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A significant exploration is underway within the University of Otago to better understand the ecological worldviews/sustainability literacy/environmental literacy of Otago’s students. A less-advanced project explores what university teachers think about these domains and what the implications are for them as University Teachers, their institution and higher education. A range of processes are underway or currently being developed to explore this domain, comprising semi-structured interviews, surveys and focus groups.
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