Our Partners and Projects
Bay of Fires, Tasmania
The Peer Review Portal is partnering with OneHE, a global online network platform, which is focused on making a difference in teaching quality and practice globally
Benchmarking Themes across Global Networks
We are partnering with OneHE to implement an annual global benchmarking review on key themes in the higher education community. Please see our new global benchmarking review project on student support.
Global Subject Centres
We are working with One HE and their Global Subject Centres and Institutional Convenors to find reviewers at the international level.
OneHE is an online community of educators focused on making a difference in teaching quality globally. They provide a series of Global Subject Centres that focus on sharing good practice and information in the teaching of thirty disciplines. Peer Review Portal reviewers can become members of a subject centre of their choice for free, or can get full access to OneHE (which includes the members directory, discussion boards, events listings and funding opportunities) for a small monthly fee.
Independent Higher Education Australia (IHEA)
The Peer Review Portal is partnering with IHEA which is the peak body representing independent higher education providers in Australia. The Peer Review Portal provides IHEA members with a benchmarking service.
National Benchmarking Project (2019)
31 Independent Providers are benchmarking attrition, student wellbeing and safety, teaching staff and professional development
External Review of Assessment (2019)
Over 140 subjects will be external reviewed over three months with 16 institutions
University English Centres Australia (UECA)
UECA Benchmarking Project on Assessment (2018-2019)
You can download the UECA Benchmarking Project Report here:
Australian Catholic University
Central Queensland University Australia
Queensland University of Technology
Southern Cross University
Swinburne University of Technology
The Australian National University
The University of Adelaide
The University of Melbourne
The University of Newcastle
The University of Sydney
The University of Western Australia
University of New England
University of Tasmania
University of Wollongong
Western Sydney University