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Theorizing Progress: Women in Science, Engineering, and Technology in Higher Education
A conceptual framework of positions on women in Science, Engineering and Technology (SET) was developed, showing a chronological progression of the main approaches to women's underrepresentation in SET during the past 20 ...
Struggling for visibility in higher education: caught between neoliberalism 'out there' and 'in here' - an autoethnographic account
(Taylor & Francis, 2016-11-01)
What happens when neoliberalism as a structural and structuring force is taken up within institutions of higher education, and works upon academics in higher education individually? Employing a critical authoethnograph ...
Openness and praxis: exploring the use of open educational practices in higher education
(Athabasca University Press, 2017-08)
Open educational practices (OEP) is a broad descriptor of practices that include the creation, use and reuse of open educational resources (OER) as well as open pedagogies and open sharing of teaching practices. As compared ...
Forum Critical Thinking: Symposium on the Future of Universities: Introduction
This introduction is for a special forum with contributions from the Galway Symposium on Critical Thinking: the Future of Universities.
Irish Higher Education and the Knowledge Economy
The Galway Symposium on Design for Learning: curriculum and assessment in higher education (Review Essay)
(Taylor & Francis, 2010-06-14)
The higher education (HE) system in Ireland, in common with many systems around the world, is facing a period of uncertainty. In the current economic climate, the seven universities in Ireland - plus the approximately 20 ...
An ethical commitment: responsibility, cosmopolitanism and care in the internationalised university
The internationalization of higher education has decisively moved from being a scholarly tradition of mobility across borders to an almost purely economic concern. This is a trend that is most pronounced in countries such ...