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«The European Higher Education Area»

Developing New Strategies to Facilitate Improved Student Progression Through Liminal SpacesResearch Activity Between Duty and VocationBalance with Non-EHEA CountriesThe FutureImpact on Institutional Profiling and RestructuringLooking at the Way Learning Opportunities Are Allocated Within an Education SystemCritical Re-evaluation and Policy LearningClearing Barriers to ProgressInternationalisation as a Driver for EQAStudents' Role in the Studied German InstitutePerceptions of Key Actors Toward the Implementation of the Bologna ProcessStudent Engagement in Curricula Formation as PartnershipA Special and “Predictable” Period of Developments in European Higher Education Is Coming to an End?Data Collection Methods and InstrumentsUnderstanding Researcher DevelopmentInterdisciplinary Research TeamsDiscussionUnderstanding Quality of Learning in Digital Learning Environments: State of the Art and Research NeededRecommendations for National Policy-MakersThe OriginsMassificationDiscussionWhy Turn to a Cross-Border EQA?Dual AccountabilityTheoretical PerspectivesBottom-Up ApproachThe Bologna Process Goes East: From Policy Diffusion to Policy MutationConcluding RemarksAt Entry to Higher EducationHow Do We Know How Students Experience Higher Education? On the Use of Student SurveysFindingsSelection of a Suitable QAAStruggling with Social Polarization. Student Financial Support in Romania in the Framework of the Bologna ProcessBalance Within EHEAThe Impact of Exposure to Diversity in the International University Environment and the Development of Intercultural Competence in StudentsMulticulturalism and InternationalizationEngaging All StakeholdersTheoretical Framework: Students as Stakeholders in Internal Quality AssuranceThe New Public Funding MechanismPremises of Inclusive Access and Success of Roma People in the Romanian Higher EducationFirst Year EnrolmentRankingsStudent Engagement in the Formation of Understanding as PartnershipThe Role of the University LeadershipHigher Education Research not Visible in the Lingua Franca—The Case of GermanyThe Changing Policy Context and Demand for Data on StudentsConcluding RemarksA Merry-Go-Round of Evaluations Moving from Administrative Burden to Reflection on Education and Research in RomaniaEuropean Doctoral Programs in Light of EHEA and ERAStudent Engagement in the Formation of CurriculaStudent Engagement in Curricula Formation as LeadershipPromoting a Holistic Student ExperienceTuning Guide to Creating Degree Programme Profiles (CoRe2)Opening Up and Jumping Off a CliffConcluding RemarksInternationalization and MobilityStudy FrameworkGovernance StructuresMethodologyCapacity Building and Professional DevelopmentDesign of the Study and Conceptual FrameworkGraduation and TransitionDiscussionWidening Participation Through Early Inclusion in Higher EducationMonitoring, Advising and Peer LearningStudent Engagement in the Formation of Understanding as LeadershipFormative Evaluations of the Social Dimension as Possible Way ForwardEmerging Challenges for External Quality AssuranceEndnoteMethodsReporting and Peer ReviewRecommendations for the FutureStudent Engagement in the Formation of Understanding as ConsultationPolicy DiffusionCurrent and Future Prospects for the Bologna Process in the Turkish Higher Education SystemCampus InternationalizationThe Policy ProblemInternationalizationEquity and the Social Dimension: An Overview [Overview Paper]Tuning Tools for the Third CycleStudent Engagement in the Formation of Communities as ConsultationFundingResults and DiscussionChallengesTeaching and Learning: A Journey from the Margins to the Core in European Higher Education PolicyHigher Education Research in EuropeResearch Productivity and Its ImpactEvaluating Learning OutcomesIncreased Diversity Versus HarmonizationStudent Mobility in EuropeRegional Integration and the Efforts on Higher Education HarmonizationInstitutional Approach and Contextualization: Previous Research FindingsThe Need to Increase IO Capacity for Bologna Process in Times of Institutional ChangeServing National Priorities Versus Operating in an International SettingEffects of Performance-Based Funding on Higher Education SystemsPersonal Research ContributionsInternationalization Strategies and Policies in Second-Tier Higher Education InstitutionsStudent Engagement in Curricula Formation as ConsultationAnticipation Effects in Enrolment DecisionsBetween Wrapping Up and Launching New Policies: Bologna and the Rest of the WorldBecoming Bologna Capable: Strategic Cooperation and Capacity Building in International Offices in Kazakhstani HEIsU21 Ranking of National Higher Education SystemsChanges and Challenges for the European Higher Education Landscape Have Implications for Quality AssuranceASEAN Regional Harmonisation of Higher EducationFinancial SupportQuality in Doctoral TrainingSocial Dimension—Unique CharacterThe Academic CareerData Analysis and ResultsMethodological Limitations of Student Engagement and Experience SurveysThe Third Cycle of Tertiary EducationSources of Funding InternationalisationNational ContextObjective 1: Simplify the proceduresDo Student Support Systems (E.G. Student Scholarships) Increase the Level of Equity in Higher Education?ESG as a Proxy for Trust Within EHEADescribing and Understanding the Role of Student CharacteristicsASEAN Regional Higher EducationUnfinished BusinessDo International Offices Have the Capacity to Engage Effectively in Strategic Cooperation for Bologna Process Goals?The OECD Definition of an Internationalized CurriculumThe Efficiency of Reserved Places for Roma People in Six Romanian UniversitiesThe EHEA at the Cross-Roads. The Bologna Process and the Future of Higher Education [Overview Paper]Teaching and Learning as a Policy IssueChallenges of a Cross-Border EQAMinimum Living Costs for StudentsA Detailed Insight into the Hungarian R&D Financing in Higher EducationTeaching and Learning as PedagogyChallenges for Policy and ImplementationThe Italian Way to Doctoral ProgramsIts DevelopmentExisting DefinitionResults and DiscussionThree Degrees of Student EngagementInternationalisation as a Lever for Change: The Case of ItalyPolicy Incentives and Research Productivity in the Romanian Higher Education. An Institutional ApproachInternationalization at HomeThe RO-CERN ProgrammeA Tentative Model for Intercultural Competence DevelopmentExcellence-Driven Policies and Initiatives in the Context of Bologna Process:The Bologna Process in Turkey: Implementation, Challenges and Lessons LearnedEvaluations Are Perceived as Too BureaucraticII Higher Education Financing and GovernanceNational Quality Assurance InfrastructureDefining Intercultural CompetenceCredits as a Planning Tool for the Third CyclePerception of the Own Level of Intercultural CompetenceAssessment Redesign—A Tactic for ReformA Growing Imperative for Transforming AssessmentResultsOverview of Performance Elements in Block Grant AllocationEuropean Communication and Cooperation Within Higher Education Research and with Higher Education Policy and PracticeDiscussionPolicy Mobility and MutationContinued Relevance of IaH as a ConceptThe Rationale Behind a Cross-Border EQAReframing National Higher Education Policy DebatesPre-treatment TrendsPromoting Recognition of a 'Better Way'Methodological ConsiderationsLiterature ReviewGerman Higher Education ReformsInstruments of FundingInternationalization of Higher Education—What Can Research Add to the Policy Debate? [Overview Paper]MethodologyGovernanceFuture Scenarios for the European Higher Education Area: Exploring the Possibilities of “Experimentalist Governance”Bridging Education, Research and Innovation: The Pivotal Role of Doctoral Training [Overview Paper]The Pessimists' View: Lower Enrolment and Higher InequalityDiversificationMethodsMeasuring the Development of Intercultural CompetenceInfluence Factors on the Participation of Roma People to EducationThird Mission Aspects in RankingsResults and DiscussionCompetition Versus CollaborationThematic Areas of Higher Education ResearchImpactPerformance-Based FundingInternationalizationMore Balanced Flows—What Would This Entail?The Optimists' View: Higher Enrolment and Lower InequalityAnalysis and ResultsInput from the PapersTypes of Internationalisation Activities Funded (Motivations)Academic MattersDevelopment of Intercultural Competence After Nine Months of StudyFine and Performing Arts DoctoratesEmployability of Doctoral GraduatesImpact Factors on European Student MobilityAcronyms and GlossaryNetherlandsComprehensive Evaluation Approaches— EUROSTUDENT and PL4SDThe European Area of Higher EducationConcluding Remarks and RecommendationsItalian Higher Education Response to the Bologna ProcessBrain Drain and Brain GainDelineating the Characteristics of Excellent European Researchers: 'Extended' and 'Restricted' ProfessionalityFinancing Research Universities in Post-communist EHEA CountriesThe Past: Historical Development of the Social DimensionData CollectionGiving Voice to Non-traditional Students “Walking” the Narative Mediation Path. An Interpretative Phenomenological AnalysisDiscrimination of Roma People in Society and the Educational EnvironmentLessons for the EHEAIntegration of Local ContextsIV Teaching, Learning and Student EngagementThe BFUG Ad Hoc WG on the III CycleStudent Engagement as the Formation of UnderstandingMethod and InstrumentCharacteristics of Excellence Schemes in Higher EducationEnhancing the Quality of Research in Europe: Theoretical Perspectives on and Guiding Principles for Researcher DevelopmentWhy “Balanced Mobility” in 2007?The Student, 'Threshold Concepts' and LiminalityPedagogic Competence and the Professionalisation of TeachingVI Education, Research and InnovationTeaching and Learning: An Overview of the Thematic Section [Overview Paper]The General Characteristics and Strengths of U-MultirankContested DefinitionsIII Excellence and Diversification of Higher Education Institutions' MissionsStrategies for Efficient Funding of Universities in EuropeResultsResearch Design and MethodologyDiscussionCase Studies: Israel, the Netherlands and CanadaDescribing and Understanding the Role of the Teaching and Learning EnvironmentThe Focus of Student EngagementPrime NetworkDiversificationUni Potsdam's Implementation of BolognaPatterns of Funding Internationalisation of Higher Education. A Conceptual Framework for the Stud of InternationalisationHow Many Students Are Supported by the Scholarship System?Does Research Influence Educational Policy? The Perspective of Researchers and Policy-Makers in RomaniaEnrolment for Different Social ClassesEfficiency MeasuresRestructuring Higher Education and the New Modes of Governance and FinanceInternationalization at Home: The Emergence of the ConceptI Internationalization of Higher EducationDiscontinuity Countries with Big Shifts in Fee PolicyVII Quality AssuranceHow Did the Latest Increase in Fees in England Affect Student Enrolment and Inequality?Theory and ConceptsConstitutive LocalizationInternationalization in Second Tier InstitutionsTargets for Data CollectionBalance Between Total Inflows and Outflows per CountryWho Are the Students Receiving Need Based Aid?Comprehensive InternationalizationThe Research in Higher Education in RomaniaResearch Design and MethodologyFunding FormulaeComparative Study of Some HEIs from Different CountriesIX Evidence-Based Policies in Higher Education: Data Analytics, Impact Assessment and ReportingSocial Disparities Among StudentsRecommendations for the UniversitiesChanged Academic Relationship Between Professors and Students at Uni Potsdam: Impact of Bologna 2011–2012Re-imagining the Future of Higher Education in Europe. What Can Research (and Researchers) Contribute?Developing Approaches to Hearing the Student VoiceSampling Countries and Higher Education InstitutionsEuropean Quality Assurance—A European Higher Education Area Success Story [Overview Paper]DiscussionCurricular ReviewFinance and BudgetReform the Working Group on Social Dimension (and Lifelong Learning)Implementation and Outcomes of Excellence-Driven Policies and InitiativesThe University Classification ExerciseEvaluation of U21Patterns of Convergence and DivergenceThe Contact Hypothesis for Intergroup Contact as a Theoretical FrameworkStability in CompositionStudent Engagement in the Formation of Communities as PartnershipFunding for ExcellenceDiscussionGovernment Steering Versus Institutional AutonomyResultsInstitutional ChangeRecommendationsMethodThe Meanings of Student Engagement: Implications for Policies and PracticesProfessional and Industrial DoctoratesNo Future for the Social Dimension?V Social Dimension and Equity of Higher EducationEvaluations Are Perceived to Be Based on Inconsistent CriteriaObjective 3: Apply a more consistent and open concept of 'quality'VIII The Impacts of the Bologna Process on the EHEA and BeyondRedefining Internationalization at HomeEuropean Universities Consider Quality Assurance an Important Strategic ReformSampling and ProceduresStudents' Role in the Studied Dutch FacultyAcademics and Students Do Not Feel Ownership Over Evaluations“Balanced Mobility” in the Bologna Process Context—Some Critical ReflectionsEvidence-Based Policies in Higher Education: Data Analytics, Impact Assessment and Reporting [Overview Paper]Internationalization of the CurriculumThe CoSMiCE ProjectIsomorphic TendenciesIncome StructuresOverview of Case-StudiesDoes the Needs-Based Aid Fulfil the Equity Aim?Objective 2: Allow professors and students to influence the standards for evaluationThe Quality of Doctoral Training and Employability of Doctorate Holders: The Views of Doctoral Candidates and Junior ResearchersWithout Further Harmonization, Confusion Will EnsueUnderstanding Interactions Between Students and Their EnvironmentRationale of Excellence-Driven Policies and InitiativesCase Studies and Comparative AnalysisFunding of Higher Education InstitutionsNew Definition of Internationalization at HomeE3MThe Present: How Is the Social Dimension Being Implemented?Bologna Process and Social DimensionCompeting Expectations About the Effects of the ReformsChange in the Formality of Student-Professor RelationshipEURODOC Survey I: BackgroundThe Potential for IO Leadership for Comprehensive InternationalizationMaking Professional Development for International Office Staff a PriorityFindings from the Evaluative Study of the NMP TrainingMethodSuggestions from RIO+20Accepted DefinitionsMethodologyStudents as Stakeholders in the Policy Context of the European Standards and Guidelines for Quality Assurance in Higher Education InstitutionsTraining the “New Academic Generation”: Implications of Understanding Researcher Development and How It OccursDevelopment of Transparency ToolsThe Bologna Process Goes East?from “Third Countries” to Prioritizing Inter-regional Cooperation B etween the ASEAN and EUSocial InfrastructureBefore Entry to Higher EducationHypothesesA Comparative Study on Cost-Sharing in Higher Education—Using the Case Study Approach to Contribute to Evidence-Based PolicySeeking Excellence, Practicing Rankings, and Aiming at Diversification of Higher Education Institutions' Mission in the European Higher Education Area [Overview Paper]Intellectual Property Versus Intellectual PhilanthropyRevisiting the Role of European-Level StakeholdersWhat Forms of Strategic Cooperation Are Considered Necessary for Effective Engagement in Achieving Bologna Process Goals?The Evolving Landscape of South-East Asian Higher Education and the Challenges of GovernanceTypes of Internationalisation Activities Funded (Geographic Scope)Setting Goals and Delegating ResponsibilitiesObjective 2: Allow professors and students to influence the standardsU-MultirankPerformance ContractsAssessment of Learning OutcomesConcluding ObservationsWhat Do International Office Staff Perceive as Necessary to Develop Their Professional Capacity to Achieve These Goals?Bologna Shifts Humboldtian IdealInstitutional ResponsesEquity in the Romanian Higher Education SystemRecognitionObjective 3: Apply a more consistent and open concept of 'quality'Objective 1: Simplify the proceduresLimitations of ResearchResearch ProductionStages of Development of Higher Education ResearchInstitutional Arrangements Within Romanian Higher EducationA “Better Way” for the European Researcher:Recasting the Higher Education Discourse of the European CommissionInternationalization as an Institutional Strategy for Intercultural Competence DevelopmentThe Tuning ProcessThe Bologna ProcessEnabling FrameworksDiscussionThe University CaseMethodologyImplications for Policy MakersPublic Funding ModalitiesBenefits of a Cross Border EQAThe General Characteristics of RankingsModern Third Cycle Studies and TuningHow Balanced Are EHEA Mobility Flows?More Demands on TimeContextChallenges of Student Mobility in a Cosmopolitan EuropeMedia PerceptionSocial SupportReform, Regionalization, and the Challenges for Future DevelopmentTensions in the Scholarship on Teaching and Learning and Emerging Research Agendas“New” Rankings on the Scene: The U21 Ranking of National Higher Education Systems and U-MultirankInternationalisation as a Lever for ChangeKazakhstan ContextExit Strategies for Institutions and SystemsNational and International Policies for Access to Education of Roma PeopleThe Wider Policy Space and the Propagation of Policy IssuesMapping the Governance of the Bologna ProcessFunding StrategiesInternationalization of Higher EducationThe CaveatsOverview of the Most Influential Student Experience and Engagement SurveysThe German ContextGreater Pressure for AllEnrolment for Different Ethnic GroupsInternationalization at Home and AbroadNegotiating Liminality in Higher Education: Formal and Informal Dimensions of the Student Experience as Facilitators of QualityThe Romanian PhD Students at CERN: The Bologna Process and BeyondA Conceptual Framework for the Study of Patterns of Funding of InternationalisationWhat Internationalization at Home MeansHigher Education Research in Europe and Its Visibility in the English LanguageParticipantsSecond-Tier Higher Education InstitutionsNational Actions Plans for Access and Widening ParticipationData AnalysisImpact of the Social EnvironmentPolarizationA Comprehensive Approach to Investigating the Social Dimension in European Higher Education Systems—EUROSTUDENTand the PL4SD Country ReviewsTaking Stock of Existing Change InitiativesThe Future: How Might the Social Dimension Be Developed?Internationalization in Higher EducationTypes of Efficiency MeasuresSystemic Tradition of Central Planning and UniformityConceptual FrameworkThe Role of the Bologna Process, Equity and Student Support Schemes in Reducing Social PolarizationType of Supervision and Training Opportunities: The Perceptions of Doctoral Candidates and Junior ResearchersThe Russell GroupThe Quality Assurance ProcessExcellence and Diversification of Higher Education Institutions' MissionsTuning Sectoral Qualifications FrameworksExcellenceConcluding RemarksInternational Quality Reviews with an EQAR-Registered AgencyCost-Sharing as Policy IssueInternationalization of Higher Education: Navigating Between Contrasting TrendsCase-Study Research QuestionsUniversity of PotsdamStudent Engagement in the Formation of Communities as LeadershipIntroducing the ChaptersTypes of Institutional Bases and AnalystsEvaluation in Romanian UniversitiesEURODOC Survey I: FindingsCase Study MethodologyRestrictions and FeesTeaching and Learning Elements as Structural DescriptorsThe Changing Landscape of Higher Education in South-East AsiaConnecting the Social DimensionMaking Progress that CountsThe Criticism of RankingsThe Problem of Increasing Research ProductivityRecommendations to the Policy MakersCase-Study AnalysisAvoiding Ongoing Risks to StudentsMarketizationUnpacking the New Modes of GovernanceThe Taxonomy of the Third MissionThe Potential of RankingsResearch DesignFuture PrioritiesBalanced Mobility Across the Board— A Sensible Objective?Regionalism and Higher Education in ASEANMethodologyDesign of Excellence-Driven Policies and InitiativesOverview of the Contribution of the Papers to the ThemeAn Alternative Regional Model and Inspiration for EU-ASEAN Inter-regional CooperationContinuity with Some Shifts in Fee PolicyGeneral CharacteristicsBackground Note for the Section on Financing and Governance [Overview Paper]The Romanian Student Support System: The Case of Student ScholarshipsRoma People in StatisticsTuning Tools and Insights for Modern Competence-Based Third-Cycle ProgramsDiscussion on FindingsProfessors Are Adaptable CreaturesRecommendations to Policy MakersStudent Surveys as Part of the Development of Student Data Analytics in Institutional ResearchRegionalism in ASEANThe Bologna Goes EastMethodsData AnalysisThe 2012 ReformsEnhancing the Quality of Doctoral MobilityCritiques and AppreciationStudent Experience and the European Context—A Literature ReviewIsraelResisting an “Epistemic Temptation”The Knowledge Society and Diversification of Higher Education: From the Social Contract to the Mission of UniversitiesStudent Engagement in the Formation of CommunitiesDifferences and Similarities: The Third Mission as a TaskTuning MethodologyHistorical OverviewDoctoral Programs: What for?Method of the StudyCurrent Research Framework and Future Career Paths: Assessments Made by Doctoral Candidates and Junior ResearchersContext and StructureData and ResultsEuropean Quality Assurance “Work in Progress”—The Revised European Standards and GuidelinesWhat Has Been Achieved? What Are the Challenges Ahead?The National Context for the Selected Case StudiesLearning and TeachingCreating a Student Experience OfficeQuality AssuranceCanadaHuman Resource ManagementThe Problems of Defining Student EngagementEnrolment for Different Age Groups
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