Robyn Lines is the Director of Teaching Quality in RMIT Business, a very large faculty with an orientation to the provision of professional and vocational education. Enduring educational interests include how changes in teaching and learning can be effected within universities and the relationship of pedagogy to the purpose, organisation and management of Universities.


Publications:
Capabilities as a Framework for Program Design: Reflections on the Design of a Bachelor of Commerce

Critically reviews the use of a graduate capability framework in the design of a Bachelor of Commerce degree.

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Management Discourse and Action: The Implications of Contradictions for Successful Organisational Change

An exploration of the effects on organisational change projects of the dissonance between the management discourse of enterprising, self reliant teams and the centralised decision making characteristic of corporatised universities.

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Learning at Work: Self Curation as a Process for Individual and Collective Learning

A case study of self curation, a process that enables individual and collective organisational learning through the exploration of practice issues using unfamilar texts such as graphic or aural media.

Article: Print

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Article: Electronic

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