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IHEA's affiliate membership is for individuals and companies which provide sector-relevant services and products.

Affiliate membership will enable entities offering services to IHEA members to be clearly identified and recognised for their support for IHEA’s objectives and independent higher education.

Benefits of Affiliate Membership

Affiliate members, in principle, support the objectives of IHEA. The objectives are:

  • To provide services and partner with other organisations to provide services for Members as required. Such services may include, provision of software, data management services, consulting, student support or any other service provision approved by Members and consistent with the objects of the Company.
  • To promote independent higher education and seek recognition by government and the community of the contribution of the Australian independent higher education sector to tertiary education and scholarship.
  • To undertake policy development and to pursue public policy that provides for the equitable treatment of students enrolled in independent higher education.
  • To make representation to government and provide a public voice for independent higher education.
  • To undertake and facilitate research into matters relevant to the membership.
  • To provide a forum for the ongoing dissemination and sharing of information of concern to its membership and facilitate opportunities for cooperation and collaboration.
  • To act as an advocate and facilitator for the independent higher education sector in matters of quality assurance, accreditation and academic standards.
  • To establish relationships with other organisations that align with the objects of the Company.
  • To undertake any other activities that are consistent with the objects of the Company.

The affiliate supports the principle of high quality independent higher education being an essential component of the Australian world-class higher education system.

Meshed Group we have one goal, and that’s to help RTOs and other Higher Educational Institutions transform and grow. We do this by bringing technology and people together, technology that’s tailored to provide solutions for your business.

Since 2007 we have worked with a number of clients such as Language Schools, Registered Training Organisations, TAFEs, Universities and Higher Education Providers, building enterprise management systems, software, CRM platforms and web applications. However we understand that every client has unique needs and so we frequently provide customised intelligent and powerful technology solutions that include digital design and a suite of products where required.

And it’s this broad range of products and services, as well as a commitment to being a leader in the industry, which requires us to be at the forefront of educational technology and processes.

At Meshed Group, we’re not simply a provider, we’re a partner. We implement a technology that offers tremendous value and then we work with you to ensure your new system or software is not only doing it’s job, but is moving you towards your stated objectives.

We’re determined to see you succeed and our personalised service, combined with our professional processes, ensures you not only reach, but exceed your expectations.

For more information visit: www.meshedgroup.com.au

Your trusted partner in compliance, governance, quality assurance & risk management.

We are an award-winning advisory firm dedicated to helping organisations achieve operational excellence.

We work with a range of sectors, including Education, Health & Care, Government, Workplace Health & Safety, Food Safety and Hospitality & Tourism.

Our team of experts works with you to navigate the complexity of regulation and compliance, with a focus on growth and transformation.

For more information visit: www.auditexpress.com.au

Gale is a global leader in education, learning and research resources online.  The have a vast digital archive of Primary Sources, research databases, reference books (both eBook and print) and more!

Through the IHEA Library Network, members gain access to Academic OneFile, General OneFile, OneFile News and AUS/NZ OneFile.

For more information visit: www.gale.com

Informit are an online gateway to the largest collection of Australasian scholarly journals, books, and videos. Founded in the RMIT University Library in 1989, their customers include all Australian and New Zealand university and state libraries, government, and other specialist libraries.

Informit is committed to fostering diversity in publishing and promote critical thinking for a better informed and knowledgeable community.

Their vision is to be the hub of the publishing, research, education and library communities in Australia and beyond.

For more information visit: www.informit.org

JSTOR provides access to more than 12 million journal articles, books, images and primary sources in 75 disciplines.

JSTOR help you explore a wide range of scholarly content through a powerful research and teaching platform.  They collaborate with the academic community to help libraries connect students and faculty to vital content while lowering costs and increasing shelf space, provide independent researchers with free and low-cost access to scholarship, and help publishers reach new audiences and preserve their content for future generations.

For more information visit: www.jstor.org

My eQuals making tertiary credentials easy to view, share and verify

My eQuals is Australia and New Zealand’s official tertiary credentials platform for universities, TAFEs and tertiary education providers. It makes it easy for Education Providers, Learners and Verifiers to view, share and verify certified tertiary credentials online.

For more information visit: www.myequals.edu.au

IHEA partners with OneHE to provide institutions with scalable and affordable professional development for their educators. OneHE is an online platform that provides microlearning courses on effective practice in teaching and learning. Content is developed with and delivered by pedagogical experts and educators can extend their learning through discussion in safe and supportive online communities.  OneHE works with higher education institutions in Australia, the United States, Middle East and the United Kingdom. IHEA institutional members receive a 15% discount on OneHE fees.  Learn more or book a meeting with the OneHE team.

Knowledge and learning underpin the progress we make, as individuals and as a society. When we know more, we can solve new problems and explore fresh opportunities. Oxford University Press advances knowledge and learning of all kinds, from a child reading their first words to a researcher expanding the frontiers of their field. Our work is constantly evolving, and the possibilities are endless. We strive to help more and more people around the world achieve their potential.

Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. It is our mission to further the University’s objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide.

Oxford has a rich and proud heritage, and we have operated in Australia since 1908. We understand that learning can change lives, that’s why we’re committed to supporting teachers and learners in Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific to achieve and uncover new possibilities.

For more information visit: www.oup.com.au

Why is independence important?

It means being free to do more: Championing new ideas that advance disciplines and drive social change. Free to work together: with librarians and faculty to transform teaching and advance knowledge. Free to think long term: Anticipating changing needs with future-facing products.

In 1965, a 24-year-old Sara Miller founded Sage with the belief that social science research can and must play an important role in shaping society. With $500 in start-up capital, a one-room office in New York City, and the mentorship of her future husband George McCune, Sara started the company’s first journal—the first of what now numbers more than 1000.

Sage is known for its commitment to the social sciences: the Little Green Book Series; an expansive reference collection; research methods journals, videos, and texts; and content emphasizing critical thinking, data analysis, and computational tools are all published with the aim of training current and future social scientists.

For more information visit: www.sagepub.com

Taylor & Francis works in partnership with editors, societies, associations, and librarians to publish over 2,700 subscription journals, delivering crucial research in the fields of social science, humanities, science, technology and medicine. In regarding to Books, we publish print and eBooks for all levels of academic study, across a wide range of subjects and disciplines including humanities, social science, behavioral science, even natural science as well as technology and medicine.

IHEA institutional members receive a 20% discount on eBooks and special price for eJournal collections that were created tailored after analysing all subject areas of courses offered by participants. For more information, please contact Renan at renan.neves@tandf.com.au or in the website www.taylorandfrancis.com