There is a large body of research, including reports, books and papers, which remains of great significance to the tertiary languages sector. These important documents will be listed here, together with links to downloadable versions where possible.
- Group of Eight (2007) Languages in Crisis: A rescue plan for Australia (pdf, 196kb)
- Høj, Peter. (2010) “Can we afford to be without multilingualism? A scientist’s lay perspective” Humanities Australia No. 1, 2010: 44-53. (pdf, 421kb)
- Lo Bianco, J. and Gvozdenko, I. (2006) Collaboration and innovation in the provision of Languages Other Than English in Australian Universities. Melbourne: Faculty of Education, University of Melbourne. (pdf, 3.8MB)
- Nettelbeck, C., Byron, J., Clyne, M., Dunne, K., Hajek, J., Levy, M., Lo Bianco, J., McLaren, A., Möllering, M., and Wigglesworth, G. (2009) An Analysis of Retention Strategies and Technology Enhanced Learning in Beginners’ Languages Other Than English (LOTE) at Australian Universities. Canberra: Australian Academy of the Humanities. (pdf, 6,734kb)
- Nettelbeck, C., Byron, J., Clyne, M., Hajek, J., Lo Bianco, J., and McLaren, A. (2007). Beginners’ LOTE (Languages Other than English) in Australian Universities: An Audit Survey and Analysis. Canberra: Australian Academy of the Humanities. (pdf, 498kb)