This research paper outlines our research approach relating to analysing current trends within Australian undergraduate BIT curricula. With a variety of data collection techniques, we seek to address a knowledge gap in the literature through identifying the strengths and challenges facing university curricula. Closing the education-employment gap requires the involvement of all stakeholder groups (academics, employers, and students) (Trauth et al, 1993). We develop an educational matrix based on the information literacy framework and the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF). Secondary data collection is conducted from a range of NSW BIT core units to map against this framework, as well as conducting pilot interviews with selected employers to gain a better understanding of the current curriculum and the needs of the employers. The outcome of this research will enable current educational sectors to improve the tertiary education curriculum, with a view towards increasing employability rates post-graduation, which may be generalizable to other nations.