In recent years moves towards flexible learning have taken many forms across the tertiary institution sector. Along the way, many formats and approaches have been trialed. Previous research has examined influences between tertiary learning modes and student outcomes, or the influences between student outcomes and graduate students’ employability. This paper takes a holistic view, and develops a Business Value Enhancement Model, which maps the tertiary institution learning offerings to student learning outcomes, and to business enhancement (delivered by employed graduate students).
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