Hochschulen neu definieren

Selected for the Global Economic Symposium 2012

“Two mega-trends can be described in Higher Education: individualization and massification. Yet, a distinction between the higher education systems of developed countries and of developing countries cannot be drawn clearly: On the one hand, outstanding students from developing countries want individual education and on the other hand social climbers from developed countries want good value for money.

Three essential factors (at the same time stimuli and responses) react to the mega-trends mentioned above and intensify them:

  • Changing technology.
  • Changed needs of society as well as altered demands of our economies and labor markets influence the realm of higher education.
  • Individualization and widening participation are not only changing the profiles and organizational structures of universities but also the whole idea of higher education: It is time to redefine university.”

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Wesentliches Schlagwort: Hochschule

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Literaturliste

Knowledge management and the mega-university : engagement of the adult learner in the post-Gutenberg academy / Theodore E. Stone.

  • Knowledge management and the mega-university : engagement of the adult learner in the post-Gutenberg academy / Theodore E. Stone.
    (2011) In: Knowledge management and e-learning. – Boca Raton, Fla. [u.a.]. – 2011, S. 11-24.

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Universities in Transition : The Changing Role and Challenges for Academic Institutions / edited by Bo Göransson, Claes Brundenius.

  • Universities in Transition : The Changing Role and Challenges for Academic Institutions / edited by Bo Göransson, Claes Brundenius.
    (2011) Insight and Innovation in International Development; Online-Ressource.

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  • Universities in transition : the changing role and challenges for academic institutions / Bo Göransson; Claes Brundenius, eds..
    (c 2011) Insight and innovation in international development; XIII, 366 S.

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  • Universities in transition : the changing role and challenges for academic institutions / Bo Göransson, Claes Brundenius, editors.
    (2010) Insight and innovation in international development; Online-Ressource (xiii, 366 p).

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The applicability of quality management systems and models to higher education : a new perspective / Yadollah Mehralizadeh and Massoud Safaeemoghaddam.

  • The applicability of quality management systems and models to higher education : a new perspective / Yadollah Mehralizadeh and Massoud Safaeemoghaddam.
    (2010) In: The TQM journal. – Bradford. – Bd. 22.2010, 2, S. 175-187.

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Widening participation in higher education : analysis using linked administrative data / Haroon Chowdry; Claire Crawford; Lorraine Dearden; Alissa Goodman; Anna Vignoles.
This paper makes use of newly linked administrative data to better understand the determinants of higher education participation amongst individuals from socio-economically disadvantaged backgrounds. It is unique in being able to follow two cohorts of students in England – those who took GCSEs in 2001-02 and 2002-03 – from age 11 to age 20. The findings suggest that while there remain large raw gaps in HE participation (and participation at high-status universities) by socio-economic status, these differences are substantially reduced once controls for prior attainment are included. Moreover, these findings hold for both state and private school students. This suggests that poor attainment in secondary schools is more important in explaining lower HE participation rates amongst students from disadvantaged backgrounds than barriers arising at the point of entry into HE. These findings highlight the need for earlier policy intervention to raise HE participation rates amongst disadvantaged youth. — Widening participation ; socio-economic gap ; higher education

  • Widening participation in higher education : analysis using linked administrative data / Haroon Chowdry; Claire Crawford; Lorraine Dearden; Alissa Goodman; Anna Vignoles.
    (2010) Discussion paper series / Forschungsinstitut zur Zukunft der Arbeit ; 4991; Online-Ressource (30 S.).

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  • Widening participation in higher education : analysis using linked administrative data / Haroon Chowdry ; Claire Crawford ; Lorraine Dearden ; Alissa Goodman ; Anna Vignoles.
    (2010) IFS working papers ; 10,04; Online-Ressource (PDF-Datei: 25 S., 364 KB).

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Higher education and society / Michael Daxner.
All over the world, universities and higher education face criticism, and a strong claim for accountability. There are no easy solutions for the problems of higher education. The university should get back its role as an agency for intellectual development and scholarly performance. However, without an opening towards the needs of society these goals will not become accomplished. The Oldenburg Conference of 1990 provided some insights into a small sector of the field. It was rather early in a debate that has become more virulent since then.

Higher education, policy, and the global competition phenomenon / edited by Laura M. Portnoi, Val D. Rust, and Sylvia S. Bagley.

  • Higher education, policy, and the global competition phenomenon / edited by Laura M. Portnoi, Val D. Rust, and Sylvia S. Bagley.
    (2010) 1st ed. – International and development education. – New York; Online-Ressource (xviii, 266 p).

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  • Higher education, policy, and the global competition phenomenon / ed. by Val D. Rust, Laura Portnoi, and Sylvia S. Bagley.
    (2010) 1. ed. – International and development education. – New York, NY [u.a.]; XVIII, 266 S.

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Mass tertiary education, higher education standard and university reform : a theoretical analysis / Massimiliano Bratti, Chiara Broccolini and Stefano Staffolani.

  • Mass tertiary education, higher education standard and university reform : a theoretical analysis / Massimiliano Bratti, Chiara Broccolini and Stefano Staffolani.
    (2007) Quaderni di ricerca / Università degli Studi di Ancona, Dipartimento di Economia ; 277; Online-Ressource, 17 S., Text.

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