The exchange of curriculum information in Australian education: A review of purposes, practices, and problems
AbstractThis article investigates the patterns and sequences of change in the design of the national system for exchanging information on curriculum-related products within the Australian educational community. The development of the information system is analysed as a function of the missions of the Curriculum Development Centre (CDC) between 1973 and 1989, the Australian Schools Catalogue Information Service (ASCIS) between 1984 and 1989, and the Curriculum Corporation since 1990.
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