Abstract: For many years there has been a call for research institutions to deliver on the key elements of what has recently been referred to as the Indigenous Research Reform Agenda. Underlying this call is the active participation of Aboriginal communities in the design, implementation, dissemination and evaluation of research. This requires specific action by research institutions to support the adoption of collaborative and participatory approaches. This paper outlines the ways in which the Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education (BIITE) and the Australian Catholic University (ACU) attempted to answer this call as they planned for an Australian Research Council Linkage Projects grant on educational leadership.
d'Arbon, Tony, Frawley, Jack, Morrison, Dot, Richardson, Nick, 2004, Linking worlds: A study of educational leadership in remote Indigenous community school settings, Conference Paper, viewed 03 December 2023, https://www.nintione.com.au/?p=13149.