse university settings. The accompanying literature review for this project examined relevant research, policy and programs in peer-reviewed, non-peer-reviewed and grey literature relating to the transitioning of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students into higher education, including case studies of promising practice models nationally and internationally.

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Judith Wilks, Katie Wilson, 2014, ‘Can’t be what you can’t see’: Literature Review – The Transition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Students into higher education, Report, viewed 18 August 2022, https://www.nintione.com.au/?p=2972.

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