The principal aim of the project was to record the state of tertiary teaching of philosophy in Australia and to provide benchmarking data on philosophy at the following levels: the teaching academics, the structure and composition of the philosophy major, and the teaching of philosophy from first year or "service" units/subjects, through the Honours year and into postgraduate study. A further aim of the project was to continue to build networks of those philosophers interested in strategies for enhancing the curriculum and in enhancing their teaching practice.
Project deliverables include:
- A series of reports including the Final Report and Summary Reports
- These reports are supported by a series of datasets
- A series of case studies on innovative practices, including summaries of issues raised at Round Tale Discussions and ALTC citation winners in philosophy.