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Assuring university learning quality

Assuring university learning quality

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Published by Tapir Academic Press in Trondheim .
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StatementYihong Fan ... [et al.] (eds.).
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LC ClassificationsLA
The Physical Object
Pagination310 p. :
Number of Pages310
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21206343M
ISBN 108251921538
OCLC/WorldCa234094145

Notable quality scholars xxi Glossary xxv 1. Introduction to quality 1 Christian N. Madu 2. Comparing Deming's and Juran's philosophies to the formation of total quality leaders' world views 21 Chu-Hua Kuei 3. Strategic quality planning 41 Bin Srinidhi 4. Quality improvement through learning curve analysis 87 Adedeji B. Badiru 5. Moved Permanently. The document has moved here.

But such measures are a backwards approach to assessing the quality of learning at a college: Colleges are ranked higher insofar as they start with students who have already learned more. Outcomes. The USNWR annual rankings do make use of one kind of outcome measure: graduation and graduation rates. This book, written from a British perspective, presents 17 papers on quality assurance in teaching at the university level. The first eight papers address issues of assuring quality and include: (1) "Quality Assurance for University Teaching; Issues and Approaches" (Roger Ellis); (2) "A British Standard for University Teaching?" (Roger Ellis); (3) "Total Quality .

multidimensionality and multiple perspectives of DE/e-Learning quality assurance, and (3) promoting the development of DE/eL-earning quality assurance capabilities of each agency. It is important to note that this project was implemented from the standpoint of quality assurance agencies and other related organizations in higher education. It is. Work-Integrated Learning Quality Framework 1 Work-Integrated Learning Quality Framework, AAA★ by Norah McRae, T. Judene Pretti and Dana Church Abstract In many parts of the world, including Canada, there are calls for an increase in the number of work-integrated learning opportunities for post-secondary students.


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