Dominique Parrish

Macquarie University

Professor Parrish is Pro Vice-Chancellor Learning and Teaching at Macquarie University, Australia. In this role, Professor Parrish has responsibility for the institutional digital strategy, initiatives in employability and Work Integrated Learning, institutional infrastructure associated with learning spaces, academic staff capability and support of student-focused teaching. Prior to this role, Professor Parrish was Associate Dean (Education) in the Faculty of Science, Medicine and Health at the University of Wollongong, she ran her own consultancy business for 6 years, and was the marketing manager for a professional sporting team. Professor Parrish has managed and led numerous sector, institutional and faculty learning and teaching initiatives and she is currently president of Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education (ASCILITE).

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Higher education contributes to the development of countries and their competitiveness in a global marketplace. However, to remain relevant and meet the demands of an ever-changing world, institutions and their operations must progress in unison with the changing world in which they function. Innovation can play a critical role in transforming and advancing practice and therein address socio-economic, organizational, operational and social challenges. The complexity and scope of higher education opens up the possibilities and potential for innovations to transpire in diverse settings and contexts. This book is a collection of easy-to-follow, vignette-based innovations that have transformed or advanced practice and in doing so contributed to ensuring the relevance and value of higher education in a continuously changing world.

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