Browsing Centre for Excellence in Learning & Teaching (CELT) by Subject "Higher education"
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An ethical commitment: responsibility, cosmopolitanism and care in the internationalised university (Routledge, 2013-10)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 ...
(Sage, 2010)This introduction is for a special forum with contributions from the Galway Symposium on Critical Thinking: the Future of Universities.
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 ...