Tim Pitman
Tim Pitman
Verified email at curtin.edu.au
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Perceptions of academics and students as customers: A survey of administrative staff in higher education
T Pitman
Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management 22 (2), 165-175, 2000
Australian universities, generic skills and lifelong learning
T Pitman, S Broomhall
International Journal of Lifelong Education 28 (4), 439-458, 2009
Adult learning in educational tourism.
T Pitman, S Broomhall, J McEwan, E Majocha
Australian Journal of Adult Learning 50 (2), 219-238, 2010
Pathways to higher education: The efficacy of enabling and sub-bachelor pathways for disadvantaged students
T Pitman, S Trinidad, M Devlin, A Harvey, M Brett, J McKay
Curtin University. National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education, 2016
Occupying a ‘third space’: research trained professional staff in Australian universities
JE Berman, T Pitman
Higher Education 60 (2), 157-169, 2010
Does accelerating access to higher education lower its quality? The Australian experience
T Pitman, P Koshy, J Phillimore
Higher Education Research & Development 34 (3), 609-623, 2015
Reinterpreting higher education quality in response to policies of mass education: the Australian experience
T Pitman
Quality in Higher Education 20 (3), 348-363, 2014
Converting RPL into academic capital: lessons from Australian universities
T Pitman, L Vidovich
International Journal of Lifelong Education 32 (4), 501-517, 2013
Recognition of prior learning: The accelerated rate of change in Australian universities
T Pitman
Higher education research & development 28 (2), 227-240, 2009
An Australian study of graduate outcomes for disadvantaged students
T Pitman, L Roberts, D Bennett, S Richardson
Journal of Further and Higher Education 43 (1), 45-57, 2019
‘Miraculous exceptions’: what can autobiography tell us about why some disadvantaged students succeed in higher education?
T Pitman
Higher Education Research & Development 32 (1), 30-42, 2013
Articulating lifelong learning in tourism: Dialogue between humanities scholars and travel providers
S Broomhall, T Pitman, E Majocha, J Mcewan
University of Western Australia, 2010
Understanding ‘fairness’ in student selection: are there differences and does it make a difference anyway?
T Pitman
Studies in Higher Education 41 (7), 1203-1216, 2016
Unlocking the gates to the peasants: are policies of ‘fairness’ or ‘inclusion’more important for equity in higher education?
T Pitman
Cambridge Journal of Education 45 (2), 281-293, 2015
Recognition of prior learning (RPL) policy in Australian higher education: The dynamics of position-taking
T Pitman, L Vidovich
Journal of Education Policy 27 (6), 761-774, 2012
The impact of enabling programs on Indigenous participation, success and retention in Australian higher education
T Pitman, A Harvey, J McKay, M Devlin, S Trinidad, M Brett
Indigenous pathways, transitions and participation in higher education, 235-249, 2017
Selling visions for education: What do Australian politicians believe in, who are they trying to convince and how?
T Pitman
Australian Journal of Education 56 (3), 226-240, 2012
Widening participation in higher education: a play in five acts.
T Pitman
Australian Universities' Review 59 (1), 37-46, 2017
The evolution of the student as a customer in Australian higher education: a policy perspective
T Pitman
The Australian Educational Researcher 43 (3), 345-359, 2016
Teaching ethics beyond the Academy: educational tourism, lifelong learning and phronesis
T Pitman, S Broomhall, E Majocha
Studies in the Education of Adults 43 (1), 4-17, 2011
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