Collaborations

Collaborations

eNews from Education Management


Collaborations are the most highly recommended forms of engagement that bring diverse communities together through seeking common ground. Through collaborative partnerships, we learn and embrace the rich cultural exchange of diverse approaches, critical perspectives and innovative practices to learning and teaching from multidisciplinary perspectives. Unique to Monash Malaysia is the refreshing community spirit, the willingness to take on challenges and particularly, the commitment to finding innovative solutions in addition to ‘best practices’, as relevant to the different disciplines and school needs. 

Our Education Management eNews media Collaborations is a brief communication web publication to keep you in touch with our collaborations with the broader campus community. It will bring you national and international education news links, recommend resources, and connect you to local and international conferences and events.The eNews publication is another outcome of the first Education innovators Forum that Education Management hosted in June 2014. The title has been borrowed with permission from Hassan Yusuf Osman (one of the co-facilitators at the forum who identified collaborations as his key concern and passion) as a title for our eNews communication.

We hope that you will enjoy the monthly campus updates on education management activity, recommended education resources and general news items on collaborations within and outside our campus. This inaugural edition of Collaborations brings news about our ongoing engagement with staff and students on various levels and areas of learning. It highlights ideas, resources and events that should prompt and encourage enquiry, discovery, and a public sharing of knowledge in the Boyer tradition and beyond. More importantly, it is hoped that Collaborations encourages us to continue the celebration of a holistic learning experience from the heart and soul as a natural precursor to nurturing a compassionate learning paradigm.