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One of the most significant learnings for all involved in the project has been recognition of the underutilization of internal based expertise. Another essential learning is the importance of conducting regular informal professional development for staff about local, constructive teaching-learning topics.

Important learnings from an external accreditation process:  A case study from Papua New Guinea

The learnings gained by staff thus far are no different to those acquired by the team in universities elsewhere that I have worked with, regardless of geographical location. Notably, they reveal to the staff that many contributing factors impact on the success of new program design and accreditation.

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