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Higher Education Learning Framework: An evidence-informed model for university learning

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The Higher Education Learning Framework (HELF) is grounded on a synthesis of existing frameworks, literature, and research, and informed by interviews with national and international experts in learning and higher education offering the latest thinking on university learning. A science of learning lens was applied during development, threading together thinking in education, neuroscience, and psychology.


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