ANU Centre for Continuing Education

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ANU Centre for Continuing Education

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Dates of existence

1969 -

History

The Centre for Continuing Education was formed after the Department of Adult Education was renamed in 1969. The Centre's first Director was Dr C Duke who commenced duty on 1 April 1969. The original objectives of the Centre was to provide opportunities for adults to further their knowledge in fields in which they worked or had a general interest. The Centre continues to provide special interest and educational courses focusing on art, archaeology, culture, history, science, literature and writing, music and life skills.

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teaching and learning

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Dates of creation, revision and deletion

Entered from deposit description on 21 August 2015

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Sources

Australian National University Annual Report 1969
Centre for Continuing Education, http://www.anu.edu.au/cce/ (accessed on 21 August 2015)

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