VOCEDplus is NCVER's free international research database for tertiary education relating to workforce needs, skills development, and social inclusion. >>More information
Archiving and preserving research
VOCEDplus plays a key role in archiving and preserving vocational education and training research. This includes identifying and adding historical documents to the database and digitising old, non-commercial, print and microfiche documents so that they can be accessed online. Recent additions include:
- Second progress report on technical education: manual and practical instruction in primary schools (1899)
- Commonwealth-State Apprenticeship Inquiry: report of Committee [Wright report] (1954)
- A research report on an examination of target market attitudes toward proposed changes to the vocational education and training system in Australia and the Modern Apprenticeship and Traineeship System (MAATS) (1996)
These and other historical documents can be accessed from the VOCEDplus Special collections page or by using the search tools available on the website. If you are aware of other historical documents in vocational education and training that are not yet in VOCEDplus, please let the VOCEDplus team know via the Document submission form.
Presentations from NCVER's 'No Frills' Conference now available
The 24th National VET research conference, held in Sydney from 6-8 July 2015, was themed around youth, pathways and skills and included three keynote addresses and over 50 presentations. These presentations are now available in VOCEDplus.
Did you miss the recent VOCEDplus workshop at 'No Frills'?
The slides from the workshop are available in VOCEDplus. Or you can request NCVER's VOCEDplus team to provide a tailored training session for groups or individuals at your workplace. Refer to the Client Service Charter for terms and conditions. Contact us via Ask a Librarian to discuss your training requirements.
The VOCEDplus Help page also provides links to the VOCEDplus user guide and FAQs on searching VOCEDplus and its features and services. For further assistance, access the recording of a recent webinar that introduced new features of VOCEDplus, as well as provided a refresher on discovering current and past research including NCVER publications, landmark reports, and grey literature.
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