Executive Chairman and Founder
Chief Executive Officer
Prof Judyth Sachs
Chief Academic Officer; Former Deputy Vice Chancellor, Provost Macquarie University and Former Pro Vice Chancellor learning and teaching at Sydney University
Prof Chris Tisdell
Academic Advisory Board; Professor and Director, Scientia Education Academy, University of New South Wales
Prof John Rosenberg
Academic Advisory Board; Former Senior Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Vice-President (Global Relations) at La Trobe University
Prof Sally Kift
Academic Advisory Board; Adjunct Professor at JCU, La Trobe and QUT
Prof Cliff Allan
Former Vice-Chancellor, Birmingham City University, UK
Sir Eric Thomas
Former Vice-Chancellor, University of Bristol, UK
Prof Rebecca Bunting
Vice-Chancellor and Chief Executive of Buckinghamshire New University, UK
Academic Advisory Board; Principal Consultant Gifted & Talented in the WA Department of Education
Campus Morning Mail: Connecting on campus (why students want more)
Daily Bulletin: National research reveals the impact 'belonging' actually has on students
Campus Morning Mail: Students First: confidence, satisfaction, and outcomes
Times Higher Education: Students 'want universities to find jobs for them'
6PR Radio Perth LIVE: Is university doing enough to make you employable? [audio recording]
The PIE news: Studiosity creates new tool targeting accidental plagiarism
Courier-Mail: Graduates not ready for reality: study
SBS Filipino: Helping uni students handle stress [audio file download]
News.com.au: My $110,000 degree was a waste of time and money
Campus Review: Strung out: research finds a quarter of uni students stressed daily
The Australian: Uber-style service to offer peer-to peer learning app
Campus Morning Mail: Student to student support
9Honey: How to help your kids with homework when you suck at maths
The Australian: Plagiarism doesn't bother everyone
Campus Review, 19th October 2018: Attitudes towards plagiarism culturally relative: study
ABC Radio Canberra Drive-time with Laura Tchilinguirian 24/9/2018: Why student support is so important and what has changed for modern students.
Campus Morning Mail: One of the biggest causes of stress for students (newsletter inclusion)
Campus Review: Stressed out students voice their gripes
The Australian: A third of students wish they were elsewhere
This article also appeared in:
Gold Coast Bulletin
Whitsunday Times, Noosa News, Tweed Daily news, Coffs Coast Advocate
ECU Campus Radio: Studiosity's Student Experience Manager speaks about the service
Talking Lifestyle Radio, 2UE, 2GB, March 13th 2018: Why are students dropping out of university?
Sydney Morning Herald: Study finds half of university students want to drop out
This article also appeared in:
Australian Financial Review
The Canberra Times
Junkee: Half of uni students have felt so isolated they considered dropping out
Australian Financial Review: Online Learning: Universities' push for physical classes battles virtual trends
Campus Morning Mail: Digital natives expect it all
Campus Review: Vive la resistance: the persistence of the University education model in a rapidly changing world
The CEO Magazine: How to help your customers get ready for change
The Weekend Australian: Sufficient? Necessary? What's the Role of a Bachelor's Degree in Today's Employment Market?
The Advertiser: Plea to support our STEM
Business Insider: This is why you should keep venture capital away from your startup as long as possible
Independent Review into Regional, Rural and Remote Education, by Professor John Halsey of Flinders University, December 2017, with Studiosity's response.
Submission to the Higher Education Standards Panel (HESP). "The significant and indispensable impact of timely, online academic support on student confidence and progression." Submission and recommendations from YourTutor.edu.au to the HESP, 7 July 2017.
Submission to the Draft National Strategy for International Education - questionnaire by the Department of Education and Training. By Jack Goodman, CEO and Founder of YourTutor, Sydney, June 2015.
Library, community campus, learning hub: The community educational development challenge. By Jack Goodman, CEO and Founder of YourTutor, and President of Friends of Libraries Australia. Presented at “AUSLIB Beyond The Walls Public Libraries In Australia And New Zealand: Engaging Their Communities” Conference, Adelaide, 26 March 2015.
"The Unified Theory of Universities" or "How to build a bridge in 2015". Why Universities are making recruitment and retention the same student journey. Slide presentation by Jack Goodman,
Six reasons why public libraries should be the first stop on the NBN's roll out, Australian Policy Online, 5 January 2012. By Jack Goodman, CEO and Founder of YourTutor, and President of Friends of Libraries Australia.
Adjunct Professor Marcia Devlin, School of Education, RMIT; Dr Jade McKay, Senior Researcher, The Right Consulting Group; Mr Zhiwei (Jerry) Yang, Studiosity (2018). 2018 Plagiarism Impact Study.
Digital Edge (commissioned by Studiosity) (2018). 2018 National student survey.
National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education, Curtin University (2017). Higher Education Participation and Partnerships Program: seven years on
Lee, C.B, & Hanham, J. (2017, June). Evaluating the impact of online tutoring (YourTutor).
Lynch, A. (2017, April) The JCU Learning Centre approach to enhancing student success and the role of the YourTutor service. Presentation at the Universities UK Conference for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, London.
The Australian Library Journal. (June, 2015). Library, community campus, learning hub: the community educational development challenge. Jack Goodman.
Interview with Jack Goodman, CEO and Founder YourTutor,
University of Sydney, Higher Education Participation and Partnerships Program, Compass. Boosting the University's outreach and engagement program for senior students within 30 select schools, and targeting indigenous students to provide one-to-one, anonymous expert help with homework and studies, online.
Southern Cross University, Higher Education Participation and Partnerships Program, Stellar. Providing YourTutor to students in years 9-12 at participating schools for free improves the engagement and aspiration of students, increasing the participation rates of students from communities that are under-represented in higher education.
University of Western Sydney, Higher Education Participation and Partnerships Program, FastForward. Aiming to increase students at Greater Western Sydney schools' awareness of pathways to higher education, and completion of Year 12, FastForward holds events throughout the
Curtin University's Addressing Higher Educational Access Disadvantage (AHEAD) Program uses YourTutor to actively provide access to better educational resources for its students - regardless of their geographic or socio-economic background. Its focus is on building skills, confidence and career aspirations through providing resources such as
YourTutor Online Homework Help Service: Evaluation for the State Library of Queensland, Market Research Report, 20 May 2009. Prepared by Footprints Market Research.