[LINK] "Group Assessment"

Stephen Loosley stephenloosley at outlook.com
Thu Sep 5 13:27:12 AEST 2019

Being practical, and in regards to the original point of this thread, (that being, universities chasing multicultural enrolments), to be fair, it appears that universities must invest a greater share of enrolment fees into resources specifically catering for the most basic multicultural student need. That main need most often being translation services. And the main solution would currently be the supply and support of personal translation devices, paid for by their enrolment fees. There are many, many translation devices currently available, and over the last few  months, they appear to have ‘come-of-age’ in terms of practicality and immediate usefulness. For example, google “translation devices” and examine the IT recently arriving onto the world markets.

Tom writes,

> The "Golden Rule" will apply: "Those who have the gold, make the
> rules".. The serious side of this is that in an Internet connected world
> we need to be able to communicate.



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