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Formed 1979 by the merger of Adelaide College of Advanced Education and Torrens College of Advanced Education. Its academic programs are conducted on the City Campus and Underdale Campus respectively. On Jan. 1, 1982 Adelaide College of the Arts and Education, Hartley College of Advanced Education, Salisbury College of Advanced Education and Sturt College of Advanced Education were amalgamated to form South Australian College of Advanced Education. Its academic programs are conducted on the following metropolitan campuses: City; Underdale; Magill; Salisbury and Sturt. Works by these bodies are found under the name used at the time of publication

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by Adelaide College of the Arts and Education
[Underdale, S. Aust.] : Adelaide College of the Arts and Education, 1979
 
 
[Adelaide] : Student Union, A.C.A.E
 
 
Underdale, S. Aust. : Adelaide College of the Arts and Education, 1979-1981
 
 
Uniform title: Interim newsletter (Adelaide College of the Arts and Education)
Adelaide : The College, 1978-1978
 
 
Uniform title: Newsletter (Adelaide College of the Arts and Education)
Underdale, S. Aust. : Adelaide College of the Arts and Education, 1979
 
 
by Candy, P. C. (Philip C.)
Underdale, S.A. : Adelaide College of the Arts and Education, 1980
 
 
by Menary, Bill
Adelaide : English Dept., Adelaide College of the Arts and Education, 1979
 
 
by George, Bruce R
Adelaide : Centre for Studies in Adult and Further Education, Adelaide College of Arts and Education, 1983
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